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January 22 crime reports

Published: 9:36 PM, 01/20/2012 Last updated: 9:40 PM, 01/20/2012
 


Source: The Newport Plain Talk

SHERIFF'S REPORTS

 

Forgery (three counts) and theft under $500

Amanda Jane Dawson, 23, of Morristown, was arrested Jan. 14, and charged with three counts of forgery and theft under $500, Det. Bryan Murr reported.

 

Driving on a suspended license

Nicholas Robert Brown, 32, of Sevierville, was arrested Jan. 17, and charged with driving on a suspended license, Deputy Sheriff Josh Hall reported.

 

Failure to appear (two counts)

Timothy Eugene Lane, 42, of Bean Station, was arrested Jan. 20, and charged with failure to appear (two counts), Sgt. Robert Thornton and Deputy Sheriff Heath Willis reported.

 

Violation of probation

Christina R. Rogers, 23, of 850 Ocoee St., in Newport, was arrested Jan. 17, and charged with violation of probation, Corrections Officer Rodney Hazelwood reported.

 

Failure to appear/capias, contempt/capias

Michelle Louise Ball, 27, of 492 Driftwood Road, in Cosby, was arrested Jan. 17, and charged with failure to appear/capias and contempt/capias, Sgt. Steve Johnson reported.

 

Assault reported

Amy Ball, 31, of 1779 Shale Road, in Newport, was arrested Jan. 19, and charged with assault, Deputy Sheriff Andy Tritt reported.

 

Assault

Chad Booterbaugh, 31, of 654 Lamons Circle, was arrested Jan. 18, and charged with assault, Deputy Sheriff Andy Tritt reported.

 

Violation of probation, failure to appear/capias

Joey Lee Arrowood, 42, of 588 Bonanza Drive, in Newport, was arrested Jan. 16, and charged with violation of probation and failure to appear/capias, Sgt. Steve Johnson reported.

 

Driving on a revoked license and failure to obey traffic control device

Deborah D. Webb, 42, of 1027 Carson Springs Loop, in Newport, was arrested Jan. 18, and charged with driving on a revoked license and failure to obey a traffic control device, Deputy Sheriffs Michael Whitmer and Heath Willis reported.

 

Driving on a suspended license

Tanya Sue Moore, 31, of 519 Old Knoxville Highway, in Newport, was arrested Jan. 18, and charged with driving on a suspended license, Deputy Sheriff Hollis Emmons reported.

 

Burglary and theft under $500

Charles Timothy Love, 50, of 856 Fairview St., in Newport, was arrested Jan. 17, and charged with burglary and theft under $500, Det. Bryan Murr reported.

 

Assault alleged

Natalie Beasley, 23, of 1733 Luther Memorial Road, in Parrottsville, was arrested Jan. 17, and charged with assault, Deputy Sheriff Andy Tritt reported.

 

Theft under $500

Billy Joe Jones, 31, of 356 Jasmine Drive, in Newport, was arrested Jan. 16, and charged with theft under $500, Det. Bryan Murr reported.

 

Theft over $1,000

Robert Allen Easter, 26, of Jacksonville, Fla., was arrested Jan. 12, and charged with theft over $1,000, Det. Bryan Murr reported. Easter was charged in connections with the Jan. 4 reported theft of $9,180 worth of property from the residence of Charlene Brown on Cascade Road in Parrottsville.

 

Cited for littering

Rebecca T. Hill, of 134 English Mountain Road, was cited for criminal littering for having in plain view a large amount of trash along a fence and road, Deputy Sheriff Andy Tritt reported. There were open bags all over the yard, porch and ditches at that address, Tritt reported. He also said there were medical supplies in plain view that should have been discarded in biohazard containers. Hill was given a court date of Jan. 30, according to Tritt's report.

 

Identity theft

Bill Helm, 74, of C&D Way, in Newport, reported on Jan. 17 that in January 2010 someone purchased five cell phones from Verizon in his name, without his permission. Helm got a letter from Verizon recently that states he owes Verizon $3,045 for the phones and phone bills, Sgt. David Crum reported. Helm stated he has never had a Verizon phone or ever had any dealing with that phone company, the report stated.

