News
Opinion
Sports
Business
Community
entertainment
Schools
News
Announcements
Classifieds
Place Ad
Advertising
Contact Us
Archives
Search

police reports


• Sept. 21: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was advised by a Brighton Circle resident of the theft of the irrigation system backflow off the property. Value of the loss is about $300.

• Sept. 20: Police were advised by the owner of Farragut Academy of Martial Arts of his payment of $200 on or about June 23 to a suspect to move the business’s sign from its location off Outlet Drive to its new location at 10951 Kingston Pike. The complainant advised the suspect told him he would remove the old signs on June 27 and have them put up at the new location within two weeks. The complainant stated the suspect never did any of the work. The complainant states the suspect will not take his calls.

• Sept. 19: A North Ridge Avenue resident reported to police his vehicle is missing. The complainant stated the vehicle broke down off I-40/75 near the truck scales. The complainant stated he left the 1994 Pontiac Sunbird and later returned to find it missing. After contacting authorities and towing companies in the area, all of which stated having no knowledge of impounding the vehicle, he notified police.


• Sept. 19: Police were advised by a Providence Glen Lane resident of the theft of his wallet from within his vehicle, which was parked at the residence. The vehicle was unlocked.

• Sept. 19: A Brixworth Drive resident reported to police the theft of his irrigation system backflow valve. Loss was estimated to be about $550.

• Sept. 18: A Pecan Wood Way resident reported to police the loss of money from his vehicle, which was parked at the residence. The complainant stated the suspect broke out the passenger-side window for entry into the vehicle.

• Sept. 17: Police were notified by a Willingham Drive resident that her backflow valve to her irrigation system had been stolen. Estimated loss is about $550.

• Sept. 16: Police were advised by a Shirecliffe Lane resident of the theft of his backflow valve from his irrigation system. Estimated loss is about $400.

• Sept. 16: A Concord Road woman reported to police that sometime between Aug. 24 and Sept. 9 person(s) unknown stole several pieces of jewelry valued at about $2,000. The victim advised the jewelry was hanging or lying on her dresser. The victim advised there were several movers and workers about the residence during the time period.

• Sept. 16: A Concord Woods Drive man called police to The Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike to report the loss of his wallet from within his vehicle while it was parked at a Ashford Drive residence. The complainant stated that about 5 a.m., he exited the Ashford Drive residence to find the suspect in the complainant’s vehicle. The suspect stated he was looking for cigarettes. The complainant noticed his wallet missing about 30 minutes after the suspect had departed. The complainant was advised on the procedure to take out a warrant.

• Sept. 16: A Bayshore Drive resident reported the theft of his backflow valve from his irrigation system. Estimated loss is about $500.

• Sept. 16: Police were advised by a Bayshore Drive resident of the theft of her backflow valve to her irrigation system during the night. Estimated loss is about $500.

• Sept. 13: Police were dispatched to Oskies Sports Bar off West End Avenue in response to an alarm. Upon arrival, KCSO observed the front door had been pried open. The owner of the restaurant immediately noted a touch screen trivia game was missing. The owner was to advise police with a complete list of missing property.

• Sept. 12: Police advised a North Williamsburg Drive woman of the recovery of her TVA work laptop computer, which was reported stolen from the woman’s personal vehicle to TVA police.

• Sept. 12: A Woodchase Drive man reported to police that someone had entered his vehicle and taken his garage door opener and then used it to open an attached garage in order to remove the victim’s property. Missing were several power tools and accessories valued at about $1,300.

• Sept. 9: Police were advised by a Rockwell Farms Road woman that she had been awakened by the sound of her vehicle alarm at or about 5:15 a.m. The victim stated she went outside to check on her vehicle and found the window had been broken out. Nothing was missing from the vehicle. Damage to the vehicle is estimated to be about $500.

• Sept. 8: A Chaho Road woman reported to police that her mail, including a new license plate for her vehicle, had been stolen from her mailbox. The victim stated the mailman verified leaving the license plate in her mailbox.

• Sept. 8: An Augusta National Way resident reported to police his 4-month-old bull terrier was stolen from his fenced backyard.

• Sept. 7: A Sonja Drive woman reported to police American Shingle and Siding, Inc. was contracted to repair her hail-damaged roof. The victim stated her insurance company had issued a check to cover the repair, which she signed over to the company. The company has since closed its Knoxville-area office without repairing her roof. She advised police the company also has closed its Atlanta, Ga., office. The loss is $1,794.49.





