Man claims 'possessed' wife bit him twice

Jeff Bobo • Dec 13, 2018 at 2:24 PM

CHURCH HILL — A Hawkins County woman was charged with domestic assault Sunday morning after her husband, who claimed she was "possessed," was allegedly bitten twice.

Around 6 a.m. Sunday, Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Kenny Lunsford Jr. responded to domestic assault complaint at the residence of Kenneth Head and Autumn Frost, 117 Lisenby Lane, Church Hill.

Head reportedly stated that his wife was intoxicated and "possessed," was trying to punch him, and at one point had bit him on the left side of his neck and on the right side of his shoulder.

"Kenneth did have a perfectly shaped bite mark on these locations," Lunsford said.

Frost, 37, was found sleeping in the bedroom.

Lunsford said every time he tried to wake her she responded by showing him her middle finger.

"When Autumn finally woke up she would not explain to me what had taken place," Lunsford said. "All she would say was the word 'sexual'. I asked her if the biting took place during sex. She wouldn't answer, and Kenneth was quick to tell me 'no' to that question.”

Frost was released from the Hawkins County Jail Monday on her own recognizance and is scheduled to appear in Hawkins County Sessions Court on Jan. 16.

Recommended for You

    Kingsport Times News Videos