* Christopher Dale Guinn, 18, 792 Poga Road,
Butler, was arrested Wednesday night by Carter County Sheriff's
Department Deputy Chad Grindstaff on a warrant charging him
with aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000 and vandalism.
The warrant was taken out by CCSD Investigator Todd Hamm as
the result of an investigation. Guinn is scheduled to appear
in General Sessions Court on Nov. 25.
* Dallas Ray Arnold, 24, 291 Millard Cooper Lane,
Mountain City, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by CCSD Sgt.
Patrick Johnson on a warrant out of General Sessions Court
charging him with violation of probation. He was given a court
date of Nov. 21.
* Gregory Lynn Carnett, 30, 193 Olie Collins
Road, was arrested Wednesday just before noon by CCSD Deputy
Dean Jones and charged with second offense driving on a revoked
license and violation of financial responsibility. He is scheduled
to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 16.
* Jefferey Lynn Grindstaff, 37, 114 Holtsclaw
Road, Roan Mountain, was arrested Wednesday evening by CCSD
Sgt. Patrick Johnson on two warrants, each charging him with
one count of stalking. He is scheduled to appear in General
Sessions Court on Nov. 26.
* Joshua Daniel James, 19, 342 Dalewood, Johnson
City, was arrested early Thursday morning by CCSD Sgt. Penny
Cornett on a warrant out of Juvenile Court for failure to
pay fines. Because James is 19, he was taken to the Carter
County Jail and a bond was set at $400 cash.
* James Hughes, 105 Journeys End Road, reported
to CCSD Deputy Dean Jones that while his 1984 Dodge Rampage
was parked outside his residence on Wednesday someone entered
it and stole medication belonging to him. There is no estimated
value for the medication available.
* Robert Davis, 152 Bluegrass Road, Roan Mountain,
reported to CCSD Deputy Dean Jones that sometime between Nov.
10 and Nov. 18, someone broke into a tool shed on his property
located at 2796 U.S. Highway 91, and stole some tools. No
inventory of the shed has been done at this time to determine
what is missing.
* Amelia Turner, McKeehan Ridge Road, reported
to CCSD Deputy Michael Carlock that on Tuesday, someone removed
a van from their property. Turner stated that the property,
also on McKeehan Ridge Road, had been rented from her and
that when the previous renters moved out, they damaged the
home. At that time, she sated, the renters had left a van
on the property. Turner stated the van has since been used
as a storage facility for building materials used in the renovation
of property. Turner stated the van had been removed from the
property and the storage materials inside taken as well.
* Bill McClellan reported to CCSD Lt. Mike Fraley
that on Tuesday, someone broke into the Federal Aviation Administration
building located on the top of Holston Mountain Road and had
stolen part of a computer terminal. McClellan stated that
nothing else seemed to be missing. According to reports, entry
was gained to the building by prying open the front door.
The suspects also typed the words "Stoney Creek Bandits" on
the screen of the computer before leaving the scene.
* Travis D. Burgess, 19, 128 Slagle Road, was
issued a summons for vandalism Wednesday afternoon to appear
in General Sessions Court on Dec. 6.
* Jonathan M. Grindstaff, 25, 1298 Bluefield
Avenue, Apt. CD103, was issued a summons for speeding, driving
on a suspended license and violation of financial responsibility
on Tuesday afternoon. He is scheduled to appear in General
Sessions Court on Dec. 16.