KPD e-News Release: Suspect Sought in Scheme Involving Pre-Paid Visa Cards

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: Suspect Sought in Scheme Involving Pre-Paid Visa Cards
DATE: September 18, 2020
CASE #: 20-019339
GENERAL NARRATIVE
Kingsport Police Detectives are attempting to identify a black female suspect who is believed to be responsible for swindling two local store clerks into loading nearly $1,000 in funds onto pre-paid Visa cards without actually paying for either transaction. The suspect was obviously educated on the process of activating and funding the cards and used this knowledge to deceive the clerks.

One of these incidents occurred on September 8, 2020 at approximately 2:00 PM at the Roadrunner Market, located at 101 Hospitality Place in Kingsport, while the other incident occurred on September 9, 2020 at approximately 4:30 PM at Dollar General, located at 1649 East Stone Drive in Kingsport. The suspect is believed to be traveling in a white Audi 4-door sedan, possibly a mid-2000s model.

Photos of the suspect, taken from store surveillance video, have been included in this release, while a clip of the actual footage has also been made available for viewing on the K.P.D. YouTube channel via the link below:

https://youtu.be/FBqllwSzBso

Anyone who recognizes her or the description of her vehicle is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to these or any other cases wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: Kingsport Police Release Surveillance Video in Attempt to Identify Auto Burglary Suspect

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: Kingsport Police Release Surveillance Video in Attempt to Identify Auto Burglary Suspect
DATE: September 18, 2020
CASE #: 20-019050
GENERAL NARRATIVE
On September 5, 2020 at approximately 9:15 PM, nearly $6,000 in personal property (power tools, fishing gear, and clothing) was stolen from where it had been left unsecured in the bed of a pickup truck that was parked in the parking lot of Walmart, located at 3200 Fort Henry Drive in Kingsport.

Surveillance video captured footage of a white male suspect believed to be responsible for the crime. He was traveling in a white Ford Expedition sport utility vehicle, that was driven by a white female accomplice. Photos taken from that footage have been include in this release, while a clip of the actual video has also been made available for viewing on the K.P.D. YouTube channel via the link below:

https://youtu.be/fDzgXbouBxs

Anyone who recognizes either individual or their vehicle is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: Fairview Avenue Crash Involving a Pedestrian Under Investigation by K.P.D. Traffic Unit

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: Fairview Avenue Crash Involving a Pedestrian Under Investigation by K.P.D. Traffic Unit
DATE: September 16, 2020
CASE #: 20-019774
GENERAL NARRATIVE
On September 15, 2020 at approximately 8:20 PM Kingsport Police Patrol Officers responded to a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian in the 1500 block of Fairview Avenue in Kingsport. Due to the serious nature of the crash, the K.P.D. Traffic Unit was called to the scene. Their investigation thus far has revealed the following:

A white 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe full-size sport utility vehicle, driven and solely occupied by Anthony S. White, was southbound on Fairview Avenue when two pedestrians, one of whom was Melissa D. Brandon, crossed the road in his path. Ms. Brandon was struck by the Tahoe. She was transported by Sullivan County E.M.S. to an area medical facility for emergency treatment of serious/life-threatening injuries. Mr. White was not injured.

This incident occurred after sunset, and the pedestrians appear to have crossed Fairview Avenue mid-block, neither at a crosswalk nor at an intersection. As of the time of issuance of this news release, Ms. Brandon remains hospitalized in critical condition.

This crash remains under active investigation by the K.P.D. Traffic Unit. As such, no further details are available for release at this time.

PEDESTRIAN INFORMATION
Name Melissa D. Brandon
Age 33 Years of Age
Gender/Race Female/White
Residency Kingsport, TN
Injuries Serious/Life-Threatening Injuries

Hospitalized in Critical Condition

COLLISION VEHICLE INFORMATION
Make Chevrolet
Model Tahoe
Year 2002
Type Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Color White
Damage Functional Damage
Driver Name Anthony S. White
Age 62 Years of Age
Gender/Race Male/White
Residency Kingsport, TN
Injuries No Injury
RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: K.P.D. Attempting to Locate Stolen Bicycle and Identify Theft Suspect

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: K.P.D. Attempting to Locate Stolen Bicycle and Identify Theft Suspect
DATE: September 15, 2020
CASE #: 20-019343
GENERAL NARRATIVE
On the afternoon of September 9, 2020 a red Trek road bicycle ($1,000 value) was stolen from a vehicle-mounted bike rack while the owner was inside Food City, located at 1205 North Eastman Road in Kingsport.

A passerby provided the included photo, taken of a white male suspect in the act of stealing the bicycle. The suspect appears to have a tattoo on his left elbow and a fixed blade sheath knife on his belt. The stolen bicycle has not been recovered.

Anyone who recognizes this suspect, or knows where the stolen bicycle may be located, is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: K.P.D. Providing Public Education Regarding Legalities of Golf Cart Operation on the Roadway

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: K.P.D. Providing Public Education Regarding Legalities of Golf Cart Operation on the Roadway
DATE: September 14, 2020
GENERAL NARRATIVE
The Kingsport Police Department routinely receives citizen inquiries regarding the legalities of operating golf carts on the roadway. There has been a great deal of misinformation and misunderstanding on this subject, so some education and clarification is certainly in order.

Tennessee state law recognizes three categories of vehicles related to this issue:

1) Traditional Golf Cart which is defined as a motor vehicle that is designed and manufactured for operation on a golf course for sporting or recreational purposes that is not capable of exceeding speeds of twenty miles per hour (20 mph)

2) Low Speed Vehicle which is defined as any four-wheeled electric vehicle (excluding traditional golf carts), whose top speed is greater than 20 miles per hour (20 mph) but not greater than twenty-five miles per hour (25 mph)

3) Medium Speed Vehicle which is defined as any four-wheeled electric or gasoline-powered vehicle (excluding traditional golf carts), whose top speed is greater than thirty miles per hour (30 mph) but not greater than thirty-five miles per hour (35 mph)

Per Tennessee state law, a vehicle meeting the above definition of a “traditional golf cart” IS NOT street legal and may not be titled and registered for on-road use, UNLESS it has been modified to meet all of the low or medium speed vehicle requirements in Tennessee state law and related federal safety standards.

A golf cart that has been designed and manufactured for on-road use, or is modified to meet all of the low or medium speed vehicle requirements and federal safety standards does not meet the above legal definition of a “traditional golf cart.” Since this vehicle is legally not a “traditional golf cart,” it may be legally registered as a low or medium speed vehicle if all necessary requirements are met.

To register a low or medium speed vehicle, designed and manufactured for on-road use, applicants should provide to their local county clerk’s office a copy of the vehicle’s MSO (manufacturer’s statement of origin), as proof that the vehicle meets all statutory requirements and safety standards, along with the traditional documentation required for vehicle registration.

Individuals modifying a traditional golf cart to meet low or medium speed vehicle requirements must submit a low or medium speed vehicle affidavit (see links below) that certifies that the vehicle has been sufficiently modified to meet the necessary legal requirements. The affidavit must be submitted with the registration application as a condition of registration.

Low Speed Vehicle Affidavit https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/revenue/documents/forms/titlereg/f1314301Fill-in.pdf

Medium Speed Vehicle Affidavit

https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/revenue/documents/forms/titlereg/f1319801Fill-in.pdf

In order to be street legal, a low or medium speed vehicle must meet the following requirements:

– Must have headlamps

– Must have stop lamps

– Must have front and rear turn signals

– Must have tail lamps

– Must have reflex reflectors (one on each side near the rear and one on the rear)

– Must have a parking brake

– Must have one exterior mirror on the driver side and one additional mirror (either on the passenger side or in the interior)

– Must have a windshield that conforms to the federal motor vehicle safety standard on glazing materials

– Must have seat belts (type 1 or 2) located at each seating position

– Must have a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

– Must be registered and have license plate displayed

– Must be insured with proof of insurance available

– Must be operated by a licensed driver with a valid Class D driver license in their possession

A street legal low speed vehicle may be operated on streets where the posted speed limit is thirty-five miles per hour (35 mph) or less. A street legal medium speed vehicle may be operated on streets where the posted speed limit is forty miles per hour (40 mph) or less. While low and medium speed vehicle may not be driven on streets that exceed the respective 35 and 40 mph limits, they may cross such streets, but only at intersections. Drivers of all street legal low and medium speed vehicles must obey all traffic laws and rules of the road.

Also, pursuant to City of Kingsport Municipal Ordinance, vehicles (to include traditional golf carts as well as low and medium speed vehicles) MAY NOT be operated on a sidewalk.

Finally, Tennessee D.U.I. laws apply to any motor vehicle, to include traditional golf carts as well as low and medium speed vehicles.

It is important to note than anyone who chooses to ignore the above regulations concerning traditional golf carts and low and medium speed vehicles may be subject to significant criminal penalties and civil liabilities.

