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• June 29: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to Farragut Primary School in response to burglary call. Upon arrival, officers determined the school was entered by breaking a window in the rear of the school at room No. 112. A ceiling-mounted active board projector was taken from the room. Value of the loss has yet to be determined.

• June 29: Police were dispatched to Sonic restaurant off Kingston Pike near Canton Hollow Road in response to a claim someone had attempted to pass a counterfeit bill. The complainant stated the suspect pulled up to the drive-thru window and attempted to pay for food he ordered with a counterfeit $100 bill. Complainant stated he asked the suspect if he knew the bill was counterfeit, to which the suspect replied, “No.” The complainant added the suspect told him his name and then sped off at a high rate of speed as Sonic staff recorded the vehicle license plate.

• June 27: A Barbee Lane resident reported to police that a Smith & Wesson 38-caliber handgun was taken from his vehicle while it was parked in the 11000 block of Parkside Drive. The vehicle containing the loaded handgun was left unlocked.


• June 27: A Pintail Road resident reported to police that equipment had been stolen from a Concord Road address. The complainant stated a hot-water pressure washer mounted to a twin-axle trailer was missing, valued at about $10,000.

• June 25: A worker at the EconoLodge off Campbell Lakes Drive reported to police a suspect had broken a fire extinguisher case and taken a fire extinguisher. The suspect was last seen leaving the parking lot in a small, red truck spraying the extinguisher. The license plate number of the truck was given to police. Loss was about $200.

• June 24: Police were dispatched to the Ingles grocery in Farragut in response to a report of a pedestrian being struck by an automobile. Upon arrival the investigating officer was told by the store manager and the store’s loss prevention manager the suspect was the same person who had been observed shoplifing in the store on several ocassions.

 

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