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• March 7: A Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to Kohl’s department store in Farragut in response to a shoplifting call. The suspect, a Forest Heights Circle man, was stopped outside the store by Kohl’s loss prevention staff. The suspect was issued a misdemeanor citation and advised not to come back on Kohl’s property or he would be arrested for criminal trespass.

• March 7: KCSO issued a misdemeanor citation to a J.S. Davis Lane woman who allegedly left Kohl’s department store without paying for merchandise in her possession. The suspect also was advised not to come back on Kohl’s property or she would be arrested for criminal trespass.

• March 8: KCSO officers were dispatched to Kroger Marketplace off Brooklawn Street in response to an armed robbery at the Kroger Pharmacy. See story in this issue.

• March 9: KCSO deputies arrested a Buttermilk Road woman in the pharmacy drive-through lane at the Walgreens at 10701 Kingston Pike for allegedly trying to have a forged prescription filled. The witness told police the suspect called in a forged prescription for Lortab. The witness advised officers the suspect was sitting in a blue truck in the drive through behind the business. When officers questioned the suspect, she stated she was waiting on a prescription for Diflucan. The suspect also allegedly admitted to calling in a prescription for hydrocodone using the name of a Parkside Drive physician. The suspect was Mirandized and taken into custody.


• March 10: KCSO was advised by a representative of Dixie Lee Liquors that a suspect had entered the store and left with a bottle of Captain Morgan liquor without paying for it. The suspect left in a silver Mitsubishi. License plate information was turned over to police.

 

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