• At 9:13 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 10, an officer was dispatched to a North Campbell Station Road address in regards to a traffic accident at the stoplight of Snyder Road and Campbell Station Road. “Suspect/arrestee said the accident was her fault,” having rear-ended the other party, “causing damage to both vehicles,” the report stated. “While talking with the suspect, I could smell a scent that I associate with an alcoholic beverage coming from her person.
“The arrestee also had slurred and slowed speech. The arrestee was also unstable on her feet. The arrestee admitted that she did drink a bottle of wine five hours prior to the incident,” the report added. “I then attempted to conduct a standard field sobriety test.
“I was able to complete only one of the three standard test due to the arrestee refusing to listen to instructions. During the walk and turn test the arrestee would not, after I gave her multiple examples and instructions, complete the test.
“Arrestee was put in wrist restraints and placed in the back of the patrol car. I then read the arrestee implied consent, but the arrestee refused to provide a blood sample.” Arrestee was transported to Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility.
• At 1:23 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 9, an officer was dispatched to 11717 Campbell Lakes Drive, Quality Inn and Suites, for a disturbance call. The hotel had an issue with an unknown customer regarding lost property that was disposed of, due to the customer not returning for months. Owner wanted to surrender a Toshiba laptop computer and an iPhone, which was placed into lost and found, to law enforcement. He does not know who owns the items. Both items are valued around $50 each and will be dropped off at KCSO property lockers.
• At 11:33 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 11, a victim called Knox County Sheriff’s Office to file a report regarding a theft at a Pony Express Drive address. Between midnight and 6 a.m., Sunday,” person(s) unknown stole victim’s utility trailer from his side yard. Victim described the trailer as a 6-by-12-foot flatbed with rails, drop-down tailgate, black in color and wood bed rotted in the middle and front,” the report stated.
“Victim said he purchased the trailer from a seller online and doesn’t have any paperwork. He also couldn’t advise a year, make or VIN number. Victim said if he can locate the person he purchased it from, he would contact him to see if he can provide the information on the trailer.” Victim said a neighbor across the street has an outside camera, which is pointed toward his property. Total value of loss was listed at $2,000.