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• Sept. 20: A Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy reported that he was flagged down by a citizen who reported that a man was standing in the roadway on North Campbell Station Road. The citizen stated the man was demanding money from motorists, and yelling and cursing at them. The officer stated he located the suspect in the roadway near I-40/75. When the officer approached the suspect, he detected an odor of alcohol. The officer observed the suspect was obviously intoxicated and refused to identify himself. Fearing for the suspect’s safety, the officer arrested the suspect for public intoxication. Upon searching the victim, the officer reported confiscating a pocket knife and a set of brass knuckles from the suspect’s pocket.

• Sept. 20: After receiving several complaints about an intoxicated driver in the Watt Road area, officers investigated and found the suspect in the driver’s seat of a vehicle with its motor running in the parking lot of the BP fueling station. The suspect was noted as being very unsteady on her feet with red, watery eyes and a strong odor of alcohol on her person. The suspect was unable to complete a field sobriety test. The vehicle matched the description of the BOLO’d vehicle. The suspect, a Old Emery Road woman, was arrested for DUI. The arrestee also had a 20-month-old child with her resulting in a charge of reckless endangerment. The defendant also refused to submit to a blood test, resulting in a violation of implied consent charge.

• Sept. 21: Police responded to a vehicle accident on Admiral Road. Upon arrivals the suspect, a Dundee Road man, admitted to having had a beer, but could not complete a field sobriety tests due to back problems and knee surgery. Officers noted, the suspect had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage upon his breath and person. The suspect’s eyes were red and watery. The suspect was noted as being unsteady on his feet and that his speech was slurred. The man was arrested and charged with DUI.

• Sept. 21: Officers responded to a Red Mill Lane address on a domestic call. Upon arrival, the victim stated that the suspect came to his residence to let the victim see their one-month-old child. The victim stated he was leaning into the car window to kiss the baby goodbye when the suspect put the car in reverse and rolled over the victim’s foot as she was backing up. The victim refused medical attention and was advised of his rights. The suspect was gone upon officer’s arrival.

• Sept. 21: A Quarry Road man reported to police that several items had been removed from his vehicle while it was parked at Willow Creek Golf Course. The victim is unsure of whether or not the vehicle was locked. An employee of the golf course was able to provide the victim with a vehicle description and person description of two suspicious males that were parked beside the victim’s vehicle.

• Sept. 21: A Twin Cove Circle woman advised police that she had lost her vehicle license plate in the Lovell Road area.

• Sept. 22: A Campbell Station Road woman reported to police that she lost her credit card. The victim stated she had canceled the card.


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