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• Jan. 26: A Lake Vista Lane woman notified Knox County Sheriff’s Office an unknown suspect took items from her vehicle, which was left unlocked in her garage. Complainant stated her debit card was later used at Weigel’s Farm Store off Campbell Station Road for purchases of $33.65 and $9.62.

• Jan. 23: KCSO officers reported seeing a suspect vehicle at the Kingston Pike recycling center at about 11:30 p.m. placing items from donation boxes into her vehicle. A second suspect was found inside a donation box passing items out to the first suspect. Both suspects, Houston Street residents, were placed under arrest and their vehicle was impounded.

• Jan. 22: An Oak Street man was arrested for attempting to shoplift from the Farragut Kohl’s department store. Complainant stated the suspect took a belt from inside the store and attempted to return it for refund. The suspect also attempted to conceal a wallet in his pants and leave the store without paying for it.


• Jan. 21: A Golden Harvest Drive woman reported to police an unknown person broke out the window on her vehicle and took her purse. The vehicle was parked in the former Edison Park Steakhouse parking lot.

• Jan 21: Two Sunflower Circle women were arrested for attempting to shoplift merchandise from Farragut Kohl’s department store.

• Jan. 21: A Williams Mill Road woman reported to police an unknown suspect broke out the window of her vehicle and took the wallet and its contents. The vehicle was parked at the complainant’s place of employment off Parkside Drive in Farragut.

• Jan. 21: Police were advised by a Gossamer Way resident his front passenger window of his vehicle had been broken out and a purse was taken. The vehicle was parked at a Parkside Drive restaurant in Farragut.

 

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