March 4, 2003

Arrests

   * Stephen Eugene Green, 47, 223 Short Coal Cute Road, was arrested Friday evening by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sarah Ryan on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Troy Wayne Emore, 23, 261 Marion Branch Road, was arrested Sunday evening by CCSD Sgt. Penny Cornett on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Joshua Allen Duvall, 23, no address available, was arrested Sunday evening by CCSD Sgt. Penny Cornett on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Carl David Nave II, 27, 279 Minton Hollow Road, was arrested Saturday evening by CCSD Sgt. Penny Cornett on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Robert Harrison Blevins, 35, 152 Hilltop Road, Johnson City, was arrested Sunday just before noon by CCSD Deputy Kevin Cable on two outstanding warrants charging him with violation of probation and assault under domestic violence. He was also served with two ex parte orders of protection, one from Carter County and one from Washington County. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court March 11.
   * Andrew J. Heaton, 34, 124 Hill Side Drive, was arrested Sunday by CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy on outstanding warrants charging him with failure to appear in court, fourth offense DUI and fourth offense driving on a revoked license.
   * Robyn Fay Smith, 36, 102 Borderview Road, was arrested Saturday evening by CCSD Deputy Dave Ryan on a warrant charging her with aggravated assault. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Neal Smith, 38, 102 Borderview Ave., was arrested Saturday evening by CCSD Deputy Dave Ryan on a warrant charging him with aggravated assault. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
   * Amber Dee Shepard, 34, 358 Rambling Road, Jonesborough, was arrested Sunday night by CCSD Constable Jerry Miller on a warrant charging her with violation of probation.
   * Daniel Ray Thomas, 18, 222 Swimming Pool Road, Lot 13, Hampton, was arrested Sunday night by CCSD Deputy Eric Buck on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
  
Theft

  
* James Howard Vance, owner of Vance's Gem Shop, 8791 U.S. Highway 19E, Roan Mountain, reported to CCSD Deputy Tim Tester on Thursday that someone had broken into his business and had stolen more than $120,000 in jewelry including 360 gold rings with gemstones, 300 sterling silver rings, 50 gold necklaces, 50 gold bracelets, 40 gold rings and a freshwater pearl necklace.
   * Jim Chappelka, 240 Roby Miller Road, Roan Mountain, reported to CCSD Lt. Mike Fraley on Saturday that someone had stolen the well pump located in the well on his property. According to reports, the water and electrical lines to the pump had been cut and fresh sludge was located around the pipes indicating that the theft had occurred very recently.
   * David Anderson, 1605 West G St., reported to CCSD Constable Jerry Miller that on Sunday evening, someone had stolen a Sony PlayStation out of his vehicle while it was parked at Burger King on West Elk Avenue. The value of the game system is valued at $200.
   * Carl L. Glass, 387 Tiger Creek Road, Roan Mountain, reported to CCSD Deputy Kevin Cable, that sometime between Feb. 23 and March 1, someone broke into his residence and stole more than $1,300 in personal property including $150 in cash, a car stereo, a tool box and assorted tools and some DVDs.
   * Steve Salmons, 124 Victory Lane, Lot 22, reported to CCSD Deputy Janice Black that sometime between noon and 7 p.m. on Feb. 27, someone had stolen the wheels and tires off of a purple and black, two-door Toyota Celica belonging to him which was parked at 238 Watauga Road.
   * Jose Antonio Aceves, 113 Wilson Ave., reported to CCSD Deputy Jim Whaley that on Friday between 10 a.m. and noon, a female subject known to him stole $50 in cash from his residence along with all of his personal clothing.
   * Flo Hartley, 1457 Charity Hill Road, reported to CCSD Lt. Mike Fraley that someone had stolen three dogs from her residence early Saturday morning. Two of the dogs are AKC registered German Shepherds -- one is a black male with a beige face and chin and the other is a solid black female. They are valued at $250 each. The third dog is a male black Labrador pup. She reported that she suspects a male subject known to her.
   * Tony Blackburn, of Watauga Auto Salvage, Cripple Creek Road, reported to CCSD Sgt. Penny Cornett that someone had entered a storage building at the business and had stolen a go cart belonging to him as well as a 14 horsepower Kohler engine, a car battery and a large towable suitcase. The estimated value of the property stolen is $2,300.
   * Michael Lewis, 201 W. I St., reported to Elizabethton Police Department PTL Michael Sproviero on Sunday that sometime early that morning or during the previous night, someone had entered his wife's vehicle as it was parked at their residence and had stolen a portable CD player valued at $80 along with a black backpack that contained several books.
   * Pam Ford, manager of Maupin's Exxon, 701 Broad St., reported to EPD PTL Mike Commons that on Friday night, someone had stolen an air pump machine belonging to the business that was located near the car wash. The machine was valued at $2,000.
   * Ema Wright, 128 Little Stoney Creek Road, reported to EPD Capt. Arthur Smithdeal that someone had stolen a Sony Discman, valued at $150, out of her vehicle while it was parked at 218 W. I St.
   * Charles Jones, 216 W. I St., reported to EPD PTL Michael Sproviero on Sunday that he had lent a vehicle belonging to him to a male subject known to him on Friday and the subject was supposed to have returned it that same day. According to reports, the subject had not yet returned the vehicle.
  
Animal Cruelty

  
* Natalie Smith, 113 Troy Pierce Road, reported to CCSD Deputy Dave Ryan that on Sunday night, she had let her two Chihuahua dogs out into the yard for a few minutes and when they did not return, her husband went looking for them and discovered them dead in the front yard of their residence. According to reports, the dogs had been shot, but neither Mr. or Mrs. Smith heard a gun shot. The dogs were valued at $300.