LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County Deputy Courtney Charles responded to a call last Saturday from someone claiming that her nephew had shoved her mother and she was complaining of shoulder pain. When Charles arrived at the home in the late afternoon, Kyle Wayne Heinz came outside. When he was asked what had happened, Heinz said that he and his grandmother had been arguing over cigarettes. He continued that he had gotten mad, because they didn’t have enough money to be buying name brand cigarettes. Heinz stated that she tried to leave, and he stepped in her way and wasn’t going to let her leave, according to a report from the Sheriff’s Department. At this point, he allegedly grabbed her and threw her in the floor. When asked if she was still at the home, Heinz said she had left walking.
CPL Travis Bostic located the victim down the road from the residence. When Bostic spoke to the victim, she said that she and Heinz had gotten into an argument and that she told him she was going to leave and he wouldn’t let her leave. She continued that he opened the front door and she went to shut it so she could get dressed. The victim said she almost closed his hand in the door, to which he said she did not. The victim said that he had grabbed her threw her to floor causing her to hit her head and shoulder. Bostic asked if she wanted to be checked out by EMS and she said she would have someone take her to the hospital.
Heinz, 18, 581 S. Sudenny Lane, LaFollette is charged with domestic assault and false imprisonment. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED 09/27/2019-6AM)