August 3, 2001

Arrests


   * Angela D. Walker, 30, 107 E. K St., was arrested Wednesday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Shannon Peters after police were dispatched to 701 Well Street on the report of an intoxicated and disorderly female. Ptl. Peters found Walker sitting in a vehicle on the driver's side, yelling out the window and constantly blowing the horn. As the officer exited his vehicle, Walker started screaming at him. He asked her what the problem was and she said she wanted to leave but did not have her keys. Walker exited the vehicle and the officer noticed a strong odor of an intoxicating substance about her. When informed by Ptl. Peters that she was under arrest for public intoxication, Walker pulled away from the officer and tried to get away, according to the report. She was handcuffed and placed in the patrol car, where she started hitting her head on the cage and kicking the door. Ptl. Kevin Cable then administered a chemical agent to get her to stop banging her head. After arrival at the sheriff's department, Walker was still combative and attempting to pull away from officers, according to the report. She was placed against the wall of the sally port until she calmed down. She additionally was charged with resisting arrest.
   * William H. Repass, 46, 375 Stout Hollow Road, Hampton, was arrested Wednesday by EPD Ptl. Kevin Cable following a traffic stop. Repass was charged with speeding and driving on suspended license.
   * William Bruce Arrowood, 22, 886 Dry Creek Road, Jonesborough, was arrested Wednesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Michael Carlock on warrants charging him with violation of probation and failure to serve jail time.
   * Joseph Michael Whitson, 18, Elizabethton, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Michael Carlock on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Paul Douglas Sommers, 43, 918 Hwy. 91, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on a warrant charging him with second-offense DUI.
   * Heather N. Riddle, 27, 213 Little Germany Road, Erwin, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Dean Jones following a traffic stop on Old Lewis Road. Riddle was charged with second-offense DUI and was given an Intoximeter test at Carter County Jail, resulting in a blood alcohol content of .19 percent.
   * Michael Lee Herbin, 25, 1505 Cherokee Road, was arrested early Thursday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after they were dispatched to Mel Circle Building #3, Apt. #4, regarding shots being fired. Officers determined that Herbin fired several shots at another person, both inside and outside of the apartment. At least one of the shots entered an occupied apartment across the hall from where the incident began. Herbin was charged with aggravated assault, felony reckless endangerment and resisting arrest.
   * Floyd John Tucker, 38, 106 New St., was arrested Wednesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau following investigation of a July 22 dispute between Tucker and his neighbor. Tucker was charged with aggravated assault.
   * Richard Morris, 44, 315 Hamilton St., was arrested Wednesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with possession of Schedule VI for resale, possession of a firearm, and driving with no driver's license. The arrest stems from a traffic stop at North Roan and West Holston where officers had information the driver of the vehicle had warrants out of Washington County.
  
Criminal trespass

   * Christopher J. Greene, 24, 219 S. Hills Drive, and Christopher J. Effrick, 23, no address listed, were served Wednesday by EPD Ptl. Jason Shaw with letters from Elizabethton Housing Authority banning them from EHDA property. Greene was arrested Saturday and charged with aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, and sexual battery by EPD, among other charges by Tennessee Highway Patrol, following an incident in which he allegedly attempted to rape a wheelchair-bound resident of the South Hills Drive apartments.

Vandalism

   * EPD Ptl. Jerry Bradley responded Tuesday to Grindstaff Chevrolet regarding a vandalized vehicle. The officer spoke with an employee who advised that Kenneth C. Horn, 283 Heyford Drive, Bristol, was test-driving a vehicle on Highway 67 at which time some kids in the back of a blue Chevrolet pickup threw something out of the truck, striking and breaking the windshield of the vehicle Horn was test-driving.