October 25, 2002

Arrests

   * Sherwood Cannon Davis, 34, 921A Pine Ridge Circle, was arrested by Carter County Sheriff's Department officers Wednesday evening on a capias out of criminal court charging him with failure to pay fines and costs.
   * Wayland Dale Hammonds, 31, 113 Journeys End Road, was arrested by CCSD officers early Thursday morning and charged with second offense driving on a revoked license, possession of Schedule IV narcotics and violation of the registration law.
   * Timothy Sean Lee, 23, 1110 Windsor Lane, was arrested by Johnson City Police Department officers Wednesday evening and charged with five counts of forgery, six counts of theft of property under $500, and one count of auto burglary.
   * Tony A. Berry, 43, 156 Green Pond Road, Johnson City, was arrested Thursday by JCPD officers and charged with theft of property over $10,000. The arrest was the result of an investigation into a theft that occurred at a business on the Bristol Highway. Mr. Berry is currently held at the Washington County Detention Center on $15,000 bond. He will be arraigned in Washington County Sessions Court today.
   * James Wade Campbell, 21, 189 Norman Joines Road, was arrested by Elizabethton Police Department officers Wednesday morning and charged with violation of probation.
   * Benny F. Burton, 53, 337 Old. Milligan Highway, Johnson City, was arrested by EPD officers Wednesday and charged with public intoxication.
   * Jerry Blevins, no age available, 703 Blevins Ave., was arrested by EPD officers Wednesday morning and charged with violation of probation.
  
 Burglaries


   * Nancy Smith, 163 Neth Drive, reported to EPD officers that she parked her car at a car wash and while she stepped away to get change, someone stole her purse from the vehicle. The purse contained her driver's license, an insurance card, 90 Loratabs, 93 Oxycontins and 90 Somas.
  
Animal Cruelty


   * Faye Russell, 220 Ed Green Road, Hampton, reported to CCSD officers on Wednesday that someone had killed a Black Angus heifer belonging to her. She stated she found the animal dead in a field behind her residence with what appeared to be an arrow hole in its side. She believed the animal had been dead for a long period of time.