police reports

• On March 30 at around 4:19 p.m., Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Kohl’s department store, 11530 Kingston Pike, Farragut, in regards to a shoplifter. Kohl’s complainant/witness observed arrestee, a 40-year-old white female, conceal three Mudd shirts and one bundle of socks for a total of $82 then exit the store. Suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Detention Facility. Sutherland Avenue towing responded and took possession of arrestee’s vehicle, 1 1995 green Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck. This occurred in Farragut.

• On March 31 at 5:31 p.m., KCSO officers responded to males stealing merchandise from Kohl’s department store, 11530 Kingston Pike, Farragut. Complainant stated that the suspects, two 25-year-old white males, were seen walking into the Kohl’s dressing room with Nike shorts, two Nike shirts and several pairs of jeans, then they walked out of the dressing room without the clothing. The dressing room was checked and the merchandise was not in there. The complainant then watched Suspect No. 2 walk out to his vehicle take off clothing and place it inside his vehicle. Suspect No. 2 then walked back inside Kohl’s. Suspect No. 1 then walked outside and was unable to get in so the suspect walked back into the store. The complainant then took Suspect No. 1 in the loss prevention office to wait for KCSO officers. When officers arrived both suspects stated that they did have merchandise that they did not purchase from Kohl’s concealed under their clothing. Suspect No. 2 had a $44 pair of jeans on under his clothing. Suspect No. 1 had two shirts and one pair of shorts under his clothing valued at $90. All clothing was returned to Kohl’s. In addition, two pairs of Lee jeans were found in suspect’s vehicle.

• On April 1 at around 7:58 a.m., a Quail Pointe Road complainant advised his vehicle was rummaged through last night. He stated that the vehicle was unlocked when he parked it in his driveway last night. As the complainant was filing his report, he noticed that his daughter’s car had been open and rummaged through as well. The items in the cars were taken out of the center consoles and left in the seats. The daughter and he stated nothing was taken from the vehicles.

• On April 2 at around 11:54 a.m., KCSO officers responded to Kohl’s department store, 11530 Kingston Pike, Farragut, for a report of an adult female shoplifter. Upon arrival, the defendant, a 36-year-old white female, was in the loss prevention office with the witness. The witness is the loss prevention officer and is the one who witnessed the incident and apprehended the defendant. The witness stated that she observed the defendant take a pair of shoes, valued at $54.99, to the back of the store and put them into a Kohl’s shopping bag. The defendant pulled the bag from her purse. The defendant then took the shoes to the customer service counter and returned them for cash. The defendant exited the store and was apprehended by the witness. The defendant was escorted into the loss prevention office by the witness, where she was taken into custody and charged with theft/shoplifting. The defendant was transported to the detention facility and her vehicle, a 2012 Volkswagen Jetta, was towed to Sutherland Avenue Towing. This did occur in Farragut.

• On April 4 at around 3:18 p.m., a Baytree Court complainant advised KCSO between 6 p.m., April 2, and 9 a.m., April 3, an unknown suspect took his Apple MP3 player and iPhone charger from his 2006 Audi A4. The complainant stated his car was unlocked and in the driveway. The complainant was advised to call back with serial numbers. Estimated loss is about $180.

• On April 7 at around 4:47 p.m., a North Charles G. Seviers Boulevard complainant advised KCSO between March 24 and March 25 the suspect used the stolen debit card at the ATM at the Y-12 branch at 13128 Kingston Pike in Farragut and withdrew a total of $940. The complainant stated he has already filed a theft report with Clinton Police Department.

• On April 7 at around 5 p.m., a Sonja Drive complainant advised KCSO an unknown suspect took an Apple iPhone 5C from her daughter’s backpack at school. The complainant advised the backpack was left in the classroom, once her daughter returned to class she noticed the phone missing. The complainant advised she would call back once the serial number is found. The phone was found at 326 Lovell Road in room No. 115 at a Budget Inn. A KPD officer recovered the item and returned it to the complainant. The phone was valued at $500.

• On April 8 at around 10:32 a.m., a Turkey Creek Road complainant advised KCSO between April 3 and April 7 an unknown suspect took his canoe. He advised he last saw it Sunday, April 3, and noticed it missing yesterday, April 7. He advised he purchased the canoe in Penn-sylvania and you have to register canoes in that state. Copy of report sent to LEIDS for NCIC entry. Complainant called back and advised he located his canoe and was never taken.