On July 12, 2021 at approximately 12:30 PM, Kingsport Police Patrol Officers were called to Hunter Wright Stadium, located at 800 Granby Road in Kingsport, to stand by while team management dismissed a Kingsport Axmen baseball player, Matthew T. Taylor, from the team and banned him from the premises. Mr. Taylor was allowed to collect his personal belongings and then left the facility without incident.
Approximately an hour and a half later, K.P.D. was called back to the stadium in reference to threats made by the same individual. Further investigation by responding Officers and Detectives revealed that Mr. Taylor had sent messages, via a social media application, in which he had threatened to kill multiple people at the Kingsport Axmen game scheduled for that evening.
Mr. Taylor’s actions naturally resulted in people being placed in reasonable fear of serious injury or death and the game scheduled for that evening, and ultimately the game scheduled for the following evening, being canceled by team management out of an abundance of caution.
Later that afternoon, Officers located Mr. Taylor at a residence in Sullivan County and placed him under arrest. He was transported to the Kingsport Justice Center where he was charged with False Reporting (Class C Felony) and Harassment. He was processed and confined in the Kingsport City Jail but has since been released after posting a $25,000 bond.
This remains an active investigation by the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division; therefore, no additional information can or will be released at this time. Any inquiries regarding the Kingsport Axmen baseball team should be directed to that organization.
Kewanee Police arrested a Kewanee woman last week after she reportedly stabbed another woman.
At approximately 11:17 p.m. last Wednesday, officers were dispatched to 523 West Fifth Street for a report of a female being stabbed by another female inside of the residence. Upon arrival officers made contact with individuals in the residence and located a female subject that had been stabbed in the lower leg with a pair of scissors. The victim was transported to OSF Saint Luke’s Medical Center by the Kewanee Fire Department. The stabbing victim was treated and later released by the hospital staff.
Officers located the 28-year-old female suspect in an upstairs bedroom. She was placed under arrest and transported to the Kewanee Police Department for the preliminary charges of aggravated battery and domestic battery. She also had a valid Henry County warrant for failure to register as a sex offender and was later transported to the Henry County Jail.
On July 1, the suspects was formally charged with aggravated battery (Class 3 Felony), domestic battery (Class A Misdemeanor), and failure to register under the sex offender registration act (Class 2 Felony). The Class 2 Felony carries a potential sentence of 3-7 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. Her bond was set at $175,000 for all charges. She is set to have a preliminary hearing on July 12th, 2021 at 1:00 pm at the Henry County Courthouse.
Galva police arrest 4 after fight
Galva police announced last week that it had arrested four men who were involved in a fight in the 300 bock of Main Street on May 15.
The victim of the altercation suffered a broken jaw in several places as well as other injuries.
GPD says the warrants were issued and arrests made after reviewing video footage and through several suspect interviews. Three Galva men and one Kewanee man were arrested and charged with battery and aggravated battery.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - Coy Lee Tucker, a Knoxville Police Department School Resource Officer, was arrested on August 14 for aggravated stalking, according to a police report.
Tucker was charged for aggravated stalking due to repeated and continued harassment of his estranged wife.
Tucker reportedly repeatedly committed unconsented contact with his wife by following, approaching, and confronting her in public and private locations, appearing at her place of work and residence, entering her property, and contacting her via cellphone and electronic communications that contained threatening language, officials stated.
According to the report, Tucker sent 59 text messages on July 7, including 45 after his wife told him to stop unless it pertained to their children.
On July 7, Tucker entered Crossfit First Creek where the victim worked then reportedly cussed and threw items at her, a report stated.
KPD told WVLT that Tucker is an active employee who was assigned as an SRO at West High School last school year. The SRO position has since been filled with another officer, officials stated.
KPD said they were aware of the arrest and Tucker, who has been with the department since 2008, is currently out on paid administrative leave and his police powers have been taken away.
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