KCSO reports

• At 6:06 p.m., Sunday, July 10, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to a Rebel Pass address in reference to child custody issues. Complainant said he was to pick up his son from the suspect per court-signed parenting plan. Complainant said he received a text stating he could not have his son until Monday, July 11. “I observed the parenting plan stating that the parents exchange their son every Friday with special instructions allowing an extension during the summer,” the report stated. Suspect was not on scene when officers arrived.

• At 4:56 a.m., Saturday, July 9, an officer conducted a traffic stop on a 2008 Honda Accord. Vehicle “had been traveling west on Kingston Pike and was swerving from the shoulder on the right side of the road into the oncoming lanes of travel,” the report stated. “The car immediately stopped in the turn lane at Kingston Pike at Old Stage Road once I activated my emergency equipment. The driver … leaned out the driver-side window and said, ‘I’m sorry ma’am.’” Officer reported instructing the suspect “to stay where he was, but he did not comply; (he) put the car into drive and began to flee west on Kingston Pike (then) pulled into the parking lot at 11915 Kingston Pike.

“Upon making it to the far northwest corner, (suspect) bailed from the vehicle and ran on foot west toward the wood line,” the report stated. Suspect “failed to put the car in park and it rolled into a bench on the property, causing damage to the front bumper. … a K9 track was conducted. … A records check revealed (suspect) was driving on a revoked license. Sutherland Avenue Towing towed the vehicle, and a hold was placed on it. Warrants will be placed on file for fleeing, evading and driving on a revoked license.

• At 3:25 p.m., Friday, July 8, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a theft from a Newport Road residence. Victim advised the suspect took her credit card from her purse and has made $4,000 worth of purchases.

Victim said she knew who had taken the card based off what was purchased, and no one else would have had access to her credit card. Complainant said she contacted the bank and filed a claim, and they informed her on July 8 she would need to file a police report.