February 21, 2003

Arrests

  
* Desmond Johnson, 23, 707 S. Watauga Ave., was arrested Tuesday morning by Elizabethton Police Department Capt. Clyde Croy and charged with driving on a revoked license. According to reports, the officer observed Johnson in operation of a motor vehicle and knew his license was suspended on Oct. 14, 2002 for a DUI conviction.
   * Michael Pierce, 38, 482 Dry Hollow Road, was arrested Wednesday morning by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Janice Black on a warrant charging him with failure to appear in court on fines and costs.
   * Noah Allen Gouge, 23, 612 West C St., was arrested early Wednesday morning by CCSD Deputy Johnny Miller on an outstanding warrant out of General Sessions Court charging him with violation of probation on charges of assault, DUI and driving on a suspended license. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Sherwood Cannon Davis, 34, 1420 Southside Road, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by EPD PTL Tonya Range on an outstanding warrant charging him with failure to appear in court on charges of theft under $500. He was also served a summons to appear in General Sessions Court on charges of shoplifting by Range. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
  
Summons


   * Debbie K. Norris, 45, 1420 Southside Road, was issued a summons Wednesday evening by EPD PTL Tonya Range. She was charged with shoplifting and is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
  
Theft

  
* Amanda L. Cable, 900 Johnson Ave., reported to EPD PTL Joey Proffitt on Wednesday evening that earlier that day, someone had stolen her four-and-a-half month old Pit Bull puppy. The dog is valued at $800. She reported that she suspects a male subject known to her.
   * Arklie E. Hooten, owner of Pioneer Sign, 436 E. Doe Ave., reported to EPD PTL Shannon Peters on Wednesday that someone had stolen a Honda generator from one of the company's trucks. He reported that the generator is valued at $575 and could have been taken from the truck between Feb. 14 and Feb. 16.
   * Randy Branson, manager of Fleetwood Mobile Homes, reported to EPD PTL Jason Shaw on Wednesday that sometime during the previous night, someone had stolen approximately 250 boards that are used in the set up of mobile homes from the business' property. The value of the boards is approximately $100.