July 13, 2003

Theft
   * Elizabethton Police Department PTL Jennifer Mayberry spoke to Donna R. Willis on Thursday regarding a break in. Willis advised she had come to her residence at 120 Reeser Road, Apt. 32 on Thursday, and observed the front door had been pried open with what appeared to be a small screwdriver. Willis advised that she believed a former roommate had broken into the apartment and taken some of her property. The items reported missing included one VCR-televison combination, 1 Xbox system, 16 Xbox games, 1 Sony stereo system, and $415 cash.
   * Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Al Meehan spoke with Cinda Scott Osborne on Thursday regarding a residential burglary. Osborne reported she left her residence at 117 Oscar Banks Road, Apt. 3, Johnson City, at 8 a.m. Thursday. Upon arriving home at 6 p.m., Osborne reported the door was open and had been forced open as the wood of the frame was ripped off. There was evidence of rooms in the residence being searched, but Osborne could not find anything missing, according to the report.
   * On Thursday, Christina Pickens reported to CCSD Deputy Eric Buck that her diamond tennis bracelet was taken by someone while in her residence at 109 Ed Davis Road, Apt. 3. Pickens advised several subjects had been at her residence on Wednesday night who did not have permission to be there.
   * EPD PTL Shannon Peters was dispatched to the police department on Thursday on a report of theft from a vehicle. On arrival, he spoke with Lisa S. Parlier who stated that she parked her vehicle at McDonald's on Broad St. Wednesday while she was working at the restaurant. Parlier reported that she came out to her vehicle at 9:30 a.m. and her portable Jensen C/D player was inside her vehicle. She reported that when she returned to her car at 1 p.m., her C/D player and purse were missing. The C/D player was valued at $45. The victim stated her purse contained $25. Parlier's purse was dropped off at the police department but she reported the money was missing when she recovered the property, according to the report.
  
  

Illegal dumping


   * EPD PTL Shannon Peters was dispatched Thursday to Art's Finer Homes on U.S. Highway 19-E on a report of illegal dumping. On arrival, Peters spoke with Farrell Swanner who advised someone had been dumping used tires on the back of the lot. Swanner advised that the dumping had happened on more than one occasion. Swanner also stated that he was installing a gate to keep people out of the lot after hours.
  
  

Arrests


   * Brandon D. Honeycutt, 18, 1151 Blue Springs Road, was arrested Thursday by EPD PTL Shannon Peters on outstanding warrants issued from Washington County. The warrants charged Honeycutt with speeding, violation of registration, violation of financial responsibility and driving on a suspended license.
   * Brenda Lynn Baird, 45, 112 Twin Oaks Drive, Greeneville, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Mike Carlock and charged with driving under the influence, 1st offense, violation of implied consent law, and improper lane change. She is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on July 14.
   * Linzel Paul Clawson, 317 Clawson Hollow Road, Roan Mountain, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Bradley Johnson and charged with evading arrest, driving on revoked license, 2nd offense, and reckless driving. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on July 15.
   * James Christopher Ritchie, 29, 138 Little Avenue, was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Janice Black on a warrant issued from General Sessions Court charging him with custodial interference. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on July 14.
   * Justin Jerome Mayberry, 21, 409 Arbor Oaks, Ashland, Va., was arrested Thursday by CCSD Deputy Al Meehan and charged with violation of probation. Upon further investigation, Mayberry was also found to have warrants issued from Washington County on charges of failure to appear on three counts of burglary.