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KNOX COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Sept. 11

  • A complainant called to report a suspicious vehicle and individual walking around various locations on their campground. Maintenance at the campground made contact with the suspicious individual and reported the person became belligerent and left the premises. Deputies responded. The complainant then followed the individual in his vehicle and advised Danville Police shots were fired from the suspect's vehicle. Danville police made a traffic stop on the suspect's vehicle on Market St. Deputies assisted in the stop but were unable to determine if shots had been fired from the vehicle. No firearm was found in the vehicle or the surrounding area. The suspect was trespassed from the campground. A report was completed for documentation.
  • The complainant contacted the KCSO in reference to her brother-in-law who she believed was in danger of harming himself and possibly others. The complainant said her brother-in-law had recently attempted suicide and he was going through a mental health crisis. A Be On The Lookout was issued for the individual to check on his welfare. A report was made to document the incident.
  • The victim reported money had been stolen from her Social Security account. A report was filed. The incident is under investigation.

Sept. 12

  • Two deputies responded to an abandoned house on Hyatt Rd. With the permission of the key holder they entered the residence and cleared it The deputies did not located anyone in the residence.
  • A deputy was dispatched to the area of Sycamore and Burtnett roads for cows hit in the roadway. The deputy arrived on the scene and spoke with the owner of the two cows. Photographs were taken at the scene. Several other cows were at large and were located by the property owner. Deputies patrolled the area but were unable to locate the vehicle that struck the cows.

Sept. 13

  • The complainant reported someone had done donuts in a vehicle on his parking lot during the night of Sept. 12, 2020. A report was taken on the complainant's behalf.
  • The complainant reported someone entered his apartment on Wooster Rd. and stole cash from his wallet and change bucket. The burglary is currently under investigation.
  • Deputies were dispatched to New Delaware Rd. for a vandalism complaint. Deputies arrived on the scene and identified the complainant. The complainant had an active warrant out of Richland County. Deputies completed the vandalism investigation and arrested the complainant, Shelby M. Smith-Keen, for the outstanding warrant. Richland County advised they were unable to relay Smith-Keen so she was transported to Knox County Jail and released to jail staff.

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