July 13, 2001

Arrests

   * Nathaniel David Huffman, 25, 1310 Lowe St., was arrested Wednesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Chad Grindstaff on a warrant charging him with sale of Schedule VI and two counts sale of Schedule II.
   * Shane Craig, 27, 169 Ruby Ave., was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Eric Buck on a warrant charging him with violation of probation and evading arrest.
   * Tim Markland, 34, 120 Lyons Road, Hampton, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Chad Grindstaff on warrants charging him with failure to appear.
   * Eddie Lee Perkins, 34, 128 Lakeview Apartments, #7, Johnson City, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Chad Grindstaff on a warrant charging him with failure to appear.
   * Kyle Edward Brooks, 40, 164 Swimming Pool Road, Hampton, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Dean Jones on warrants charging him with aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000, reckless driving and evading arrest.
   * Jerry R. Oaks, 19, 920 S. Second St., was issued a summons Wednesday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Jason McCall charging him with theft of property.
   * Reese Taylor, 23, 208 Allen Ave., was issued a summons Wednesday by EPD Ptl. Mike McIntosh charging her with theft of property.
   * Terry A. Potter, 37, Broad Street Bridge, was arrested Wednesday by EPD Capt. Rusty Verran and charged with public intoxication. Potter also was served with warrants charging him with harassment under domestic violence, assault under domestic violence, violation of an order of protection and criminal trespassing.
   * Caroline Bible Roark, 40, 504 Cedar St., Mountain City, was issued a summons Wednesday by EPD Ptl. Michael Merritt following a traffic stop. Roark was cited for speeding and driving on suspended license.
   * Linda D. Smith, 40, 1555 Garden Drive, Kingsport, and Barbara M. Hunley, 24, 1557 Garden Drive, Kingsport, were arrested Thursday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with theft of property over $1,000 and possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrests stem from investigations into the theft of pocketbooks and store buggies at Wal-Mart, Super Kmart, and Lowe's from July 7 to July 12.
  
Stabbing

   * Elizabethton Police are investigating a stabbing incident which occurred around 12:34 a.m. Thursday in the parking lot of Redi-Mart on Bluefield Avenue. William Scott Fleenor, 19, of Hampton, told officers that passengers in a silver/gray Subaru stationwagon started staring at him at an intersection and then started "flipping him off." When the light turned green, Fleenor let the Subaru go on ahead and didn't immediately follow it. As he began traveling east on Siam Road, he noticed the vehicle waiting for him in the curve before the traffic light at the intersection of Bluefield Avenue. The vehicle pulled into Redi-Mart and allowed the passengers to exit. As Fleenor went through the light, the males began yelling at him and asking him to pull in. He pulled into the lot to ask them what their problem was and as he started to roll down his window, one of the males punched him in the left cheek and mouth. Fleenor said he exited his pickup and started fighting back. The other white male also started swinging at him, he said. The first male then pulled out a pocket knife and stabbed him in the leg. One of the males was described as short and stocky with red hair, freckles, and a thin mustache. He was wearing a yellow cap with blue bill and an "M" on the front. The second male was described as tall and skinny, and wearing a sleeveless T-shirt with open sides. Detective Greg Workman is investigating.

Shooting

   * Sullivan County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting which occurred Wednesday at 503 Cole Hollow Road, Blountville. Officers were called to the location at 8:56 p.m. and found Travis Wade Condry, 22, 226 Olinger Road, Blountville, had been shot through the chest. He was transported to Holston Valley Hospital where he was believed to be in stable condition. According to witnesses, Condry had been in an altercation earlier in the evening with William Conn Robertson, 31, 503 Cole Hollow Road, before going to the residence.
  
Inmate death


   * The Tennessee Department of Correction's Internal Affairs Division, the TBI, and Wayne County Sheriff's Department are investigating the death of an inmate at CCA South Central Correctional Center in Clifton, Tenn. Tom Harris, 54, was found on his cell floor around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. The body was transported to Wayne Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. Authorities are investigating the death as a possible homicide. The body was sent to the state medical examiner for autopsy. Harris was serving 25 years for aggravated sexual battery and aggravated rape out of Davidson County. He entered TDOC on Dec. 18, 1986, and his sentence was set to expire in March 2011.