September 25, 2002

Arrests

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Harrison Edward Bowlin, 308 Boone Street, Johnson City, was arrested Monday by Elizabethton Police Department Captain Rusty Verran for criminal trespassing. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Oct. 7.
   * Robert James Johnson, 31, 340 Bare Branch Road, Roan Mountain, was arrested Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department officer Bradley N. Johnson on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a revoked license, and possession of Schedule II and VI drugs.
   * William B. Jarrett, 36, 900 Pardee Street, Johnson City, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Randy Buck for a second offense DUI and driving on a revoked license.
   * Richard Wiley Hoilman, Jr., 19, 627 West C Street, was arrested Tuesday afternoon by EPD Capt. Rusty Verran on charges of public intoxication, evading arrest, and criminal impersonation. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Oct. 1.
   * On Tuesday morning, Adam E. Guinn, 26, 304 Chestnut Street, Johnson City, was stopped by EPD officer Michael McIntosh. Guinn told McIntosh he did not have a driver's license and falsely identified himself as Jason Greene. After admitting his true identity, McIntosh conducted driver's license and warrant checks which revealed Guinn was driving on a revoked driver's license for DUI in Tennessee, and had a capias for failure to appear. He had also been charged for leaving the scene of an accident, child endangerment, driving on a suspended license, violation of registration, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a Schedule VI drug. An NCIC check revealed Guinn was also wanted in Watauga County, N.C. for felony warrants of breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, and larceny of a firearm. McIntosh arrested Guinn and charged him with criminal impersonation, second offense driving on a revoked license, and also for being a fugitive from justice. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Sept. 30.
  
 Larceny

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On Monday, EPD officer Mike McIntosh responded to a call at 1119 Leford Street where Mr. Doug Hill advised McIntosh that he had come to the residence as a representative of Superior Financial to repossess a tanning bed from Larry Hill; however, Larry Hill told him that two men from Superior Financial had already repossessed the tanning bed. An investigation revealed that Larry Hill had purchased the tanning bed approximately 1 1/2 years ago for almost $1,200. Jacqueline Hill confirmed that, on Sept. 13, two men in an older model tan pickup truck came to the residence and told her they were there to repossess the tanning bed. Jacqueline Hill described one of the men as being approximately 30 years old and the other as approximately 18 years old. A police report was filed so that attorneys from Superior Financial can be involved in the matter.
  
Vandalism

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EPD officer Michael Sproviero on Monday responded to a call from Paul Emanuel Brown, 233 W. Elk Avenue, Apt. #3, who stated that, while his vehicle was parked at his business at 230 West Cottage Avenue, someone damaged it by cracking the windshield.
   * CCSD officer Todd Hamm on Monday was dispatched to several residences at Garrison Hollow Road (boxes 302, 337, and 141) where Gary Harrison told him that someone had vandalized the mailboxes at those addresses.
  
Theft

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CCSD officer Albert Nave on Monday reported that Michale Morton, 102 Suncrest Drive, #5, stated that his house had been broken into due to evidence of forced entry at the front door. Several items were stolen, including one Smith and Wesson 3006 model 1500; one CVA .50 caliber muzzle-loader; one 12.5 amp skill saw; one Mikita 10-inch skill saw, and three basketballs.
   * On Monday, CCSD officer Bradley N. Johnson reported that Jackie Dugger, 147 Dolan Hollow Road, Roan Mountain, told him that sometime during the past two weeks someone had taken a .22 caliber rifle from the complainant's vehicle or residence. No forced entry was made to the residence.
   * CCSD Investigator, Laverne Julian, on Monday reported that Rebecca Lyons, 108 Hidden Timbers Drive, came to the CCSD and stated that on Sept. 18 a female subject known to her took the number from her Mastercard and made charges on it.