• At 2:10 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 20, a Belle Grove Road complainant called Knox County Sheriff’s Office West Precinct to report a theft at his residence. He advised the suspect was in the process of purchasing his residence, and the listed furniture was requested by the suspect to be left at the residence. He advised the suspect has since left the residence and the listed items are missing. Estimated value of loss is listed at $4,700.
• At 8:44 p.m., Wednesday, Sept.19, 2018, a KCSO unit was dispatched to a Cabot Drive residence in reference to a vandalism. Victim/complainant/property owner notified officers his wife had left their residence at approximately 3 p.m. and locked the deadbolt. When complainant returned home at about 8 p.m., he observed the front door of his residence to be wide open. Complainant said when he went inside he noticed the door appeared to have been forced open with the frame being splintered due to the deadbolt being locked. Complainant said he went through the rest of the residence and did not observe anything disturbed or any items taken. He also said there were multiple electronics near the front door that did not appearto have been touched. Complainant estimated the damage to the door at $100.
• At 9:11 p.m., Sept. 19, a complainant at Best Buy, 11491 Parkside Drive, called KCSO to report a shoplifting. Complainant advised at 8:45 p.m. the suspect was approached leaving the store without paying for a $500 security system and a $400 router. Complainant said after suspect was confronted he ran to an unknown vehicle with the items, and was pursued by Pinnacle security guards who retrieved the license plate number.
• At 1:53 p.m., Sept. 19, a Brochardt Boulevard complainant called KCSO North precinct to report his 2007 Jeep Jeepster was vandalized at his residence. Complainant said the last time he saw his vehicle not vandalized was around 4 p.m., Friday, Sept. 14, when he was unloading boxes from his vehicle. While unloading more boxes around 5 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 18, he noticed what he described as a cigarette “filter” sticking out of the grill area of his vehicle. Complainant advised it looked as though someone had taken a sharp object and stuck it into the grill and left the cigarette filter visibly sticking out fearing the sharp object may have damaged the radiator. Complainant advised he does not know who vandalized his vehicle or when it was vandalized. Estimated value of damage was listed at $1,000.
• A Foxford Drive complainant called KCSO at 4:32 p.m., Sept. 18, to report an incident at his residence. Complainant advised she found out Monday, Sept. 10, through Credit Karma that her name and address were used to open an account with Commodity Bank Thursday, Sept. 6. Complainant reported she received a letter Monday, Sept. 17, stating she had a balance of $449.46. Complainant reported she did have two accounts with this bank but had not recently opened one or charged the previous amount. Complainant reported the bank is investigating the claim.
• At 9:41 a.m., Sept. 18, a complainant called the Knox County Sheriff’s Office West Precinct to report a shoplifting at JCPenney, 11534 Parkside Dr. At 12:21 p.m., Friday, Sept. 14, the suspects entered the store, selected various baby and children’s clothing items and proceeded to the fitting room. On the outside of the fitting room one suspect can be seen putting items in her purse while the other suspect placed items in her diaper bag inside the fitting room. When suspect exited the fitting room her diaper bag was visibly larger. Suspects then exited the store without paying for the listed items. She advised both suspects left in a 2016 Ford (unknown model). Price of items stolen was listed at $279.