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• April 10: A representative of Farragut Baseball, Inc. reported to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office its concession stands had been burglarized. Entry was gained by prying open the roll-up doors on the windows. Cash loss was $250. Total loss, including property damage, was $4250.

• April 9: A representative of Buffalo Wild Wings off Parkside Drive reported to police that a Sony Playstation had been stolen from the office by an employee. The complainant told police there was a video of the theft. The loss was valued at about $500.

• April 8: Police were advised by a representative of Westside Unitarian Universalist Church off Fretz Road that someone had stolen the church John Deere lawnmower valued at about $2,000.

• April 7: Police were advised by a Fort West Drive resident that three vehicles had been burglarized while parked at the residence.

• April 7: A Wagon Wheel Circle resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked in his attached garage. The complainant stated he shut the garage door Wednesday night and found it open Thursday morning.

• April 6: A Campfire Drive resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence.


• April 6: Police were advised by a Legacy Park Road woman that someone had broken out the front passenger-side window of her vehicle to gain entry and steal her purse while the vehicle was parked at McFee Park.

• April 6: A Mountain Breeze Lane man reported to police that someone had burglarized his vehicle while parked at the address. Missing was $200 in cash and the victim’s wallet and its contents.

• April 5: Two Bakertown Road women were held after Kohl’s loss prevention officers observed them attempting to shoplift. One suspect had a Violation of Parole warrant outstanding.

• April 3: A South Fox Den Drive resident reported to police that someone had entered the residence and stolen an eight-piece silver service set valued at about $5,000.

• April 1: A France Island Boulevard woman reported that a laptop computer was taken from her vehicle while parked at Luttrell’s Eyewear West in Farragut.

 

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