July 6, 2001

Arrests


   * Dewayne Randall May, 21, 99 Old Elizabethton Hwy., and Jeremy Michael Ward, 20, 226 Ward Road, Piney Flats, were arrested Wednesday by Elizabethton Police Department Capt. Clyde Croy after he and Ptl. Shannon Peters were dispatched to an accident at Hardee's in the drive-thru lane. Ward was charged with DUI and violation of implied consent; May was charged with public intoxication.
   * Allison Pearl Jackson, 28, 227 S. Roan St., was arrested Thursday by EPD Ptl. Kevin Cable following a domestic disturbance. She was charged with assault under domestic violence.
   * Kathy Diane Dalton, 36, 1013 Liberty Circle, Jonesborough, was arrested Thursday by EPD Sgt. Roger Crowe and charged with public intoxication and possession of drug paraphernalia.
   * Tina Ann Massey, 29, 1000 University Blvd., #A25, Kingsport, was arrested Tuesday by Constable Capt. Tom Smith on a warrant charging her with violation of probation.
   * Amy Y. Stut, 27, 806 Cambridge Ave., was arrested Tuesday by Constable Capt. Tom Smith on a capias charging her with failure to appear.
   * Chris Anderson, 26, 910 Cedar Ave., was arrested Tuesday by Constable Capt. Tom Smith on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Tony Cochran, 38, 119 Betterly Place, #1, was arrested Wednesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Jim Whaley and charged with failure to appear on no driver's license.
   * Stephana Theresa Mobley, 1506 Eaves Road, Shelby, N.C., was arrested Wednesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after they responded to room 227 of Red Roof Inn to investigate an alleged assault and cocaine distribution. About 0.2 grams of crack cocaine, paraphernalia used to process and package crack cocaine for resale, a gram of marijuana, miscellaneous pills and $426 cash were seized. Mobley was charged with possession of Schedule II drugs for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of Schedule IV drugs and possession of marijuana. She was being held in Johnson City Jail in lieu of $28,000 bond.
   * Teresa Miller, 40, 410 E. Myrtle Ave., was arrested around 1 a.m. Thursday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau following investigation into a domestic dispute in which Miller allegedly stabbed her boyfriend.
   * Jasper Randy Talford, 41, 820 Lamont St., #4, Johnson City, Angela Dawn Mulins, 30, same address, and Emily Catherine Turner, 26, 200 Four Seasons Circle, Erwin, were arrested Tuesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau following investigation into a June 30 burglary at Dockery Floor Coverings, 3546 W. Market St., Johnson City, and the making and passing of counterfeit business checks from Dockery King Inc. Talford was charged with burglary, four counts of criminal simulation and three counts of forgery. Turner was charged with burglary, six counts of criminal simulation and four counts of forgery. Mullins was charged with one count of criminal simulation. Turner's bond was set at $29,000; Talford's at $20,000; and Mullins' at $3,000. A hearing was set for July 11 in Johnson City Municipal Court.
  
Stabbing

   * Officers of Johnson City Police Bureau responded Tuesday to North Side Hospital in reference to an aggravated assault that occurred at American Water Heater, 1100 E. Fairview Ave. Officers met with the victim, a 33-year-old white male, who told them that a co-worker at the company had stabbed him in the side with a pocket knife during the altercation. The investigation is continuing.
  
Theft

   * Chad C. White, 33, 192 Grindstaff Hollow Road, was issued a summons Tuesday by EPD Ptl. Mike Sproviero after the officer was dispatched to Elizabethton Electric System in reference to theft of money. A witness advised the officer that he had observed a male subject reach into a "Relay for Life" collection jar on the counter, grab some money, and put it in his pocket. The man then left the business in a small gray vehicle which was later located on Edgewater Drive. White was advised of his Miranda rights and asked about theft of the money. He told the officer he had taken it, according to the report, and was transported to the police department where he wrote a statement, stating he took off the lid to the jar, put his hand in it, and took $4. White was charged in a summons with theft under $500.