* Timothy Dewayne Williams, 40, 102 Bertie Lane,
Hampton, was arrested Sunday by Carter County Sheriff's Department
Deputy Eric Buck after he, Lt. Bob Hooks, Deputy Kenneth Cornett
and Reserve Officer Maj. Dave Ryan responded to the residence
regarding an armed intoxicated person. Officers were advised
that Williams had made several homicidal threats to neighbors
and that he was sitting on a bank beside the creek. Officers
went to the location and found Williams sitting there asleep
with a Jennings .22-caliber automatic handgun in his left
hand. He was disarmed, handcuffed, and escorted to a waiting
patrol car. Williams was charged with public intoxication
and possession of a firearm while under the influence. He
continued to make threats against his neighbors on the way
to Carter County Jail, according to the report.
* Brian Samuel Bateman, 28, 1491 Southside Road,
was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Eric Buck following a
traffic stop on Southside Road. Bateman was charged with DUI
and was given an Intoximeter test at Carter County Jail, resulting
in a blood alcohol content of .25 percent.
* Chris Clayton Hicks, 22, 527 Laurels Road,
Johnson City, was arrested Friday by CCSD Chief Deputy James
Parrish after he and Deputy Kenneth Cornett responded to a
fight call at 118 Peggy Lane. Officers were notified that
the perpetrator had left the scene. Hicks' vehicle was spotted
by Chief Parrish, who turned on the vehicle and arrested Hicks
at Idlewylde Subdivision. Hicks was charged with assault under
domestic violence and going armed.
* Kevin Dewayne Smith, 23, 155 Browns Branch
Road, Hampton, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Sarah
Ryan following a traffic stop. He was charged with DUI and
was given an Intoximeter test at Carter County Jail, resulting
in a blood alcohol content of .16 percent.
* Terry Don Markland, 49, 2109 David Miller Road,
Johnson City, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Albert
Nave after the officer stopped to check a pedestrian walking
on Highway 91 around 1:24 a.m. Markland was charged with public
* George R. Myers, 69, 145 Rosewood Circle #2,
Watauga, was arrested Friday by CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy on a warrant
charging him with failure to appear on violation of worthless
* Kristie Michelle Mullins, 25, 145 Rosewood
Circle #5, Watauga, was arrested Friday by CCSD Deputy Penny
Cornett on a capias from General Sessions Court charging her
with failure to appear on a charge of driving on revoked license.
* Donnie Shell, 34, 314 Betty St., Johnson City,
was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Jim Whaley and charged
with DUI, evading arrest and violation of implied consent.
* Michael Wayne Miller, 26, 628 Long Hollow Road,
was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Eric Buck on a warrant
charging him with sale of Schedule IV and conspiracy to sell
* Robert Allen Byrd, 28, 3667 Eagles Road, MacClesfield,
N.C., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Janice Mitchell on
a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
* Randy A. Bowman, 29, 240 Ralph Hose Road, Jonesborough,
was arrested Sunday by CCSD Deputy Chad Grindstaff on a warrant
charging him with assault under domestic violence.
* Timothy Dewayne Williams, 40, 102 Bertie Lane,
Lot #19, Hampton, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Dean
Jones after witnesses told officers that Williams pulled a
gun on two male subjects at 102 Bertie Lane, Lot #27. Williams
told the officer he did pull the gun because he was tired
of them fighting all the time in front of his 2-year-old daughter.
He also said they were parking in his yard and throwing trash
on his property. Williams was charged with aggravated assault.
* Randy Lee Bowers, 43, 305 Cottage Ave., was
arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Chad Grindstaff on a warrant
charging him with failure to appear with fines and costs on
a charge of driving on revoked license.
* Daniel Lee Strong, 38, 635 Willow Springs Road,
was arrested Friday by CCSD Deputy Albert Nave and charged
with public intoxication.
* Steven Ray Testerman, 26, 615 Deer Run Road,
Mountain City, was arrested Sunday by officers of Johnson
City Police Bureau after they responded to Ramada Inn, 2606
N. Roan St., regarding a domestic assault. The victim told
officers that she had fled the Waffle House, 2508 N. Roan
St., after her husband attacked her with a steak knife. She
sustained a minor laceration to her left arm. Testerman was
arrested at the scene and charged with aggravated assault.
* Heather Ashley Smith, 18, 105 Short St., Hampton,
was arrested Sunday by Elizabethton Police Department Sgt.
Brian Fraley following a traffic stop. Smith was charged with
DUI and was transported to Carter County Jail where she was
given an Intoximeter test resulting in a blood alcohol content
of .11 percent.
* Jason M. Stewart, 21, 110 Reeser Road, was
arrested Friday by EPD Ptl. Jennifer Mayberry and charged
with possession of an illegal firearm after he was found to
have a sawed-off shotgun.
* A 42-year-old Michigan man was electrocuted
Sunday, and his 16-year old son and a 45-year-old friend received
severe electrical shocks during an accident in Bristol. Bristol
Tennessee Police officers responded around 8:04 a.m. to 135
Old Thomas Bridge Road regarding an electrical explosion.
Kimberly McNeice, 42, 6423 S. State Road, Goodrich, Mich.,
told officers that the victims were trying to take down a
flag pole when it got away from them and landed on a live
power line. All three received electrical shocks. Bradley
McNeice, husband of Kimberly McNeice, died in the accident.
Christina Ulman, 45, 7971 Harmony Court, Fair Haven, Mich.,
and the McNeices' son were transported to Bristol Regional
Medical Center for treatment.
* Officers of Johnson City Police Bureau are
investigating the death of 46-year-old Daniel Wayne Hall of
the V.A. Medical Center, Mountain Home. Police responded around
2 a.m. Monday to a call of a person being struck by a train.
Hall's body was found on the Norfolk & Southern tracks
east of McKinley Road at Burlington Industries and was transported
to Johnson City Medical Center for autopsy.
* CCSD Deputy Penny Cornett responded Sunday
to Believers Church on First Avenue in Hampton regarding a
stolen vehicle. Lena Odom, 114 Hartley Road, told the officer
that she parked her Dodge Caravan in front of the church and
when she returned it was gone, along with her purse and her
son's 20-inch bicycle which were inside the van. The officer
also spoke with Jerry Smith, 8503 Hwy. 19E, Roan Mountain,
who reported that he had parked his 2001 Kia beside the church
and when he returned he found it had been wrecked. According
to the report, the vehicle had struck a road sign and was
stuck in the grass. It was believed that the perpetrators
tried to steal the Kia, wrecked it, then stole the Dodge van
instead. Both vehicles had the keys left inside them. The
Kia sustained heavy damage to the passenger side and front
of the vehicle.