• At 1:28 p.m., Thursday, June 9, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit was dispatched to the T-Mobile store along Parkside Drive for a disturbance call. Complainant/victim said “an unknown older white female with blonde hair, blue eyes, wearing a gray shirt caused a disturbance inside the store,” a KCSO report stated.

Victim said she asked the unknown suspect “to leave the store, but the suspect refused.” Victim called 911, and the unknown suspect “threw a calculator toward the victim while she was on the phone with dispatch. The calculator struck the wall near the victim and broke into pieces. Victim was recording video on her cellphone during the disturbance of the suspect. The unknown suspect was seen on video walking toward a gray and orange Nissan. The victim (said) she saw a large Trump sticker on the back window of the vehicle as it drove away.” Value of the calculator was listed at $10.

At 2:02 p.m., later that day, an officer located a Nissan Kick, grey and orange in color with a large Trump sticker on the back window, in the parking lot of a Parkside Drive business. “The driver … had blonde hair and blue eyes, wearing a grey shirt sitting in the driver’s seat,” the report stated. Arrestee confirmed she was inside the T-Mobile store “and openly admitted to throwing the calculator.” Arrestee said she “waited over an hour inside the store for help. An argument occurred between the arrestee and the victim over replacing arrestee’s cellphone.” Arrestee was issued misdemeanor citations for vandalism and simple assault, with a booking date of June 23. Arrestee was issued a criminal trespass warning for all T-Mobile stores.

• At 11:09 a.m., June 9, a victim filed a report regarding a theft, which occurred at a Singing Hills Point residence. According to the victim, between May 26 and June 4, person(s) unknown obtained her business American Express Card number and ordered items online. Victim said the order showed the delivery address. She said the first charge was Thursday, May 26, with Build.com in the amount of $657.52. The second charge was Friday, June 3, with Apple.com for a computer valued more than $1,000, and the third charge was Saturday, June 4, with Build.com again, valued at $1,574.83.

According to the victim, the first charge May 26 was processed and the order was delivered. Victim said she has a notification set-up on her American Express card to alert her when a charge is made for $1,000 or more. According to the victim, she was able to cancel both of those orders before they were processed.