While the winter weather kept many inside, the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office remained active. Among other arrests, three individuals netted charges of disorderly conduct over the holiday week.

On Christmas Eve, Deputy Jordan Huskey was dispatched to Shady Cove in Caryville, TN in reference to a dispute between two sisters. Deputy Huskey made contact with one of the sisters who explained that she heard screaming outside and found her sister, April Collins, laying in the roadway. After helping her onto the porch, Ms. Collins began screaming, making threats, and talking to herself. The sister asked Ms. Collins to leave the home and Ms. Collins became angry and began pushing on the door of the home. When Deputy Huskey made contact with Ms. Collins she was belligerent, making nonsensical comments, and appeared to be under the influence of an illegal substance. Ms. Collins admitted to taking Suboxone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance, earlier in the day. Ms. Collins was placed under arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct and transported to the Campbell County Jail.

On Christmas Day, Deputy Kendra Porter was dispatched to Hwy 297 in Newcomb for a domestic disturbance. The homeowner informed Deputy Porter and Sergeant Josh Jeffers that his son, Nicholas Webb, and son’s girlfriend had been arguing all night. After making contact with Mr. Webb he appeared to be upset and under the influence of alcohol. Mr. Webb refused to obey officer commands to show his hands or speak to officers. Mr. Webb became very aggressive and combative with officers. Mr. Webb was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. During the arrest, Mr. Webb continued to try to headbutt officers and demanded his cuffs be removed so he could fight. Mr. Webb was transported to Campbell County Jail.

On December 27, 2020, Deputy Hunter Creekmore was dispatched to assist Jellico Assistant Police Chief, Raymond Surber, at the Jellico Exxon. Alicia McGee was trying to break into several vehicles parked at the Exxon and then locked herself into a vehicle. Ms. McGee refused to exit the vehicle and continued to verbally assault the officers. After successfully removing Ms. McGee from the vehicle, she was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Ms. McGee was transported to the Campbell County Jail.