What started out as a masked man swinging a stick at people in the parking lot of the Walmart Neighborhood Market ended with a claim of a Kingsport man allegedly being targeted by the Aryan Brotherhood.
At the BP station on North John B. Dennis Highway, a deputy was approached by a man carrying a hand grenade inside a cardboard box.
Along with exposing himself, witnesses reported he had been harassing customers and grabbed one woman's arm.
Oak Ridge police issued a BOLO for a man intent on "spreading joy" at the White House: "stated he was going to get naked, jump the fence and find the president."
At about 1:30 a.m. on Warpath Drive, a resident spotted an unknown, completely nude man in their yard "howling at the moon."
In the parking lot of the Fort Henry Mall, an officer found a partially clothed couple inside a car. The male in the driver's seat — who was wearing only his underwear — advised he had left his ID at home.
Beginning at about 1:40 p.m., callers to 911 reported a suspicious man carrying a pistol on Clinchfield Street, then on Revere Street, then at Glen Bruce Park.
Shortly after noon, police were alerted to a man on Center Street, "getting on to vehicles and refusing to get off."
Police heard five gunshots on Dale Street, then spotted an armed man in the backyard of a residence. He complied with orders to put his hands up, then advised he hadn't realized officers were "so close by."
Though the suspect refused to exit his home, he yelled out of a window that he would, "kill officers...had C-4 inside and would blow it up." Police then shot non-lethal pepper balls into the room he occupied.
Shortly before noon, police responded to Walmart on Fort Henry Drive. A 69-year-old woman reported that while asleep in the back seat of her Kia Soul, an unknown female opened the door and entered the driver's seat.
At about 10 p.m., police were called to the Sunoco in Lynn Garden after a female made several threats: "there was going to be violence … someone is going to die tonight." She then asked another customer to dial 911 so she could try and disarm responding officers.
A Kingsport patrol officer on East Stone Drive spotted the driver of a pickup "hold his cell phone up about his head and begin to take pictures while the vehicle was in motion."
Shortly after 3 a.m., police were alerted to a fight outside Rain Nite Life on West Stone Drive. Upon arrival, they had to disperse "a large crowd spread over the front parking lot."
At 6 a.m., a 60-year-old resident of Jersey Street was awakened by someone kicking in her door. She then found an unknown woman in her home and had to forcibly push the intruder out of the house.