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• Jan. 17: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was advised by a Harrison Ferry Road woman that her debit card was picked up and used without her permission while at Cotton Eyed Joe club off Outlet Drive.

• Jan. 17: A Bantry Lane disabled man reported to police a Highway 70 resident who was working around the complainant’s residence took items from his home and did not return them. Complainant stated when he confronted the suspect, the suspect replied: “It’s a shame that you live by yourself and you could be dead for days and no one would know about it.” Items missing were valued at about $5,000.

• Jan. 16: A Park Way woman reported to police her wallet and its contents were missing from her purse. Complainant stated she was tending children in Children’s Church at a Smith Road location and left her purse unattended. When she returned to get her purse, the wallet was gone.

• Jan. 15: An Umbria Lane woman reported to police an unknown suspect took her purse from the office of First Baptist Concord church.

• Jan. 15: Police were advised by a Pony Express Drive resident an unknown suspect took her wallet from where it was placed in Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

• Jan. 15: A Dominion Circle woman was arrested attempting to shoplift merchandise from Farragut Kohl’s department store.

• Jan. 14: KCSO officers responded to a break-in alarm at Fusion Tanning Studio. Upon arrival, officers discovered the front-door glass was shattered and a hole large enough for a person to fit through. Officers determined damage was caused by a suspect using a crowbar to gain entry into the business. A keyholder to the business arrived on scene to survey the damage and advised cabinet doors had been disturbed in the front area of the business, but could not tell that anything was missing. The business had video surveillance.

• Jan. 13: A Countryway Drive man complained to police his vehicle was damaged by debris falling off a truck while driving down Bluegrass Road. Complainant stated his vehicle was struck by a piece of vinyl siding. Officer noted minor scratches on complainant’s vehicle roof.

• Jan. 13: Police responded to a disturbance at Farragut Branch Knox County Public Library. Upon arrival officers questioned the suspect who identified himself as Dan Rather and who stated he did not have or know his Social Security number. After agreeing to be searched, officers found a Social Security card on the suspect. The suspect was arrested for criminal impersonation and providing false information to officers.


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