June 16, 2002

Arrests

   * Buddy Wilson Street, 42, 112 General Johnson St., Roan Mountain, was arrested Thursday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Brad Johnson on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Sidney Arnold Cox, 37, 280 Hickory Tree Road, Bristol, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Chad Grindstaff on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Ronnie Jay King, 42, 1292 Bluefield Ave., was arrested Thursday by CCSD Sgt. Penny Cornett and charged with violation of probation.
   * Anthony P. Gentry, 50, 524 Wilbur Dam Road, was arrested Thursday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Mike Merritt following a traffic stop. Gentry was charged with speeding, third-offense driving on revoked license and violation of financial responsibility law.
   * James Monroe Mayo, 54, 516 Cottage Ave., was arrested Thursday by EPD Sgt. Roger Crowe and charged with public intoxication.
   * Christopher E. Carver, 22, 107 Taylor Hollow Road, was arrested Friday by EPD Capt. Rusty Verran on a capias charging him with failure to appear on driving on suspended license.
   * Steven Enoch, 21, 411 Tenth St., Gibsonville, N.C., was arrested Friday by officers of Johnson City Police Bureau after they responded to a traffic accident in the vicinity of North Roan Street and Springbrook Drive. During investigation of the accident, officers found 2.2 grams of a white powdery substance believed to be crack cocaine. Enoch was charged with possession of Schedule II drugs for resale.
   * A juvenile has been arrested and federal indictments are being sought against one adult in conjunction with 20 automobile burglaries which have occurred at the ATV parking lot at Dry Creek Road, located on U.S. Forestry land, according to Washington County Sheriff Fred Phillips. The sheriff's office and the U.S. Forest Service, which have been working together on the case, said total losses reported since January of this year reached $14,600.

Vandalism

   * Bill E. Butler, 1720 Milligan Hwy., reported Thursday to EPD Sgt. Roger Crowe that sometime Wednesday night someone had damaged a large playhouse located near his home. The playhouse, which was constructed of heavy timbers, had been torn down and the timbers were lying on the ground. Some of the timbers appeared to have been dragged across the creek into Meadowbrook Trailer Park. Damage was estimated at about $500.