(WBIR- Luttrell) A judge dismissed nine petitions for orders of protection over the past two years between the families of the accused shooter, a Knox County Schools security officer, and the victim who was shot to death Monday night.
Kevin Lee, Waggoner, 42, of Luttrell faces one count of criminal homicide, following the shooting death of his neighbor, Michael Woodby. He was arraigned in a Union County court Tuesday and the judge ruled he cannot return home.
Just days before Woodby was killed, Waggoner sent 10News and other media outlets copies of documents and video, claiming he was the victim of harassment in an ongoing feud.
According to the Union County Circuit Court Clerk, all nine petitions were dismissed, one by the petitioner, Teresa Waggoner, and the rest denied, since the judge signed off there was not enough evidence and the petitions did not qualify for an order of protection.
Only one of nine was filed against the Woodbys. Waggoner's son filed a petition in June.
Since Waggoner is a KCS security officer, 10News also checked his personnel file. According to documents in the file, he passed his most recent evaluations with all '2's, meaning satisfactory, on a one to four scale.
Waggoner also passed a background check before he was hired in 2011, which included DCS child abuse history and checks with two predator sites.
"We did not require psychological testing before 2013," said Amanda Johnson, with KCS.
Waggoner was placed on unpaid administrative leave Tuesday.
While it remained unclear Wednesday what led to the shooting death of Woodby, a special agent with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said in an affidavit that Waggoner "did unlawfully, feloniously and intentionally, knowingly, recklessly or negligently kill Michael Woodby."
A judge also ruled that the former school security officer cannot contact any family member of Michael Woodby, cannot have a firearm in his possession, and he cannot be with a person who has a firearm. Waggoner's bond is set at $250,000.
His next court date is set for Friday, Sept. 27.