police reports

• On March 15 at around 3:11 p.m., a Belk department store, 11397 Parkside Drive, Farragut, complainant stated to Knox County Sheriff’s Office that an unknown white female entered the store. Suspect selected at least four shirts from a display possibly more and then selected an Under Armor duffel bag. Suspect concealed the shirts into the duffel bag and then ran from the store setting off the EAS system. Suspect failed to pay for the concealed items valued at $159.97. Suspect entered a champagne colored Toyota Camry, partial tag of A92-(TN). Complainant said suspect looked like a suspect who has been apprehended before at Belk.

• On March 16 at around 5:06 p.m., a County Road complainant advised a set of Ping golf clubs, a Taylor Made driver, a Titleist wood and putter, a golf bag and a Leupold range finder were taken out of the back of his truck by an unknown sus-pect(s). The complainant ad-vised he parked his vehicle, walked inside the clubhouse at Willow Creek Golf Club, 12003 Kingston Pike, Farragut, to change his clothes and when he walked outside to his vehicle the items were gone. Complainant advised he does not remember if his vehicle was locked or unlocked and stated there was no damage made to the vehicle, a 2005 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck. Complainant advised there does not seem to be anything missing from inside the vehicle. KCSO advised the complainant if he notices any items missing from inside his vehicle and/or locates any serial numbers he needs to contact the Sheriff’s Office to have them added to the report. Estimated loss is $2,600.

• On March 17 at around 4:06 p.m., a Belk Men’s Store complainant stated that an unidentified white female had selected eight articles of Columbia clothing valued at a total of $347. Suspect pushed her shopping cart near the door and removed the clothing from the cart. Suspect ran out of the door failing to pay for the merchandise entering into a silver Chevrolet Impala with Pennsylvania registration. Incident was captured on CCTV surveillance that was retrieved by reporting officer.

• On Friday, March 18, at around 8:31 p.m., at Belk department store, 11417 Parkside Drive, KCSO officers did notice a suspicious male walking around the business. Officers made contact with suspect/arrestee, a 32-year-old white male. Officers did notice that, the arrestee was wearing multiple pairs of jeans. Upon further investigation officers did learn that the arrestee had taken two pairs of jeans from the Belk department store without purchasing the merchandise. A records check revealed that the arrestee has multiple outstanding warrants from Roane County. Roane County was notified. The arrestee was taken into custody. Estimated loss is $88.