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• June 23: Knox County Sheriff’s Office is on the lookout for a white male driving a gray Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, who came into Ingles grocery store in Farragut and took a whole cart full of food without paying. The Ingles complainant stated the suspect has done this several times in the past month. The complainant added the suspect is on video and also provided police with the truck license tag number.

• June 22: A complainant at Sonic restaurant off Kingston Pike near Canton Hollow Road advised police of a woman who came up to the drive thru window complaining about the wait at about 3:30 a.m. and took an employee’s bank. The complainant stated each employee is given a bank, a “biker” style wallet with $40, to work out of during their shift. The complainant stated the suspect told the victim she used to work at the Sonic in Karns and was now a bartender at a nearby restaurant. The complainant added based on videotape when the victim stepped away from the window, the suspect grabbed the bank containing about $40. The bank was lying on a table near the window. Police were advised by the complainant the incident is on video and the supervisor from the Karns location was coming to see if the suspect could be identified.

• June 20: A Snappy Tomato Pizza delivery person advised police his delivery vehicle was stolen while he was making a delivery at Baymont Inn off Campbell Lakes Drive. The victim, a Swan Pond Road resident, stated he was at the address to deliver a pizza. He turned off the vehicle engine, tossed his keys onto the seat and took the pizza inside. Upon returning to the space where he had parked the vehicle, a 2000 Ford Focus, he discovered the vehicle was gone. Police were unable to verify the vehicle’s registration and advised the victim to provide proof of ownership before NCIC entry could be made.

• June 20: An Everett Road woman notified police her 1997 Ford F150 pickup truck had been borrowed and not returned. The complainant stated she let the suspect take her vehicle to the store. The suspect did not return the vehicle but called the next day to say she had driven the vehicle to Cartersville, Ga., and ran out of gas. The complainant stated the suspect said she was in need of gas money. Police advised the complainant she would have to file a warrant before an NCIC entry could be make.

• June 18: A KCSO officer was dispatched to Derby Run Drive and Kingston Pike in response to a hit and run with property damage call. The officer was advised by the KCSO dispatcher the anonymous caller described the suspect vehicle as a blue Ford Ranger, adding after hitting the pole, the suspect drove into the Derby Run apartment complex. Upon arrival, the investigating officer drove around the complex and discovered a vehicle fitting the description provided by the caller. The officer inspected the vehicle and made note the roof was damaged and fresh, broken glass was scattered on the roof. The front driver’s side tire also was flat. The officer made contact with the driver/arrestee who stated she realized she struck the pole, but did not think it was important to report the incident. As a result, the suspect was issued a citation for leaving the scene.


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