* Philip W. Myers, 46, 6919 Big Dry Run, Butler,
was arrested Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department
Deputy Chris Pierce on a capias charging him with failure
* Cathy P. Caraway, 40, 5050 Goosecreek, Lenoir,
N.C., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Tim Lowe on a warrant
charging him with violation of probation.
* Freddie Lee Julian Jr., 24, Eastland Apts.
#2, Hampton, was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy on
a warrant charging him with theft under $500.
* Alvin Bennett, 45, 1336 Hwy. 226, Bakersville,
N.C., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Wayne Pritchard on
an attachment for contempt from Chancery Court.
* Mark Whitaker, 28, no address listed, was arrested
Tuesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after they
were called to 820 W. Market Street on a report of a forged
prescription. Whitaker was arrested at the scene and was being
held on $3,000 bond in Washington County Detention Center.
* Thomas Mathes, 48, 1112 E. Lakeview Drive,
was arrested Tuesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau
and charged with attempted aggravated burglary. The arrest
stems from investigation into which Mathes was seen attempting
to break into a local residence.
* Stephen Asa Davis, 41, formerly of 235 McGill
Road, Chucky, and Evan Banner, 46, 242 McGill Road, have been
charged with several counts of theft after a month-long investigation
between Washington County and Greene County Sheriff's Departments.
Davis was charged with two counts of theft over $10,000 and
one count of theft over $1,000 for the Aug. 5 theft of a dump
truck, backhoe and utility trailer from 211 Horton Hwy., Fall
Branch. He also was charged with theft over $5,000 for the
theft of a John Deere "Gator" from 162 Pig Broyles Road on
Jan. 30, theft over $5,000 for theft of a cement mixer and
miscellaneous shrubbery from 2285 Hwy. 107 on June 18, and
theft over $1,000 for a Craftsman riding mower stolen from
106 Treadway Road on Aug. 6. Banner was charged with two counts
of theft over $10,000 and one count of theft over $1,000 for
his role in the Horton Highway incident on Aug. 5. The John
Deere Gator was recovered in Roane County, while other property
was recovered in Roane and Cumberland counties. Additionally,
Wesley Williams, a known associate, was arrested by Washington
County authorities on Aug. 10 at 242 McGill Road and charged
with criminal impersonation after he gave the wrong name to
investigators who were looking for Davis. Williams also had
outstanding drug-related charges in Roane County. Both Davis
and Banner, along with Davis's wife, Tonya, have been charged
in Greene County with several felonies and are currently in
jail in Greene County. The investigation is continuing and
additional arrests are expected in both jurisdictions.
* Elizabeth Clemmons, 19, 119 Basin Road, reported
Monday to Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Tonya Scott
that she and her 8-month-old son were driving through the
parking lot at Wal-Mart when two males attempted to enter
her vehicle. She said the two suspects displayed a weapon
and demanded to be driven to Sycamore Street, but first went
to use telephones both inside and outside the store during
which time Clemmons drove away. She described the subjects
as a black male, about 5 feet, 6 inches tall, 185 pounds,
possibly in his mid-20s, wearing white shorts and a white
shirt with blue stripes. The second subject was described
as a white male, about 5 feet, 8 inches tall, 150 pounds,
possibly in his late teens, wearing black pants and a white
shirt. Clemmons said the black male displayed a small black
handgun. Officers searched the Wal-Mart and Sycamore Street
areas but were unable to locate the subjects.
* Christopher K. Henderson, 35, 1693 Milligan
Hwy., and Donna L. Henderson, 47, same address, reported Monday
to EPD Ptl. Jennifer Mayberry that they had gone to look at
a house to rent because Christopher Henderson's daughter had
moved in with them. When they returned home they found the
daughter in the residence with her boyfriend and confronted
her. The girl called her mother who came to the residence
with two male subjects, and while Mr. Henderson was speaking
with the mother, he allegedly was hit from behind, knocked
to the ground and attacked. Henderson had cuts to his upper
back area and both arms, and bruising and swelling to his
left cheek area.
* Barbara Garland, 58, 509 Race St., reported
Monday to EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott that a diamond cluster ring
valued at $3,800 had been taken from her residence. She said
the last time she saw the ring, it had been on her night stand.
* Bernard Johnson, 67, 401 E. Mill St., reported
Monday to EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott that the side window of his
1979 Ford custom van had been broken out sometime around Friday
or Saturday night while parked behind his residence.