Nine charged in November J.C. burglary

From Staff Reports

   JOHNSON CITY -- Investigators from the Johnson City Police Department concluded an investigation into a November break-in at the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company that resulted in nine arrests, including six juveniles.
   According to JCPD Inv. James Stinnett, 60 cases of Pepsi products were stolen from a trailer that was parked at the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, 905 E. Lakeview Drive. The stolen items were valued at approximately $500.
   The six juveniles, two males and four females, were each charged with burglary in the incident. Also arrested were three adults: Wanda Kay Tate, 41, of 5 Trivette Concourse, Apt. 5; Carol J. Warren, 28, of 5 Trivette Concourse, Apt. 1; and Charles M. Price, 20, of 3 Trivette Concourse, Apt. 2. Tate, Warren and Price were arrested on charges of theft under $500.
   "The juveniles planned the break-in and went in and took the items out of the trailer," Stinnett said. The adults were charged in the incident because "they received the stolen product," Stinnett said.
   The investigation has concluded and no more charges or arrests are pending.
   The six juveniles are scheduled to appear in Washington County Juvenile Court April 16. A hearing was held for Tate, Warren and Price in Washington County General Sessions Court on March 11.