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Blountville porn shoot prompts criminal summons

May 16th, 2013 1:59 pm by Rain Smith

Blountville porn shoot prompts criminal summons

The blotter is derived from recent central dispatch records and incident reports from area police departments.

Sullivan County Sheriff's Office

May 13

A Kingsport resident claimed someone had been in their house and, "moved things around." They couldn't tell if anything was stolen.

Police were called after a woman picked up her children at a sibling's home, finding her sister was, "on something."

An individual visited the Sheriff's Office to report an incident at Holston Middle School, saying a child was assaulted by an adult following a chorus concert.

May 14

A jar of peanut butter was stolen from a convenience store on Highway 394.

A Blountville man called police on his son, saying he was intoxicated and, "throwing trash all over the yard."

A female was reportedly "pushed out" of a truck on Silver Grove Road. Police responded but didn't locate the woman or the vehicle.

Dispatch was alerted to a pair of suspicious males in Bluff City, driving a vehicle with out of state tags. They were allegedly going door to door and asking, "how many teenage girls live in the house."

A man reported that someone threatened him with a machete on Deck Valley Road, telling him to, "stop yelling at the kids." He said those same children keep knocking on his door, throwing rocks at his windows.

A Blountville resident claimed their neighbor performs in porno — complete with a film name — and had recently shot a video outside of her home. Police were directed to a website where the video had been uploaded, finding the suspect "casually" strolling nude in her driveway. She then fondled herself on the porch while boasting, "a car could drive by any minute...my neighbors know I'm a naughty girl." At one point the unknown videographer panned the camera, according to an incident report, revealing the back of neighboring homes. A criminal summons was obtained for the suspect, charging her with misdemeanor indecent exposure. Police say the charges have since been dropped, as there was no evidence that unsolicited viewers had observed the filming take place.

May 15

Dispatch was called due to an unruly 14-year-old in Kingsport. He had reportedly "torn up the house" and refused get off the computer.

A Bloomingdale area resident requested that police periodically check for speeders along his road. He then advised, "the next time they come flying through, they will have a ball bat through the windshield."

Kingsport Police Department


May 15

An officer located a motorist who had driven into a construction zone on Fordtown Road — getting his Ford Mustang stuck 400 yards past the "Road Closed" sign. He told police he didn't see the barricades blocking the roadway, and hadn't thought about turning around. Police say he lost his balance while watching the officer demonstrate sobriety tests, then performed poorly on those he attempted to perform. He was arrested for DUI.


Hawkins County Sheriff's Office

May 13


Police were called to a Rogersville residence, where a man was reportedly, "drunken, irate and fighting with family members." The suspect admitted to drinking, "only a few beers and a little vodka," was then arrested for disorderly conduct.

A pair of Church Hill residents reported an argument with another man, who eventually sprayed them both in the face with pepper spray. EMS responded to treat both victims, while the suspect had fled.

May 14


At nearly 3 a.m. a Carters Valley Road resident was awakened by a knock on his door. He found an unknown female with no shoes who claimed to have wrecked. A responding officer found her vehicle off the side of the roadway, while the driver didn't know what day it was, how she crashed, or where her shoes were located. She was arrested for DUI.

Police conducted a traffic stop after observing a vehicle cross the fog line on Highway 66 South. The driver admitted to drinking a beer and agreed to do sobriety tests. During the instruction stage he allegedly told the deputy, "I can't do this sober." He was arrested.

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