December 22, 2002

Arrests

   * Timothy Paul Treadway, 34, 721 Blue Springs Road, Lot 7, was arrested Thursday evening by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sarah Ryan and charged with going armed. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 31.
   * Scott Michael Hemmingway, 25, 2675 Siam Road, No. 1, was arrested Thursday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Al Meehan and charged with driving on a suspended license and violation of financial responsibility. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 30.
   * Herschel Paul Honeycutt, 35, 1511 Marice Drive, Woodbridge, Va., was arrested Thursday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Bradley N. Johnson on three outstanding warrants charging him with flagrant non-support, failure to appear and violation of probation.
   * Emily Kay Collins, 20, 748 Powder Branch Road, was arrested Thursday morning by CCSD Deputy Kevin Cable and charged with assault under domestic violence and vandalism under domestic violence. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Jan. 13, 2003.
   * Donna Ann Taylor, 33, 104 Davis Hollow Road, Apt. 8, was arrested Saturday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Tim Tester and charged with violation of probation.
   * Ronnie Dalton, 44, 108 Hidden Valley Road, Johnson City, was arrested Friday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett and charged with assault under domestic violence. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 31.
   * Brett E. Price, 42, 2001 C Sherwood Drive, Johnson City, was arrested early Saturday morning by CCSD Constable Bobby Canter and charged with aggravated assault. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 31.
   * William Thomas Parlier, 38, 75 Milligan Lane, was arrested Friday night by CCSD officers on two capias warrants charging him with failure to appear. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 23.
   * David Keith Vandyke, 42, 806 Hickory Street, was arrested Tuesday evening by CCSD Constable Harvey Shaffer on an attachment for contempt of court.
   * Matthew Gene Ledford, 24, 109 Fitzsimmons Road, was arrested Friday afternoon by CCSD Sgt. T. Lowe and charged with violation of probation. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Dec. 23.

Theft

   * Mike Smith, 113 Coney Island Road, reported to CCSD Lt. Bob Hooks on Saturday that someone entered his 1994 Ford Explorer and stole 35 compact discs from the vehicle, valued at an estimated $350. According to reports, entry to the vehicle was made through the hatch door.
   * Cathy Stout, 137 Dan Bowers Road, Lot 3, reported to CCSD Deputy Tim Tester that sometime from Dec. 8-17, someone entered her residence and stole approximately $1,500 in clothing and jewelry, including an emerald tennis bracelet and a gold necklace.
  
Vandalism


   * Larry Hughes reported to CCSD Deputy Shannon Deloach that someone had vandalized his place of business at 6177 Highway 19E, Hampton. According to reports, the perpetrator shot through a window at the front of the business approximately 20 times, damaging it and a block wall in building. The shots appear to have been fired by a .22 caliber firearm.
   * Shirley Cherry, 611 Summit Drive, Jonesborough, reported to Elizabethton Police Department Sgt. Charles Moreland that someone had entered her 2002 Chrysler Sebring while it was parked at her work, The Nave Center, 1000 W. E Street, and had vandalized the vehicle by pouring a purple syrup type liquid on the seats. She reported that she has a suspect in the incident.
   * Brad Reece, 1613 Broad Street, reported to CCSD officers that sometime between 2:20-3:30 p.m. on Dec. 12, someone vandalized his 1979 Chevy Camaro by causing damage to the vehicle's body. According to reports, the vehicle sustained dents to the left front fender and door area.

Fire

   * A home in Roan Mountain owned by Chris and Annette Edens, 145 Lafayette Street, Wilmington, N.C., caught fire Saturday morning. The home, which is located at 375 Bluegrass Road, was reported on fire by Keith Vandendrink, 638 Buck Mountain Road. The fire started in a bedroom and after members of the Roan Mountain Volunteer Fire Department responded, they were able to contain the fire in that room. However, the entire house suffered smoke damage.