• Sept. 7: An East Heritage Drive man advised police that someone had burglarized his unlocked vehicle while it was parked in his driveway and took his handgun. Loss is estimated to be about $400.

• Sept. 6: A Rockwell Farms Lane resident reported to police an unknown suspect gained entry to his vehicle while it was parked unlocked in his driveway and took about $1,800 in personal property.

• Sept. 6: A worker at Elliots Boots in Farragut reported to police the theft of her Vera Bradley wallet from behind the business’s counter while she was at work.

• Sept. 6: A Camdenbridge Drive woman reported to police an unknown suspect gained entry into her vehicle by breaking out the passenger-side window and took a bag containing work-related items. Loss was estimated to be about $50.

• Sept. 6: A Buckley Road resident reported to police the theft of his underground sprinkler system during the night. Loss is estimated to be about $800.

• Sept. 6: Police were advised by a Buckley Road resident of the theft of his backflow valve attached to his irrigation system. The complainant stated he checked after his neighbor advised him to do so because his had been stolen during the night. The complainant discovered his valve also was missing along with the valves belonging to several of his neighbors.

• Sept. 6: A High Forest Road woman reported to police the driver-side rear glass window of his vehicle had been broken out. Damage is estimated to be about $500.

• Sept. 6: A worker at Farragut Pool and Spa off Kingston Pike reported to police an outdoor storage area had been burglarized. The complainant stated upon arriving at work he discovered the lock broken off the fence and about $5,000 in equipment missing.

• Sept. 5: A representative of Gander Mountain outdoor equipment store reported to police the theft of a pair of shoes valued at about $140.

• Sept. 5: Police were dispatched to a Pony Express Drive residence after the homeowner returned to the residence to find its front door kicked open and the garage door open. The homeowner stated he was gone from the residence about an hour around noon during which the burglary occurred. The victim stated upon first re-entering the residence after police had cleared the premises, he noticed a jewelry box was missing. A more detailed list would be provided to police later.

• Sept. 3: A worker at Walgreens pharmacy off Kingston Pike at Smith Road reported to police a possible armed man had entered the store at about 4:30 p.m. and handed the pharmacist a note demanding all the Adderall and Ritalin on hand. The pharmacist stated the suspect, who was described as a white male, about 6-feet tall, with brown hair, dressed in white shorts, orange baseball cap and a blue polo shirt, had a coat draped over his arm under which a firearm could have been concealed. The pharmacist gave the suspect four bottles of the drugs and the suspect exited out the front door.

• Sept. 3: Police were advised by a Charlottesville Boulevard woman of the theft of her Burberry wallet from her purse while she was shopping at the farmer’s market in the parking lot of Renaissance | Farragut. Loss is estimated to be about $600.

• Sept. 2: An East Ashton Court resident reported to police an unknown suspect burglarized his Honda Odyssey while it was parked in the driveway. Entry was gained by breaking out the rear window. Missing from the vehicle were several musical instruments valued at about $5,000.

• Sept. 1: A Hound Ears Point resident advised police she had contacted Bank of America fraud department after receiving telephone calls inquiring about a 2001 Ford F150 she was supposedly selling for $6,000. Later, after receiving her BOA statement, she saw a charge for Auto Trader.com and Cycle Trader.com. The complainant stated she contacted Cycle Trader.com and was advised management has the e-mail address and other information concerning the person who took out the ad.

• Sept 1: A Pony Express Drive resident reported to police someone had broken out the window of his vehicle and taken an iPod from within.

• Aug. 31: A self-employed resident of a Watauga Avenue address reported to police someone had reached through a partially open window on his vehicle and gained entry while it was parked at a job site off Lost Tree Lane. Missing from the vehicle was the complainant’s wallet containing cash, ID and several credit/debit cards.

• Aug. 31: Police were advised by a Midhurst Road resident, who is disabled, that a “friend” who would assist the victim with various daily tasks made unauthorized debit card withdrawals totaling $400 from the victim’s bank account. The victim stated he gave his debit card to the suspect to purchase groceries.

 

News | Opinion | Sports | Business | Community | Schools | Obituaries | Announcements
Classifieds | Place Ad | Advertising | Contact Us | Archives | Search

© 2004-2014 farragutpress