March 3, 2002

Arrests

   * Alisha L. Wells, 28, 192 Old Watauga Road, Lot #1, was arrested Thursday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Michael Merritt following a traffic stop. Wells was charged with third-offense driving on suspended license and speeding.
   * Shawn Michael Dugger, 18, 707-1/2 E. Elk Ave., was arrested Thursday by EPD Ptl. Richard Haney on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Crystal Hicks, 26, of Roan Mountain, and Mary Mock, 25, Gouge Moore Drive, Banner Elk, N.C., were arrested Wednesday by EPD Ptl. Joey Proffitt after the officer responded to Wal-Mart regarding two persons being detained for shoplifting. A member of store loss prevention personnel told the officer that he had made a citizens arrest on Mock and Hicks. According to the report, Mock attempted to flee the store on foot and when stopped by the store employee, she struck him in the leg. Hicks was charged with theft under $500 and Mock was charged with theft under $500 and simple assault.
   * Tommy T. Freshour, 708 Carson St., Greeneville, was arrested Friday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with aggravated burglary following an incident at Watauga Square Apartments, 503 W. Watauga Ave.

Theft

   * Diana Favreau, 104 Osborne Private Drive, Apt. 5, Johnson City, reported Friday to EPD Sgt. Matt Bailey that when she went to take her nightly dose of medication, she noticed several pills missing. She began to look around and found $320 gone from her wallet. She told the officer that she had been out on a date for the evening and had stopped at the store on the way home. The money had been in her wallet when she stopped at the store.
   * Eloise Jurgens, 56, 632 Long Hollow Road, reported Wednesday to Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Johnny Miller that her purse was missing. Jurgens said the last time she remembered seeing it was around 7 a.m. on the porch of her residence. The black purse contained a check card, credit card and $175 in cash.
  
Trespass

   * Wanda Gerree Lyons, 51, 201 Jamesway, Frankfurt, Ky., reported Thursday to EPD Capt. Rusty Verran that she and her husband had divorced several months ago and that she had allowed him to reside at her residence at 601 W. C St., for a mutually agreed upon amount of time. However, her ex-husband, Kenneth Wayne Lyons, 64, was supposed to have moved by Thursday. She told him she would prosecute him if he was not out. Ms. Lyons said she returned Thursday from Kentucky to meet with a real estate agent about selling the house when she found that her ex-husband had changed the locks on the doors.

Accident

   * EPD Ptl. Jason McCall was dispatched Thursday to the home of Regina Gail Taylor, 45, 209 Old Siam Road, who had reported her vehicle stolen. When the officer arrived, Taylor told him she had found the vehicle, which apparently had slipped out of gear and rolled through a neighbor's yard.
   The 1997 Mazda 626 had been parked in Taylor's driveway and when she went out to start it around 6:10 a.m. to leave for work, it was gone. After calling 911, she located the vehicle in the yard of Carol Street, 204 Old Siam Road. The vehicle apparently slipped out of gear, left her driveway, crossed Old Siam Road and went down a hill into Street's yard, striking a metal swing set before coming to rest against a tree. Two of the swing set's legs were damaged, however, the vehicle sustained damage to the entire length of the passenger side as well as heavy damage to the rear end and trunk.