Responding to the intersection of Miller and Beals Chapel roads Sunday for an incident between a couple, Loudon County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Thomas Spradlin met a woman who claimed she awoke in the vehicle and Christopher Allen Johnson was “acting sketchy and paranoid.” Johnson told the woman he wanted to go to the store for food, but she didn’t. Johnson also said he wanted to go to a friend’s house, but she simply wanted to put up the food.

“The victim stated that the offender got mad, parked the car and got out,” Spradlin wrote in a report. “The offender started throwing the food out of the vehicle. The victim stated that the offender then started choking her. The victim stated further that the offender punched her in the mouth, and cut her with a knife.”

Spradlin noticed the woman’s swollen mouth with blood dried on her lips. A laceration on her right arm was also visible. On the victim’s back was a small puncture wound, and she gave an accurate description of the knife.

“The victim stated that the offender cut her airway off while he was choking her,” Spradlin wrote in a report.

Medical attention was offered, but the woman refused help and said she would go to the hospital later. Deputies went to the residence of Johnson’s friend and arrested Johnson. A pocket knife matching the description given by the woman was found on Johnson. Johnson, 39, Lenoir City, was charged with aggravated assault and held on $15,000 bond.

April 8

• Michael J. Henderlight, 52, Powell, was charged with evading arrest and held on $2,500 bond. Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Paul Clendenen stopped Henderlight for a seat belt violation and use of a cellphone while operating a vehicle. “When I approached the vehicle, he stated he was watching a video on his phone,” Clendenen wrote in a report. “While I was filling out the citation, the subject fled on foot.” Clendenen later learned Henderlight had active warrants out of Anderson County.

• Melanie Leigh Hollis, 53, Loudon, was charged with driving under the influence and open container and released on $1,500 bond.

• Nicholas Trent Keck, 24, Lenoir City, was charged with assisting other agency and released without bond.

• Leslie W. Myers, 42, Greenback, was charged with attempted first-degree murder and held on $250,000 bond.

April 9

• Hubert Eddie Bennett, 44, Loudon, was charged with criminal court capias and released on $5,000 bond.

• Maren Laurel Brown, 42, Kingston, was charged with tampering with evidence and held on $25,000 bond.

• Cherie Lynette Kubisty, 36, Knoxville, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $3,000 bond.

• Elizabeth Ann Penland, 59, Louisville, was charged with driving under the influence and released without bond.

April 10

• James Ray Keller, 40, Maryville, was charged with theft under $1,000 and assisting other agency and held on $1,000 bond.

• Rose Anna Lambert, 44, Lenoir City, was charged with general sessions court capias and held without bond.

• Ariel E. Richmond, 18, Loudon, was charged with theft of property and held on $20,000 bond.

• Petru Scolnic, 20, Knoxville, was charged with driving under the influence and released without bond.

• Christopher Lee Smallen, 40, Lenoir City, was charged with violation of probation and released on $2,000 bond.

• Tasha Lefaun Stiles, 38, Lenoir City, was charged with failure to appear and released without bond.

• David Paul Wicks, 39, Harriman, was charged with failure to appear and released without bond.

April 11

• Matthew Adam Justice, 30, Lenoir City, was charged with criminal court capias and held on $20,000 bond.

• James Howard Williams, 37, Loudon, was charged with violation of probation and held without bond.

April 12

• Kathy Ann Bacon, 51, Greenback, was charged with assisting other agency and released without bond.

• Michael David Hawkins, 41, Louisville, was charged with aggravated burglary and theft of property and released on $50,000 bond.

• Brady James Hawley, 22, Greenback, was charged with domestic assault and released on $5,000 bond.

• Lacy Diann Hickman, 30, Lenoir City, was charged with contempt of court and released on $200 bond.

• Terry Lee Jaynes, 35, Loudon, was charged with theft of property and released on $1,500 bond.

• Natasha Nicole Manis, 31, Lenoir City, was charged with disorderly conduct and held on $2,000 bond. Dispatched to the hospital in Lenoir City for an unwanted guest refusing to leave and causing a disturbance, Lenoir City Police Officer Jordan Samuels found Manis sitting in front of the doors while being loud and cursing. “I then advised Natasha to lower her voice,” Samuels wrote in a report. Samuels offered to give Manis a ride, but she refused. When told to the leave the property, she also refused, according to the report.

• Dusty Marie Martin, 38, Lenoir City, was charged with criminal trespass and held on $1,000 bond. Dispatched to Old Highway 95 for a woman trying to get into a residence, LCSO Deputy Craig Brewer found Martin sitting on the front porch. She claimed to live at the residence and that her children were there. Neighbors claimed she tried getting into two residences on Old Highway 95. “Mrs. Martin does not have any reason to be at either of the residences,” Brewer wrote in a report. “Mrs. Martin … also had contact with Lenoir City Police earlier on this morning and was transported to her home where she had wandered off from again.”

• Stefanie Blair Wilkes, 29, Kingston, was charged with driving under the influence, simple possession/casual exchange, possession of drug paraphernalia and assisting other agency and released on $5,500 bond.

• Ryan Marie Allen, 30, Knoxville, was charged with violation of probation and released on $6,000 bond.

• Karyn Elizabeth McCullough, 44, Knoxville, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $4,000 bond. Dispatched to Interstate 40 for a wreck with an injury, Lenoir City Police Officer Andrew Lee found a vehicle on its side with McCullough attempting to exit with help from witnesses. McCullough refused medical treatment and was seen with blood on her left cheek. “The defendant was extremely uncooperative and would not answer any of my questions,” Lee wrote in a report. McCullough had bloodshot and water eyes, slurred speech, was unsteady on her feet and had a “strong odor” of an alcoholic beverage. A vehicle inventory found an almost empty bottle of vodka.

• Timothy Scott Sandoval, 34, Alexander City, Ala., was charged with failure to appear and released on $6,000 bond.

April 13

• Isacc Dayvon Ernest, 22, Loudon, was charged with two counts of general sessions court capias, theft under $500 and criminal trespass and released on $7,000 bond.

• Anthony Steven Funes Lopez, 22, Loudon, was charged with violation of probation and released on $5,000 bond.

• Douglas Ray Gainey, 49, Loudon, was charged with general sessions court capias and released on $2,000 bond.

• Jorge Zavala Jimenez, 24, Lenoir City, was charged with driving under the influence and held on $1,500 bond.

• James Issac Lawson, 51, Philadelphia, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $1,500 bond.

• Gary Morrison, 55, Lenoir City, was charged with driving under the influence and driving on a revoked/suspended license and released on $2,500 bond.

April 14

• Enemias Garcia Garcias, 21, Lenoir City, was charged with driving without a valid license, display of registration plate and failure to show proof of insurance and held without bond. Noticing a silver Honda CRV with a license plate obstructed from view travel 20 mph below the speed limit on Highway 11, LCSO Deputy Austin Parton attempted to make a stop at a store near the Loudon County Justice Center but the driver continued. The Honda finally stopped near Natalie Boulevard. Parton smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Garcias. “I asked him if he had been drinking and he stated that he did not speak English,” Parton wrote in a report. “I then asked him for his identification and he provided me with a Guatemala ID. I then asked him if he had a valid driver’s license and insurance and he did not provide me with one.” Dispatch could not find information on Garcias.

April 15

• Charles Van Holt, 59, Chattanooga, was charged with driving under the influence, open container and habitual motor offender and held without bond.

• Nathaniel James Snead, 33, Signal Mountain, was charged with public intoxication and held without bond.

• William Keith Wampler, 48, Philadelphia, was charged with reckless driving and held without bond.