Knox County Sheriff - Sheriff J.J. Jones
Woman Arrested Following Child Abuse Investigation
A Knoxville woman is being held in the Knox County Sheriff’s Detention Facility on a $50,000 bond following a child abuse investigation.
39-year-old Angela L. Fischesserof Victoria Drive in Knoxville was taken into custody by the Knox County Sheriff’s Office without incident on Thursday, July 30th at her home. The arrest came after an investigation conducted by the Knox County Sheriff’s Office Family Crisis Unit led to a grand jury 12-count presentment that included sexual contact with a minor, sexual battery by an authority figure, aggravated statutory rape, and statutory rape by an authority figure.
The KCSO Family Crisis Unit investigates cases involving domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and animal abuse. The unit may be reached at (865) 215-6820 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. After 4:30 p.m. and on weekends, please call (865) 215-2243 for assistance.
Sheriff Jones Promotes Two Officers
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office congratulates Captain Robbie Lawson and Lieutenant Tony Chamberlain on their recent promotions. Captain Lawson has been with the KCSO since February 1995. Lieutenant Chamberlain has been with the KCSO since November 1992.
KCSO Promotes Four Officers
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office congratulates four officers on their recent promotions. Congratulations to Lieutenant Sonny Martin, Lieutenant Steve Parrott, Sergeant Michael Greene, and Sergeant Bobby Law. Lieutenant Martin has been with the KCSO since May 1994, Lieutenant Parrott since July 1992, Sergeant Greene since January 1997, and Sergeant Law since March 1995.
KCSO's 4th Annual Drug Prevention Car/Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet