Coffee Co. Woman Facing Charges After Being Discovered In Stolen Car With Two Others

Holly Denise Knoblauch intake photo provided by the Coffee County Sheriff's Department.

Holly Denise Knoblauch intake photo provided by the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department.

A Gnat Hill Road woman was arrested Aug. 3 for theft of property and fraudulent use a credit or debit card.
The arrest came after Coffee County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Jason Dendy located a 2002 Nissan Altima that had been reported stolen in Hillsboro on East Grizzard Street in Tullahoma.
As the vehicle was stopped, the driver and another individual jumped out and ran leaving Holly Denise Knoblauch, 29, in the car.
She allegedly told the investigator that several clothes in the car were hers. When the investigator looked through the clothes, he found a stolen credit/debit Visa card that was issued by a Manchester bank.
According to a report by Dendy, the credit/debit card had allegedly been fraudulently used at several locations in Coffee and Rutherford Counties.
Knoblauch was booked into the Coffee County Jail on the charges and held under a $15,000 bond. She is to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court Aug. 31.
Dendy is continuing to search for the two men who jumped out of the vehicle and ran and he is also continuing the investigation into the theft of the car and credit card.