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Sunday, July 24, that he and his family returned home,
found a door open and the following missing: a 42-inch Public intoxication
Sansung LCD Tv worth $1,400, three antique pocket Charles Reynoles, 22, of 585 Travis Way, in Newport,
watches worth $1,500, a Stihl leaf blower worth $300, a was arrested this morning (July 26), and charged with
Stihl weed trimmer worth $300, a Stihl chainsaw worth public intoxication, Lt. Richard Caldwell reported.
$300, and other items. The total value of stolen items
is $4,389, the report by Patrolman David Clevenger re- Driving on a suspended license
ported. Garrett Dustin Cameron, 21, of 366 Rankin Hill Road,
in Newport, was arrested Monday, July 25, and charged
Burglary/theft over $1,000/vandalism with driving on suspended license, Deputy Sheriff Chuck
Pat Neese, 60, of Riverview Road, in Newport, said Evans reported.
she stopped by a relative’s residence on Saturday, July
POLICE REPORTS 23, and found the front door pried open. She said the fol- Driving on a revoked license
lowing was stolen: a Dell laptop computer worth $1,200. Lawrence Douglas Williams, 43, of 1225 Fine St., in
Possession of drugs, firearms, A fuse box had also allegedly been damaged and van- Newport, was arrested Monday, July 25, and charged
and paraphernalia dalized, Patrolman Amy Elswick reported. A neighbor with driving on a revoked license, Deputy Sheriff Chuck
Kenneth E. Campbell, 53, of Maryville, was arrested said they saw two white males, ages 18-20, on the front Evans reported. Williams was allegedly observed rid-
Saturday, July 23, and charged with possession of drug porch around 2 a.m., and called police. The police went ing his motorcycle south on Carson Springs Road while
paraphernalia, possession of a ﬁrearm (two charges), by a few minutes later and were unable to ﬁnd anyone not wearing a helmet. A 12-pack of beer was allegedly
possession of a Legend drug, and possession of Schedule around the residence. The total damage of the fuse box strapped onto the rear of the motorcycle, Evans report-
4 drugs, Patrolman Allen Stemp reported. Ofﬁcers were is estimated to be about $300, Elswick reported. ed.
allegedly called to Family Inns on Cosby Highway, where
Campbell apparently paid for a room. A search of his Theft of gas Burglary charge
room and green Dodge truck revealed several small, plas- Melissa Reagan, an employee of the Time Out gas sta- Shannon Dotson, 24, of 311 Shag Road, in Newport,
tic storage bags, a set of scales, drugs and other items. tion at 1130 West Highway 25/70, in Newport, said she was arrested Friday, July 22, and charged with burglary,
turned the diesel pump on for a customer, who pumped Administrative Captain Derrick Woods reported. Dotson
Driving on a suspended license gas and then left without paying for the fuel, Patrolman allegedly stated he was with two males who burglarized
(3rd offense) Amy Elswick reported. The fuel is valued at $103.50, the Cocke County Clerk’s Ofﬁce on Wednesday, July
Short Marc, 42, of 465 Ponder Way, in Newport, was the report stated. 20, Woods reported. There was damage to a window
arrested Monday, July 25, and charged with driving on a and sliding door. Bryan Benjamin Thompson, 25, of 116
suspended license (3rd offense) and violation of the light Vandalism Lower Bogard Road, in Newport, was also arrested and
law, Patrolman Donald Coakley reported. Wendy Haney, 37, of Lennon Circle, in Newport, said charged with burglary. Thompson also allegedly stated
she left her apartment at 5 p.m. on Friday, July 22. She he busted the window out of the Clerk’s Ofﬁce, accord-
Violation of probation told Capt. Ronnie Landers that when she returned to her ing to Woods’ report.
Marsha G. Shelton, 28, of 114 First St., in Newport, residence at 10:30 p.m., she found someone had pulled
was arrested Monday, July 25, and charged with viola- the front storm door open, damaging the door latch and Violation of probation
tion of probation out of Sevier County, Patrolman Travis door shock. Damage is valued at $50, Landers reported. Amanda Kay Tincher, 32, of 4350 Cosby Highway,
Gorrell reported. was arrested Monday, July 25, and charged with viola-
Theft under $500 tion of probation, ofﬁcer Casey Reed reported. Tincher
Public intoxication Gerae Van Dyke, 21, of Ocoee Street, in Newport, allegedly came to the Cocke County Annex to see if she
Ponciano Ramirez, 43, address unknown, was ob- said that between 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20, had a warrant. A check into that revealed she had a vio-
served walking east on Broadway, at 6:45 p.m., on Satur- and 7 a.m. on the following day, when she woke up, she lation of probation out of Sessions Court, so she was ar-
day, July 23, according to a report by Patrolman William found missing from her 1995 Nissan SUV the following: rested and booked into jail, Reed reported.
