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• Dec. 6: A Saddle Ridge Drive woman notified Knox County Sheriff’s Office about the loss of her handgun. The victim stated she took a trip to Alabama in June and had the 9mm Glock 26 in her car. Victim advised she thought she took it back into her house when she returned home but has been unable to find it. The victim added she has looked everywhere at her home since then but still has been unable to locate it. Victim is unsure of exactly when or where the loss occurred. She attests the last time she actually remembers seeing the gun it was in the vehicle. There are no signs of forced entry into the vehicle. Loss is estimated to be about $400.

• Dec. 5: A Dundee Road man reported to police a named suspect entered his residence and took a PlayStation and three games without his permission. The victim stated the suspect pawned the items at a business off Kingston Pike. Value of the loss is about $580.

• Dec. 5: A truck driver reported to police that he left his wallet in the Shoney’s restaurant off Lovell Road. When he went back to the restaurant to retrieve it, the wallet was gone. Value of the loss is about $410.

• Dec. 4: Police were dispatched to Kohl’s department store in Farragut to arrest two North A Street individuals who were caught attempting to remove clothing from the store without paying for it. The clothing was valued at $178.

• Dec. 4: A Lake Forest Drive woman was arrested at Kohl’s department store after attempting to remove about $500 in merchandise without paying for it. Knox County Department of Child Services was notified since the arrestee had her children with her during the shoplifting attempt.

• Dec. 3: A Bluegrass Road man alerted police that vandalism had been committed on the Original Church of God off Loop Road in Concord. The complainant alerted police after arriving at the church and noticing the right front window of the church broken out. Estimated damage is about $150.

• Dec. 3: A South Fox Den Drive man reported to police someone had entered his vehicle and taken a GPS and a DVD player. Value of the loss was $250.

• Dec. 1: Police were advised by a Lost Tree Lane woman someone had broken out the back window of her vehicle and taken her purse and a camera from the back seat. Value of the loss and damage is about $650.

• Nov. 30: A Southwick Circle man reported to police he caught his wife’s caregiver taking money from his wife’s purse. He stated this was not the first time the suspect had taken money. He added he caught the woman going through his wife’s purse. He does not know how many times this has happened in the past. Loss is about $80.


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