For future reference, this information will be available on the K.P.D. website at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/important_links/golf-carts-on-roadways/

References:

– Tennessee Code Annotated (TCA) 55-1-103, 55-1-122, 55-1-123, 55-4-111, 55-8-101, 55-8-191, 55-10-401, and 55-50-102

– City of Kingsport Municipal Ordinance 98-81

– Tennessee Department of Revenue www.TN.gov/Revenue

– Federal Safety Standards 49 CFR 565, 571.205, and 571.500

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: New Evidence Exonerates Former Suspect in Ash Street Shooting Incident

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: New Evidence Exonerates Former Suspect in Ash Street Shooting Incident
DATE: September 11, 2020
CASE #: 20-019380
GENERAL NARRATIVE
On September 10, 2020 at approximately 4:00 AM, Kingsport Police Patrol Officers and Detectives responded to a shooting incident in the 1300 block of Ash Street in Kingsport. Upon arrival, they located Jacob T. Durham, with apparent gunshot wounds, outside of the residence.

Mr. Durham was transported by Sullivan County E.M.S. to an area medical facility for emergency medical care. He was treated for serious injuries but later discharged from the hospital.

During the subsequent investigation, Mr. Durham repeatedly insisted that he had been shot by his acquaintance, Jacob R. Hayes, following an argument. He further alleged that Mr. Hayes fled the scene, prior to police arrival, in a green box-style vehicle. Detectives were able to corroborate his accusations and develop the necessary probable cause to obtain a warrant for the arrest of Mr. Hayes.

While at that time, Detectives did have sufficient probable cause to believe that Mr. Hayes was responsible, new exculpatory evidence has now surfaced that completely exonerates him of any involvement in the aforementioned shooting. Mr. Hayes is no longer in law enforcement custody, and Detectives are in the process of having all charges against him dismissed.

Detectives have now arrested Jacob T. Durham for the crime of Felony False Reporting. As of the time of issuance of this news release, he remains incarcerated in the Kingsport City Jail, pending arraignment.

The original Ash Street shooting incident remains under active investigation. Anyone who has any information related to that incident is asked to contact the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

As this remains an active and ongoing investigation by the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division, absolutely no additional details will be released at this time.

SUSPECT INFORMATION
Name Jacob T. Durham
Age Date of Birth 2/9/2001

19 Years of Age

Gender/Race Male/White
Residency 1389 Ash Street

Kingsport, TN

Charge(s) Felony False Reporting

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: Suspect Sought in Motor Vehicle Theft Investigation

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: Suspect Sought in Motor Vehicle Theft Investigation
DATE: September 10, 2020
CASE #: 20-018554
GENERAL NARRATIVE
On August 30, 2020, shortly after midnight, a gold 2001 Chevrolet Malibu was stolen from the parking lot of the Roadrunner Market, located at 1600 West Stone Drive in Kingsport, when it was left running, unlocked, and unoccupied while the owner went inside to make a purchase. The stolen vehicle has since been recovered, albeit with significant damage sustained.

A subsequent investigation revealed surveillance video footage of a white female suspect. A photo of this individual has been included with this release. Anyone who recognizes her is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: Suspect Wanted for Attempted Murder Following Shooting Incident on Ash Street (Update)

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: Suspect Wanted for Attempted Murder Following Shooting Incident on Ash Street (Update)
DATE: September 10, 2020
CASE #: 20-019380
GENERAL NARRATIVE
Jacob R. Hayes has been taken into custody and transported to the Kingsport City Jail. He was arrested without incident at a residence in the 200 block of Easy Street in Kingsport. The Kingsport Police Department would like to recognize the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance with his apprehension.

As this remains an active and ongoing investigation by the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division, absolutely no additional details will be released at this time.

As previously released:

On September 10, 2020 at approximately 4:00 AM, Kingsport Police Patrol Officers and Detectives responded to a shooting incident in the 1300 block of Ash Street in Kingsport. Upon arrival, they located a 19 year old adult male victim, with apparent gunshot wounds, outside of the residence.

The victim was transported by Sullivan County E.M.S. to an area medical facility for emergency medical treatment. As of the time of issuance of this news release, he remains hospitalized in serious but stable condition.

The subsequent investigation revealed that the victim had been shot by an acquaintance, Jacob R. Hayes, following an argument. Mr. Hayes reportedly fled the scene, prior to police arrival, in a green box-style vehicle.

Detectives have obtained a warrant, charging him with Attempted Second Degree Murder. As of the time of issuance of this news release, he remains wanted and at large. While there is no reason to believe he is a danger to the general public, due to the nature of the offense, he should still be considered armed and dangerous.

Mr. Hayes is a 20 year old white male adult, with brown hair and brown eyes, standing approximately 5 feet 8 inches in height and weighing roughly 145 pounds. His photograph has been included with this release.

Anyone who sees him, or knows his possible current whereabouts, is asked to promptly contact the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

As this remains an active and ongoing investigation by the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division, absolutely no additional details will be released at this time.

SUSPECT INFORMATION
Name Jacob R. Hayes
Age 20 Years of Age
Gender/Race Male/White
Residency 3208 Sullivan Gardens Parkway

Kingsport, TN

Charge(s) Attempted Second Degree Murder

VICTIM INFORMATION
Name Not Released
Age 19 Years of Age
Gender/Race Male/White
Residency Kingsport, TN
Injuries Gunshot Wounds

Hospitalized in Serious but Stable Condition

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: Kingsport Police Attempting to Locate Two Missing 16 Year Olds in Unrelated Cases (Foul Play Not Suspected) (Update)

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: Kingsport Police Attempting to Locate Two Missing 16 Year Olds in Unrelated Cases (Foul Play Not Suspected) (Update)
DATE: September 10, 2020
CASE #: 20-016721 (Kaley Wells – Located Safe)

20-016735 (Bryson Burchett – Still Missing)

GENERAL NARRATIVE
Update: Kaley Wells has been located safe; however, Bryson Burchett remains missing. Foul play is not suspected.

Anyone who sees him, or who may know his current whereabouts, is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

As previously released:

The Kingsport Police Department is requesting public input to help locate two missing 16 year olds. On August 6, 2020, Kayley N. Wells was reported as a missing juvenile to K.P.D. In an unrelated case filed on the same date, Bryson A. Burchett was also reported as a missing juvenile to K.P.D.

While investigators have no reason to suspect foul play in either case, based on their minor age, every possible effort is being made to locate them. Photos and descriptions of each juvenile have been included in this release.

Anyone who sees either of them or may possibly know their current whereabouts is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

MISSING JUVENILE #1 INFORMATION(LOCATED SAFE)
Name Kaley N. Wells
Age 16 Years of Age
Gender/Race Female/Black
Height/

Weight

5 feet 11 inches

270 pounds

Hair/Eyes Black Hair with Blonde Highlights

Brown Eyes

Residency Gray, TN
Clothing Description Long-sleeve pastel tie-dye shirt that reads “Save the Turtles”

Black shorts

Last Known Location 3100 Block of Tiffany Court

Kingsport, TN

MISSING JUVENILE #2 INFORMATION (STILL MISSING)
Name Bryson A. Burchett
Age 16 Years of Age
Gender/Race Male/White
Height/

Weight

5 feet 6 inches

122 pounds

Hair/Eyes Blonde Hair

Blue Eyes

Residency Kingsport, TN
Clothing Description None given
Last Known Location 4200 Block of Fort Henry Drive

Kingsport, TN

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton

KPD e-News Release: K.P.D. Attempting to Locate Missing Teenager (Reissue)

Kingsport Police Department

David Quillin, Chief of Police

200 Shelby Street • Kingsport, TN 37660

http://Police.KingsportTN.govwww.KingsportPDBlog.com

NEWS RELEASE
SUBJECT: K.P.D. Attempting to Locate Missing Teenager (Reissue)
DATE: September 10, 2020
CASE #: 20-015610
GENERAL NARRATIVE
This is a reissuance of an earlier news release regarding a missing juvenile. Lee Charles Troupe remains missing. Foul play is not suspected.

Anyone who sees him, or who may know his current whereabouts, is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

As previously released:

The Kingsport Police Department is asking area residents to help be on the lookout for a 17 year old juvenile, Lee Charles Troupe, who was reported missing by a family member. He was last seen on the evening of July 8th; however, he was not reported missing until two weeks later on July 22nd.

While the Kingsport Police Department has no reason to suspect foul play in this case, due to his minor age, Detectives are making every possible effort to locate him. A photo and description have been included in this release.

Anyone who sees him, or who may know his current whereabouts, is asked to contact Detectives in the K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division at 423-229-9429 or call Kingsport Central Dispatch at 423-246-9111.

Alternatively, if an individual who is able to supply information related to this or any other case wishes not to be identified, tips can be submitted anonymously via online “Citizen Feedback” forms available at the following link:

https://www.kingsporttn.gov/city-services/police-department/contact-us

MISSING JUVENILE INFORMATION
Name Lee Charles Troupe
Age 17 Years of Age
Gender/Race Male/Black
Height/

Weight

6 feet

130 pounds

Hair/Eyes Black Hair

Brown Eyes

Residency Kingsport, TN

RELEASING OFFICER
Thomas M. Patton, Public Information Officer

Kingsport Police Department Professional Standards Unit

423-229-9433 (Desk) • 423-224-2786 (FAX)

ThomasMPatton