* Jenena Mae Greene, 40, 223 Old Mountain Chestnut
Road, Newland, N.C.; Richard Lee Lowery, 37, 165 Cemetery
Hill Road, Newland, N.C.; and Anthony Dewayne Tipton, 32,
133 Elizabeth Ann Drive, were arrested Sunday by Elizabethton
Police Department Ptl. Brooke Mullins following a traffic
stop. The officer detected an odor of alcohol about the driver,
Lowery, and administered a series of field sobriety tasks,
which he failed. He was charged with DUI. Tipton, a passenger
in the vehicle, told the officer that he had had more to drink
than the driver and could not drive home. He was arrested
and charged with public intoxication. Greene, also a passenger
in the vehicle, also told the officer she had had too much
to drink to drive. She, too, was charged with public intoxication.
During a search of Greene, a green leafy substance believed
to be marijuana was found on her person along with one Schedule
IV pill. She additionally was charged with simple possession
and possession of Schedule IV.
* Roger Hardin, 49, 606 N. Roan St., was arrested
Friday by EPD Ptl. Jason Shaw after the officer was called
to check on an intoxicated male reportedly lying in the alley.
The officer located Hardin near Ritchies' Warehouse and determined
he was intoxicated. He was charged with public intoxication.
* Janice Pearson, 37, 107 Woodland Heights, was
arrested Friday by EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott following a traffic
stop. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle near the monument
after Pearson was observed driving erratically, however, she
did not respond until she reached a parking lot on North Main
Street across from Memorial Funeral Chapel. Pearson was given
a field sobriety task, which she performed poorly. She advised
the officer she was taking methadone. Pearson was taken into
custody and charged with DUI, driving on revoked license and
violation of implied consent. She additionally was charged
with possession of Schedule VI and possession of drug paraphernalia
after inventory of her vehicle revealed a substance believed
to be marijuana and a pipe containing residue.
* Shannon W. Kirk, 26, 124 Hillside Drive, was
arrested Monday by EPD Ptl. Brooke Mullins after the officer
responded to a dispute between a male and female subjects
at Raceway. Ladonna Sue Miller, 26, 1241 Bluefield Ave., Apt.
5, told officers that she was being harassed by her ex-boyfriend,
Kirk, and that he wouldn't leave her alone. Miller said Kirk
followed her from her mother's house and she was afraid to
go home. Miller was given an escort and Kirk was told to leave
Raceway and to leave Miller alone. She was told to contact
911 if there were further incidents. About 20 minutes later,
911 dispatched officers to Miller's home where Kirk was found
beating on her front door. He was told to leave four times,
however, he refused and would not accept the officers' instructions
to do so. He was taken into custody and charged with disorderly
* Ronda Lea Harrison, 23, 414 Ferguson Ave.,
was served a warrant Friday by EPD Ptl. Brooke Mullins charging
her with violation of probation.
* James Orville Whittington III, 21, 1401 E.
Millard St., Johnson City, was arrested Tuesday by officers
of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with three counts
of aggravated assault. The arrest was the result of investigation
of an incident which occurred at 2024 E. Unaka Ave., where
Whittington had thrown a large brass lamp through the glass
front door of the residence of Stephanie Napier, the resident,
following an argument. Shattered glass from the door caused
abrasions to Napier and her two juvenile daughters.
* Bruce C. Bange, 3002 S. Greenwood Drive, was
arrested Tuesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau
following a traffic stop on East Watauga Ave. Bange was found
to be in possession of a large amount of marijuana and other
controlled substances. He was charged with possession of Schedule
VI drugs for resale, simple possession, possession of drug
paraphernalia and driving on revoked license.
* Curtis C. Rudder, 23, of Knoxville, was arrested
Wednesday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged
with possession of Schedule II for resale and possession of
Schedule VI drugs following a traffic stop at John Exum Parkway
and Roan Street.
* Scott Campbell, manager at Burger King, reported
Sunday to EPD Ptl. Mike Sproviero that someone drove a vehicle
through the fence on the east side of the parking lot, causing
about $100 in damage.
* Kathy Tipton, 490 Johnson Ave., reported Monday
to EPD Capt. Bill Fraley that someone took a 9-inch boa constrictor
from a tank at the pet shop she operates.
* Kimberly Morrow Freeman, 31, 114 Milligan View
Road, Johnson City, reported Monday to EPD Capt. Rusty Verran
that she locked her vehicle after parking it in front of her
apartment on Sunday evening. When she went to the vehicle
Monday, she found that someone had entered the vehicle by
shattering the driver's side window and had removed a Pioneer
CD player. The item was located about 150 feet south of the
* Elizabeth A. Crumley, 22, 1305 Spruce Lane,
reported Monday to EPD Ptl. Jerry Bradley that someone flattened
all four tires on her vehicle while it was parked at her residence.
* Conley Buckles, 70, 923 Johnson Ave., reported
Friday to EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott that two windows had been broken
out of his residence.
* Two mailboxes in the vicinity of Quail Hollow
Drive were reported damaged Saturday by what appeared to be
a blunt object. On Monday, a mailbox in the area of Ridgecrest
Drive also was damaged.
* Carl Hensey, a worker for Pepsi Cola Bottling
Co., reported Monday to EPD Ptl. Joey Proffitt that someone
apparently attempted to break into a Pepsi machine at Sunshine
Market. The machine sustained an estimated $1,015 in damage.
* Freddie L. Charlton, 39, 1275 Bluefield Ave.,
Apt. H4, reported Saturday to EPD Ptl. Brooke Mullins that
his son's red-and-black Next bicycle was taken from the sidewalk
in front of their apartment.