February 14, 2002

Arrests

   * "Jane Doe," no information available, was arrested Tuesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sarah Ryan after she and Sgt. Lee Birchfield responded to 107 Loveless Road regarding a disorderly female. C.J. Cole, of the residence, told the officer that he had been allowing a female, known to him only as "Linda," to stay at the residence. Throughout the day, she became increasingly intoxicated and belligerent, Cole told the officer. Deputy Ryan went into the residence to talk to the woman and found that she had fled through a window. While deputies were searching around the residence Deputy Ryan observed the woman, wearing a T-shirt, shorts and no shoes, entering a neighbor's gated yard. When the woman noticed Deputy Ryan she took off running, winding her way west on Gap Creek Road. She was quickly apprehended by Deputy Ryan and escorted back to the residence. Cole identified her as "Linda." She was arrested and charged with public intoxication. During the booking process she would not divulge any information about herself and thus was listed as "Jane Doe."
   * Kevin M. Bowles, 34, 105 Milligan Ave., was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson on warrants charging him with assault under domestic violence and vandalism under domestic violence. He also was served with an order of protection.
   * A 14-year-old student at L.I.F.T. Academy, 2453 Siam Road, was charged Tuesday with possession of drug paraphernalia after a homemade pipe containing what was believed to be marijuana residue was found on his person during a random search. The juvenile also was in possession of cigarettes and two lighters. The student advised he had gotten the pipe from another student and was supposed to give it to someone else.
   * Millard Joel Buchanan, 48, 155 Hubert Shell Road, Roan Mountain, was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Deputy Bradley Johnson on a capias for failure to pay fines and costs.
   * Manuel Collins, 22, 111 E. Lakeview Drive, was arrested Tuesday by officers of the Johnson City Police Bureau's Community Police Unit after they were called to 517 Washington Ave. to investigate a 911 hang-up call. When officers arrived at the apartment they detected an odor of marijuana and found a small baggie of marijuana in the kitchen. Upon further investigation, several rocks of crack cocaine packaged for resale were found on Collins' person. He was charged with possession of Schedule II for resale, possession of Schedule VI and criminal impersonation.
   * David Howard Durst, 20, Town Square #29, Johnson City, was arrested Tuesday by officers of the Johnson City Police Bureau following investigation into the Jan. 29 theft of money and vandalism to a window at Doctors Care, 2811 W. Market St. Durst was charged with theft over $500 and vandalism over $500.
   * Carrie E. Bishop, 26, 224 Jarrell Drive, Bluff City, and Wendy Henson, 27, 299 Cedar Lane, Bristol, Tenn., were arrested Tuesday by officers of the Johnson City Police Bureau after they were called to Proffitt's Women's Store in the Johnson City Mall regarding two women who were observed attempting to steal $582 in clothing. Bishop and Henson each were charged with felony shoplifting over $500.