KCSO reports

• At 9:42 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 29, Knox County Sheriff’s Office units conducted a knock-and-talk investigation at a Campbell Lakes Drive hotel, Room 124, after receiving several drug complaints in regard to this room from a confidential source that eventual arrestee was selling heroin out of the room.

“All subjects were compliant and came out of the room. (Eventual arrestee) started shoving his hands into his pockets and was detained due to his suspicious behavior,” the report stated. One of the officers advised eventual arrestee he just arrested someone for heroin in the same parking lot in an unrelated investigation.

Eventual arrestee provided consent to search his room and said “there may be some needles and baggies in the room,” the report stated. During a search of the room, officers located 5.5 grams of a white substance believed to be heroin located in a plastic container under the sink, a digital scale, several plastic baggies and multiple uncapped and used needles throughout the room. The arrest was made due to the level of information received in regard to eventual arrestee selling heroin out of his room for several days, the room being registered in his name and the illegal narcotics located in the room. He was arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute/resale and possession of drug paraphernalia. Arrestee was transported to Roger D. Wilson Detention facility.

• At 2:50 p.m., Sept. 29, a complainant called KCSO West Precinct to file a theft report at Ingles, 11847 Kingston Pike. Victim advised while she was shopping an unknown suspect stole her wallet out of her buggy when she wasn’t looking. Value of loss was listed at $51.

• At 3:29 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 26, officers responded to a Concord Road address on report of a hit-and-run. Officers spoke to complainant/victim, who said he heard a loud noise around 3 a.m. When he went outside he saw his mailbox, as well as his neighbor’s mailbox, had been damaged by a vehicle. Neither victim could provide a description of the vehicle or driver. Damage to one mailbox was estimated at $250 in the report, and $100 to the other.