March 12, 2003

Arrests

  
* George Allen Elliott, 55, 668 Clarktown Rd., Roan Mtn., was arrested by Carter County Sheriff's Department Sgt. P.S. Johnson and issued a capias for failure to appear on two DUI charges and three charges of driving on a revoked license.
   * James Henry Sims, 42, Lynnwood Apt. N4, was arrested by CCSD officer Jesse Booher and charged with violation of probation out of criminal court.
   * Kenneth William Stevens, 34, 1361 Riverview Drive, was arrested Monday by CCSD Sgt. P.S. Johnson and charged with filing a false report and resisting arrest.
   * Jeremy Daniel Stevens, 22, 832 U.S. Highway 91 Apt. #C-21, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett and charged with driving on a revoked license. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court March 25.
   * Travis Don Hodge, 22, 137 Gunsmoke Hollow Rd., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett and charged with public intoxication. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court March 25.
   * Barry Preston Trivett, 25, Hampton Creek Rd., Roan Mtn., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Kenny Cornett and charged with public intoxication.
  
Theft

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Jeanne Holder, 1014 Circle Drive, reported to EPD Officer Bill Fraley on Monday that she parked her vehicle in the city parking lot at E. Elk Ave. and Riverside Drive around noon and when she returned to the parking lot around 4 p.m. it had been stolen.
   * Mr. Tracy Humphrey, 217 North 4th St. Ext., Watauga, reported to CCSD officer Albert Nave on Monday that his vehicle had been stolen from the parking lot of True Gospel Baptist Church, 430 4th Ave., Watauga. Humphrey told the officer that he left the vehicle parked with the keys still in the ignition while he was inside the church painting. When he returned, the vehicle was gone.
  
Vandalism


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Carolyn Delauder, employee at Art's Finer Homes, reported to EPD Capt. Bill Fraley that, when she arrived at work Monday morning, she found a Pepsi machine that had been vandalized. Detectives determined that $1,200 damage had been done to the machine and $6.00 stolen from the coin hopper.
   * On Monday, Sterling Perkins, 636 Shell Creek Road, Roan Mtn., reported to CCSD Dep. Kevin Cable that a truck located across the street from him had been vandalized by shooting. Cable noted that the passenger side window of the truck had been busted and there was a bullet hole in the passenger side of the truck bed.
   * Katie P. Hicks, 638 Shell Creek Rd., Roan Mtn., reported to CCSD Dep. Kevin Cable on Monday that sometime between Friday around 2 p.m. and Monday around 9 a.m. an unknown perpetrator had shot twice into her residence through the front window. Cable found two bullet holes visible in the front picture window. The bullets had traveled through the front of a lower kitchen cabinet and had lodged in the back wall of the residence. From the trajectory of the rounds, it appeared the shots were fired from a nearby hill. An investigation revealed no footprints or shell casings.