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• Nov. 28: Knox County Sheriff’s Office responded to a Cashmere Lane residence under construction in response to a report copper wire had been stolen from the site. The victim, a Dawns Pass resident, stated this was the second time copper had been stolen from the site. Estimated loss was $1,000.

• Nov. 26: Police were advised by a Burch Cove Way resident that her vehicle back window was broken out so thieves could take her purse. Victim stated she was delivering a dog in the parking lot of Games and Things for animal rescue when this occurred. Loss is estimated to be about $3,000.

• Nov. 23: Police were advised by Walgreens employees of the theft of two tote bags full of merchandise by a white male. A witness stated the suspect got the two bags and stuffed them full of various items and escaped in a blue Chevrolet Cavalier. License plate number was supplied to police. Loss is estimated to be about $250.


• Nov. 23: Police arrested an East Mountain Road man in connection with a vehicle burglary at a Colchester Ridge Road address. The suspect was observed driving westbound on Kingston Pike in a white Chevrolet pickup truck matching the description of the suspect vehicle. Police pulled the driver over in the 9600 block of Kingston Pike and upon investigation determined the suspect did have in his possession items belonging to the victim. Items were returned to the victim and the arrestee’s vehicle towed.

• Nov. 22: An alarm generating from C&C Outdoors off Concord Road brought KCSO officers to the scene. Upon arrival, officers discovered the front window of the business had been broken out and the store ransacked. Suspects had fled the scene by the time officers arrived. Victim stated that it appeared only cigarettes had been stolen. Estimated loss is about $550.

• Nov. 21: Police arrested two Walnut Avenue residents who were observed taking three Jerry Garcia neckties without paying from them from Kohl’s department store in Farragut.

 

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