• On May 24 at around 7:19 p.m., a South Williamsburg Drive complainant advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office that between May 6 and May 24 her identity was used to cash checks by the suspect. It was discovered the listed suspect, a 46-year-old white female, pretended to be the victim’s mother and entered TVA Credit Union and cashed four counterfeit checks that were written out to the victim. Complainant advised her savings account now is negative due to the withdrawal. Complainant advised there is video surveillance. Estimated loss is $710.
• On May 25 at around 8:13 p.m., a representative of Walgreens, 11927 Kingston Pike, Farragut, advised KCSO that between 7:50 and 8:13 p.m. the suspect, a 30-to-40-year-old white male, entered Walgreens and attempted to purchase a 12-pack of Coca Cola, a Rockstar Punched drink and four cartons of Marlboro cigarettes and three cartons of Newport cigarettes, but his card would not work. The complainant advised after the suspect tried paying numerous times he took the listed items and left without paying. Walgreens does have video surveillance of this incident. Estimated loss is $393.57.
• On Wednesday, May 25, 2016, at around 10:14 p.m., KCSO responded to Clarity Point Assisted Living Home at 901 Concord Road on a burglary call. Upon investigation, the complainant stated that his mother/
victim had been in the hospital since Monday, May 23, at around noon. He added, upon their arrival home from the hospital on reporting date, they noticed a locking security safe had been pried open. The victim stated the safe is kept under her bed and the only property taken was several of her prescription narcotics. Estimated loss is $50.
• On May 27 at around 12:32 a.m., a Dogwood Garden Lane complainant stated to KCSO she was inside Cotton Eyed Joe in Farragut at a music concert and her vehicle, a 2014 Toyota Scion, that was parked outside was vandalized. The vehicle back window was broken out. At the time of report there were no known suspects and no estimate of damage.
• On Dec. 26, 2015, a Springside Lane victim purchased two concert tickets for $1,450 through eBay. When victim and her guest went to enter the concert April 13, the tickets were discovered to be fraudulent by Ticketmaster. Victim contacted suspect about the tickets being invalid and was issued a refund through PayPal. On May 12, complainant received an e-mail stating the male suspect had filed a reversal on the refund transaction. Victim is filing a claim for the original transaction and refund reversal by suspect.