December 15, 2002

Arrests

   * Michale Lee Rowe, 19, 1514 East Chilhowie St., Johnson City, was arrested Thursday afternoon by Carter County Sheriff's Department officers on an outstanding capias warrant for failure to appear.
   * Henry Boyd McKinney, 51, 1296 Rittertown Road, was arrested late Thursday night by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson and charged with first offense DUI and violation of implied consent. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Monday.
   * William Edward Johnson, 36, Buck Mountain Road, Roan Mountain, was arrested late Thursday night by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson and charged with public intoxication, possession of Schedule III narcotics and possession of Schedule VI narcotics. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Monday.
   * Milburn Bailey Hughes, 35, 1321 Siam Road, was arrested Thursday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm and charged with public intoxication, evading arrest and resisting arrest. He was also served with a capias warrant for failure to appear. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 23.
   * Estel E. Estep, 48, 1401 Old Charity Hill Road, was arrested just before noon Thursday by Elizabethton Police Department PTL Michael Merritt and charged with fifth offense driving under the influence, ninth offense driving on a revoked license, following too closely with contact and violation of financial responsibility. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Monday.
   * Justin Allen Bennett, 19, 75 Charleston Square, Johnson City, was arrested Friday by the Johnson City Bureau of Police and charged with burglary and theft over $1,000. The arrest stems from an investigation into a report of stolen auto parts from a local business. He is scheduled to appear in Washington County Sessions Court on Monday.

  
Theft


   * Cynthia Humphrey, 87 Milligan Lane, Johnson City, reported to CCSD Deputy Dean Jones that early Friday morning a female subject known to her had stolen her cellular phone from her residence.
   * Melinda Luttrell, 206 West L St., reported to CCSD Deputy Dean Jones that someone had entered her 1995 Isuzu Trooper while it was parked at 192 Lovers Lane and had stolen approximately 15 CDs from the glovebox.
   * Ethel Blevins, 932 Pine Ridge Circle, reported to EPD PTL Jason Shaw that sometime between Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon, someone entered her car and stole a black songbook that contained songs she had written.
   * Mack Murray, 753 Dugger Road, reported to EPD Sgt. John Bailey that sometime between 1-3 p.m. Thursday, someone broke into his residence and stole a Sony Playstation 2 game system (serial number P-27202430-2) and a Playstation 2 game "WWE Smackdown: Shut Your Mouth." According to reports, the glass in the rear door of the residence was broken.
   * Diana Ryan, 219 Sycamore St., Apt. 1, reported to EPD Sgt. John Bailey that sometime between 6:30 p.m. Wednesday and just before 6 a.m. Thursday, someone entered three vehicles belonging to her and had stolen her personal property. The estimated value of the items stolen is less than $40.

  
Vandalism


   * Frank Rosenbaum, 123 Rosenbaum Private Drive, reported to CCSD Deputy Janice Black that sometime Thursday, an unknown person came onto his property at 123 Rosenbaum Private Drive, Lot 5, and vandalized the meter box. The lock on the box had been broken. The rental property was vacant at the time of the vandalism.
   * Ariana Pullon, 109 Oscar Banks Road, Johnson City, reported to CCSD Deputy Dean Jones that on Thursday evening, two male subjects and a female subject known to her had come to her residence intoxicated and she had asked them to leave. She stated that as they were leaving, one of the male subjects threw a beer bottle through a window of her residence.

  
Harassment

   * Heather Kropp, 260 Sneed Hill Road, Apt. B1, reported to CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm that a male subject living in a neighboring apartment had been harassing and threatening her.
  

Armed robbery

   * Officers of the Johnson City Bureau of Police responded to 2900 N. Roan Street Saturday morning in reference to a reported armed robbery. On arrival, an employee with the Chevron convenience store reported that a man entered the business, brandished a weapon and demanded money. The suspect is believed to be a black male in his late 20s, wearing blue jeans and a gray sweatshirt, according to police. The suspect is described as between 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet one inch tall. The suspect fled on foot after taking an undetermined amount of cash, police said. An investigation into the incident continues.