The blotter is derived from recent central dispatch records and incident reports of area police agencies.
Sullivan County Sheriff's Office
A caller from Weaver Pike reported hearing a car horn blowing for approximately three minutes. When he walked outside to check on the commotion, another man allegedly told him to "Shut the F up" and get back in his house. The complainant said that this sort of activity, "goes on everyday."
A Kingsport teen reportedly threatened a schoolmate, angry because his pregnant girlfriend had cheated on him.
Police were asked to check on a coke bottle that had "exploded in a mailbox."
A BOLO was issued for a "young male driver" who was traveling at a high rate of speed on Newland Avenue, and in the process, "nearly ran over several juveniles."
Police were alerted to an "elementary age" girl walking along Moreland Drive, while a vehicle followed close behind with its hazard lights blinking.
A Piney Flats man told dispatch that his wife had "gone off the deep end" and is in, "a state of rage."
A Kingsport resident reported their 9-year-old daughter was missing. Two minutes later they relayed that the girl had been found, she was at a neighbor's home.
A caller alerted dispatch to, "boys running through the neighborhood yelling cuss words."
A Kingsport woman wanted police to check the area around her home, after she had located a suspicious, "box spring next to the fence."
Police arrested a Bristol man during a domestic disturbance. While officers were investigating the incident he began cursing, telling them that the next time they came to get him they, "would need the SWAT team."
In Bloomingdale a woman was reportedly "fussing" with a man. A description of the angry woman that was provided to central dispatch: "Out on the porch naked."
A Lone Star Road resident called police on her neighbor's children, saying they were "throwing things" at her kids.
Hawkins County Sheriff's Office
A Church Hill woman accused people of calling her to say "rude things." She said they also trespassed late at night, knocking on her windows and doors.
A Rogersville man returned home to find that "someone" had poured "something" all over his truck. The officer's report notes an unknown "brown, sticky substance over the windshield, hood and fenders."
Kingsport Police Department
A motorist on Airport Parkway alerted police to a possible assault, saying she had spotted a woman, "turn around and run over a man." She said the man was knocked out of the roadway and onto the grass, with her unsure of his condition.
A Dodge pickup on West Stone Drive was "all over the road," according to a caller, while the passenger was, "mooning other drivers."
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