Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Knoxville, Tennessee. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Knoxville Tennessee Police Station Address: 800 Howard Baker Jr Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37915, United States

2 hours ago
@Knoxville_PD Officer Jay Williams is on @Joy620WRJZ talking about being shot in the line of duty during a January traffic stop and being awarded the Purple Heart. https://t.co/L2IL6BtZt0

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22 hours ago
Condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Kingsport Tennessee Police Officer Sean Cornett, who died suddenly while on vacation. We thank him and his family for his many years of service and sacrifice to policing and service to others. https://t.co/CjvZlF8cvH

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1 day ago
A very quick response by our brothers and sisters at the @KnoxvilleFire when one of our patrol officers spotted a fire this evening at Knoxville College while patrolling their beat. https://t.co/irvyyc757b

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2 days ago
@lnizinski32 DUI related crashes claim the lives of thousands of innocent people each year. If you drive under the influence in Knoxville, you will be held fully accountable.

3 days ago
Students from Redemption School of Worship provided KPD officers with snacks, thank you cards, and wished officers a safe shift as they left roll call this afternoon. Thank you students! We appreciate you! https://t.co/3jS87R9MYi

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4 days ago
UPDATE: Both the vehicle and driver from the crash on Western Avenue that left a boat blocking the roadway have been located. Thank you all for sharing and providing information!

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KPD Seeks Public’s Assistance In Identifying Credit Union Robbery Suspect

On Friday, April 13, 2018, at approximately 2:20 p.m., officers responded to a robbery at the Enrichment Credit Union at Kingston Pike and Cedar Bluff Road. The suspect entered the bank armed with a handgun and demanded money from a teller. The employee complied with the demands of the suspect. After receiving an undetermined amount of cash the suspect fled the credit union.

The suspect is described as a white male in his 50’s and weighing about 170 pounds. He was wearing a green shirt and khaki pants. If you have information on this robbery or can identify this suspect, please call the Knoxville Police Department’s crime information line at 865-215-7212. Callers can remain anonymous. Anonymous tip can also be submitted on our Facebook page @KnoxvillePD

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Knoxville Police Department – TN23 hours ago

Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch has officially submitted his application to be the next Director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI). Chief Rausch has a combined twenty-nine years of government service and law enforcement experience, having served four years in the United States Army and twenty-five years at the Knoxville Police Department. The TBI director’s position provides a unique opportunity in which Chief Rausch believes he can make a positive impact on law enforcement throughout the state.

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Sequoyah Elementary Students Donate Money, Books, and Stuffed Animals to Help Their Community

This morning Sequoyah Elementary 4th grade students presented books, stuffed animals, crayons, and coloring books to the Knoxville Police Department’s Special Crimes Unit to help children who have had to seek help due to violence in their home. These gifts will allow the children an opportunity to play while their parent seeks assistance to escape their unsafe situation.

In addition, the students raised and donated $700.00 to KPD’s Chaplain Corps. This money will also help those in our community who are suffering and have a tremendous need for assistance.

KPD thanks all the students and staff for these precious gifts and for giving back to their community.
Sequoyah Elementary Foundation Sequoyah Elementary Knox County Schools

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Knoxville Police Department – TN3 days ago

UPDATE: KPD Seeks Witnesses to Fatal Motorcycle Crash; Victim Identified

The investigation into the fatal motorcycle crash continues. Investigators are still seeking witnesses to the Saturday morning crash. If you witnessed the crash, please call the Knoxville Police Department’s Traffic Services Unit at 865-215-8638.

The victim has been identified as:
Michael Lawson (Fatal – Motorcycle Operator)
DOB: 6-15-70
Seymour, TN address
Lawson was operating a 2004 Honda CBR.

Vehicle #2
2014 Nissan Altima
Amy Hill
DOB: 9-16-89
Corryton, TN address

Vehicle #3
2005 Honda
Jamie Hutchinson
DOB: 12-22-66
Sevierville, TN address

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Knoxville Police Department – TN4 days ago

KPD Seeks Witnesses to Fatal Motorcycle Crash

On Saturday, April 14, 2018, at approximately 11:23 a.m., Knoxville Police Department Officers responded to a traffic crash in the 6300 hundred block of Chapman Highway. At least 3 vehicles were involved in the accident.

A motorcycle was northbound on Chapman Highway in the left lane when the motorcycle traveled into the southbound lanes. Once it crossed into the southbound lanes it struck another vehicle head on. The driver of the motorcycle sustained fatal injuries.

Officers are currently investigating the cause of the accident. The name of the victim is being withheld until proper notifications can be made.

Fatal Accident Investigators believe the crash may have been witnessed by additional motorists in the area at the time of the crash. If you witnessed the crash please call the Traffic Services Unit at 865-215-8638.

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Knoxville Police Department – TN5 days ago

‪KPD is searching for a red Ford Explorer or Chevy Blazer that fled after crashing while pulling this boat on Western Avenue near Ball Camp Pike. If you witnessed the crash or have information on the suspect’s vehicle, please call 911. ‬

UPDATE: Both the vehicle and driver were located at about 8 p.m., thank you all for sharing and providing information.