• At 6:16 p.m., Sunday, July 14, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to a Champions Point address on report of a residential burglary. Upon investigation, the victim said at some time while he was out of town, an unknown suspect entered his residence and appeared to be living there while he was away. Upon his arrival home, victim said he noticed his kitchen in disarray and four watches stolen. Total value of loss was listed at $1,750. Victim advised he was notified Friday, July 12, by KCSO that two people were inside his residence and were saying they had permission.
Victim said he did not give them permission; however, they had a key and text messages from his girlfriend giving permission. Victim also located two pipes believed to be used for smoking marijuana in his residence, and he wanted them collected. Pipes were placed in a property locker at Knox County Jail.
• At 11:29 p.m., July 12, a victim called KCSO North Precinct to report regarding a burglary in the parking lot of Studio West Salon, 10843 Kingston Pike. According to the victim, on June 14 or prior person(s) unknown stole the checkbook from the console of his vehicle. He said the vehicle was unlocked. According to the victim, this checkbook from Simply Bank was a construction loan account. He said between June 14 and July 10 nine checks have come into the bank. No value of loss was given. The victim advised there were three checks made payable to individuals. He further said one of the checks had been mobile deposited. At the time of this report, victim did not have the name of the bank or financial institution where that check was deposited. According to the victim there were two checks written to a grocery chain but he doesn’t know which location.