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• Nov. 16: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was advised by a worker at Gander Mountain, off Parkside Drive, two suspects took two The North Face jackets valued at about $500 from the store without paying. The pair, a man and a woman, fled in a yellow Mazda. KCSO was provided with a description of the vehicle and license plate number.

• Nov. 16: Police were notified by a Broadwood Drive resident of the use of her credit card without her permission. Complainant stated she misplaced the card and more than $2,000 in charges have been run up on it.

• Nov. 16: A York Road man reported to police the theft of his truck from the parking lot of Baymont Inn and Suites off Campbell Lakes Drive. The truck and its contents are valued at about $19,000.

• Nov. 15: Police were dispatched to Kohl’s department store in Farragut on a shoplifting complaint. Police arrested a 44-year-old, Wilson Road resident for attempting to wear a $54 pair of jeans under his clothing and leave without paying for them.

• Nov. 14: An Oran Road man reported to police the theft of his Yamaha motorcycle from his residence. Value of the loss is about $7,000.

• Nov. 14: Police were advised by an Oran Road resident someone broke into his home and took several items including two handguns and an Xbox360. Value of the loss is about $3,000.

• Nov. 12: A Wilderness Road woman reported to police her vehicle was stolen from the side of Interstate 40/75. Complainant stated the vehicle had a blown engine and was to be towed and sold for scrap. Upon arriving on the scene with the tow company, complainant advised she discovered the vehicle missing. Loss is estimated to be about $800.

• Nov. 11: Police were advised by a Port Charles Drive resident someone had attempted unsuccessfully to make several charges to his credit card.

• Nov. 10: An Old Highway 27 Road woman reported to police someone broke out her vehicle window and took her GPS device while the vehicle was at The Rush fitness center off Canton Hollow Road. Value of the loss is about $350.


• Nov. 9: Police were advised by a Saddle Ridge Drive resident someone had obtained his Mastercard account number and made charges to it. The victim added the suspect also used his information to sign him up for insurance quotes and a price quote from a car dealership. Complainant stated he rarely uses the card and it was last used at a cell phone store at which time complainant’s wife observed the store clerk left with the card for what seemed to be an abnormally long period of time.

• Nov. 8: A Holden Road resident reported to police thieves stole a CB radio from within her Peterbilt semi while it was parked off Campbell Lakes Drive. Suspects cut the weatherstripping around a small vent window on the passenger side and removed the window in order to gain entry. Loss is about $1,000.

• Nov. 7: A worker at Best Buy off Parkside Drive reported to police the catalytic converter on one of the company vehicles was stolen during the night. Complainant advised the vehicle was left in the parking lot over night. Estimated loss is about $800.

• Nov. 7: Police arrested a Hawks Landing Drive woman following a complaint by Kohl’s department store in Farragut of shoplifting. The woman was stopped attempting to remove about $400 in merchandise from the store without paying.

• Nov. 7: An Ebenezer Road woman reported to police someone had damaged two lamp posts situated along her driveway. This is the second time damage to the lamp posts has occurred. Damage is about $400.

• Nov. 6: An Oakmont Circle resident reported to police his residence had been burglarized while he was away to Japan. Upon returning the complainant discovered about $10,000 is gold, jewelry and electronics missing from the house.

• Nov. 6: A Carriage House Way resident complained to police his vehicle side mirror had been damaged while parked at Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive. Damage is about $100.

• Nov. 5: Police were advised by a Pony Express Drive resident his boat had been taken from his yard. Complainant described the boat as being a green 10-foot, aluminum flat bottom valued at about $100.

• Nov. 4: A Cottonpatch Road woman reported to police someone stole her white 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee from the parking lot at Wild Wing Café. Complainant stated she left the keys in the unlocked vehicle. Loss is estimated to be about $12,000.

• Nov. 4: Police responded to an alarm at Perfect Styles salon in the 10,000 block of Kingston Pike. Upon arrival, officers found the front glass door had been shattered with what appeared to be a large piece of cinder block. Officers determined no entry had been made into the business. Loss is about $400.

• Nov. 3: A Norvell Drive resident reported to police someone took his wallet from a table while he was napping in a hospital room. Loss is about $36.

• Nov. 2: A representative of C&K Roofing reported to police someone took roofing supplies from a job site off Sonja Drive. Estimated loss is about $800.

• Nov. 1: An Oak Grove Drive resident reported to police someone gained entry into his possibly unlocked vehicle white it was parked at a Lost Tree Lane residence and took his iPod. Value of the loss is about $120.

• Nov. 1: A Halfmoon Road resident was arrested while attempting to remove about $200 in merchandise from Marshall’s department store off Parkside Drive.

• Nov. 1: A Lost Tree Lane resident reported to police someone gained entry into his vehicle by breaking a small rear window on the vehicle. Suspect removed the victim’s wallet, coat and a clipboard, along with a camera belonging to the victim’s employer. Loss was about $1,000.

• Nov. 1: A worker at Pilot convenience store off Campbell Station Road reported to police two female suspects came into the store and took food items.

• Oct. 29: Police responded to an assault call at a residence off Dundee Road. Upon arrival, police were told the victim, a Rent-A-Center employer, was at the residence to repossess some furniture. The suspect would not open the door even though the victim could see him hiding inside. When the suspect finally opened the door, a shouting match ensued and the victim was shoved by the suspect. Police later determined the suspect had outstanding warrants for worthless checks totaling $1,000. Officers arrested the suspect.

