Police reports

• Around 2:16 p.m., March 17, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to a disturbance at a Werndyl Drive residence. The complainant/victim stated that someone lit fireworks at the back window of his residence, estimating damage to his window at $2,000. Victim also said it had happened the previous two nights. There appeared to be burn damage on the wood of the window.

• An Oak Ridge Highway resident/complainant advised KCSO between noon and 2:02 p.m., March 12, a suspect took the keys to her vehicle and drove her vehicle, an Oldsmobile Branada, without permission. Complainant advised she had given him permission to drive the vehicle in the past and was advised she will have to speak to her detective before NCIC entry could be made. Complainant advised her phone was about to die and that she would call back to add vehicle information to her report.

• Around 9:51 a.m., March 10, a KCSO unit responded to a disturbance at a Wells Fargo Drive residence. The victim said Knox County Animal Control responded and picked up the suspect neighbor’s dog that was running loose in the neighborhood. The suspect was upset that his dog was picked up, so from the morning of that pickup until 12:30 the next morning he would intentionally set off the car alarm in his truck that was parked in the suspect’s driveway. On March 8 the witness, a neighbor, said she saw the suspect drive his truck and back into the victim’s driveway and begin to spin his tires causing black tires marks and then ruts in her yard. The witness watched the suspect pull back into his driveway and point his vehicle facing the victim's house with the lights on, so they would shine directly into the victim's house. On March 9 the victim found a letter that stated, "I want [the dog] back by Friday.” The victim did fear the suspect would cause her harm and come back onto her property.

• On March 10 a KCSO unit responded to a Turtle Dove Way residence on the report of a burglary. Officer spoke with the victim who stated between 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., someone burglarized her residence. The front door had been kicked in, with damage estimated at $500. A black silk jewelry box and costume jewelry were taken, with a listed value of $100.

• The complainant stated between 3:20 and 3:25 p.m., March 10, the suspects entered Vision Best Eye Care, Parkside Drive, and stole five pairs of eyeglass frames valued at $1,000. She said the suspects were in a gray Lexus RX300.

• A Lake Bluff Court complainant stated between 5 p.m., March 10, and 7:30 a.m., March 11, his framing tools, valued at $2,860, were stolen out of the outbuilding on a Farmgate Lane construction site. The locks were cut from the outside of the outbuilding to gain entrance.

• Around 11:54 a.m., Feb. 27, a KCSO unit responded to Kohl’s, 11530 Kingston Pike, in reference to a shoplifting complaint. Complainant stated she witnessed the arrestee walk past all points of sale with a pair of earrings totaling $14. The arrestee was taken into custody for shoplifting without incident. The arrestee was transported to Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility.