Nuisance injunction shutters home due to alleged drug activity

Nuisance injunction shutters Knoxville home due to alleged drug activity and prostitution

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The home, located at 806 Sidebrook Avenue, has been the scene of 31 calls to police in the past five months. Twenty-three of those calls were related to drug activity and prostitution. (source: Google) The home, located at 806 Sidebrook Avenue, has been the scene of 31 calls to police in the past five months. Twenty-three of those calls were related to drug activity and prostitution. (source: Google)
Knoxville Police Department officers made controlled purchases of cocaine from the residence on four occasions and executed a search warrant on October 24. Knoxville Police Department officers made controlled purchases of cocaine from the residence on four occasions and executed a search warrant on October 24.

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - A Knoxville home was shuttered by the Knox County District Attorney General's Office Thursday due to a large amount of alleged drug activity and prostitution.

The home, located at 806 Sidebrook Avenue, has been the scene of 31 calls to police in the past five months. Twenty-three of those calls were related to drug activity and prostitution.

Knoxville Police Department officers made controlled purchases of cocaine from the residence on four occasions and executed a search warrant on October 24.

Since that time, KPD continued to receive calls of ongoing drug activity and domestic violence at the home.

The injunction marks the 38th closure by the District Attorney General's office and KPD in their ongoing collaboration to make neighborhoods safer.

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