KCSO policereports

• At 10:09 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 14, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to Quality Inn and Suites along Campbell Station for reports of a suicide attempt of a guest in a room. Victim said he was depressed and relapsed on Monday, Nov. 9, and he woke up Saturday morning and no longer wanted to be alive. He then proceeded to take five or six Propanenol and six Trazadone in an attempt to end his life. Victim was transported, by ambulance, to Parkwest Medical Center for further evaluation.

• At 2:26 a.m., Nov. 14, a KCSO unit responded to Oak Ridge Highway address due to a disturbance. Upon arrival, officer observed the victim banging on the front door of a trailer. When officer approached victim, she appeared to be lost and unsure of common knowledge information such as name, date of birth and address. Officer was finally able to get enough information to figure out her full name and a possible address. Officer was able to locate the victim’s daughter’s address and advised her in person of the situation. Victim was transported by AMR to Parkwest Medical Center.

• On Friday, Nov. 13, officers were made aware of the presence of a male suspect/eventual arrestee at Pilot, 10361Kingston Pike, who had several outstanding warrants out of Knox County. At 7:25 a.m. officers made contact with the suspect in front of the business. A records check revealed the suspect to have three outstanding warrants. Arrestee was transported to Knox County Detention Facility.