April 10, 2003

Arrests

   * Jerry L. Greer, 28, 709 Georgia St., was arrested Tuesday evening by Carter County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Penny Cornett on several warrants charging him with two counts of aggravated assault, failure to pay fines and costs and violation of probation. He was also served with an order of protection.
   * Nicholas Anthony Malantonio Jr., 20, 123 Centerview Drive, was arrested Tuesday morning by CCSD Deputy Dean Jones on a warrant charging him with violation of probation.
   * Holly Ann McCrimmon, 42, Lynnwood Apartments, Apt. C-4, was arrested Tuesday morning by CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson and charged with filing a false report. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court May 5.
   * Donna Kay Young, 36, 102 W. Walnut St., Johnson City, was arrested late Tuesday morning by CCSD Inv. Todd Hamm on a criminal indictment charging her with six counts of forgery.
   * Michael Wade Holder, 32, 218 Dry Branch Road, was arrested Tuesday morning by CCSD Deputy Jesse Booher on a warrant charging him with failure to appear in court on charges of public intoxication and evading arrest. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court April 11.
   * Gary Michael Johnson, 20, 201 Jamesway Drive, Frankfort, Ky., was arrested Tuesday morning by Elizabethton Police Department Capt. William Fraley on two warrants charging him with violation of probation.
  
Theft

   * Danny L. Smith, 120 Cemetery Road, reported to CCSD Sgt. Patrick Johnson on Tuesday that sometime early that morning or during the previous night, someone had entered his residence and had stolen 14 antique rifles and shotguns and a Stihl Straight Shaft Weedeater. An estimated value for the stolen property was not available.
   * On Monday, Bill McFadden, manager of the First Utility District Office reported to CCSD officers that someone had stolen the office's bank deposit. The deposit, totaling nearly $2,700, was later found and the investigation into the incident was canceled.
  
Vandalism

   * Randy Lewis, owner of Lewis Used Cars, 228 W. Elk Ave., reported to EPD PTL Mike Commons that sometime between 9:30 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday, someone had broken a window out of a vehicle parked at the dealership and had removed the dashboard of the car and attempted to rewire it. He reported that nothing was missing from the vehicle and that repairs would cost approximately $300.
   * Hubert Buchanan, owner of Buchanan's Auto Upholstery, 518 Railroad St., reported to EPD PTL Mike Commons that sometime Monday evening or early Tuesday morning, someone had broken a window out of a company van that was parked at the business. The damage was estimated at $600.
   * Chip Chambers, of Baker's Construction Company, reported to CCSD Lt. Mike Fraley on Tuesday that sometime in the past seven days, someone had shot the window out of a front end loader which was parked at a construction site near the intersection of U.S. Highway 91 and George Williams Road. An estimated $300 in damage was done to the vehicle.