On the Christmas wishlist for one Cannon County resident was to replace broken dishes and glassware. Last Thursday, Cannon County Sheriff Deputy Seth Perry was dispatched to a Seals Hollow Road residence in reference to a break in. According to police reports, upon arrival, Deputy Perry spoke with Mr. James Furguson. Mr. Furguson returned home and found that his home had been entered and his cabinets containing dishes and other glassware had been turned over and broken. A red couch was also slashed with a knife and some plants in a pot had been dumped onto the floor. When he returned home, he found the doors had been locked back and the only way that was possible was with a key. Furguson stated that he had been in a relationship with John Olesky and that it had ended badly. The only person that had a key to the residence was Olesky and stated that he might currently be in Kentucky. Deputy Perry obtained a written statement from Furguson and photographed the scene.