JELLICO, TN (WLAF) – A man arrives for work and finds his office vandalized.
On Oct. 15, Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Christopher West went to Wooldrige Pike to speak with a man who alleged his office at CNE Timber had been vandalized. West spoke with the victim and his son, Stryder Chase Creekmore. The victim had been allowing Creekmore to stay at his main office building for the past month and a half. The victim alleged that when he arrived for work, it was vandalized and Creekmore was still inside.
Creekmore is accused of vandalizing a Lenovo computer, two HP printers, a calculator, two chairs, a door and door frame, and a commode seat. The damage was estimated between $2,500 and $10,000, according the sheriff’s report. Creekmore allegedly told West that all of this information was correct and also allegedly told West he was the one who vandalized the property because of the voices in his head.
Creekmore, 29, 112 Standard Hollow Lane, Jellico is charged with vandalism over $1,000. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/23/2020-6AM)