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• March 31: A representative of the Hickory Woods subdivision homeowners reported to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office that a light and bulb at the subdivision entrance had been broken. The complainant said another light had been pushed down in the ground but not broken. There are no suspects.

• March 30: A complainant representing Gander Mountain advised police that a Sig Sauer 9 mm handgun was missing from inventory. The complainant stated an inventory was taken in February and the handgun was included. Another inventory March 28 revealed the handgun missing. Police were advised that there was no record of the handgun having been sold, transferred to another store or out for repairs. The box for the handgun is still in the store. There are no suspects.

• March 29: Police were dispatched to the Walgreens at Smith Road and Kingston Pike in response to a forged prescription complaint. The complainant advised police of receiving the prescription over the telephone but it was not complete. The complainant stated she called the doctor’s office for verification and was told there was no patient matching the name on the prescription. When the suspect, a Nebel Street resident, arrived to pick up the prescription, she and the driver, a Snyder Road woman who worked at the doctor’s office, were taken into custody.


• March 28: An East Second Avenue teenager was issued a criminal trespass warning for all Kohl’s department stores within the continental United States after being stopped in the parking lot of the Farragut location with several unpaid items in her possession. The suspect was released into the custody of her mother who promised to accompany the arrestee when summoned to juvenile court.

• March 28: A Sugarwood subdivision resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence. The complainant stated change from the ashtray was missing and there were no visible signs of entry.

• March 28: A Butternut Circle resident advised police that a theft had occurred at his home. The victim told police he suspected his daughter and her boyfriend, who have been staying at the residence.

• March 28: A Cherokee Boulevard resident reported to police that his 2011 GMC Denali had been burglarized while parked at a Wyndham Hall Lane address. The victim stated he heard dogs barking at about 4 a.m. and discovered the break-in at about 6 a.m. Listed as missing from the vehicle was a Walther PP380 valued at $1,200, an Apple iPhone valued at $800 and a pair of Zuroski binoculars valued at $900.

• March 26: A representative of Dixie Lee Liquors advised police that four unknown suspects were involved in the theft of alcohol from the store. Police were advised the alcohol was put down one of the male suspect’s pants.

• March 26: A Country Hill Lane resident reported to police that around midnight someone removed her purse from her table at Wild Wing Café. The victim stated she discovered her purse in the trash of the women’s restroom. Missing was a camera, memory card and $230 in cash.

• March 27: A Woodland Trace Drive resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence.

• March 27: A Chapel Glen Lane resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence.

• March 27: An Autumn Glade Lane resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence.

• March 27: A Fretz Road resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence.

• March 27: A Chapel Glen Lane resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence.

• March 24: A Lanesborough Way resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence. Missing were a set of Taylor Made golf clubs valued at $1,000 and $2,000 in CDs.

 

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