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• Oct. 26: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was advised by a representative of Cracker Barrel restaurant off North Campbell Station Road of the theft of $57 in food and drink. Complainant stated the same two couples have done this every week for the last month or so.

• Oct. 26: KCSO was notified by a Lonesome Pine Drive resident that his vehicle was burglarized while he was attending an event at Farragut High School. Complainant stated he parked in a shopping center parking lot across the street from the school because the school lot was full. The vehicle was unlocked. Missing were hand and power tools valued at about $600.

• Oct. 25: Police arrested a Robertsville Road Drive woman on a violation of probation warrant at Kohl’s department store in Farragut following a complaint by the store for shoplifting. The suspect attempted to take items off the rack and get a refund for them without a receipt. When refused, the suspect left the store with the unpaid items and was detained by store security. A records check by police revealed the outstanding warrant.


• Oct. 25: A Fall Haven Lane juvenile reported to police her iPad was taken from the U-Haul store in Farragut. Complainant stated the suspect has been using her apps and changed her password. She added she forgot the iPad at the business and an unknown suspect took it. Loss is estimated to be about $600.

• Oct. 24: A Hatteras Drive resident reported to police an unknown suspect had caused damage to her vehicle by throwing a rock at her window. The window and rear quarter panel of the vehicle showed damage. Damage was estimated to be about $1,500.

• Oct. 22: A Plumb Ridge Road resident reported to police the theft of her purse and its contents while she was at the recycling center off Kingston Pike near Farragut. Victim stated she was at the center to drop off recyclables and left the doors open on her vehicle so she could quickly unload the material. She stated she noticed an unknown Hispanic male suspect near her vehicle acting strange. The suspect got into his vehicle, an older pickup with lots of rust and toolboxes in the bed, and left. Upon returning to her vehicle, complainant noticed her purse was missing, which contained her driver license, Social Security card, seven credit cards and a checkbook.

• Oct. 21: A representative of Cracker Barrel restaurant off North Campbell Station Road reported the theft of four rocking chairs from the front porch of the business. The chairs were secured with a locked cable, which may have been cut. The suspect parked on the side of the building out of view from surveillance cameras. Loss is estimated to be about $520.

• Oct. 21: Police were advised by a Spyglass Way resident her mink shawl, which was for sale at Chic Repeats consignment store in Farragut, was stolen. Value of the loss is estimated to be about $500.

• Oct. 21: A representative of Dixie Lee Wines & Liquors reported to police two unknown suspects entered the store and took a liter of Jack Daniels whiskey without paying for it. Complainant states the suspects placed the bottle on a display and then, when no one was looking, the female suspect placed the bottle in her purse. Suspects exited the store and left heading eastbound on Kingston Pike in a Ford Focus.

• Oct. 21: A South Monticello Drive resident reported to police an unknown suspect gained entry into his Buick Park Avenue and took several items. Missing were a debit card and several gift cards valued at about $50.

• Oct. 21: A Clover Fork Drive resident reported to police her vehicle was burglarized white parked at the residence. Complainant states the vehicle was rummaged through, but nothing appears to be missing.

• Oct. 18: A representative of Barrett Roofing reported to police an unknown suspect took various items from the bed of his truck while it was parked at a Campbell Lakes Drive site. Complainant advised the items had been bolted down to the bed of the truck at the time of the theft. Missing was an air compressor and other items valued at about $2,000.

• Oct. 16: Police were advised by a Kohl’s department store in Farragut employee an unknown female suspect stole shirts from the store and escaped in a vehicle driven by a white male. Value of the loss is about $150.

• Oct. 15: Police were advised by Kohl’s department store in Farragut unknown white male suspects entered the store and took four pairs of pants, two shirts and five ties valued at about $450 and left without paying. The suspects were caught on video surveillance.

• Oct. 15: A Thornbush Lane woman reported to police that her building materials, which were in her driveway, were missing. Value of the loss is estimated to be about $300.

• Oct. 14: A Goldenview Lane man reported to police someone had put an unknown substance inside his car through a partially opened window while it was parked in a parking lot in the 10700 block of Kingston Pike. Cleanup was estimated to be about $20.

 

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