November 19, 2001

Arrests


   * Victor Tracy Haynes Jr., 19, was arrested Thursday by Constable David Jones on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Michael Wayne Miller, 27, 628 Long Hollow Road, was arrested Thursday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Jim Pemberton on a capias charging him with failure to appear on sale of Schedule IV.
   * George W. Green, 34, 522 Walnut St., was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Chris Pierce on capiases from Criminal Court charging him with failure to appear.
   * Randy Keith McIntosh, 34, 133 River Road, was arrested Thursday by Constable David Jones on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Robert J. Norris, 36, 131 Jack Bradley Road, was issued a summons Thursday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Brook Mullins following a traffic stop. Norris was cited for driving on revoked license.
  
Accident

   * Russell Hodge, 35, 212 Whaleytown Road, Butler, reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Laverne Julian that as he was turning onto Jim Duffield Road around 6:40 p.m. that a male subject stepped out into the road in front of him. It was dark and the accident was unavoidable, according to Hodge. He told the officer he got out of his truck to help the male he had hit and offered to take him to the hospital, but the man refused. The victim, who was unknown to Hodge, asked for a ride home and Hodge gave him a ride. The man told Hodge he wasn't hurt. Hodge then went to his residence, called 911, and reported the accident.
  
Theft

   * Adam Taylor, 29, 382 Nave Hollow Loop, reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Albert Nave that he and his father were on a hunting trip in South Dakota when someone took a stainless steel .45-caliber Smith & Wesson with 3-1/2 inch barrel, belt holster and two clips out of his father's truck.
   * Dennis L. Jackson, 31, 148 Whaleytown Road, Butler, reported Wednesday to CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm that his 1984 Chevrolet Blazer was found wrecked near the powerlines which run up the mountainside behind his home. Jackson said he last saw the vehicle on Monday. His stepbrother was in possession of the vehicle at the time. According to Jackson, he allowed his stepbrother to use the vehicle to drive back and forth to a cabin his family owns, located on the mountain behind his residence. On Wednesday, Jackson asked his stepbrother where the vehicle was and was told that it was up on the mountain, out of gas. He later told Jackson that the vehicle was "all messed up" and had been stolen. Jackson located the vehicle wrecked near the powerlines which cross the top of the mountain near his home.
  
Vandalism

   * Cathy Burleson, 29, 278 Long Hollow Road, reported Thursday to CCSD that she and her husband had gone to the grocery store and left their children at home with their tutor. The children heard someone knocking on a rear window and saw a subject, wearing a blue sweatshirt and mask, run. Soon afterward, a bedroom window was broken.