September 2, 2001
* Gary Lynn Carden, 37, 214 W. H St., was arrested
Wednesday by Elizabethton Police Department Capt. Clyde Croy
following a traffic stop for expired tags. Following a check
of Carden's driver's license, he was charged with seventh-offense
driving on revoked license. The owner of the vehicle, whose
name was not listed, also was revoked for DUI and was aware
of Carden's driving status. The car was seized and taken to
the city impound lot.
* Jamie Lynn "Bo" Townsend, 32, 518 West E St.,
and Terry Gene King, 23, 22 Music Dr., were arrested Friday
by EPD Capt. Clyde Croy after officers received a call to
608 Locust St., Lot #32 regarding a domestic disturbance.
When officers arrived they observed Townsend and King in the
yard pushing each other around. The two were separated and
asked what happened. Witnesses told officers that Townsend
had been fighting with his girlfriend and had hit her several
times, then broke the windshield out of her car. Townsend
and King both were highly intoxicated, according to the report,
and were charged with pubic intoxication. Townsend also was
charged with assault under domestic violence, vandalism under
domestic violence, and violation of probation.
* Adam J. Taylor, 27, 2120 Old Elizabethton Hwy.,
was arrested Thursday by Carter County Sheriff's Department
Deputy Brad Johnson on a warrant from Johnson County charging
him with violation of probation and a capias from Carter County
charging him with three counts of failure to appear on theft
* David L. Whittington, 40, 139 Rasnick Rd.,
was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on a capias
charging him with failure to appear with fines and costs on
no driver's license on person. A 16-year-old juvenile found
at the residence also was arrested on an attachment from Juvenile
* Ralph Wayne Whitehead, 27, 401 Rittertown Road,
Hampton, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on
a capias from General Sessions Court charging him with failure
to appear on fines and costs on assault, possession of Schedule
VI, possession of drug paraphernalia, third-offense driving
on suspended license, two counts of theft and vandalism. He
also was served a criminal summons for failure to pay fines
* A North Carolina man and a Florida woman were
arrested Thursday evening at Freedom Hall Civic Center by
officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with criminal
simulation after they were observed selling or possessing
counterfeit T-shirts at the Lynard Skynard concert. Andrew
Lawrence Mallin, 30, 56 BeeJay Dr., Sylva, N.C., and Elizabeth
A. Hasle, 27, 2121 N.E. 52nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., were
being held on $3,000 bond each.
* Pauline L. Usary, 30, no address listed, was
arrested Thursday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau
after they responded to a domestic violence call during which
Usary allegedly threatened to burn the house down and struck
her husband with her car as she was leaving the residence.
Usary was charged with assault under domestic violence.
* Robert Fields, 134 Dock Fields Rd., Buck Mountain,
reported Thursday to CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy that sometime during
the past month while he was out of town, someone entered his
Toyota which was parked at his residence and took a .12-gauge
Winchester shotgun from behind the seat. Fields said he forgot
to take the gun out before leaving for work. When he went
to the truck to get a tool box, he found the gun missing.
* Ericka Honeycutt, 28, 121 Ericka Lane, reported
Thursday to CCSD Deputy Gregg Nave that two bicycles and a
dog were missing from her residence. The dog was discovered
missing around 7:15 a.m. Wednesday and the bicycles were found
missing around 6:40 p.m. Thursday. The victim's car also was
entered and a coin holder with change was missing.
* Shelton Dugger, 527 Teaberry Rd., Roan Mountain,
reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Laverne Julian that someone
entered his barn Wednesday night and took a variety of tools
out of a tool box. The box was still there, but was empty.
* Terry E. White, 52, 905 Pine Ridge Circle,
reported Tuesday to EPD Ptl. Jason Shaw that he became sick
and had to be transported to the hospital by Carter County
Rescue Squad. As he was leaving in the ambulance, someone
entered his apartment and took an Anderson watch and $40 in
cash from his residence.
* Walter Teague, 70, 1304 Ledford St., Hampton,
reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Penny Cornett that someone
had broken into his mother's home at 172 Spring St., Hampton,
Wednesday evening. The home appeared to have been entered
through the front window. Nothing was taken, however, everything
in the house had been gone through, with dressers emptied
onto the floors and pictures thrown around.
* Donald Pruett, 259 Russell Hill Rd., reported
Thursday to CCSD Deputy Laverne Julian that he had been watching
over his neighbor's home and noticed Thursday that a rear
window to the back door was broken. Someone had entered the
residence and had gone through every room in the house, however,
nothing appeared to be missing.