February 13, 2003
* Cathy Patricia Caraway, 42, 5050 Goose Creek
Lane, Lenoir, N.C., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Bradley
Johnson on a capias issued for failure to appear for a court
hearing on charges of aggravated burglary and vandalism.
* Matthew G. Ledford, 24, 109 Fitzsimmons Hill
Road, was arrested Monday by EPD Patrolman Mike Merritt on
charges of driving on a suspended license, failure to obey
a traffic device and violation of the financial responsibility
law. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
* Robert D. Brockwell, no age available, 145
D.C. Campbell Road, was arrested Monday by CCSD Sgt. G.S.
Johnson on a capias issued from Sullivan County General Sessions
Court charging him with failure to appear on driving on a
revoked license, second offense, and speeding.
* Roy Franklin Fisher, 41, no address available,
was arrested Monday by EPD Patrolman Jason Shaw on a charge
of public intoxication.
* Adam Colby Smith, 18, 137 Jewel St., #1, Johnson
City, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Bradley Johnson on
a charge of violation of probation.
* Maverick Lynn Estep, 26, 126 Pierce St., was
arrested Monday by CCSD Sgt. G.S. Johnson on warrants charging
him with auto burglary, two counts of theft under $500, and
* A 17-year-old male was arrested Tuesday by
CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy and Sgt. Penny Cornett on charges of auto
burglary and theft under $500. The arrest stemmed from a reported
auto burglary at 105 Cedar Grove Road on Tuesday morning.
* Charles Douglas Franklin IV, 20, 1011 Antioch
Road, Johnson City, was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Sgt. Penny
Cornett on a charge of underage consumption of alcohol. He
is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court Feb. 18.
* Nathaniel Lee Heaton, 36, 181 Woodland Lane,
Johnson City, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Janice Black
on charges of failure to appear for driving on a suspended
license and violation of vehicle registration law.
* Douglas Lee Nave, 52, 129 Potterack Road, Hampton,
was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Bradley Johnson on a capias
from General Sessions Court charging him with failure to appear
on possession of Schedule II drugs and possession of drug
paraphernalia charges. He also served Nave with a capias issued
from Criminal Court charging him with failure to pay fines
* EPD Capt. Bill Fraley responded to a report
of theft on Monday. Helen Mullins Saylor reported that several
items had been taken from two small wooden boxes in a dresser
drawer of her Hartsell Road residence. Items reported taken
included several pieces of jewelry and a watch. No forced
entry to the residence was reported.
* EPD Sgt. John Ramsey was dispatched to the
police department on Monday on a complaint of embezzlement.
Ramsey spoke with Freddie Lynn Bates who stated he was the
owner of G & G Auto Body and More, 300 East Elk Ave. He
said an employee had been accepting payments from customers
and failing to give the money to Bates. He advised that he
had contacted four customers who stated they had paid cash
to the employee for services. Bates stated that he had seven
more customers to speak with, but at the time of the report,
his total loss was more than $3,000. Bates said the employee
had worked for him approximately one year, but the employee
had never provided any contact information to him.
* CCSD Gregg Nave spoke with Bridget Carter on
Monday in reference to a credit card theft. Carter said she
found her credit card that had been sent to her was missing
from her mailbox. Carter stated the card had been used at
Kmart in Johnson City and Wal-Mart in Elizabethton. Three
additional attempts to use the card at other businesses were
reportedly made but the card was declined.