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• Oct. 2: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was notified by a St. Andrews Drive resident of the loss of a red trailer from the property. Complainant stated the suspect has done some work for him in the past and had previously borrowed the trailer and had problems getting it back. Complainant added the trailer had a load of marble on it and a lock, which the suspect cut off. Value of the loss is estimated at about $1,700.

• Oct. 2: Police were advised by a Butternut Circle resident of a vehicle burglary. Complainant stated an unknown person broke out the driver-side window and stole a bag full of school supplies. Loss is about $1,000.

• Sept. 30: A Woodland Trace Drive resident reported to police an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and took an Apple laptop computer and other items. There was no forced entry into the vehicle. Loss is estimated to be about $2,000.

• Sept. 30: A Somersworth Drive resident reported to police the unauthorized use of his credit card. Complainant stated the credit card is still in his possession.


• Sept. 30: Police were advised by a Rivendell Way resident an unknown suspect gained entry into her vehicle and took various items. Complainant advised the passenger-side window was broken out in order to gain entry. Loss was estimated to be about $850.

• Sept. 29: A worker at Petro fueling center off Watt Road reported to police an unknown suspect took his wallet from his toolbox. Complainant stated an unknown suspect was seen by a Petro employee walking around the store suspiciously.

• Sept. 29: Police were advised by a Sonja Drive resident an unknown suspect took a lawnmower from her yard. Complainant stated she was at work when the theft occurred. However, her neighbor saw a blue Ford pickup truck and the unknown suspect in the victim’s driveway.

• Sept. 29: A North Old Pioneer Trail Drive resident advised police the back window of his residence had been broken out by kids throwing rocks. Loss is about $500.

• Sept. 29: Police were advised by a worker at Kohl’s department store in Farragut two Cottage Creek Lane women were being detained for shoplifting in the store. The two women were confronted in the store parking lot after being observed placing store merchandise into their purses and leaving without paying for the items. The pair were arrested and cited for misdemeanor shoplifting.

• Sept. 29: A Concord Arms Way resident reported to police his car had been broken into during the night. Loss was estimated to be about $300.

• Sept. 27: Police responding to an alarm at Old Colony Parkway discovered a backdoor to the residence had been forced open. Upon arrival, the victim reported to police a large screen TV was missing. Value of the loss was about $1,100.

• Sept. 24: A Treyburn Drive woman reported to police about $20,000 in jewelry was missing from her dresser drawer. Complainant stated there was limited access to the house and she did not physically see anyone take the property.

• Sept. 22: Police were advised by a Woodcliff Drive woman an unknown suspect took the backflow valve from her irrigation system. Loss is estimated to be about $300.

 

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