May 16, 2002

Arrests

   * Tony Alvin Berry, 43, was arrested Wednesday by Constable Sgt. Bobby Canter on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Anna Marie Chambers, 41, was arrested Tuesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Investigator Chris Pierce on a capias charging her with failure to appear on a worthless check charge from Unicoi County.
   * Stephen Angelo Algiere, 31, 576 Hampton Creek, Roan Mountain, was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Deputy Brad Johnson on a warrant from General Sessions Court charging him with violation of probation.

Theft

   * Debbie Leveau, 35, 106 Burnett Road, reported Tuesday to CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett that someone took her son's bicycle, described as a blue Next Trick with foot pegs and a "Living Large" sticker on the seat. The bike was in like-new condition.
   * Barbara A. Fain, an employee at Wal-Mart, 791 W. Elk Ave., reported Tuesday to Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Mike McIntosh that she had parked her vehicle in Aisle 5 while inside at work and when she returned, her driver's license and $60 in cash were missing. The vehicle was unlocked at the time of the incident.

Vandalism

   * CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy responded Tuesday to Bishop Road on Highway 359 to investigate an abandoned vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer also was advised of mailboxes damaged on Bishop Road. The vehicle had a broken passenger-side window and steering column. The ignition was off, however, power was still going to the electric gauges. Damage to the vehicle matched the color mark left on the mailboxes and the vehicle was pointed in the same direction the vehicle was traveling. The driver had left the scene. The 1984 Buick had been reported stolen from Pro Repair Shop in Johnson City. The owner and Johnson City Police Bureau's Criminal Investigation Division were notified. A neighbor told Lt. Croy that she heard a noise which sounded like a wreck but didn't see anything when she looked outside.