June 6, 2001

Arrests


   * Curtis Allen Terry, 28, 552 Long Hollow Road, was arrested Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Brad Proffitt on a capias out of Criminal Court charging him with failure to appear on charges of public intoxication and child neglect. He also was served a warrant from General Sessions Court charging him with violation of probation.
   * Shawn Hill, 29, 299 Toll Branch Road, Johnson City, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Brad Proffitt on a warrant charging him with vandalism under domestic violence.
   * Timothy Abarca, 29, 237 Martin St., Sheridan, WI, was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Deputy Brad Proffitt on a warrant out of Criminal Court charging him with violation of probation.
   * Misty Singleton, 19, 1435-1/2 W. G St., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Brad Proffitt on a warrant from General Sessions Court charging her with violation of probation.
   * Kristi Honeycutt, 25, 102 Vaughn Road, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Eric Buck on a warrant from General Sessions Court charging her with violation of probation.
   * Timmy Keith Blevins, 37, 114 House of Prayer Road, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on a warrant charging him with violation of an order of protection.
   * Randy K. Burrow, 19, 101 Burrow Lane, was arrested Monday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Jason McCall following a traffic stop. Burrow was served a juvenile attachment for failure to pay fines and court costs and also was served a summons for vandalism. After a computer check which showed Burrow's driver's license was suspended, his license was seized.
   * Misty Crowther, 21, 921 Pine Ridge Circle, was served a summons Monday by EPD Ptl. Jesus Pena for violation of worthless checks.
   * Lora Lee Campbell, 24, 311 Fair Ridge Road, Johnson City, was arrested Tuesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after witnesses observed Campbell and two other subjects attempt to remove tires and wheels from a vehicle parked at 128 Fairlawn Drive. Campbell attempted to evade officers upon arrest and a search of her vehicle revealed a carton containing soil and several marijuana plants. Campbell was charged with attempted theft over $500, resisting arrest, and production of marijuana.
   * James H. Barnard, 52, 151 N. Moore Road, Morristown, was arrested Tuesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after officers attempted to serve an assault warrant on him. Barnard then attacked officers with a wooden stick, according to the report. He was charged with three counts of aggravated assault on police officers, two counts of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He also was served a warrant charging him with assault.
   * Shemelle Javon Cousin, 700 B. Slade St., Gibsonville, N.C., was arrested Monday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after officers stopped a vehicle which had been reported stolen. Cousin was found to be in possession of the vehicle.
   * David Eugene Staigo, 34, alias Rodney Douglas Davis, 508 Preekness Court, Kingsport, was arrested May 31 by officers of Sullivan County Sheriff's Office. Detective Bobby Russell was notified by Kingsport Detective Rick Marshall that Davis, suspect in the July 14, 2000, rape of a 16-year-old female, was at the Hog Wild Saloon in Kingsport. The alleged rape had gone unreported until May when the victim gave a statement, saying Davis had given her some pills and then raped her. She told officers she knew what was happening to her, however, she was helpless due to the drugs she had been given. Davis was arrested and transported to Sullivan County Jail where he gave a statement concerning the allegations. Davis said he had been with the female and that he had taken 12 Xanax over a period of time and had started to engage in a consensual relationship with the juvenile, however, he said he stopped when she told him to and that no relationship had occurred between them. Upon further investigation, it was determined that Davis was using an alias while living in Kingsport. Through a fingerprint card submitted to the FBI, it was determined that Davis's real name was David Eugene Staigo, and that he has used numerous other aliases. A check showed that Staigo is wanted in Henderson County, N.C., for violation of probation, along with nine other felony charges; three counts of breaking and entering and three counts of possession of stolen goods.
   * Three people have been arrested in connection with the May 5 auto burglary at 105 Bluegrass Drive, Kingsport. According to Sullivan County Sheriff's Office, Phillip Rader, 56, had stored approximately $4,000 in cash and coins in the trunk of his 1986 Saab 9005. The vehicle was forcibly entered and the money taken. Rader's nephew, Josh Rader, 19, 915 Moreland Drive, Kingsport, his stepbrother, Joseph W. McBryant, 25, 1875 Lee Hwy., Bristol, Va., and their stepfather, Donnie W. Morgan, 41, 915 Moreland Drive, Kingsport, were developed as suspects. On May 29, Josh Rader and Joey McBryant were charged with burglary and theft over $1,000. Donnie Morgan has been charged with auto burglary, accessory after the fact and theft over $1,000, but has not been located. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Joseph H. Strickler at 279-7500 or 224-1786.
  
Escape
   * A minimum security inmate was discovered missing about 1:45 p.m. Monday from his work site in Nashville, according to Tennessee Department of Correction. J.B. Cole, 37, was working under supervision of Tennessee Department of Transportation at the department's facility on Centennial Boulevard when he escaped. Cole is described as a white male, fair complexion, 5-feet-9, weighing approximately 155 pounds, with blue eyes and red hair. He was serving six years in a 2000 Coffee County case for vandalism and theft of property. Cole is believed to be driving a blue 1995 Buick Century, which also was reported missing from the TDOT facility (license plate SI-NT18). An escape warrant is being sought and local and state authorities have been notified. The information also has been entered with NCIC, or National Crime Information Center.
  
Theft
   * An employee of Inland Paperboard & Packing, 1500 W. Elk Ave., reported Monday to EPD Ptl. Mike Sproviero that someone took $292 from an unsecured metal box located in her desk drawer. The employee said she last saw the money on Friday when she left for the day at 4 p.m.
   * Ashley Nicole Cable, 18, 1263 Bluefield Ave., reported Monday to EPD Ptl. Jason McCall that someone had broken into her apartment and had taken $197 in cash. Entry was made through a rear bedroom window.