June 10, 2002

Burglaries

  
* Carter County Sheriff's Deputy Tim Lowe responded to a reported burglary at 114 Rome Hollow Road on Saturday. Lois McClure reported that someone had entered her residence in the early morning hours of Saturday while she was asleep. Lowe reported the door to the spare bedroom had been forced open and damage was done to the door frame. No items were reported missing.
   * CCSD Deputy Tim Lowe responded to a reported burglary on Charity Hill Road on Saturday. James Seaboch reported that during the early morning, someone had broken into his vehicle while it was parked beside Highway 400 near Davis Trailer Park. Lowe reported finding the vehicle's passenger side window broken out and blood inside the car and on the door jamb. Items reported taken were: a car stereo/CD player, 48 compact discs, two gray tool boxes with tools, and jumper cables.
  
Arrest

  
* Julia Bittinger, 21, 1402 E. Watauga Ave., Johnson City, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett on two warrants from criminal and sessions court on a charge of violation of probation.
   * Two Johnson City men were arrested by Johnson City Bureau of Police officers on Saturday after officers discovered two subjects allegedly breaking into vehicles at Barry Heating and Air Conditioning, and the Landmark Corp., in Johnson City. Kenneth G. Foster, 33, 902 Barton St., Johnson City, was charged with two counts of auto burglary and criminal impersonation. Benjamin Cannon, 27, 1005 Harding Ave., was charged with two counts of auto burglary. Both men were scheduled to appear in Washington County General Sessions Court today.
   * The Johnson City Bureau of Police arrested three Johnson City men and two female juveniles on Friday in connection to an incident of four fraudulent purchases made at Lowe's between June 5-7, on an account from a local building company. Joshua Michael Dugger, 21, was charged with two counts of theft of property over $1,000, theft of property over $500, theft under $500, and three counts of forgery. Michael Sampson, 19, was charged with one count of theft of property over $1,000, and Richard Macklin, 38, was charged with two counts of theft of property over $1,000. One female juvenile was charged with two counts of theft over $1,000 and criminal impersonation. The second juvenile was charged with two counts of theft of property over $1,000, theft over $500, and theft of property under $500. The three men are scheduled to appear in Washington County General Sessions Court on Tuesday.