January 31, 2003

Arrests

   * Glenn Paul Scott, 48, 152 Russell Hill Road, was arrested Wednesday evening by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sarah Ryan and charged with public intoxication. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Feb. 4.
   * Joseph D. Ferguson, 59, was arrested Wednesday morning by CCSD Deputy Kathy Forbes and charged with third offense DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Feb. 18.
   * Alicia Rochelle Singleton, 24, 328 Dye Leaf Road, Butler, was arrested Wednesday morning by CCSD Constable Bobby Canter on a warrant charging her with being a fugitive from justice.
   * Roxie Ann Bridgeman, 21, 1146 Rittertown Road, was arrested Wednesday by CCSD Constable Bobby Canter on capias warrants charging her with driving on a suspended license and criminal impersonation. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   Garry Aron Milton, 19, 125 George Bowers Road, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by CCSD Deputy Tom Skeans on an outstanding warrant charging him with reckless endangerment. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Feb. 1.
   * Steve Hardin, 29, 204 Old Lacy Hollow Road, was arrested early Thursday morning by CCSD Deputy Tim Tester on an outstanding warrant charging him with violation of probation.
  
Theft

   * Mathew Kechter, 107 Pleasant Beech Road, Watauga, reported to CCSD Deputy Brad Hamm on Tuesday that someone had broken into a storage unit rented by him and had stolen a computer, surround sound system and a century fire safe containing personal papers belonging to him.
   * Patricia Ann Buckles, 213 Holston Ave., reported to Elizabethton Police Department PTL Joey Proffitt that sometime between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. someone entered her home and stole nearly $6,300 in personal property from the residence including a Ming vase valued at $5,000 and several antiques. She reported that she suspects three subjects known to her.
   * Mark Steven Greenwell, 194 Jade Drive, reported to EPD PTL Jerry Bradley that while his car was parked at the laundry facility of Lynnridge Apartments, someone broke into his car and stole the vehicle's CD player, approximately 30 CDs and prescription medication belonging to Greenwell.