October 9, 2001

Arrests


&nbsp  * Amber Shontel Miller, 19, 627 E. Pine St., Johnson City, was arrested Sunday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Laverne Julian after the officer was called to Cedar Grove Road regarding a female lying in a ditch. The woman told the officer the last thing she remembered was being at a club in Johnson City with some friends, where she had been drinking and had taken some pills. She was checked out by members of Carter County Rescue Squad but refused to go to the hospital. She was charged with public intoxication.
&nbsp  * Charles Bowers, 31, 194 Roy Bowers Road, was arrested Sunday at his residence by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on a warrant taken out by Investigator George Skeans charging him with aggravated burglary and theft over $500.
&nbsp  * Natasha M. Bowers, 22, Spears Avenue #10, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on a warrant taken out by Investigator George Skeans charging her with aggravated burglary and theft over $500. 
&nbsp  * Derrick Davis, 23, 1298 Bluefield Ave., was arrested Friday by CCSD Deputy David Jones on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
&nbsp  * Alan Dean Back, 36, of Johnson City was arrested Friday by CCSD Deputy Chris Pierce on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
&nbsp  * Charles Taylor Johnson, 27, 1503 Garden Road, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm following a traffic stop. Johnson was charged with driving on suspended license, violation of registration law and possession of Schedule IV.

Theft

&nbsp  * An employee of Why Walk Auto Sales, 130 W. Elk Ave., reported Friday to EPD Ptl. Richard Haney that four wheels had been stolen off of a repossessed 1993 Honda Civic.
&nbsp  * Herman Miller of Doe River Auto Sales, 1680 Hwy. 19E, reported Friday to EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott that a wheel had been removed from a 1999 Honda Civic and the lug nuts stolen. Miller said that when he arrived for work he found the wheel beside the vehicle with the lug nuts gone.
&nbsp  * Timothy J. Morgan, 35, 917 Pine Ridge Circle, reported Friday to EPD Ptl. Jesus Pena that he hung two pairs of camouflage pants on the line to dry on Thursday evening. On Friday morning they were still on the line, however, when he returned home Friday evening, they were gone. One pair was blue and white; one was gray and white.
&nbsp  * Wayne McClain of The Car Store, 700 N. Lynn Ave., reported Saturday to EPD Ptl. Joey Proffitt that he pulled in Saturday to check his business and saw a white male removing a radio from a truck on his lot. When the suspect saw him, he got into a red truck and left the scene.
&nbsp  * EPD Ptl. Brooke Mullins and Sgt. Charles Moreland were dispatched at 3:03 a.m. Monday to Stateline Market, 1876 Hwy. 19E, regarding a burglary. Officers found the lock on the back door had been twisted out and thrown on the ground near the building. Cartons of cigarettes were found scattered on the floor behind the counters and in a garbage can near the back door. An undetermined amount of cigarettes were taken, according to the report.

Vandalism

&nbsp  * William Woodside, 1756 W. G St., reported Saturday to EPD Sgt. Matt Bailey that two trees had been cut down in his back yard. Nothing else appeared to be damaged, according to the report.
&nbsp  * Carl Burns, 41, 123 Reeser Road, reported Saturday to EPD Ptl. Richard Haney that his truck had not been working properly and when he removed the gas tank, there were several pairs of latex gloves inside the tank.