May 13, 2002

Arrests

   * Angela Johnson, 20, 2226 W. G St., and Gary M. Johnson, 19, 601 W. C St., were arrested Thursday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Jerry Bradley on warrants charging them with assault following a domestic altercation at Holiday Market Apartments.
   * Rebecca Dawn Vest, 19, 2542 Elizabethton Hwy., was issued a summons Wednesday by EPD Ptl. Jerry Bradley after the officer responded to Wal-Mart regarding theft of property. Vest was issued a summons charging her with shoplifting.
   * Samuel T. Moss Jr., 23, 2214 Kenner Ave., Knoxville, was arrested Friday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with possession of Schedule I narcotics for resale, possession of Schedule IV, and possession of Schedule VI for resale. Also arrested was Efrem R. Douglas, 27, 3108 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Knoxville. Douglas was charged with possession of Schedule II for resale, possession of Schedule I for resale, possession of Schedule IV, and possession of Schedule VI for resale. The arrests stemmed from investigation into two subjets who were passed out in their vehicle blocking a lane of traffic on Nort State of Franklin Road.
   * Michael D. Marshall, 22, 2907 S. Roan St., was arrested Saturday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau and charged with attempted burglary and public intoxication after officers responded to a burglary in progress in the 300 block of West Maple Street. Officers, assisted by a K-9 unit, found Marshall hiding in the bushes a short distance from the residence after a brief search.
  
Accident

   * Officers of Johnson City Police Bureau's Traffic Homicide Team is investigating an accident which occurred around 2:57 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of West Walnut and Lovelace streets. According to the report, a 1994 Isuzu Rodeo operated by Jeremy Walker, no address listed, was traveling west on Walnut when his vehicle crossed the center line and struck a 1979 Chevrolet pickup head-on. The pickup, operated by Boyd Casteel, no address listed, was eastbound on Walnut at the time of the accident. Both drivers sustained serious injuries. A passenger in the pickup, Lisa Casteel, and a passenger in the Isuzu, David Harmon, also sustained serious injuries. Alcohol was found in Walker's vehicle and it is believed to have been a factor in the wreck. None of the occupants were wearing seatbelts.
  
Vandalism

   * Mrs. Jerry White, 1935 Siam Road, reported Thursday to Carter County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Patrick Johnson that someone had come by the residence Wednesday night and damaged her mailbox. The damage appeared to have been caused by a large rock. Several other mailboxes in the area also sustained damage.
  
Burglary

   * Elizabeth Paula Mitchell, 20, 1298 Bluefield Ave., reported Thursday to EPD Ptl. Brooke Mullins that when she returned home from work, she found that her front door had been kicked in and was still open. Nothing was observed missing at the time of the report.

Theft

   * Dorie Kay McClain Zeoli, 38, reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Shannon Deloach that while she was gone from her residence someone stole a 14k gold necklace with heart-shaped diamond pendant, a gold ring, gold cross, and 14k wedding ring set.
   * Crystal Bowers, 21, 1451 Southside Road, reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm that someone burglarized her vehicle during the night. Joseph Babb, 41, same address, told the officer that he went outside to go to work and found the doors on Bowers' car standing open and the stereo missing from the dash. Upon checking his own vehicle, a 1984 Ford F-150, Babb found a latch broken off the tool box and a black metal tray containing a set of black sockets used with an impact wrench had been removed.
   * Mary Ann Weeks, 42, 940 S. Second St., reported Thursday to EPD Ptl. Brooke Mullins that during the night someone stole the control panel face plate from her car stereo.
   * EPD Ptl. Shannon Peters responded Thursday to Food City, 920 Broad St., regarding a shoplifter. The assistant manager advised the officer that a white male subject came into the store, picked up a shopping basket, and went to the meat department and filled the basket with 10 to 12 packages of steak. The man then left the store without paying. He reportedly left the store in a brown older model sedan.