police reports

• On June 25 at around 3:38 p.m., Knox County Sheriff’s Officers responded to Best Buy, 11491 Parkside Drive, for the report of an intoxicated male. Store loss prevention officer Steve Koch stated he observed an intoxicated male stealing items from their store. Store loss prevention made contact with the arrestee and both waited for law enforcement. The arrestee was unsteady on his feet and at one point had passed out in the store. The arrestee stated his mom is an anesthesiologist and gives him pills. The arrestee stated he had consumed pills not prescribed to him prior to contact with officers. The arrestee was placed into custody and transported to the Knox County Detention Facility and his vehicle was towed to Cedar Bluff Towing. This did occur in Farragut.

• On June 25 at around 7:57 p.m., KCSO officers responded to a Newcomb Lane address in regards to a stolen motor vehicle. Just prior to the victim calling law enforcement, a witness called stating he was behind a motor vehicle that he witnessed a female had stolen from the Shell gas station off North Campbell Station Road and was heading into Loudon County. Loudon County made contact with the vehicle after it had been abandoned at Shoney’s restaurant, 1100 Highway 321 North, Lenoir City, and made contact with Knox County sending officers to respond to Newcomb Lane. Complainant stated he and his daughter stopped at the Shell Station, 801 N. Campbell Station Road, and were approached by a white female in a long green dress asking for money and a ride to Loudon County. When complainant stated no he went into the store with his daughter and the female got into his car and left. Complainant stated that he went home to notify the property owner prior to calling law enforcement. Owner’s daughter-in-law responded to Shoney’s and took possession of the vehicle. Shoney’s and the Shell gas station both have working security footage. This occurred in Farragut.

• On June 26 at around 3:43 a.m., a Roxbury Point complainant stated to KCSO that between 1:30 and 3:43 a.m., June 26, his wallet was taken by a white female suspect. The suspect was out on a date with the complainant when she stood up from her seat, grabbed the wallet that was lying on the table and walked out of Wild Wing Café, 11335 Campbell Lakes Blvd. Complainant stated he saw suspect take the wallet but did not want confrontation.

• On June 15 at around 11:50 a.m., KCSO was contacted by Pinnacle Security of a theft at Off Broadway Shoes, 11449 Parkside Drive, Farragut. KCSO made contact with store manager who stated that two white males and two white females had entered the store and that one of the white females had concealed three pair of Nike flip-flops in her purse. Suspect exited the store with the two white male suspects and entered into a white Chevrolet Aveo. Suspects left parking lot. Estimated loss $90.

• On June 22 at around 1:59 p.m., a Foremast Road complainant advised KCSO that between June 11 and June 16 an unknown suspect took a 2000 Buick Regal valued at $3,500. He advised the vehicle was locked and parked at Founders Park and did not have a spare key inside of it. Complainant advised he has checked with several towing companies to see if the vehicle had been towed.

• On June 28 at around 5:48 p.m., a Woodchase Drive complainant advised KCSO that between May 23 and June 24 an unknown suspect obtained his debit card numbers and made charges in Ohio at various ATMs. Complainant stated he was contacted by his bank June 24 and was made aware of the charges.

• On June 30 at around midnight, a Spinnaker Road complainant stated to KCSO that between 11:30 p.m. and midnight, June 29, his irrigation system was broken and the valve was broken off and stolen. Water from the irrigation system was running all over the complainant’s front yard of the residence. There are no known suspects. Estimated loss is $300.

• On June 30 at around 9:52 a.m., an Abners Ridge Drive complainant stated to KCSO that between 12:01 a.m., June 25, and 6:45 a.m., June 30, an unknown suspect took her irrigation pump. She advised she has been out of town and her neighbor called her to advise that water was coming out of the sprinkler system. She advised she is unsure of exact date this occurred, but believes it was the night of June 29 due to neighbors not seeing the water until then. Estimated loss is $500.