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You may be wondering how to find the perfect park apartment in Knoxville, Tennessee.

But for one young woman in her early 20s, finding the perfect apartment wasn’t so easy.

Kathy Ann, 24, was born and raised in Park apartments, and she’s since moved to other apartments in the Knoxville area.

She has yet to find a place where she feels comfortable enough to call home.

“I’m not the type of person who stays in a big place like a hotel room, but I’m really comfortable with the environment and the neighborhood around me,” she said.

Kathy is now looking to get into an apartment in an apartment complex in downtown Knoxville.

According to her, she feels like an independent person, and not the person she was in her teens and early 20ies.

The park apartments is located at 498-2200 Highway 59, across from Knoxville State University.

It is located in the park across from the University of Tennessee campus.

The apartment is located on the ground floor.

Park apartments has a total of four apartments.

We got a look at the four apartments and they were all great, but there are some areas that I want to see improvements in and some areas I want more space for, so we will see,” Kathy said.

Kathleen, who is single, has had a rough year.

She was kicked out of her apartment because she has been late to work three times.

In October, Kathy was arrested for allegedly breaking into the apartment where she lives and stealing items.

The property was also burglarized a week earlier.

She pleaded guilty to theft and was sentenced to six months in jail.

In November, Kathy’s mother reported her missing.

She hasn’t been heard from since.

When Kathy returned home from work, her apartment was ransacked.

Police found her purse and the stolen items.

On Friday, she was arrested again, this time for allegedly stealing more items.

She has been charged with felony theft and a violation of a court order.

If convicted of these crimes, Kathy could face up to five years in prison.

This is just the latest in a string of burglaries and break-ins in Knox County.

Police say they’ve also seen some burglars break into apartment buildings in Knox, Nashville, Memphis and the Southwestern United States.

They also say there are several thefts of other people’s belongings.

Authorities say they have no idea why Kathy went missing.