January 6, 2003

Arrests

   * Samuel H. Royston, Jr., 27, 2081 Devault Bridge Road, Lot 8, Piney Flats, was arrested Thursday night by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sarah Ryan and charged with driving on a revoked license and violation of registration. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Kristi Dawn Noe, 30, 116 Hilton Hill Road, was arrested Thursday by Constable Bobby Canter on an outstanding warrant charging her with aggravated burglary. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Jan. 7.
   * Travis Kurt Guy, 24, 178 Alvin Dugger Road, Butler, was arrested Thursday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Al Meehan on an attachment out of Chancery Court for contempt of court ordered child support.
   * Jerry Lee Ward, 47, no known address, was arrested Thursday evening by CCSD Sgt. Keith Range and charged with disorderly conduct. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Christopher Lee Scalf, 34, 369 Nave Hollow Loop, was arrested early Friday morning by CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm and charged with second offense DUI, second offense driving on a revoked license, criminal impersonation and violation of the financial responsibility law. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Mark Steven Greenwell, 27, 169 Jade Drive, was arrested Thursday night by CCSD Constable Harvey Shaffer on an outstanding warrant charging him with assault.
   * Richard G. Shockley, 38, 2407 Sinking Creek Road, Johnson City, was arrested Thursday evening by Elizabethton Police Department Patrolman Mike Commons and charged with DUI. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Carole D. Fields, 40, 203 Laurel Road, Johnson City, was arrested Thursday afternoon by EPD Patrolman Michael Merritt and charged with DUI, driving without a license, following too closely with contact, violation of financial responsibility and the introduction of drugs to a penal institution. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Jan. 7.
   * Bobby Scott Moorfield, 31, 229 Cobbs Creek, Butler, was arrested Saturday afternoon by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson and charged with possession of Schedule IV narcotics, second offense DUI and violation of implied consent. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Jan. 13.
   * Jose Raul Espinoza, 39, 351 U.S. Highway 91, Apt. 1, was arrested early Saturday morning by CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy and charged with assault under domestic violence.
   * Elmer Carl Miller, 34, 2880 S. Roan St., Johnson City, was arrested Friday night by CCSD Sgt. Penny Cornett and charged with assault under domestic violence. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Jan. 21.
   * Sam Jerry Street, 53, 4060 U.S. Highway 19E, was arrested Friday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Kevin Cable and charged with assault under domestic violence and carrying prohibited weapons. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Jan. 13.
   * Jason C. Hill, Jr., 55, Clover Brook Trailer Park, Lot 6., was arrested Friday evening by CCSD Sgt. Penny Cornett on a capias warrant for failure to appear. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Robert Willis Holland, 38, 190 Chalibeathe Drive, Sulphur Springs, was arrested Friday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Gene Moreland on outstanding warrants charging him for failure to appear, fleeing to avoid apprehension and driving on a suspended license. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Melissa Burchette Williams, 29, 208 Spring St., Hampton, was arrested Friday afternoon by CCSD Deputy L.C. Tester on an attachment for contempt of court.
  
Theft

   * Travis Phillips, 323 W. Doe Avenue, reported to EPD Patrolman Tonya Range on Wednesday that someone had stolen his daughter's bicycle from the front porch of their residence. The bicycle is described as a 20-inch BMX Blush bicycle with "Quest, Just for girls" down the frame and a white chain guard. Stolen along with the bicycle was a helmet that is purple in color in the front and fades into white flames on the back.
   * Randy F. Snider, 115 Oscar Banks Road, Johnson City, reported to EPD Ptl. Mike Commons that sometime between 10 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. Thursday, someone entered his vehicle while it was parked in front of his residence and stole two green tool boxes and the tools and supplies that were contained in them.
   * Linda Gail West, 603 Watauga Ave., reported to EPD Patrolman Jerry Bradley on Thursday that someone had entered her home and had stolen a Playstation 2 game system and three games as well as several checks from her personal checking account. She reported that she suspected two male subjects known to her and that her bank had told her that some of the missing checks had been cashed in the names of the two males she suspected.
   * Tony Harrell, 253 Cove Creek Road, Roan Mountain, reported to CCSD Deputy Kevin Campbell that someone had stolen a Monitor kerosene home heating unit from a property that he owns and rents out on Cove Creek Road. The estimated value of the heating unit is $1,480. He reported that he suspects a male subject known to him.
  
Vandalism

   * Joseph May, 183 Peters Hollow Road, reported to CCSD Deputy Johnny Miller that someone had vandalized a vehicle parked at his orchard along with a building on the orchard property. According to reports, someone broke out all the windows of a 1975 Ford van. Also, a large plate glass window was broken out. The estimated value of the window is $600. May reported that vandalism is an ongoing problem at the property.
   * Joyce M. Bolden, of Johnson City, reported to EPD Ptl. Michael Merritt that someone had damaged some rental property that she owns at 108 Church Street. She stated that the tenant of the property, Teresa Deloach, reported to her that the property was damaged when someone drove a blue and white truck pulling a beige house trailer from Jackson Avenue onto Church Street through the yard. According to reports, Deloach stated that she saw the men cutting down some hedges in the yard of Bolden's property in order to get the trailer onto Church Street. The estimated damage done to the hedges is $100 with another $100 estimated in yard damages.