October 1, 2001

Arrests

   * Belinda Gail Russell, 28, 385 Whaleytown Road, Butler, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Lt. Mike Fraley on charges of disorderly conduct.
   * Carolyn Hopson, 19, 285 Greenlee Road, was arrested Friday by CCSD Robert Hooks on a charge of violation of probation.
   * Betsy O. Stein, 44, 238 Piercetown Road, Butler, was arrested Thursday by Deputy Bobby Canter on a warrant for criminal trespassing.
   * Officers of Johnson City Police Bureau arrested a male juvenile Thursday on charges of forgery of checks, passing forged checks, possessing forged checks, possessing stolen property, criminal impersonation, evading arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrest stems from an incident that occurred Thursday at 1-Stop Liquor Store, 1914 S. Roan St. The juvenile was released to his parents.
  

Vandalism

   * A double glass door at Farmer John's Produce Market, 1207 Hwy. 19E, was found smashed and cracked around 2:27 a.m. Friday by Elizabethton Police Department Sgt. Roger Crowe who was on routine patrol. A concrete block was found lying at the bottom of the door.
  

Theft

   * Melissa B. McNeal, 35, 306 Lovers Lane, reported Wednesday to EPD Ptl. Shannon Peters that someone had entered her vehicle while she was at Church of God on Park Street and had taken a backpack from the vehicle.
   * Randolph Laroche, 22, 1288 Gap Creek Road, reported Wednesday to Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Todd Hamm that someone broke into his 1990 Honda Civic during the night and removed a JVC aluminum face CD player, a titanium shift knob with red lettering, a set of clear tail light lenses, an RC10-GT gas-powered radio controlled truck, a Futaba Magnum controller, and 150 CDs belonging to his girlfriend.