police reports

• A Butternut Lane complainant advised a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit that between Jan. 1 and March 27 a suspect took her Cadillac Deville, valued at $8,000, and did not return it. She advised the suspect was considering buying the vehicle and wanted to test drive it. She stated the suspect is her handyman and she waited this long to report it because she was giving him a chance to return it. The complainant was advised to call back with additional suspect information.

• At 3:23 p.m., March 26, a KCSO unit responded to Dollar General Store, 11809 Kingston Pike, in regards to a domestic matter. Upon arrival, victim/complainant stated she and her boyfriend, the suspect, were in a physical altercation at their Chancellors Lane residence for undisclosed reasons. Victim further stated the suspect struck her with a closed fist on her left eye and pushed her down. Officer noticed bruising on her arms, back and facial area with a small laceration under the eye. Victim stated both parties had been consuming alcohol throughout the day. Victim refused medical treatment. X-Ray Unit 7 [Tewalt] responded and took pictures of victim’s injuries. While X-Ray was taking photos, victim stated she also had been strangled by the suspect, but would not give officers a clear answer on when the strangulation occurred. Suspect was not present upon officers’ arrival. Victim was advised of her domestic rights and was given a family crisis card.

• At 7:53 p.m., March 25, two KCSO units responded to 11455 Parkside Drive, Marshalls, concerning a shoplifting in progress. The complainant stated he witnessed the suspect put cosmetic items, valued at $68.43, in her purse. Suspect passed the point of sale without intent to purchase the merchandise. The complainant confronted the suspect outside of Marshalls. Complain-ant obtained the suspect’s purse with the listed merchandise inside of it and went back inside Marshalls. Another suspect became aggravated with the complainant, getting in the complainant’s face then snatching the purse away from the complainant. The second suspect then walked past the point of sale and exited Marshalls without intent to pay for the listed merchandise. Both arrestees were placed into custody for misdemeanor shoplifting. Both arrestees were given a no trespass warning by the business.

• A complainant advised on March 25 that around 4:45 a.m., March 25, while he was at a North Campbell Station address, an unknown suspect took a handgun, tool box and debit card out of his work vehicle. Items’ total value listed at $230. The complainant stated the vehicle was parked in the parking lot. The complainant advised his vehicle was unlocked. The complainant advised the hotel does have video surveillance.

• Around noon on Friday, March 24, a KCSO unit responded to Kohl’s, 11530 Kingston Pike, in reference to a shoplifting incident. A witness stated she observed the suspect enter Kohl's and select multiple items of clothing and place them in her buggy. The witness stated the suspect then entered the dressing room and exited with an empty buggy. The suspect then proceeded to exit the store without paying for the listed items, valued at $202, in which the witness detained her until officers arrived. Suspect was arrested for shoplifting and transported to Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility.

• Sometime between March 1 and March 16, an Oak Ridge Highway complainant advised an unknown suspect took numerous electronic items from his home, which were valued at $9,200. The complainant advised he believes it could be the two people who live with him because they are the only ones who have a key to the home and it has not been broken into. The complainant stated the theft has been going on for weeks now, and he was unsure what to do at the time. The complainant was advised to contact Teleserve if more information arises.

• A North Fox Den Drive complainant stated between 2 and 4 p.m., March 5, an unknown suspect took several pieces of jewelry from her residence valued at $3,950. Victim advised she was having an open house on the listed dates and times, and after that she noticed her jewelry missing.