* Michael Grindstaff, 21, 702 New Elizabethton
Hwy., was arrested Tuesday by Elizabethton Police Department
Ptl. Jason Shaw on a warrant charging him with the March 28
burglary of Lynnwood Apartments.
* Mary J. Clemons, 32, 115 Carreville Road, Johnson
City, was arrested Tuesday by EPD Ptl. Mike McIntosh after
the officer was called to Sycamore Shoals Emergency Room regarding
a disorderly female making threats toward ER nurses. Clemons
appeared to be in an intoxicated state and was charged with
public intoxication. She was taken to Carter County Jail where
she became disorderly again, reached out and grabbed a coffee
cup and motioned with her arm as though she were going to
throw it at the officer. Officers were able to take the cup
away from her. She also was charged with disorderly conduct.
* Lorenzo Michael Harrington, 30, 406 Welbourne
St., was arrested Wednesday by officers of Johnson City Police
Bureau on a charge of aggravated robbery. The arrest stems
from investigation into the Friday robbery of the Sunoco Store,
601 W. Watauga Ave.
* William Jerome Watts, Bldg. 1, Apt. 8, Mel
Circle, Johnson City, was arrested Tuesday by officers of
Johnson City Police Bureau after officers responded to an
armed robbery at Colonel Steve's Wine and Liquor Warehouse,
701 W. Market St. The clerk reported that two black males
entered the store, one of them brandishing a weapon, and demanded
money from the register. The second male went behind the counter
and removed money from the register and the suspects fled
on foot. Following a search of the area, Watts was located
a short distance from the scene and was identified as the
male that removed the money from the register. He was charged
with aggravated robbery. The second suspect is described as
a black male, 6 feet tall, 160-175 pounds, wearing a pink-
or peach-colored jersey. Anyone with information is asked
to call the Criminal Investigation Division at 434-6166 or
Crimestoppers at 434-6158.
* Officers of Johnson City Police Bureau responded
at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday to TCBY Treats, 2108 W. Market St., regarding
an aggravated robbery. Officers were advised that a white
male, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 170 pounds, with
black hair and wearing a navy blue sweater, light blue jeans
and a black hat, entered the business brandishing a weapon.
The suspect then demanded all the money and fled on foot with
an undetermined amount of cash. Anyone with information is
asked to call the Criminal Investigation Division at 434-6166
or Crimestoppers at 434-6158.
* Richard Norris, 31, 300 Broad St., reported
Tuesday to EPD Ptl. Jason McCall that a 5000-watt digital
air conditioner had been stolen from a storage building on
his property at 327 S. Lynn Ave.
* Carolyn Sue Fletcher, 59, 154 Melody Lane,
reported Monday to EPD Ptl. Jason McCall that two rings were
taken from her dresser on Friday while she was moving from
Pine Ridge Circle. The rings were described as a square 1/4-carat
diamond set in white gold and another as gold, horseshoe-shaped.
* Mitchell Peters, 53, 140 A.O. Buckles Road,
reported Saturday to Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy
Albert Nave that a .38-caliber Charter Arms pistol was missing.
* Ray Osborne, 59, 1300 Arney St., reported Wednesday
to EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott that sometime in the last two days,
someone broke into his apartment. Osborne said someone removed
the window screen and entered his residence, taking some recently
purchased clothes valued at $100.
* A 17-year-old juvenile was issued a summons
Tuesday by EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott after the officer responded
to the area of Broad Street in reference to a hit-and-run
accident which occurred on Highway 91. The vehicle and driver
were located on Riverside Drive. The driver told the officer
he left the scene because he was scared. The driver of the
other vehicle, a 16-year-old female, was transported to Sycamore
Shoals Hospital with unknown injuries. The male was charged
with leaving the scene of an accident with injuries.
* Kenneth Thurman, 22, 262 Lacy Hollow Road,
reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm that he had found
large logs pulled across his driveway last Wednesday, Thursday,
and again Monday. He said he has been left several unsigned
notes asking him to help make repairs on the driveway.
* CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett was dispatched Monday
to Lift Academy, 2453 Siam Road, where he was advised by Eric
Ross, 50, that he was cursed and threatened by one of the
students on Friday, just before school was dismissed. The
student was suspended Monday for five days.