July 21, 2004       

Arrests
  * Jerry R. Livingston, 65, 102 Franklin Place Dr., Apt. #10, was arrested Monday by Elizabethton Police Department Ptl. Michael Merritt and charged with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage and making a false report to law enforcement.
  * Christina Cannon, 29, 190 Lovers Lane, was arrested Monday by EPD Ptl. K Mullins on a capias for failure to appear in court.
  * David W. Livingston, 43, 132 Potterack Rd., Hampton, was arrested Monday by Carter County Sheriff's Department Deputy Shannon Deloach and charged with aggravated assault under domestic violence. He is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on Friday.
  * Kimberly Dawn Buckles, 29, 134 Holston View Dr., was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Anthony L. Hardin on a capias for failure to appear on a charge of theft under $500.
  * Margret Rebecca Williams, 39, 4481 Bluff City Hwy. Lot #19, was arrested Monday by CCSD Deputy Tom Skeans on a capias for failure to appear in court for worthless checks.
  * Tony Terrell Phillips, 30, 241 W. Main St. #26, Johnson City, was arrested Monday by Johnson City Police Department officers and charged with possession of Schedule II narcotics (cocaine), for resale and resisting arrest. He is currently being held in the Washington County Detention Center on an $11,000 bond.
  
Vandalism
  * On Monday, EPD Ptl. Jerry Bradley was called to 1926 West Elk Ave. in regard to destruction of property. The officer spoke with Ed Odom at Auto Outlet who said he came to work at approximately 8:30 a.m. and found the glass in the front door broken. Odom also said a vehicle in the parking lot had been vandalized. Bradley investigated and found that someone had entered the business and searched it but nothing was stolen.
  * EPD Ptl. Richard Haney responded to Big John's Closeouts on Broad Street Monday evening in regard to a vandalism. He spoke with Mr. Michael Barnet, an owner of the company, who said that sometime Sunday evening or early Monday morning someone broke the passenger side window out of a company vehicle. Nothing was taken from the vehicle.
  
Theft
  * EPD Watch Commander Clyde Croy on Monday responded to Milligan Grocery about a theft of lottery tickets. A clerk told police that a young man known to her had entered the store and taken three lottery tickets valued at $2 each then fled in a vehicle, according to the police report. The clerk said the perpetrator took one Happy Mother's Day scratch card, value $2,000, ticket #110; one weekly $500 scratch card, ticket #091, and one sparkling gold card, ticket #045. The clerk was advised to take out warrants on the subject.
  
Burglary
  * CCSD Deputy Eric Buck on Monday responded to a reported burglary at 553 Laurels Rd., Johnson City. Brent Decker told police that when he and his wife arrived home from working the day shift, he noticed that the locks had been broken off of his shed and that the following items had been taken - a Homelite weedeater, a Ryobi saws-all, a skill saw, a Craftsman tool set in a gray carrying case, a Mac Tools air dye grinder, a Mac Tools air ratchet, a Craftsman wrench set, a 3/8 drive Chicago Tools air drill, an eight-piece Craftsman black-handled screw driver set, and other assorted tools.