December 2, 2002

Theft

   * Thomas David Debord, 1407 Woodmont Drive, Johnson City, reported to CCSD Deputy Jeff Markland Saturday that sometime in the last month, someone had stolen construction equipment from a home construction site in Elk River Estates, Butler. Approximately $1,500 in bricks were stolen from the site as well as five sets of scaffolding valued at $1,250.
   * Joseph Wilson, 697 Sycamore Shoals Drive, reported to CCSD Lt. Hooks on Wednesday evening that someone had stolen a Husky chainsaw valued at $300 from the back porch of the residence.
   * Edward Earl Thompson, 197 Browns Branch Road, Hampton, reported to CCSD Deputy Jeff Markland that a female subject known to him stole a book of his checks and has been writing checks off of his account. A total of five checks had cleared the bank by Friday afternoon totaling $525.
  
Vandalism

   * Jeffrey McLaughlin, 167 Pete Slagle Road, reported to CCSD Deputy Eric Buck on Thursday afternoon that someone had vandalized his 2000 Red Chevrolet Geo Tracker while it was parked in front of his residence. According to reports, the vehicle had several large dents in it.
  
Fire


   * Carlos McNabb, 147 Spring Drive, Johnson City, reported to CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett that early Wednesday morning, a neighbor had awakened him to tell him that his utility building was on fire. He reported to the officer that the building had no electricity in it, so the fire must have been set.