June 30, 2002

Arrests

   * Roy Franklin Fisher, 40, 508 Johnson Ave., was arrested Friday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Laverne Julian and charged with possession of Schedule IV.
   * Nickalus Willard Guinn, 24, 2667 Bob Little Road, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Sarah Ryan and charged with violation of probation.
   * Lisa Rena White, 29, 500 W. Highland Ave., Johnson City, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on a capias charging her with failure to appear on charges of sale of Schedule II and conspiracy to sell Schedule II.
   * Shannon Lee Campbell, 24, 210 Price Road, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Investigator Chris Pierce and charged with possession of Schedule IV and theft over $1,000.
   * Alan Jack Simerly, 21, 1247 Bluefield Ave., was arrested Thursday by CCSD Sgt. Keith Range and charged with violation of probation.

Accident

   * CCSD Deputy Brad Johnson was dispatched Thursday to Bare Branch Road regarding an accident involving a fire truck. According to the report, a pumper belonging to Roan Mountain Volunteer Fire Department had fallen through a drain tile after completing an accident call on Bare Branch Road. The truck received minor damage.

Theft

   * Staci Self, 18, 179 Danner Road, reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Jeff Markland that someone had taken six of her personal checks and driver's license. Self said four of the checks already had cleared the bank and that her signature had been forged.
   * Isaac Pinkston, 20, 104 Milligan View Apartments, reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Laverne Julian that someone entered his apartment through a bedroom window and removed a small safe containing $320 in cash.
   * William Erby, 172 Sycamore Circle, Jonesborough, reported Thursday to CCSD Sgt. Keith Range that someone entered his fireworks tent at 3217 S. Roan St., Johnson City, and stole more than $600 in fireworks. Erby said he had a baby monitor hooked up so that he could hear movement in the tent. Around 4 a.m., the monitor went off, however, he said he assumed it was due to a storm in the area. When Erby entered the tent later in the morning, he found the monitor had been unplugged. Five holiday pack assortments valued at $100 each and two super blast packs valued at $80 each were taken.

Vandalism

   * John Nidiffer of First Utility District reported Thursday to CCSD Deputy Jeff Markland that someone had filled a blow-out valve with concrete, destroying the valve. Nidiffer estimated replacement cost at $350.