August 13, 2002

Arrests

   * Danielle Hannah Stills, 200 N. East St., was arrested Sunday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Dave Ryan after Stills went to the sheriff's department to speak with an officer about phone calls she was receiving from her ex-husband. While Stills was speaking with an officer, Deputy Terry Blevins located a warrant for Stills charging her with violation of probation on worthless check charges.
   * Ronald Gene Small, 439 Nave Hollow Loop, was arrested Monday by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson following a traffic stop. Small was charged with driving on revoked license.
   * Joey Lynn Greenwell, Tyler Apartments, Johnson City, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Jeff Markland following a traffic stop. Greenwell was charged with fifth-offense driving on suspended license and speeding.
   * Steven Ray Currier, 209 Happy Valley Road, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Deputy Dave Ryan after the officer was dispatched to the residence regarding a domestic call. Jessica Crossman, 18, told the officer that her mother's live-in boyfriend had "headbutted" her in the mouth. Crossman was observed to have swollen lips and cuts on both of them. Currier told officers he had headbutted her because she had "got in his face." A large knot was observed on Currier's head and a small cut also was visible in the knot. Currier was charged with assault under domestic violence.
   * Shannon S. Guinn, 118 Spears Ave., was arrested Saturday by CCSD Sgt. Keith Range following a pursuit. According to the report, the officer observed a Pontiac Grand Am traveling on Siam Road at a high rate of speed. After turning onto U.S. Highway 19E, the vehicle began to fishtail, with the driver nearly losing control. The officer turned on his vehicle's emergency equipment and attempted to conduct a traffic stop, however, the vehicle proceeded north on 19E through the Broad Street intersection at speeds of over 90 mph. The vehicle made a hard left onto Lovers Lane, turned onto Fitzsimmons Hill and turned in to a trailer park where Guinn exited the vehicle and fled on foot, only to be apprehended a few minutes later. He was charged with driving on suspended license, felony evading arrest and reckless endangerment.
   * Christopher Lambert, 119 Ed Green Road, Hampton, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Deputy Laverne Julian following a traffic stop. Lambert was charged with violation of habitual motor offender law.
   * Edward James Hopkins, 19, 2203 Greenbriar Court, Johnson City, was arrested Saturday by CCSD Reserve Deputy Chuck Madgett after the officer responded to a trespassing call at 610 Cripple Creek Road. Upon checking the location along with Reserve Deputy Steve Lewis, officers found between 20 and 30 people on the property having a party. Hopkins approached officers and told them that he was responsible for the party. All persons at the scene were checked and found to be under age, as was Hopkins. Officers also observed an untapped keg on the property which Hopkins said was his and that the tap for the keg had not yet arrived. Hopkins was charged with underage possession of alcohol. All other parties were advised to leave the premises. Upon arrival at the sheriff's department, it was determined that Hopkins was wanted on a capias in Washington County. He was issued a summons on the charges in Carter County, then turned over to Washington County authorities.
   * Loy Dale Linaweaver, Route 2, Summerseed, Pa., currently incarcerated at Carter County Jail, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Deputy Todd Hamm on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Robert D. Lemaster, 2726 E. Oakland Ave., Johnson City, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Sgt. Keith Range on capiases out of Carter County General Sessions Court and Juvenile Court charging him with failure to appear with fines and costs on public intoxication, failure to appear with fines and costs on DUI and driving on revoked license, and a juvenile attachment.
   * Matthew Travis Dearstone, 224 McCarty Hollow, Telford, was arrested Friday by CCSD Deputy Donald White and charged with violation of probation.