March 27, 2002

Arrests


   * Walter R. Farley Jr., 18, 302 Creek Bank Road, was arrested Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Laverne Julian after CCSD received warrants from Stewart County, Tenn., on Farley for theft over $2,000. Deputy Julian and Deputy Albert Nave went to a residence on Creek Bank Road in Stoney Creek where Farley was believed to be staying. The owner told officers that Farley was staying at the residence but was not there at the time. Deputies asked for permission to search the home and the owner agreed. Deputy Nave found Farley hiding in a closet in a rear bedroom. He was transported to Carter County Jail to await transport to Stewart County.
   * Anna Sue Thomas, 53, 2245 Elizabethton Hwy., was arrested Monday by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson following a Criminal Court indictment taken by First Judicial District Drug Task Force charging her with three counts sale of Schedule IV narcotics, casual exchange, and sale of Schedule II.
   * Leroy Edward Casivant, 41, and Patricia A. Casivant, 46, both of 220 Rock House Road, Johnson City, were arrested Monday by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson on Criminal Court indictments taken by DTF charging them both with sale of Schedule II and conspiracy to distribute Schedule II.
   * Terry Wayne Fenner, 41, 1408 Stateline Road, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on two capiases charging him with failure to appear with license and failure to appear with fines and costs on public intoxication. Fenner turned himself in at CCSD.
   * Deborah Lucille Campbell, 42, 104 Hyder St., Hampton, was arrested Monday at Crossroads by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Jason McCall on a capias charging her with failure to appear on theft under $500.
  
Burglary


   * Paul Delong, 59, 139 Hamilton Road, reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm that someone had taken several items from his outbuilding. Delong said he noticed a side window open and upon checking, found the screen had been cut. Missing were a 5-gallon can of gasoline, a gray plastic tool box with about $600 in tools, a Nikita keyhole saw and case.
   * Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, 204 Cash Hollow Road, reported Monday to CCSD Lt. Harvey Guess that when they arrived home around 5:30 p.m., they found their home had been broken into. The officer noted a pry tool had been used to open a door on the south side of the residence. The burglars were very meticulous, according to the report, and did not ransack the house. At the time of the report, a personal check was found to be missing. Investigator Chris Pierce was called to the scene.
  
Lost/found

   * Jacqueline Guy, 34, of Hampton, reported Monday to CCSD Deputy Johnny Miller that she believed she left her wallet on top of her vehicle when she pulled out of Hampton Bait Shop. When she discovered it missing, she returned to the store, however, clerks advised that it had not been turned in.