• At 7:10 p.m., Wednesday, April 11, a complainant called Knox County Sheriff’s Office Teleserve Unit to report nine Wahl electric razors stolen from Walgreen’s, 11197 Kingston Pike. Estimated value of items was $400. Complainant said suspect was seen on surveillance stealing. She said there may have been more items stolen. Complainant gave a description of the suspect.
• At 11 a.m., April 11, a High Forest Lane complainant came to KCSO West Precinct to file a report. He said his daughter has taken his credit cards and used them online, but the charge was declined. He said she also has used his debit cards online for subscriptions, to monitor her credit and for Graze.com. He said she has done things such as this in the past and he is willing to prosecute.
• At 6:49 p.m., Tuesday, April 10, a KCSO unit responded to Kohls department store, 11530 Kingston Pike, in reference to a shoplifter. Upon arrival, officer came in contact with loss prevention complainant, who caught arrestee trying to steal $42 in cosmetic goods. Complainant viewed the arrestee on camera in the women’s department concealing the cosmetic goods inside of her pants. Arrestee tried to leave the store when she was stopped by the complainant, and was taken to the loss prevention office. Arrestee was informed she was not allowed back on the property. She was taken into custody and transported to Knox County detention facility. Her vehicle was towed by Cedar Bluff Towing and taken to its lot.
• At 11:46 a.m., April 10, a Larkwood Lane complainant called KCSO West Precinct to report an incident that occurred at a Hampshire Bay Lane location. He advised an unknown suspect stole six lights from inside the residence with an estimated value listed at $2,039.60. He advised the residence has no doors and does not have any locks — it is in the process of being built.
• At 10:26 a.m., April 10, a Ridgeland Drive complainant called KCSO West Precinct to report on an incident at her residence. She advised an unknown suspect gained entry into her 2003 Acura MDX through an unlocked door. She advised items are missing with an estimated value listed at $245. She said her stolen debit/credit cards were used at Walmart, Kroger and online at several different websites. Unauthorized charges totalled $2,307.48, with $889.44 in attempted charges declined.