KCSO reports

• At 11:35 p.m., Friday, June 11, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to a North Campbell Station Road address for a disturbance. Officer reported observing an eventual arrestee step from a silver Saturn sedan, which matched a suspect vehicle report. “When exiting the vehicle a green and white object fell from his lap to the ground,” the report stated. “It was later discovered to be a marijuana pipe with burnt residue in the bowl.” Eventual arrestee stumbled from the vehicle and appeared very unsteady on his feet, while a “very strong odor of marijuana” was coming from the vehicle. “When making contact I observed” (detainee) had urinated on himself and had a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person … very glassy eyes, slurred speech and mussed clothes,” the report further stated. Eventual arrestee said he had last consumed two beers around 9:30 p.m., and smoked marijuana last around 2:30 p.m. Deputy conducted the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. Eventual arrestee performed poorly and was deemed unfit to operate a motorized vehicle. Upon a records check, it was discovered he does have a history of DUI convictions, the last being in 2011. Detainee was then placed in custody and Mirandized, then transported to Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility. Upon a search of arrestee’s vehicle, a clear baggy containing 5.26 grams of a green leaf-like substance appearing to be marijuana was located. The marijuana pipe was turned into the property lockers at Knox County Jail. The green leaf-like substance appearing to be marijuana was turned into the Narcotics Locker at the jail.

• At 6:16 p.m., Friday, June 11, a KCSO deputy responded to a Winmont Turn address for reports of a hit-and-run. Deputy spoke with victim/property owner, who said a Door Dash company vehicle damaged the railroad tie lining his driveway before fleeing the scene, but was unsure of the suspect vehicle and did not know anything about the Door Dash driver. Victim said he was trying to get into touch with Door Dash to get information on the individual who damaged his property. Goldman estimated the damage to be about $700.

• At 11:57 a.m., Thursday, June 10, a KCSO unit responded to a report of fraud at Home Federal Bank, 10686 Parkside Drive. Victim said a man who stated his name was “Andrew” had contacted her via telephone informing her that she had won $2 million from the Publisher’s Clearing House Sweepstakes. Suspect informed her she owed $15,000 in “processing fees.” Suspect said he would meet her at her bank so she could withdraw the money. Bank staff notified police upon finding out why victim was withdrawing such a large sum. A KCSO detective was notified.

• At 8:48 a.m., June 10, a KCSO unit responded to an East Kingsgate Road residence for reports of lost/stolen items. Complainant said she just moved to this address and found an iPhone and bank card next to a tree in her yard. Complainant was unable to make contact with the victim. Property was taken to Knox County Jail property lockers.

• At 11:32 a.m., June 10, a complainant called KCSO North Precinct to file a report on an attempted forgery of a check at First Horizon Bank, 11685 Parkside Drive. She advised a known suspect attempted to deposit a forged check on the victim’s business for $2,469.44. She advised the suspect used his driver’s license when attempting to deposit the forged check. Complainant was going to check if the bank had video of this incident. The check was not cashed or deposited.