August 20, 2001

Arrests

   * Donald Ray Whitehead, 28, 2927 Hwy. 91, was arrested Saturday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Albert Nave and charged with assault under domestic violence.
   * Jamie Lee Moody, 328 Old Mill Road, Elk Park, N.C., was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Dean Jones on a capias charging him with failure to appear.
   * Romney McKinney Markland, 38, 302 Whitney St., Johnson City, was arrested Saturday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with aggravated assault under domestic violence and domestic vandalism. The arrest stems from a dispute between Markland, his girlfriend, and his son.
   * Jerry W. Phillips, 45, General Delivery, was arrested Thursday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after officers responded to 320 Arbor Drive on a report of a stabbing. When officers arrived, they found David Coon of the residence had been cut with a knife following an altercation outside. Phillips was located a short time later and identified as the person who had stabbed Coon. He was charged with aggravated assault.

Indecent exposure

   * According to Johnson City Police Bureau, a white male entered a local business around 2:45 p.m. Thursday, pulled his pants down, exposed himself to a female employee and asked her if she wanted to have sexual intercourse. The male then ran from the store. A short time later, a white male fitting the description of the person involved in the previous incident, approached a female walking to her car in the parking lot of a local department store and exposed himself to the female. After the female ran to her vehicle, the male followed her and grabbed her breast after she got inside the automobile. The suspect is described as about 5 feet, 10 inches tall, early to mid-30s, brown hair and mustache. He was last seen wearing a football jersey and matching hat similar in color to the Carolina Panthers football team, black running shorts, and possibly tennis shoes. The victims advised that the suspect was very unkempt. Persons with information concerning either of the incidents are asked to contact the Police Bureau's Criminal Investigation Division, 434-6166, or Crimestoppers, 434-6158.