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police reports


• May 31: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was notified by a representative of Taco Bell in Farragut that an employee took $50 from the cash register and walked out of the business.

• May 30: A MacKenzie Drive resident reported to police that his vehicle tires were slashed while he was at The Rush at Kingston Pike and Canton Hollow Road.

• May 30: A Blakewood Drive resident reported to KCSO that a Smith & Wesson handgun and cash were taken from his employee locker at The Rush at Kingston Pike and Canton Hollow Road. The handgun was valued at about $600.


• May 29: An employee of TA Truck Stop reported to KCSO that a suspect was observed stuffing audio books down his shirt. When staff confronted the suspect, he fled from the store and left in a red Dodge pickup truck.

• May 27: KCSO was notified by an Ackley Circle resident that his iPod had been stolen from a Johnson’s Corner Road residence. The victim stated his iPod was in a docking unit at the residence during a graduation party. The victim added that he left the party and upon returning about an hour later discovered the iPod was missing.

 

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