December 13, 2002

Arrests

   * Helton Lee Bare, 27, 122 Morgan Branch Road, was arrested Wednesday evening by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Brad Hamm and charged with driving on a revoked license, violation of registration and possession of Schedule VI narcotics. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Dec. 23.
   * Edward Taylor Timbs, 47, Rt. 8, Box 347, was arrested Wednesday morning by CCSD Deputy Donald White on a warrant out of Butetourt County, Va., charging him with being a fugitive from justice.
   * Brandon Scott Widner, 18, 99 Norton Road, Greeneville, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by CCSD Investigator Laverne Julian and charged with theft over $500. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Dec. 16.
   * Reginald Perry Cox, 32, 149 Smalling Road, Watauga, was arrested just before noon on Wednesday and charged with aggravated assault under domestic violence and felony reckless endangerment. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Dec. 23.
   * Freddie Charlton, 40, 1275 Bluefield Ave., H-4, was arrested Wednesday evening by CCSD Lt. Mike Fraley on a capias warrant for failure to appear.
   * Donny Lee Ricker, 21, 2708 Roan St., Johnson City, was arrested Wednesday evening by CCSD Deputy Tom Skeans on a capias warrant for violation of probation. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Dec. 16.
   * Thomas Phillips, 20, 116 Heritage Place, Jonesborough, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by Johnson City Police Department officers and charged with theft over $1,000.
  
Summons

   * Shawn Aldridge, 26, 165 Cannon Lane, Vilas, N.C., was issued a summons by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Michael Sproviero to appear in General Sessions Court Dec. 30 on a charge of shoplifting.
  
Theft


   * Frances Marie Charlton, 916 Pine Ridge Circle, Apt. C, reported to EPD Ptl. Jason Shaw that sometime between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning, someone stole a potted plant and its container off her front porch. The value of the plant and container is estimated at $20.
   * Ann C. Durdin, 510 Ray Simerly Road, Hampton, reported to CCSD Deputy K. Cable that sometime between 8 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. Wednesday, someone entered her home and stole two guns from the residence. Taken was a Remington shotgun valued at $200. It is described as a .16-gauge shotgun with a long barrel with a poly-choke, pinkish colored rubber shoulder pad and scrollwork etched on the left of the receiver. Also taken was a Jennings semi-automatic 9mm handgun. The model of the handgun is Bryco J58, serial number 974207. The pistol was valued at $150.
  
Vandalism

   * Anthony Ray Wood, 100 Milligan View Road, Apt. 15, reported to EPD Sgt. Charles Moreland that sometime Tuesday night, someone vandalized his back door by marking on it with a red marker. Then, on Wednesday, the same had been done to his front door. He informed the officer that he has a suspect in the incident.
  
Missing person


  
* Mary Lou Oliver reported to CCSD Deputy Janice Black that 13-year-old Audrey Kay Crawford, who is her ward, left their home at 116 Hillsboro during the early morning hours on Wednesday. Crawford is described as a white female with black hair and green eyes. She is five feet, three inches tall and weighs approximately 120-130 pounds. She wears earrings and has a facial piercing and wears black clothing most of the time, according to reports. Oliver stated to the officer that she suspects the girl left home with a male subject known to her.
  
Animal death

  
* Sam R. Moffitt, 200 Garland Branch Road, reported to CCSD Deputy Janice Black that sometime during Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, someone had either shot a deer on his property or somewhere else and then dumped it on his property. The deer had been shot three times, according to reports, and had been opened up with the bullets removed. No meat was taken from the animal.