A fourth person has now been charged in connection with a recent stabbing in Harriman. On March 26, 2018, officers with the Harriman Police Department were dispatched to 104 Margrave Drive for a report of a stabbing. Officers found the victim with multiple stab wounds on his back and on his neck. The victim had a nicked jugular vein from the stab wound on his neck and suffered severe blood loss. He was taken by LifeStar to the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. After following up with medical staff at the UT Medical Center, it was discovered the victim had also been shot in the torso, requiring surgery. Members of the Detective Bureau investigated the case and through interviews, a review of a seized home-security camera system and security footage from the Harriman Utility Board, they obtained arrest warrants for the following people:
20-year-old Bobby D. Jackson and 59-year-old David J. Jackson: attempted first-degree murder, especially aggravated robbery, especially aggravated kidnapping, and aggravated assault.
18-year-old Cheyenne Presswood: criminal responsibility for attempted first-degree murder, criminal responsibility for especially aggravated robbery, criminal responsibility for especially aggravated kidnapping, and criminal responsibility for aggravated assault.
Yesterday, a fourth person was arrested at the Sonic Drive In, at 1007 N. Roane Street in Harriman in relation to this investigation. The patrol division spotted 21-year-old Joseph A. Martinez traveling though Harriman. A traffic stop was performed and Martinez was taken into custody on the following charges: especially aggravated kidnapping, aggravated assault, criminal responsibility for aggravated assault, and criminal responsibility for especially aggravated robbery. The Harriman Police Department has issued warrants and are actively seeking a fifth person, Zakary Edward Perrine, in connection with the attempted homicide. Perrine is charged with especially aggravated kidnapping, aggravated assault, criminal responsibility for attempted first degree murder, criminal responsibility for especially aggravated robbery, criminal responsibility for especially aggravated kidnapping and criminal responsibility for aggravated assault.