January 10, 2002

Arrests


   * Matthew Blackburn, 20, 107 Campbell Rash Road, was arrested Tuesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Albert Nave on a capias charging him with failure to appear on no driver's license.
   * Danielle Stills, 25, 426 Hamilton St., Johnson City, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Chad Grindstaff on a warrant out of General Sessions Court charging her with violation of probation.
   * Greg Ward, 34, 311 Church St., Hampton, was arrested Monday by Constable David Jones on a warrant charging him with assault.
   * Glen Allen Hopkins, 21, 1270 Bluefield Ave., was issued a summons Sunday by Elizabethton Police Department Capt. Bill Fraley following a traffic accident. Hopkins was unable to provide proof of financial responsibility and did not have registration for the vehicle. He was issued a summons.
   * Robin Leah Hall, 45, 130 Harrell Road, Johnson City, was issued a summons Sunday by EPD Ptl. Brooke Mullins following a traffic accident with injuries. Hall did not have proof of financial responsibility and her vehicle was not properly registered. She was issued a summons.
   * Christopher Alan Mitchell, 18, 309 North Road, Johnson City, was issued a summons Sunday by EPD Ptl. Jennifer Mayberry following an accident near the Happy Valley High School vocational building. According to the report, the officer observed a white Buick which had left the road and struck a steel support beam and a tree. The driver had left the scene. Mitchell was located later at a residence on Rockhouse Road. He was taken into custody and charged with reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident.
   * Rebecca Gayle Estep, 28, 111 Earl Ave., was issued a summons Monday by EPD Ptl. Shannon Peters after the officer was dispatched to Winn-Dixie regarding a female leaving the store with two 20-ounce sodas and a bag of jelly beans. Sammons was issued a summons for shoplifting.
  
Theft

   * William Earl Carr, 48, 394 Holston Mountain Road, reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Mary Miller that his 1996 Chevrolet 4-wheel drive, valued at about $16,000, had been stolen. The vehicle contained four guns, three tree stands, an ammunition box with ammo and knives, hunting clothes, Bushnel scope and other items. The vehicle later was recovered from Dennis Cove Road.
   * Johnathan Powell, 24, 274 Crabtree Road, Roan Mountain, an employee of Carter County Highway Department, reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Jeffrey Markland that someone in a tan S-10 pickup was seen taking five sets of tire chains on the front of a road grader parked at the highway department's chat station on U.S. Highway 19E in Roan Mountain. The chains were valued at $300 each.
   * Randy Wilson, 39, 195 Cash Hollow Road, reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Mary Miller that someone broke into his residence and removed a .45 automatic handgun, a home safe and its contents, valued at about $1,500. Entry was made by breaking in the rear double doors.

Accident

   * Heather Marie Wood, 28, 126 Runion St., reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Janice Mitchell that she was traveling west on Hilton Hill Road when she applied her brakes on the snow-covered roadway, causing her 1996 Ford Astrostar van to slide off the roadway and strike an embankment, damaging the front end of the vehicle.
   * Mark Allen Stout, 39, 1596 Hwy. 321, Hampton, reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Matthew Lunceford that a snowplow came by his residence between 9 and 11 a.m. and threw a rock through the left rear window of his 1987 Bronco II.
  
Indecent exposure


   * A cleaning lady for Greg's Pizza, 766 W. Elk Ave., reported Tuesday to EPD Ptl. Kevin Cable that while she was cleaning the restaurant shortly after midnight, she noticed a small red vehicle stop in the parking lot adjacent to Greg's, then slowly pull forward. The woman said that as she continued to clean, a male subject jumped out from behind the wall of the building, then jumped back, and jumped out again, exposing his genitals to her. The victim said the suspect then began making lewd movements and reached for the door handle, at which time she called 911. The man fled to his vehicle and backed out so that she was unable to get the tag number. The man was described as "rough looking," with long brown hair, slender build, fair skin, about 5-feet-3 or 5-feet-4 inches tall, and in his early 30s.