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KCSO Searching for Missing North Knox County Man

Friday, 05 February 2016

The Knox County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing North Knox County man. 36-year-old Jason Edward Duggin was last seen on Friday January 29, 2016 around 7:00 p.m. at his house on Meadowbrook Circle in North Knox County. He was driving a silver 2002 two door Honda Accord with a spoiler, with a Tennessee license plate of R06 32K. He was supposed to be on his way to a local gas station to meet an unknown person and return home.

Duggin goes by the nickname "Antioch" and is a white male with brown hair and hazel eyes. He is 5'9", 180 pounds, and has a scar on the right side of his head that should be easily visible. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Knox County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit at (865) 215-2243.



Female Passenger in Fiery Crash Dies

Thursday, 04 February 2016

The woman who was a passenger in a speeding car that crashed into a tree and caught fire Thursday night in North Knox County has died.  She is identified as 28 year old Sarah Howe of Luttrell.   She was airlifted to U.T. Medical Center after the 7:30 crash where she later died.  The driver, 28 year old Harlen Virgil Ferguson, also known as Harley Martin, from Luttrell, is being treated at U.T. Medical Center.  Officers now believe that Howe was not ejected from the vehicle, but opened the door and fell out of the car.  The speeding car was spotted on Emory Road and crashed at 7616 Bell Road.  This was not a police pursuit.  The investigation is continuing and charges are pending.



Speeding Ends in Fiery Crash

Wednesday, 03 February 2016

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an incident of a speeding car that ended in a fiery crash at 7616 Bell Road and sent two people to the hospital.  Officers observed a KIA being driven at a high rate of speed on Emory Road shortly after 7:30 Wednesday night.  The car went over the double yellow lines and headed to Brown Gap Road, then turned on Bell Road where the driver lost control, hit a tree and the car caught fire.  The female passenger was ejected from the car.  She was transported by Lifestar to U.T. Medical Center.  Officers were able to get the male driver out of the car.  He was transported to U.T .by Rural Metro.  Names are not available at this time.  Charges are pending.



Minor Injuries Reported in West Knox County School Bus Wreck

Wednesday, 03 February 2016
The Knox County Sheriff's Office is investigating a crash involving a school bus in West Knox County. According to the initial investigation, a car was stopped at the intersection of Cedar Bluff Road and Dutchtown Road around 3:32 p.m. on Wednesday. Bus 114 from Cedar Bluff Elementary School was traveling southbound on Cedar Bluff Road when it made a left turn, struck the car, and went down an embankment. 11 children on the bus had minor injuries. Three of the 11 were transported to East Tennessee Children's Hospital by Rural Metro. The bus driver was not injured. The driver of the car had minor injuries. No citations have been issued and no arrests have been made. All parents with children on the bus have been notified.



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