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• Jan. 12: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was notified by a East Sauer Point Road resident of a vehicle break-in at the address. Complainant advised there were no signs of forced entry.

• Jan. 11: A Sunview Circle resident complained to police his mail was missing. Complainant advised an outgoing piece never reached its destination and he hadn’t received several bills including lights, cable and mortgage. KCSO referred the incident to the U.S. Postal Service.

• Jan. 11: A Stahl Drive resident reported a break-in to her vehicle. Complainant advised wires to her stereo and other damage was visible. There were no signs of forced entry.

• Jan. 11: A gun was reported stolen from within a vehicle parked at a Brochardt Boulevard address. Complainant advised vehicle had been rummaged through, adding the vehicle was probably left unlocked.

• Jan. 11: A Faircrest Lane man reported to police his vehicle had been broken into while parked at a Farragut Commons Drive address. The vehicle was rummaged, but nothing was missing.


• Jan. 11: A Comblain Road resident reported to police her vehicle had been broken into during the night. Entry was gained by breaking out the front passenger-side window. A purse and its contents were missing.

• Jan. 9: Police arrested an East Stanley Road woman for shoplifting at the Farragut Kohl’s department store. The suspect also used her 9-year-old daughter in commission of the crime.

• Jan. 7: Police were advised by a West Kingston Pike woman a suspect broke out her back passenger-side window and took a purse and its contents. The vehicle was parked at The Rush off Kingston Pike at Canton Hollow Road.

• Jan. 6: A Gentlewinds Drive woman was arrested for shoplifting at Kohl’s department store in Farragut.

• Jan. 4: A Wing Foot Point resident reported to police an unknown suspect had broken into his vehicle and took various paperwork and prescription eyeglasses. The vehicle was unlocked.

• Jan. 1: A gun was reported missing from a Butternut Lane residence. Complainant advised police painters had been in the home prior to the loss of property.

• Dec. 29: Police were advised by a Turkey Creek Road woman the back window of her mother’s vehicle had been broken out during the night. Nothing appeared to be missing.

• Dec. 29: A Wakefield Road resident reported to police the passenger-side window of his vehicle had been broken out and several items were missing. The vehicle was parked in The Rush parking lot at Kingston Pike and Canton Hollow Road.

• Dec. 28: A Shady Ridge Lane resident complained to police someone had damaged his Christmas decorations in his yard.

• Dec. 28: Police were advised by a Saint John Court resident someone had entered her vehicle and taken her daughter’s purse. Entry was gained by breaking out a passenger-side window.

• Dec. 27: A Wentworth subdivision resident reported to police someone had damaged the subdivision’s Christmas decorations at its entrance. Complainant advised trash and beer cans were scattered about.

• Dec. 26: Police arrested an unemployed Happy Hollow Road man in connection with the theft of CB radios and GPS devices from Petro’s truck stop off Watt Road. Officers pulled over the suspect vehicle inside Loudon County and found items fitting the description of the missing electronics.

• Dec. 26: Police were dispatched to a Turkey Creek Road residence to investigate a fire. The fire was determined to have started in a chase around the flue pipe. Rural Metro Fire Department extinguished the fire.

• Dec. 26: A Yale Carolinas, Inc., representative reported to police a company truck was missing from its Murdock Drive property.

• Dec. 25: A Peterson Road man reported to police his residence had been burglarized during the night. Entry was gained by taping the glass on a back window and breaking it out to conceal noise. The upstairs had been ransacked and Christmas gifts had been opened and left staged for removal from the property.

• Dec. 24: A Prince George Parish Road woman indicated a known suspect, who had been a guest in the residence, was suspected in connection with the loss of a topaz ring.

• Dec. 24: A Livery Lane man reported to police his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at an Ansley Court residence. Entry was gained by breaking out a passenger-side window. Complainant asked for police to come on the scene to check for fingerprints.

• Dec. 24: A representative of Appalachia Electronics reported to police the North Watt Road business had been burglarized and several radios were missing.

• Dec. 24: A Serenity Lane man reported to police someone broke out the back window of a company truck parked at the address and took a television from the vehicle.

• Dec. 24: A Camden Bridge Drive man reported to police someone had broken out the passenger-side window of his vehicle. Nothing appeared to be missing.

• Dec. 23: Three unknown women were seen taking armloads of clothing without paying for them from JCPenney off Parkside Drive. A vehicle license number was supplied to police.

• Dec. 23: An Oakland Hills Point man reported to police someone had taken a china set from a china cabinet in the home. Complainant advised people had been in and out of his house.

• Dec. 23: A gun was taken from a vehicle while it was parked at a West Kingsgate Road residence. Entry was gained by opening a back sliding-glass window.

• Dec. 23: Police responded to a burglar alarm at the Old Stage Hills Weigel’s Farm Store. Upon arrival officers found the front door had been forced open and a company representative advised several cartons of cigarettes were missing.

• Dec. 22: A Fox Den Drive man reported to police his silverware was missing. The complainant had no suspects, but advised police he suspects it was someone that was allowed in the home at some point.

• Dec. 22: A Pryse Farm Boulevard woman reported to police someone had taken the Christmas decorations from the subdivision entrance.

 

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