CARYVILLE, TN (WLAF) – A call of a possible domestic assault on April 8 sent Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Christopher West to Half Moon Lane at Caryville.

When West arrived, around 2 am, he spoke with the victim who alleged Sabrina Phillips was having friends over and been drinking since 8 pm. He continued that she started sharing the leftover roast and meatloaf  with her guests. The victim then said he and Phillips started to argue over her giving the leftovers out and beer cans being left in the bed of his truck. She then charged at him while he was in a recliner, causing the recliner to turn over and made him fall back on the floor, according to a report from the sheriff’s department. The victim’s daughter had attempted to pull Phillips off her father, when she swung her arm backwards, allegedly trying to hit her. Phillips turned and pushed her into a chair by her throat. The victim’s daughter had a red circular mark with a small cut on the left side of her throat, according to another deputy, Brandon Gross.

Phillips’ son pushed her off the victim’s daughter.  At this point, Phillips left and possibly went to the neighbor’s house when Gross found her at a nearby home.   Gross was quoted in the report as saying Phillips had a strong smell of alcohol on her.  Phillips told Gross she been drinking with friends, which led to an argument with the victim. She continued that when the argument became physical, she left and went to the neighbor’s house.

Sabrina Phillips, 36, 112 Half Moon Lane, Caryville is charged with domestic assault, child abuse and neglect. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 04/20/2020-6AM)