* Lisa Kay Peters, 34, 510 Allen Ave., was arrested
Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Terry
Blevins on a warrant charging her with failure to appear on
a show cause order for shoplifting.
* Timothy Woodby was arrested Monday by CCSD
Deputy Matthew Lunceford at the Unicoi County Jail on a warrant
charging him with violation of probation.
* Eullas Monroe Goodwin, 30, 1601 E. Millard
St., was arrested Tuesday by officers of Johnson City Police
Bureau and charged with aggravated robbery following investigation
of the Sept. 11 armed robbery of Colonel Steve's Wine &
Liquor Warehouse, 701 W. Market St.
* Jimmy W. Yelton, 27, of Erwin died around 3:15
a.m. Tuesday in a one-vehicle accident on Interstate 181 at
Okolona Road. According to Tennessee Highway Patrol, Yelton
went into the grass on the left side of the exit as he was
turning off onto Okolona, lost control of the vehicle, and
apparently overcorrected. The vehicle rolled three times,
partially ejecting Yelton. He was transported to Johnson City
Medical Center where he died. Yelton was not wearing a seat
belt and alcohol was believed to be involved.
* A Kingsport man has been charged with attempted
second-degree murder following a stabbing incident around
2:05 a.m. Tuesday. According to Sullivan County Sheriff's
Office, Cindy Nicole Gilliam, 21, 1001 Maple St., Kingsport,
and Talmon Lafayette Lee, 50, 225 Dunbar St., Kingsport, had
been arguing when Gilliam apparently acted as though she was
going to use a hunting knife on Lee. Witnesses said she was
pulled away from him and in the process, dropped the knife,
which was recovered by Lee. A short time later, Gilliam approached
Lee again and he stabbed her one time in the chest. She was
taken to Holston Valley Hospital where she underwent surgery.
* Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Kevin Cable
responded Sunday to East Tennessee Christian Children's Home,
517 Allen Ave., regarding a burglary. Toi J. Kendall, on-duty
houseparent, told the officer that sometime between 9:45 a.m.
and 12:15 p.m., someone entered the second-floor outer door
and burglarized two residents' rooms. Taken from one of the
rooms were a Sharp three-disc CD player/stereo with speakers,
15 CDs, nine pairs of pants, 10 shirts, two pairs of Nike
shoes, three jackets and two bottles of Nike cologne. Taken
from the second room were a Geneva wristwatch, a silver necklace
and charm, a pair of Nike and a pair of Reebok shoes, three
pairs of Polo pants and one pair of Lee dungarees. Residents
were at church at the time of the theft.
* Richard Allen Lyons, 22, 104 Dan Berry Hill
Road, reported Tuesday to CCSD Deputy Mary Lewis that he arrived
at his residence around 3:30 a.m. and found his home had been
broken into. Lyons said the back door appeared to have been
pried open. Missing were an American flag, a Confederate flag,
a brown dream catcher with small eagles, a black leather trench
coat and a Highlander edition katana sword.
* Sandra Smith, 39, 104 Unaka View Drive, Johnson
City, reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Chad Grindstaff that
when she and her family returned home they noticed the back
glass of their 1995 Chevrolet truck had been broken out. Smith
said lights which previous had been off in the house were
on when they returned and an exterior door had been forcefully
pried open. Several items in the house had been rearranged
and a mahogany chest was missing.
* CCSD Reserve Deputy Maj. Dave Ryan responded
around 2:30 a.m. Sunday to Renfro Grocery on South Roan Street
in Johnson City regarding a soft drink machine which had been
broken into. The officer found the Pepsi machine at the front
of the store had pry marks on the outside door and the lock
had been forced out. It was found on the pavement beside the