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• Aug. 17: A Blair Loop Road man and woman were arrested by Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputies after Kohl’s department store staff witnessed the man attempt to take a pair of jeans and the woman two wallets and other clothing without making any attempt to pay for them. The pair were cited and escorted off the property.

• Aug. 17: A North Williamsburg Drive woman reported to police that a laptop computer belonging to Oak Ridge National Laboratory and a GPS device were taken from her vehicle while parked at the residence. There were no signs of forced entry. The complainant could not remember locking the vehicle.

• Aug. 16: A Pony Express Drive resident reported to police a camera was taken from his unlocked vehicle, which was parked in the driveway. A neighbor reported seeing a white male in a neighbor’s yard earlier.


• Aug. 16: Police were advised by a Sanderling Lane resident that unknown suspects entered his vehicle and stole about $900 of property from his vehicle while it was parked in the Mercy West hospital parking lot. The victim was called by an unknown woman who told the victim she had found paperwork belonging to the victim in the Turkey Creek Wal-Mart parking lot.

• Aug. 15: A complainant advised police someone has been doing doughnuts in the parking lot, painting graffiti on the buildings and damaging landscape in Farragut Pointe. The complainant stated he has called police for property watches. However, the vandalism persists. The complainant stated there has been about $5,000 in damages.

• Aug. 14: A West Kingsgate Drive resident reported to police that a laptop computer belonging to Siemens Energy was missing. The complainant told police he is unsure where the computer was taken from but believes it was stolen.

• Aug. 14: Officers were dispatched to the EconoLodge off Campbell Lakes Drive after a Swan Road resident who was staying at the hotel advised his laptop computer was stolen. The complainant stated a woman approached him in the pool area of the hotel and asked for a ride to Lovell Road. The victim took the woman to his room where she made several phone calls from the victim’s cell phone. When the woman was unable to secure a ride, she was asked to leave the room. The victim stated he believed the woman to be a prostitute and feared for his safety. The victim said he left his room after the woman had departed and went to a friend’s room. The woman, however, went to the front desk and told the clerk her boyfriend had locked her out of their room and she needed a key to get back in. The clerk obliged her and furnished her with a key to the victim’s room. About a half hour later, the woman came back to the front desk asking the clerk for a ride. The clerk did not give her a ride. Meanwhile, the victim returned to his room and discovered his property missing. He then went to the front desk to report the theft and was informed the hotel had given the woman a key to his room.

• Aug. 13: Police were advised by a Destiny Ridge Way woman that an unknown suspect had attempted to gain entry to her house while she was away by prying open a back door. Entry was not made. Pry marks were visible on the door.

• Aug. 13: A Sonja Drive woman reported to police a bicycle belonging to her granddaughter was taken from her back yard.

• Aug. 13: A Pony Express Drive woman reported to police someone had stopped their vehicle, gotten out and broke her mailbox during the night.

• Aug. 12: Police were advised by an Amber Dawn Lane resident that construction material at a Cotton Blossom Lane building site were removed from within the structure and set on fire in the front yard.

• Aug. 12: A Prince George Parrish Drive resident reported to police a utility knife and cash had been stolen from his vehicle while it was parked in the residence’s driveway.

• Aug. 11: Police were advised a bicycle belonging to a patron was taken from a bike rack located outside Marshalls department store in Turkey Creek. The complainant stated his daughter had ridden the bicycle to the store to shop and parked it out front in the bike rack.

• Aug. 11: A Sweetgum Drive resident told police someone had stolen his weedeater from within his garage while he was out of town. The complainant stated he had left the garage door partially open for his pets.

• Aug. 11: Police were advised by a Spring Branch Lane resident that the house and three vehicles had been egged during the night.

 

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