police reports

• On March 20 at around 4 p.m., the Oak Ridge Police Department developed information that two brothers were at a Tennessee Avenue address; one suspect had a warrant for his arrest for a robbery charge, and the second had multiple warrants for his arrest for charges of assault, attempted murder (1st degree), statutory rape, aggravated assault and robbery. ORPD Special Projects Unit and Patrol Division personnel then verified the second suspect was present at the residence. Due to the nature of the charges and previous contacts with both individuals, at around 7:30 p.m., ORPD tactical officers entered the residence and arrested both individuals without incident. This investigation remains ongoing; no additional charges are pending and no further information is available for release at this time.

• On Tuesday, March 22, at around 2:10 p.m., the Oak Ridge Police and Fire Departments responded to a crash at Taco Bell, 353 S. Illinois Ave. An Eastwood Landscaping truck crashed into the front of the building. The driver of the vehicle was a 25-year-old male from Knoxville. The cause of the crash was determined to be driver error and no charges are being filed. There were several patrons inside the restaurant at the time of the crash, but no injuries were reported. Taco Bell was closed for the remainder of the day due to the damage. No further information is available at this time.

• On March 18 at around 10:58 a.m., a South Monticello Drive complainant advised KCSO she found an unknown suspect had rummaged through the center console in her vehicle, a 2007 Toyota RG4. She did state that the doors were locked and no damage was done. No items were found to be missing at this time.

• On March 20 at around 1:12 p.m., a Charlottesville Boulevard complainant advised he found he did not have his iPhone with him after leaving Kroger Marketplace off Brooklawn Street in Farragut. He stated he went back into Kroger and asked if they had found his phone. Later, after using a tracking application, found it was no longer at the location and realized it had been stolen. Copy sent to LEIDs for NCIC entry. Estimated loss is $300.

• On March 22 at around 8:33 p.m., KCSO officers were dispatched to Kohl’s department store, 11530 Kingston Pike, Farragut regarding a shoplifter. Upon arrival, KCSO made contact with complainant who works loss prevention at Kohl’s. She told KCSO that she used video surveillance to watch suspect/arrestee, a 32-year-old white female, select and conceal merchandise. When complainant stopped her, the suspect had $115 in merchandise from the store concealed in her purse. While investigating further, she determined the suspect had been caught previously for theft and given a trespass warning. KCSO took the suspect into custody and charged her with Burglary and Misdemeanor Theft. This occurred in Farragut.

• On March 22 at around 9:21 p.m., KCSO responded to Turkey Creek Medical Center, 10820 Parkside Drive, Farragut on a domestic call. Upon officer’s arrival, the complainant (father), a 64-year-old white male, said that he had been assaulted by the suspect (son), a 21-year-old white male. The complainant said that the altercation occurred at their residence off S. Williamsburg Drive, Farragut. The complainant said that he was cooking dinner when the suspect walked into the kitchen. The suspect told the complainant that he was in his way and to move. When the complainant refused to move, the suspect began pushing him. The suspect grabbed the complainant and slung him to the floor. The suspect left the residence. The complainant was transported to the hospital by his brother. The complainant has a laceration on his right hand and per hospital staff, his right shoulder is fractured. Forensic Unit X-Ray 6 responded to the hospital and photographed the complainant’s injuries. The complainant said that the suspect has mental health issues. The complainant was advised of his rights and given case information. This did occur in Farragut.

• On March 23 at around 5:53 p.m., a Gander Mountain outdoor store complainant advised at 5:50 p.m., two unknown suspects, a 30-to-40-year-old white male and a 30-to-40-year-old white female, entered the store and took a Carbon Express crossbow valued at $800 without paying. The complainant stated the suspects left in a maroon Mercury four-door sedan. The complainant advised he does have video surveillance.

• On March 24 at around 10:43 a.m., a Hawkstowe Lane complainant stated to KCSO his wife (victim) listed some furniture for sale on Craig’s List. He said on March 13 she received text messages showing the name William Watson wanting to purchase the furniture. According to the complainant the suspect mailed a check, which was received on March 18 in the amount of $2,450. The complainant advised the furniture was about $900. The complainant stated the suspect instructed his wife to deposit the check and wire $1,450 to an Anthony James in New York. According to the complainant this money was to cover shipping the furniture. The complainant said his wife went to Walmart on March 22 and wired the money. He advised the check showed this was from an account with Navy Federal Credit Union. Complain-ant said his wife received another message asking for more money to be sent.