 

Breaking and entering

George A. Hurst, 76, of East Highway 25/70, in Newport, said he and his family returned home on Jan. 18 and found someone had broken into his residence and stole a Stevens 20-gauge shotgun worth $300, a Priminius 32-caliber firearm worth $300, and a black wallet with personal papers worth $10, Deputy Sheriff Joseph Owings reported. Damage to a window is estimated to be $100.

 

Theft reported

Charles Gregg, 67, of Phillips Hollow Way, in Bybee, said a man he hired to work for him stole tractor equipment worth $2,200 from him and, instead of putting a new tin roof on a building on his property, the acquaintance allegedly tore the building down and sold the 2x4's to a person in a black truck, Sgt. David Crum reported. The building is valued at $3,500.

 

Stolen credit card

Bessie Shetley, 74, of Highway 411, in Newport, said on Jan. 17 that someone stole her Sears credit card on Jan. 15, Sgt. David Crum reported.

 

Threats made

Amy Lloyd, 21, of Point Pleasant Road, in Newport, called the sheriff's department on Jan. 16 to report threats allegedly made by an acquaintance. The person allegedly said on the phone to her, "I'll beat you up (and) you'll be in the hospital and I'll be in jail," Deputy Sheriff Jason Oury reported. Two witnesses allegedly heard the person make the threats while the speakerphone was on, Oury stated in his report.

 

Theft reported

Donnie Sutton, 54, of Warren Street, in Newport, said on Jan. 17 he discovered someone had withdrawn $50 from his account via the Internet, Sgt. David Crum reported. The purchase was made from Fandango.com, the report stated.

 

Theft of property over $500

Tina Sapp, 34, of Maple Ridge Way, in Newport, said on Jan. 16 that someone stole jewelry from her residence worth $905, and an Android Samsung phone worth $150, Deputy Sheriff Jason Oury reported. A suspect was named.

 

Theft of money

Lisa M. Ellison, 45, of Bear Branch Road, in Del Rio, said when she was arrested Jan. 19 for outstanding warrants, she gave her pocketbook to an acquaintance who was with her, Deputy Sheriff Tony Bailey reported. Ellison said when she got out of jail, an acquaintance brought her her pocketbook but it was missing $100 in cash. She said she was also missing $38.07 in groceries and $4 in kerosene, the report stated.

 

Theft of pocketbook

Keela Hall, 23, of Joe Reed Road, in Bybee, stated on Jan. 17 that on Jan. 18 or Jan. 19, someone stole her pocketbook from her vehicle that was parked at her residence, Deputy Sheriff Tony Bailey reported. The thief used her debit card at Lowe's in Newport, and then at two locations in Morristown, Hall said. Items she reported missing include the pocketbook, worth $150; $5 in cash; perfume worth $25; a watch worth $30; three body jewelry items worth $30; plus other items, for a total value of $515, the report stated.

 

Theft of tools

Mike Kirkpatrick, 38, of Allens Chapel Road, in Parrottsville, said on Jan. 19 that sometime between Jan. 14 and Jan. 19, someone pried open a toolbox in his service truck, including four Crescent wrenches worth over $227, assorted Craftsman hand tools worth $100, and four Craftsman combo wrenches worth $100, for a grand total over $810, Deputy Sheriff Tony Bailey reported.

 

Theft reported

Terri Ellison, 49, of Roy Road, in Cosby, said she returned home on Jan. 20, and discovered someone had stolen her blue Nintendo DSi3 worth $189 and one game worth $40, Sgt. David Crum reported.

 

Burglary/theft reported

Normal Sartain, 57, of Rays Loop, in Newport, said on Jan. 17 that someone stole four 2005 Ford Mustang wheels from a storage shed behind his residence, Sgt. Brian Holt reported. The four wheels are worth $1,600. A suspect was named.

 

Theft alleged

Olena Ray, 53, of Greasy Cove Road, in Cosby, said she came home Jan. 19 and discovered missing the following items: a laptop and a Low Jack in the side of the laptop, for a total value of $800, Lt. Richard Caldwell reported.

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