• Oct. 29: A U.S. Air Force soldier reported to police her wedding ring was taken from her motel room off Campbell Lakes Drive. The soldier said she laid the ring on the bathroom sink and when she returned the ring was gone. Loss is about $3,000.

• Oct. 28: An Old Stage Road resident reported to police two rings were missing from his residence valued at about $1,700.

• Oct. 27: Police were advised by a Harbor Pointe Way woman of the theft of her mother’s checkbook from her Augusta National Way residence. The complainant advised police of a suspect who attempted to cash a check from the book for $16, 375.

• Nov. 14: Police were advised by an Oran Road resident someone broke into his home and took several items including two handguns and an Xbox360. Value of the loss is about $3,000.

• Nov. 12: A Wilderness Road woman reported to police her vehicle was stolen from the side of Interstate 40/75. Complainant stated the vehicle had a blown engine and was to be towed and sold for scrap. Upon arriving on the scene with the tow company, complainant advised she discovered the vehicle missing. Loss is estimated to be about $800.

• Nov. 11: Police were advised by a Port Charles Drive resident someone had attempted unsuccessfully to make several charges to his credit card.

• Nov. 10: An Old Highway 27 Road woman reported to police someone broke out her vehicle window and took her GPS device while the vehicle was at The Rush fitness center off Canton Hollow Road. Value of the loss is about $350.

• Nov. 9: Police were advised by a Saddle Ridge Drive resident someone had obtained his Mastercard account number and made charges to it. The victim added the suspect also used his information to sign him up for insurance quotes and a price quote from a car dealership. Complainant stated he rarely uses the card and it was last used at a cell phone store at which time complainant’s wife observed the store clerk left with the card for what seemed to be an abnormally long period of time.

• Nov. 8: A Holden Road resident reported to police thieves stole a CB radio from within her Peterbilt semi while it was parked off Campbell Lakes Drive. Suspects cut the weatherstripping around a small vent window on the passenger side and removed the window in order to gain entry. Loss is about $1,000.

• Nov. 7: A worker at Best Buy off Parkside Drive reported to police the catalytic converter on one of the company vehicles was stolen during the night. Complainant advised the vehicle was left in the parking lot over night. Estimated loss is about $800.

• Nov. 7: Police arrested a Hawks Landing Drive woman following a complaint by Kohl’s department store in Farragut of shoplifting. The woman was stopped attempting to remove about $400 in merchandise from the store without paying.

• Nov. 7: An Ebenezer Road woman reported to police someone had damaged two lamp posts situated along her driveway. This is the second time damage to the lamp posts has occurred. Damage is about $400.

• Nov. 6: An Oakmont Circle resident reported to police his residence had been burglarized while he was away to Japan. Upon returning the complainant discovered about $10,000 is gold, jewelry and electronics missing from the house.

• Nov. 6: A Carriage House Way resident complained to police his vehicle side mirror had been damaged while parked at Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive. Damage is about $100.

• Nov. 5: Police were advised by a Pony Express Drive resident his boat had been taken from his yard. Complainant described the boat as being a green 10-foot, aluminum flat bottom valued at about $100.

• Nov. 4: A Cottonpatch Road woman reported to police someone stole her white 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee from the parking lot at Wild Wing Café. Complainant stated she left the keys in the unlocked vehicle. Loss is estimated to be about $12,000.

• Nov. 4: Police responded to an alarm at Perfect Styles salon in the 10,000 block of Kingston Pike. Upon arrival, officers found the front glass door had been shattered with what appeared to be a large piece of cinder block. Officers determined no entry had been made into the business. Loss is about $400.

• Nov. 3: A Norvell Drive resident reported to police someone took his wallet from a table while he was napping in a hospital room. Loss is about $36.

• Nov. 2: A representative of C&K Roofing reported to police someone took roofing supplies from a job site off Sonja Drive. Estimated loss is about $800.

• Nov. 1: An Oak Grove Drive resident reported to police someone gained entry into his possibly unlocked vehicle white it was parked at a Lost Tree Lane residence and took his iPod. Value of the loss is about $120.

• Nov. 1: A Halfmoon Road resident was arrested while attempting to remove about $200 in merchandise from Marshall’s department store off Parkside Drive.

• Nov. 1: A Lost Tree Lane resident reported to police someone gained entry into his vehicle by breaking a small rear window on the vehicle. Suspect removed the victim’s wallet, coat and a clipboard, along with a camera belonging to the victim’s employer. Loss was about $1,000.

• Nov. 1: A worker at Pilot convenience store off Campbell Station Road reported to police two female suspects came into the store and took food items.

• Oct. 29: Police responded to an assault call at a residence off Dundee Road. Upon arrival, police were told the victim, a Rent-A-Center employer, was at the residence to repossess some furniture. The suspect would not open the door even though the victim could see him hiding inside. When the suspect finally opened the door, a shouting match ensued and the victim was shoved by the suspect. Police later determined the suspect had outstanding warrants for worthless checks totaling $1,000. Officers arrested the suspect.

• Oct. 29: A U.S. Air Force soldier reported to police her wedding ring was taken from her motel room off Campbell Lakes Drive. The soldier said she laid the ring on the bathroom sink and when she returned the ring was gone. Loss is about $3,000.

• Oct. 28: An Old Stage Road resident reported to police two rings were missing from his residence valued at about $1,700.

• Oct. 27: Police were advised by a Harbor Pointe Way woman of the theft of her mother’s checkbook from her Augusta National Way residence. The complainant advised police of a suspect who attempted to cash a check from the book for $16, 375.

 

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