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• June 10: A Sails Way resident reported to Knox County Sheriff’s Office someone had come into her garage and taken an English saddle. Entry was gained by crawling under the garage door, which was raised a few inches from the ground. The saddle was valued at about $1,800.

• June 8: A representative of Phillips and Jordan, Inc. reported to police someone had come onto a job site at Northshore Drive and I-140 and removed several batteries from machinery parked there. The batteries were valued at about $3,000.

• June 7: A North Watt Road resident reported to police that an unknown suspect took several items from his vehicle, which was parked at the residence. Entry was gained by pushing down the passenger-side window. Missing was a Dell laptop computer and other items valued at about $1,500.


• June 6: A Belle Grove Road resident reported to police that someone had attempted to gain entry into her home. The attempt was made by trying to take the back door off of the track. The door was damaged. However, entry was not gained. Damage was estimated to be about $200.

• June 6: An Abners Ridge Drive woman reported to police that an unknown suspect had taken a watch from her residence. The complainant stated there were several service workers in the residence at the time of the loss. The watch was valued at about $400.

• June 5: A Chaho Road woman reported the theft of her trailer from her yard. The trailer was valued at about $600.

• June 5: Police responded to an audible alarm emitting from Ted Russell Ford off Parkside Drive. Upon arrival, officers noted the rear door to a maintenance room was forced open. Keyholder reported that nothing appeared to be missing.

• June 5: Police responded to a North Williamsburg Drive address after a passerby reported a garage door open. Officers entered the residence, announced themselves and cleared the premises. Officers reported the homeowner was not present and found no signs of forced entry.

• June 3: A Chaho Road resident reported to police that an unknown suspect opened the door to his shed and removed several power yard tools valued at about $1,500.

• June 3: A Ridgeland Drive resident reported to police that someone had cut the latch to his display case, which was housed at a Campbell Station Road antique mall. Missing were several sterling silver items valued at about $700.

• June 3: An Evans Road woman was notified by Knoxville Police Department personnel that a necklace that went missing several months ago had surfaced at a pawn shop. The necklace was valued at about $200.

• June 2: Police were dispatched to Kohl’s department store in Farragut in response to a shoplifting call. Upon arrival, KCSO patrol found the suspect, a Parkway Drive woman, in the store’s loss prevention office. A witness for the store stated he observed the woman take and conceal three bracelets in her purse valued at about $68.

• June 2: A representative of Patterson Portable Toilets advised police that an unknown suspect had entered a Phillips and Jordan, Inc. worksite at Northshore Drive and I-140 and set fire to one of the portable toilets. Loss due to the fire was estimated to be about $450.

 

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