April 12, 2002
* Maverick Lynn Estep, 26, 176 Livingston Hollow Road, was arrested Thursday by EPD Ptl. Shannon Peters on a warrant charging him with three counts of forgery.
* Arthur Herald Reedy, 50, 168 E. Highland Road, Johnson City, and David Lee Nestler, 44, same address, were arrested Sunday by CCSD Investigator Chris Pierce after the officer responded to Laurels Road regarding a possible auto burglary and theft of property. Upon arrival, Unicoi County Sheriff's Department had conducted a traffic stop on the possible suspects. Nestler told officers he took a purse from a vehicle while at Laurels Recreation Area; Reedy said he also was present. While conducting inventory of the vehicle, a black nylon bag with ski mask, gloves, binoculars and other items was found. Both men were charged with auto burglary, theft over $1,000, and possession of burglary tools.
* Steven Todd Andes, 30, 507 S. Roan St., was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Dean Jones on an indictment for sale of Schedule II, III, and IV.
* Chadwick Lee Rambo, 22, 214 Richardson Hollow Road, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Deputy Dean Jones and charged with violation of probation.
Fire* CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy was dispatched Wednesday to a fire at 3016 Hwy. 91. According to the report, the building was already on the ground before firefighters arrived. The owner, Billy Shoun, who was located later, told the officer there was no power to the building. A 1956 Ford pickup and several other items of unknown value were inside. Arson is suspected. The case has been turned over to the Criminal Investigations Division.
Accident* Anna Greer, 120 Stone Drive, reported Wednesday to CCSD Deputy Janice Mitchell that she parked her vehicle in the driveway at 136 Grant Parlier Road and went into the residence. The vehicle rolled down the side of an embankment and onto a roadway below, coming to rest at the side of the road.
* Linda K. Whitehead, 111 Bemberg Road, reported Tuesday to EPD Ptl. Mike Sproviero that a vehicle had hit a retaining wall located at the northwest corner of the building. According to a witness, the vehicle hit the wall, then left the parking lot.
Indecent exposure* Two Elizabethton women reported Thursday to EPD Ptl. Shannon Peters that they were at the drive-thru of Hardee's around 4 a.m. when a male subject known to them circled their vehicle twice. When they pulled out onto Broad Street, the male subject pulled alongside the women on the passenger side, raised himself up out of his seat, exposed himself and began performing a sexual act while looking in their direction. The women were advised of proper paperwork to obtain.
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