October 27, 2002

Arrests

   * Adam C. Smith, 18, 137 Jewell Street, Apt. 1, Johnson City, was arrested by Elizabethton Police Department officers Thursday morning and charged with reckless driving.
   * Robert L. Stanley, 55, 101 Jon Bennett Road, Roan Mountain, was arrested by EPD officers Thursday morning and charged with failure to obey a traffic control device, driving on a revoked license and violation of financial responsibility law.
   * Johnny Garland, 27, 192 Old Watauga Road Lot 19, was arrested by EPD officers Thursday afternoon and charged with criminal trespass.
   * Larry E. Scalf, 35, 134 Nave Street, Hampton, was arrested by Carter County Sheriff's Department officers on Thursday on a warrant for failure to appear.
   * Kevin Claude Frazier, 31, 2405 Highway 91, was arrested by CCSD officers on Thursday and charged with vandalism and domestic violence.
   * Henry Donald Gibbs, 18, 171 Dolan Hollow Road, was arrested Saturday by CCSD officers and charged with two counts of assualt by domestic violence.
   * Benny F. Burton, 54, 337 Old Milligan Highway, was arrested Saturday by CCSD officers and charged with public intoxication.
   * Jamie A. Griffey, 27, 178 John Alfred Loop, was arrested Friday by CCSD officers and charged with DUI and violation of registration law.
   * Carl D. Estep, 76, 172 Oscar Johnson Road, Hampton, was arrested Friday by CCSD officers and charged with aggravated assault, resisting arrest, possession of a firearm while under the influence and unlawful possession of a weapon.
   * Steven L. Rasnick, 25, 177 Norman Joines Road, was arrested Friday by CCSD officers and charged with second offense DUI.
   * Michael Lynn Grindstaff, 35, 167 Log Cabin Road, was arrested Friday by CCSD officers and charged with aggravated DUI and failure to maintain proof of insurance.

Burglaries

   * Larry & Terry's Inc., 4068 Highway 19E, reported to CCSD officers that someone had stolen a U-Haul trailor from the business on Oct. 21.
   * Mike Ensor, 181 Bill Lewis Road, reported to CCSD officers that someone entered into his garage and stole more than $500 in hunting equipment, including a tree lounge. He said he was not sure how long the items had been missing.
  
Animal Cruelty


  
* Robert Ritchie, 144 Ritchie Farm Road, reported to CCSD officers that on Thursday he heard gunshots coming from his cattle farm. He told officers that when he checked out the noise, he found one of his cows had been shot by what appeared to be a shotgun.