• At 4:07 p.m., Monday, March 11, an Autumn Leaves Lane complainant filed a report with Knox County Sheriff’s Office West Precinct about an incident at her residence. She advised the suspect is her ex-husband, who has been using her personal information to obtain loans. She advised she received a letter from CashNetUsa where she has a loan out and owed $221.14. She advised she did not take out a loan, and they told her it was done online. She was able to get the bank name where the money was deposited, saying her ex-husband is the only name on that account at Chase Bank in Michigan. She tried to file a report in Michigan, but they advised her she would have to file in her own jurisdiction.
• At 1:11 p.m., March 11, a Mount Vista Drive victim called KCSO North Precinct to report an incident, which occurred at Marshall’s in Turkey Creek, 11455 Parkside Drive. According to the victim, between 5 and 7 p.m., Saturday, March 9, person(s) unknown stole her Firefighter license plate off her 2011 Hyundai Sonata while parked at Marshall’s. Total value of loss was listed at $65. The victim advised the license plate couldn’t have fallen off.
Builders in particular and businesses in general can expect to see some changes in the Town of Farragut after April 11.
Paul Karl Swierzko, Farragut building official, proposed updates to the Town’s building codes during a workshop Thursday, March 7.
The first reading of the ordinance is slated to appear on the agenda for the Board’s meeting Thursday, March 28. If passing that test, the second reading will be on the April 11 agenda.
“(Swierzko) came in last year, and he’s spearheaded efforts with our staff to help get our codes updated,” Town administrator David Smoak said.