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• Feb. 16: A Black Oak Drive resident reported to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at Rush Fitness Center at 10708 Kingston Pike. Missing was a purse, a pager issued by The University of Tennessee, credit cards and a South Carolina driver’s license.

• Feb. 16: An Everett Road resident reported to KCSO that his wood splitter was missing from his yard. The victim stated the tool was last seen about 10 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 15, and was discovered missing at about 9 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 16. The tool is valued at about $1,000.

• Feb. 15: A Kohl’s department store security officer advised KCSO that two suspects, one a Grant Farm Road resident and the other a Lake Circle resident, had been apprehended while trying to take merchandise without paying for it. The two were cited for misdemeanors.

• Feb. 14: KCSO was advised by a Kohl’s department store security officer that an individual had been detained for attempting to remove a pair of earrings valued at $120 from the store without paying for them. The suspect, a Trenton Street resident, was cited for a misdemeanor.


• Feb. 13: Police were dispatched to a Broadwood Drive residence following a burglary complaint. The victim advised KCSO that between 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 12, and 9:30 a.m., Feb. 13, an unknown suspect entered his garage and removed a set of golf clubs and other items. Total loss of missing items is estimated to be about $2,900.

 

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