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KCSO Arrests Man for Exposing Himself to Juveniles

Friday, 13 April 2012

On Thursday, shortly after 2:00 p.m., detectives with the Major Crimes Unit of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man who has been exposing himself to juveniles. 40-year-old Allen Lee Hammock of 8100 Shelton Road in Corryton was arrested on Thursday without incident at 441 Fox Den Drive where he works as a landscaper.

On April 3, the KCSO received a report of a white male in a red Ford Ranger that had exposed himself to two juveniles while they were waiting for the school bus on Dante Road at Amberfield Lane in North Knox County. The KCSO Major Crimes detectives say that the victims involved in this incident were instrumental in solving this case.

Hammock was charged with two counts of soliciting sexual exploitation of a minor with a bond set at a total of $150,000.00. Hammock has a criminal history in Knox County including simple possession and indecent exposure.

If anyone has information concerning similar incidents, they are asked to contact the Knox County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Division at 215-2243.



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