October 20, 2002

Theft

   * EPD Officer Jack Ramsey responded to 641 Jena Beth Drive #1 on Thursday in reference to a burglary complaint. Susie Danner advised that she had left her residence at 8 a.m. Thursday and when she returned home at 11:40 a.m., she found several items in her living room had been moved. Danner advised that a person(s) unknown had pried the screen over the kitchen window open far enough to slip behind it. Ramsey reported the suspects then broke a small hole in the kitchen window and unlocked the door. Danner reported several items missing from her residence including one RCA VCR (value, $99), an X-Box video game system ($199), and a Kenwood car stereo ($60).
   * EPD Sgt. Charles Moreland was dispatched to 661 Jena Beth Drive on Thursday. On arrival, Moreland spoke with Mitzi Emig who stated that when she arrived home, she found someone had entered the back window of her residence and stolen her Mitsubishi DVD player and remote control. The property was valued at $200.
   * CCSD Deputy Jeff Markland spoke with Billy Waycaster who reported that sometime Thursday, someone had taken two bottles of pills from his residence on Waycaster Road in Hampton. Waycaster reported he did not know the names of the medication.
   * EPD Officer Tonya Range was dispatched to police headquarters on a report of a stolen purse. On arrival, Range met with Mary Shepherd who stated that her purse had been stolen from White's on Stateline Road after she had paid for her groceries. The purse contained $115 cash, a driver's license, a bank book, and personal identification cards.
   * On Thursday, EPD Officer Jack Ramsey responded to a theft of gasoline at Milligan Grocery. On arrival, Ramsey spoke with Krista Richardson, a clerk at the store. She reported that a white male subject driving a brown Chevrolet had pumped $10.01 of gasoline and left the store without paying for it.

Vandalism

   * On Thursday, Carter County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Keith Range spoke with Rhoda Oliver who reported that someone had busted the driver's side door window out of her Camaro while it was parked in front of her Bristol Highway residence. Range reported that it could not be determined what might have been used to shatter the window.
   * Elizabethton Police Officer Richard Haney was dispatched to 506 Carter Blvd. on Thursday in reference to a vandalism report. On arrival, Haney spoke with David Ashley who stated that sometime during the previous night, someone had shot out the back and driver's side windows of his Ford truck.
   * CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm spoke with Shentonta Hardin on Friday in reference to a vandalism report. Hardin advised that a window of her mobile home on Danberry Hill Road had been broken out. Hardin advised she did not know when the incident occurred. Hamm reported finding the window busted out and the screen lying under the window. Hardin further advised the window led into a back bedroom. She could not advise if anything was missing from the residence.
   * EPD Officer Mike Sproviero was on patrol Friday when he observed one of the spray wands at the B & C Car Wash on Railroad Street had been vandalized. He reported someone had pulled the spray attachment off the end of the hose.

Arrests

   * Kevin Edward Plan, 24, 217 Knob Creek Road, Johnson City, was arrested Friday by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson on charges of driving on a suspended license, possession of Schedule VI and possession of drug paraphernalia.
   * Diane Marie Hatley, 39, 110 Cloudland Drive, was arrested Thursday by the CCSD on charges of public intoxication and assaulting an officer. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Oct. 21.
   * Jimmy Dean Stanton, 40, 110 Cloudland Drive, was arrested Thursday by Sgt. Patrick Johnson on a charge of assault under domestic violence. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Oct. 22.
   * Ronald Morris, 24, 1916 Powder Branch Road, Johnson City, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Investigator Audrey Covington on a charge of violation of bond supervision.
   * Shirley Fay Davis, 30, P.O. Box 214, Hampton, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm on a charge of disorderly conduct. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Nov. 12.
   * Charles Jarvis Carden, 22, 140 Ed Green Road, Hampton, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm on charges of driving on a suspended license and violation of registration law. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Nov. 12.