June 29, 2001

Arrests


   * Bradd M. Camps, 36, 1512 Kentucky Ave., Bristol, was arrested Wednesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Chris Pierce and charged with DUI, violation of implied consent, and driving an unregistered vehicle.
   * Sara Cheek Camps, 45, 1512 Kentucky Ave., Bristol, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Chris Pierce and charged with public intoxication.
   * Darren Luke Bartman, 31, 1512 Kentucky Ave., Bristol, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Chris Pierce and charged with public intoxication.
   * Sidney Clay Hale, 42, 120 Park Court, Johnson City, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Lt. Bobby Huffman and charged with public intoxication.
   * Rebecca Smith, 19, 1725 Nathaniel Drive, #50, Johnson City, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Michael Carlock and charged with failure to appear on vandalism.
   * John Edward Holsclaw, 37, 208 Reynolds Road, was arrested Thursday by Constable Bobby Canter on warrants charging him with assault and vandalism.
   * James Stephens, 33, 410 Wilson Ave., was arrested Wednesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with aggravated assault following a shooting which occurred June 24 at 410 Wilson Ave.
   * Emily C. Turner, 26, 200 Four Seasons Circle, Erwin, was arrested Wednesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau on multiple charges of forgery, theft and issuing false financial statements. The arrest took place after two separate investigations. During the first investigation, it was found that Turner had established a cellular phone contract under another name and failed to pay service charges of $240. The second investigation found that Turner had gone to three different cash advance businesses in Johnson City where she used forged checks to obtain cash, including The Cash Co., 2260 N. Roan St., Advance America, 3112 E. Oakland Ave., and Quick Cash, 817 W. Walnut St. To obtain credit at the companies, Turner used an account statement that she had altered to be her own.
  
Theft

   * Terry Estep, 48, of Mr. B's Auto Repair, 1436 Milligan Hwy., reported Wednesday to Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Jack Ramsey that Richard Jackson, 40, 2025 N. Lane, Johnson City, had left a 1991 Honda at the shop for repairs and that sometime during the night, someone had removed all four wheels from the car and left it sitting on cinder blocks. The perpetrator also took the lug nuts and wiped down areas on the vehicle where fingerprints might have been obtained.
   * Aaron Honaker, 337 Old Milligan Hwy., Johnson City, reported Thursday to CCSD Sgt. Donie Julian that someone had entered his apartment and had taken a Dell computer, monitor, printer, speakers and Sony DVD player. Entry was gained by prying open the front window.
   * Billy Peters, 210 Bobs Hollow Road, reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Tim Lowe that someone had entered his residence and had taken his medication.
   * Eddie Hughes of Classic Motors, 3692 Hwy. 19E, reported Wednesday to CCSD Deputy Tim Lowe that sometime between Sunday and Wednesday, someone had taken a gray 1991 Nissan 300Z from the lot. A bicycle was found lying in the space where the vehicle had been parked. The car was recovered Sunday at Hampton High School by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm.