KCSO reports

• At 10:05 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 11, Knox County Sheriff Office units were dispatched to a Stone Vista Lane residence in reference to a domestic disturbance. Officers made contact with the victim, who advised her husband (suspect/eventual arrestee) had began an argument and chased her through the home. Victim said he “was extremely intoxicated and becomes angry when he drinks,” the report stated.

Victim said her husband called to her from the downstairs of the home, finding him on the floor with a door on top of him. Victim said she helped him up from the floor, at which time he began to yell that she does not care for him.

Victim said she began to walk away, but her husband “followed her through the home screaming at her,” the report stated. Victim said she retreated to her bedroom, at which time suspect/eventual arrestee attempted to enter the bedroom as she attempted to close the door, physically pushing against the door while her husband was attempting to push through the door into the room.

Victim said he told her, “’I’m going to get you,’ which she perceived to be a threat and placed her in fear,” the report stated. Victim was able to close the door and call 911.

Officers spoke with her husband, “who we observed to be extremely intoxicated and agitated,” the report stated. Suspect originally told officers he fell down the stairs and was upset the victim did not believe he fell when she came downstairs. He said the couple argued at this time, but he denied chasing his wife through the home.

Suspect/eventual arrestee later told officers he “followed” his wife to the kitchen as the two were arguing. He “was verbally aggressive with both officers and the victim throughout our investigation,” the report stated.

“Due to the inconsistencies in the husband’s story and his aggression toward officers and the victim,” officers determined he was “the primary aggressor,” the report further stated.

Arrrestee was transported to Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility without incident. Victim was given a blue card and verbally advised of her rights.

• At 7:44 p.m., Dec. 11, officers responded to Premier Eyecare, 11111 Kingston Pike, in reference to a possible burglary in progress. The caller was a passerby who noticed the glass door of the business was shattered.

“It should be noted that officers were dispatched to Premier Eyecare about 20 minutes prior, but the address provided to the dispatch center by the alarm company was wrong, therefore officers could not locate the alarm,” the report stated.

Upon arrival, officers found the side glass door of the business shattered. Officers cleared the scene with no signs of the suspect(s). The suspect(s) rummaged through the business, eyeglasses were scattered across the floor and some were hanging down on the wall. KCSO #X- Ray 7 processed the scene. There were some muddy footprints by the entry/exit point.

Business owner advised he has security cameras and will try to get some footage for the detectives along with the inventory of the stolen items. Total value of loss was listed at $8,000.

• At 12:53 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 8, a complainant called KCSO North Precinct to report fraudulent use of her credit card at Panda Express, 11480 Parkside Drive. She advised an unknown suspect used her Capital One Credit Card at the listed location for around $30.

She advised she contacted Capital One because she saw the fraudulent charge. “They advised her the transaction was made in person,” the report stated. “She is unsure how this was done since she was in possession of the credit card at the time of the fraudulent charge.”

She did advise another fraudulent charge was made in person at Dick’s Sporting Goods, 221 N. Peters Road. “I did advise her that charge was made in the Knoxville Police Department’s jurisdiction,” the officer stated in the report.

She was given the contact information for them to file a report. Total amount of loss was listed at $30.

• At 7:56 a.m., Monday, Dec. 5, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report his 2018 Subaru Forester was vandalized at Holiday Inn, 816 N. Campbell Station Road. Complainant advised he noticed his back window and driver’s side window shattered by an unknown object.

There were no known suspects at the time of this report. Estimated value of damage was listed at $2,500.