June 13, 2003

Arrests

* Larry Paul Guinn, 20, of 16 Lambs Park, Limestone, Tenn., was arrested Wednesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Janice Black and charged with felony escape, failure to appear on driving on a revoked license and violation of probation. After being taken into custody, he was also served a warrant by Elizabethton Police Department PTL Clyde Croy for theft of property over $500.
   * Scott C. Peters, 19, 301 S. Hills Drive, was arrested Tuesday by EPD PTL Jennifer Mayberry for disorderly conduct.
   * Jessica Britt, 25, 505 East B Street, Apt. C, was arrested Wednesday by EPD PTL Tonya Range and charged with driving on a suspended license and violation of the financial responsibility law. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on June 16.
   * Donald Gene Hammonds, 21, 220 Bristol Metal Road, Apt. 26, Bristol, Tenn., was arrested Thursday by EPD PTL Michael McIntosh and charged with criminal impersonation. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on June 16.
   * Tammie Roseann Ford, 39, 628 Long Hollow Road, was arrested Wednesday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Constable Bobby Canter on an attachment for contempt out of Chancery Court. She is scheduled to appear in Chancery Court on July 15.
   * Brandi N. Gobble, 23, 183 Bill Nave Loop, was arrested Tuesday by CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy on a capias warrant for failure to appear on two counts of driving on a suspended license in Carter County and two warrants for failure to appear in Sullivan County. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court today.
  
Theft

* On Wednesday, Scott York, an employee of Boone Distributing Corporation, reported to CCSD Lt. Rocky Croy that while he was inside one of his stops in Hampton, a man named Matt Cowen came in and told him that he saw a man take two cases of beer from his truck and put them in a Ford Bronco and take off toward Watauga lake. Cowen was able to retrieve the license number on the vehicle but the number was not on file with NCIC, Croy reported. The case has been turned over to the Criminal Investigation Division.