July 9, 2002

Arrests

   * Larry K. Hyatt, 29, 3411 Hwy. 321, Hampton, was arrested Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Investigators Johnny Blankenship and Audrey Covington on a Criminal Court indictment charging him with sale of Schedule II and sale of Schedule III.
   * Kenneth Lewis Walker, 20, 153 Pinnacle Drive, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Deputy Donald White on an attachment pro corpus from Juvenile Court.
   * Ricky C. Oliver, 22, 215 Butler Ave., Roan Mountain, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Sgt. Keith Range after the officer responded to a fight call at a residence on Jim Crow and Fitzsimmons Hill Roads. Oliver was charged with violation of probation. A juvenile also was arrested and charged with drinking under age.
   * William S. Buchanan, 28, 1106 King Springs Road, Johnson City, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Sgt. Keith Range and charged with third-offense DUI, ninth-offense driving on revoked license, felony evading arrest, and criminal impersonation.
   * James Franklin Moore, 54, 259 West St., Roan Mountain, and Floyd Dean Potter, 38, 1901 Roaring Creek Road, Roan Mountain, were arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm after the officer responded to a call of a vehicle which had ran off the roadway. Both were charged with public intoxication.
   * Tony Arnold, 37, 122 Edgewater Road, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Deputy Eric Buck on a warrant from Criminal Court charging him with violation of probation.
   * Daniel E. Garland, 22, 149 Dry Branch Road, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Jeff Markland following a traffic stop. Garland was charged with DUI.
   * Roger Lee Cutlip, 25, 4535 Stone Dam Road, Chuckey, was arrested Saturday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Mike McIntosh following investigation into a one-vehicle accident in which the driver struck a power pole on West Elk Avenue and kept going. Cutlip was located by Ptl. McIntosh and charged with DUI, violation of implied consent, and no driver's license. EPD Ptl. Mike Merritt charged Cutlip with leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident.
   * Joshua Alvin Trotter, 30, 601 W. G St., was arrested Monday by EPD Sgt. Matt Bailey after the officer responded to a call of a disorderly male at the residence. Trotter was arrested on a capias charging him with failure to serve jail time on violation of an order of protection and a capias charging him with failure to appear on a charge of telephone harassment.
   * Arthur T. Bowling, 33, 233 W. Elk Ave., and Beaulah Presley, 26, 516-1/2 Cottage Ave., were arrested Sunday by EPD Sgt. Matt Bailey after the officer responded to Lynnridge Apartments on a disturbance call. Both were charged with public intoxication.
   * Bobbie Jo Pope, 20, 133 Redbud Lane, Jonesborough, was issued a summons Sunday by EPD Ptl. Jack Ramsey following a traffic stop. Pope was cited for speeding, failure to provide proof of financial responsibility, and driving on suspended license.
   * Eddie C. Easterly, 48, 812 Hickory St., was issued a summons Friday by EPD Ptl. Richard Haney after the officer responded to a shoplifting call at Wal-Mart. Easterly was charged with theft under $500.
   * Larry Lumsden, 44, 707 W. King St., Jefferson City, was arrested Friday by EPD Sgt. Matt Bailey after the officer responded to a report of an intoxicated male. Lumsden was charged with public intoxication.
   * Patty R. Ambrose, 44, 1252 Bluefield Ave., was arrested Sunday by EPD Ptl. Tonya Scott after the officer responded to Lynnwood Apartments regarding intoxicated subjects and a loud party. Ambrose was charged with public intoxication.
   * Michall J. Trivette, 19, 611 N. Roan St., was arrested Sunday by EPD Ptl. Jack Ramsey following a traffic stop. Trivette was charged with DUI, possession of Schedule VI and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Assault

   * CCSD Sgt. Keith Range responded Saturday to 110 Billy Jo Drive, Hampton, regarding an assault. When the officer arrived, he found Tim Hardin, 27, lying on the back porch covered in blood. Hardin told the officer that his former roommate came to the residence to get some personal property and became belligerent and began hitting him. Hardin said he made it outside and that the man then began hitting him around the head with a metal pipe, which appeared to be the handle off a floor jack. Hardin received several blows to the head and forearms while trying to fend off the attack, according to the report. Hardin was transported to Sycamore Shoals Hospital for treatment of injuries, described as three-deep lacerations to the back of the head requiring more than 30 stitches, as well as bruises and abrasions to the forearms. No arrests had been made at the time of the report.