KCSO reports

• At 12:51 a.m., Thursday June 18, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit was dispatched to 701 N. Campbell Station Road, Pilot convenience store, on a report of theft. Upon arrival, the victim said an unknown suspect came into the store and picked up a case of beer, unknown brand, and a bag of Doritos chips and walked out of the store without paying for the items. Estimated retail cost of items was listed at $19.99. Victim also said she walked out to confront the suspect, but he got into a company van and proceeded to leave the property without paying for the items.

• At 2:04 p.m., June 18, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a theft from the Pilot convenience store at 701 N Campbell Station Road. Complainant advised between the listed times, the suspect walked into the business and took an 18-pack of Coors Light beer from the beer cooler and ran out of the business without paying and without the owner’s permission. Retail cost of the beer was listed at $20. Complainant advised she witnessed the suspect getting into a grey SUV.

• At 10:42 a.m., Tuesday, June 16, officers went to a Granada Boulevard address to serve an outstanding warrant on the eventual arrestee. Officers were welcomed into the residence by the eventual arrestee’s father. Arrestee was inside the home. The outstanding warrant was for a violation of probation of a DUI. Arrestee was transported to Roger D. Wilson Detention Center.

• At 8:27 p.m., Monday, June 15, an officer made contact with a man who was the father of a dog owner, whose dog was under a 10-day observation. The father advised his daughter was out of town, but did advise the dog had been at his residence for the entire 10 days, and he advised the dog was acting normally and was not acting ill. Officer advised the father that the dog could continue his normal activities.

• At 8:25 p.m., June 15, a suspect entered Target, 11100 Parkside Drive, and went to the electronics department, where he selects a pair of JBL Headphones valued at $129.99. Suspect took the headphones into the domestic department and removed the spider-wrap from the package, then concealed the item on his person and exited the store, passing all points of final sale. Selection, concealment and exit are all on video.

• At 8:20 p.m., Thursday June 11, officers responded to 11656 Parkside Drive (Publix) in regards to a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the witness, the manager of the business, who advised he observed a white female leave the store without paying for merchandise. At the time of this report the witness did not have a list of all items taken, but was advised what measures to take once he gathers all the information. A bottle of wine, with a listed value of $17.99, was among the items stolen.

• At 1 a.m., Thursday, June 4, officer’s were dispatched to a Pony Express Drive residence in reference to a domestic disturbance. Coomplainant/victim, who was sitting at the stop sign located at the end of her street, said she was in an argument with her boyfriend (suspect/ eventual arrestee). Victim said suspect pushed her into a jewelry box, at which time she fell and suspect picked her up and slammed her on the floor. Officer reported observing scrape marks victim’s knee caps and bruising consistent with her story. Suspect advised the argument was over victim going through his phone and not giving it back. He also told officers victim got into his face and pushed him, at which point suspect said he pushed her back and she fell. Suspect was determined to be the primary aggressor and was taken into custody without incident and was transported to the Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility. Victim refused medical treatment.