April 18, 2003

Arrests

  
* Randall Wayne Blevins, 43, 118 Treadway St., was arrested Wednesday afternoon by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sarah Ryan and charged with disorderly conduct.
   * Forthia C. Smith, 33, 154 Morton Road, was arrested Thursday morning by CCSD Deputy Janice Black on a warrant charging her with violation of probation.
   * Russell L. Brendle, 21, 816 Virginia Ave., was arrested Wednesday afternoon by Elizabethton Police Department PTL Shannon Peters on warrant charging him with violation of probation. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court April 21.
   * Catherine Joy Snodgrass, 33, 3711 N. Roan St., Apt. D22, Johnson City, was arrested Wednesday night by EPD PTL Tonya Range and charged with third offense DUI, violation of the implied consent law and resisting arrest. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court April 21.
  
Theft

   * Phyllis Shepard, 130 Toll Branch Road, reported to CCSD Deputy Janice Black that sometime between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Wednesday, someone entered her residence and had stolen a large can of silver coins and a black Nike bag.
   * James Hughes, 105 Journeys End, reported to CCSD Lt. Harvey Guess that sometime on Wednesday, someone had stolen a lawn mower belonging to him from the lawn of his residence. The lawn mower is described as a red, Murray brand, 26 inch, self propelled mower and is valued at $150.
   * Tamra Harris, 2031 Dave Buck Road, reported to CCSD Deputy Janice Black that sometime in the morning hours of Wednesday, someone broke into her 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier while it was parked at her residence and had stolen a JVC brand CD player. An estimated value for the stereo was not available.
   * Christi Vannoy, 127 Brown Road, reported to CCSD Sgt. T. Lowe that sometime on April 6, someone had stolen a go-cart from her property. The go-car is described as being blue in color with a 12.5 horsepower Briggs and Staton motor and is valued at $800.
   * Alia K. Robinson, 610 Cherry St., reported to EPD PTL Shannon Peters on Tuesday that sometime the previous night, someone had broken the window out of her 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse and had stolen a Kenwood CD player and cell phone charger belonging to her. An estimated value for the stolen items or the damage to the vehicle was not available.
  
Vandalism

   * John McKinney, 160 Bill Nave Loop, reported to CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy on Wednesday that on that day while he was on his property, he heard a gunshot and it sounded like the bullet struck the roof of one of buildings near where he was standing.