September 11, 2002

Arrests

  
* Randy Carl Jackson, 47, 1546 Bristol Highway, was arrested Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Lt. Mike Fraley and charged with second offense DUI, possession of Schedule VI, and violation of implied consent. Deputy Albert Nave was the witnessing officer in the case.
   * James Robert Thomas, 33, 229 South Hills Drive, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Eric Buck for violation of probation. The court date has been set for the next Criminal Court date and bond was set at $1000.
   * Billy Thomas Lyons Jr., 42, 233 Blevins Road, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Sarah Ryan and charged with aggravated burglary and assault. The warrant for Lyons' arrest was written Sept. 5 by Deputy Ryan after an investigation in reference to an assault at 131 Bowman Road.
   * Ashley Cable, 19, 701 Oak St., #1, was arrested Monday by CCSD Investigator Audrey Covington and charged with conspiracy to sell Schedule VI. Cable was arrested at her home without incident and will be arraigned Sept. 30. Bond was set at $3000.
   * Jonathan Crosswhite, 37, 304 Bill Nave Loop, was arrested Monday by CCSD Investigator Audrey Covington and charged with sale of Schedule VI. Crosswhite was arrested on a warrant at his home and will be arraigned Sept. 30. His bond was set at $10,000.
   * Karen Jean Marley, 36, 127 Lewis Blevins Road, was arrested Monday by CCSD Investigator Audrey Covington and charged with two counts sale of Schedule II and one count sale of Schedule VI. Marley was arrested on a Criminal Court indictment and her bond was set at $20,000.
   * Vernon Ralph Depew, 37, 403 Linda St., was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Sgt. Jeff Winters for violation of probation. Depew was arrested at the Washington County Detention Center.
   * Angela Beth Butler, 33, 126 Angel Drive, Butler, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Brad Johnson for assault on a minor. The arrest was made on a state warrant without incident.

Theft

  
* Wayne Jackson reported to CCSD Deputy Laverne Julian on Friday that someone had stolen his 2000 Triumph motorcycle from his sister's residence at 99 Milligan Lane. Jackson described the motorcycle as being yellow and black in color.
   * Timothy Garland, 254 Watauga Road, Apt. #2, reported to CCSD Lt. Harvey Guess on Monday that someone had stolen his cell phone or he had lost it.

Vandalism/theft

  
* Larry Hicks, 1213 Ledford St., reported to CCSD Sgt. C.S. Johnson that the Pepsi machine at Carpenter's Meat Market had been broken into. Hicks found the machine while delivering newspapers. The money box had been taken out and emptied, then dumped around the corner of the building.
   * Carl Weaver, 164 Holston View Road, reported to CCSD Deputy Albert Nave on Sunday that someone had shot out the window of his storage building with a BB gun.

Burglary

  
* EPD Patrol Officer Jerry Bradley was dispatched to E-Z Rental, 733 W. Elk. Ave., on Monday in response to a burglary alarm. A door at the rear of the store was found to be tampered with and the officer found several items including a Compaq computer, two JCV DVD players, a JCV VCR, a pressure washer, Sanyo TV, and JCV stereo with two speakers missing. All items were recovered from dumpsters at the scene.

Accident

  
* EPD Patrol Officer Jason McCall was dispatched to Hwy. 91 on Thursday in reference to an accident. A 1971 Ford pickup driven by Lori McManaway, 196 Grindstaff Hollow Road, rear-ended a 1995 Nissan truck which in turn hit a 1998 Dodge Caravan. McManaway's Tennessee driver's license had been suspended and a summons was issued for driving on a suspended license. A court date was set for Sept. 27 in General Sessions Court. A citation was also issued for following too closely with contact.