Caller reports her 'body parts' were stolen
Aug 14, 2013 at 12:26 PM
The blotter is derived from recent central dispatch records and incident reports of area police agencies.Kingsport Police DepartmentAug. 12Police were alerted to a disturbance at an apartment on Claremont Avenue, where a responding officer could hear a woman inside screaming, "I'll kill you." The residents, who are dating, each emitted a strong odor of alcohol when interviewed. The woman said the man hit her twice in the face; he said she had struck him in the head with a cup. Both claimed they acted in self-defense. Both were arrested for domestic assault.A warrant was served on a resident of Oakland Street, charging him with ID theft, forgery and felony theft. He reportedly stole four checks from his father, cashing them in for more than $1,500.Sullivan County Sheriff's OfficeAug. 5Police were called over an 11-year-old Kingsport girl refusing to go to school. Forty minutes later, dispatch relayed that she "is a fighter... it took two officers to get her to school."During a dispute over a banana tree and a shovel, one Bluff City neighbor threatened to blow another's head off.A parent told police that their daughter, 15, was "sneaking out" to see a teenage boy "on house arrest."Aug. 9Dispatch was alerted to a woman at a Kingsport residence who "keeps trying to fight everyone ... hit many people."Aug. 10A resident of Bristol Caverns Highway alerted police to a possible theft in progress. He said a pair of "younger guys" in a pickup truck were going up and down the road with a fish net, attempting to catch his neighbor's roosters and chickens. When police arrived, the suspects had already left the area.Hawkins County Sheriff's OfficeAug. 9A Rogersville woman reported vandalism and trespassing, as "someone" has been camping in her backyard, and screws are missing from an air conditioner.Aug. 10A Mooresburg man called police on his neighbor, saying they hadn't returned a weedeater he let them borrow five days prior.Aug. 11A Whitesburg woman, 75, told police that her son had received two harassing text messages. The sender allegedly claimed to be a loan company attempting to repossess his car. When contacted by police, the suspect said he'd stop sending the messages and that he was just "trying to play a joke on her son."A deputy was called to the Dollar General in Church Hill, where a woman claimed to have been followed to the business by a neighbor. While at the store, the neighbor threatened to have the complainant's son, 11, expelled for, "spreading rumors at school." Meanwhile, the suspect told police she was just trying to have a "mother to mother conversation." The responding officer took no action.