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Here We Go Again!

Wednesday, 25 February 2015

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is again on a snow plan, which means officers are only responding to life threatening incidents.  The back roads are still dangerous and drivers are urged to stay at home if possible.  In the event of a wreck without injury, KCSO asks that drivers exchange information.

 

 

Don't Get Out

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is on a snow plan, which means officers are responding to emergencies only.   Sheriff Jimmy “J.J.” Jones urges everyone to stay off the roads.  In the event of a wreck without injury, drivers should exchange information.

 

 

Fatal Fire Most Likely Caused by Wood Stove

Saturday, 21 February 2015

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office Fire Investigation Unit has determined that Thursday's Keck Road fatal fire was accidental and appears to have started in the vicinity of the wood stove.  Investigators cannot confirm exactly how the fire started due to the amount of damage surrounding the wood stove. 

The Knox County Medical Examiner’s Office determined that all three victims died from smoke inhalation. 

 

 

Fatal Fire Investigation Continues

Friday, 20 February 2015
The investigation continues in the Keck Road fatal fire. According to Sheriff Jimmy "J.J." Jones, "At this time, there is no indication of any foul play." Investigators have been on the scene today and as soon as more information becomes available, it will be placed on the website and Facebook.

 

 

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