Garber. Ramirez was allegedly unsteady on his feet and $5 in loose change, a yellow Prada purse ($100 value),
could not speak any English. makeup ($25), three WIC vouchers ($30 total), and two Violation of probation
lighters ($50 total), Patrolman Matthew Elliott reported. Brad Grooms, 22, no address given, was arrested
Driving on a revoked license The total value of stolen items is $210. Vincent Lane, Wednesday, July 20, and charged with violation of proba-
Spence E. Grooms, 21, of 532 Jones Circle, in New- 22, of the same address, said the thief stole his Straight tion, ofﬁcer Casey Reed reported. Grooms allegedly went
port, was arrested Friday, July 22, and charged with Talk cellphone worth $80, as well. to the Cocke County Jail Annex to turn himself in.
driving on a revoked license, Patrolman Travis Gorrell
reported. Theft under $500/alleged fraudulent Violation of probation
use of a credit card. Darrick Allen Dunn, 34, no address given, was ar-
Public intoxication and disorderly Sheila Vasquez, 23, of Morristown, said on Friday, rested Wednesday, July 20, as well, when he went to
conduct July 22, that on July 8, after eating at La Caretta Mexi- the Cocke County Jail Annex to turn himself in, ofﬁcer
Junior Jenkins, 52, of Main Street, in Newport, was can Restaurant on the Cosby Highway, she left her wallet Casey Reed reported.
arrested Friday, July 22, and charged with public intoxi- on the register counter by mistake. She said she realized
cation and disorderly conduct, Patrolman William Gar- the loss, returned ﬁve to seven minutes later and the Theft over $500
ber reported. wallet was gone. She also told Patrolman Joshua Veridal Charles Timothy Love, 50, of 856 Fairview St., in
that on later dates, July 9 and July 10, someone accessed Newport, was arrested Monday, July 18, and charged
Failure to appear her bank account and withdrew money illegally: $25 at with theft over $500, Det. Bryan Murr reported. Love
Kenneth D. Carver, 18, of 1465 Highway 340 North, Aplebee’s, and $13.17 at Papa John’s Restaurant. The was charged in connection with the theft of a chainsaw
in Parrottsville, was arrested Saturday, July 23, and total loss of money and items is $104.17, she said. The owned by Bill Loveday. The saw was located at a local
charged with failure to appear, Patrolman Joshua Veridal wallet allegedly had a military ID and three Dollywood pawn shop and brought in by the defendant. The chain-
reported. passes worth $45 in it, plus other cards and ID’s, Veridal saw is valued by the victim at $585, the report stated.
Criminal trespass AWOL charged
Joseph J. Pierce, 44, of 127 Melton Road, in Newport, Theft under $500/theft of license plate Joseph Hill, 24, no address given, went to the Cocke
was arrested Sunday, July 24, and charged with criminal On Sunday, July 24, Diane Buckner, 43, of Tanasi County Sheriff’s Ofﬁce on Monday, July 25, to turn him-
trespass, Patrolman Allen Stump reported. Drive, in Newport, said someone stole the license plate self in for a warrant taken out on him because he was
off her 2007 Kia Sorrento on Saturday, July 23, Patrol- allegedly absent without leave from the Commander of
Possession of Schedule 6 man David Clevenger reported. The license plate is val- Troop K 3/278. Hill allegedly failed to report for troop
Christopher Dunnam, 19, of 357 Caney Creek Road, ued at $24. movement to Camp Shelby, in Miss., Lt. Daniel Conard
in Cosby, was arrested Saturday, July 23, and charged reported.
with possession of Schedule 6 and the ﬁnancial responsi- Burglary of a vehicle
bility law, Sgt. Ricky Parton reported. Kenneth Barnes, 50, of Sequoyah Drive, in Newport, Fraud suspected
said $15 was taken from his 2006 Frod around Thursday, Dolores Horn, 74, of Harvest Street, in Newport, stat-
Public intoxication, disorderly conduct, July 21, at 4:30 a.m. The next-door neighbor allegedly ed on Monday, July 25, that on July 13 she had an alarm
resisting stop, frisk, or halt saw the offender inside Barnes’ vehicle before walking system installed in her residence. She said she became
Timothy M. McDonald, 45, of Marietta, Ga., was ar- over to the neighbor’s yard and getting into his vehicle. suspicious of the installer and called the company, Secu-
rested Saturday, July 23, and charged with public intoxi- Barnes told Sgt. Jason Smith he forgot to lock his vehicle rity Network, who told her no one by the man’s name
cation, resisting stop, frisk, or halt and disorderly con- before going to bed. worked for them, Sgt. David Crum reported.
duct, Patrolman Travis Gorrell reported
Theft under $500 Domestic assault (two counts)
Public intoxication Adit Patel said a white male, ages 30-35, wearing a Timothy Steven Profﬁtt, 20, of 150 Giles Road, in
Victor Estrada, 42, of 4 Star Auto Apartments #2, at black hat and white shirt, came into the Shell gas station Cosby, was arrested Tuesday, July 19, and charged with
427 Cosby Highway, in Newport, was arrested Sunday, at 839 Cosby Highway, in Newport, on Saturday, July domestic assault (two counts), Deputy Sheriff Jason Oury
July 24, and charged with public intoxication, Patrolman 23, at 4:10 p.m. and stole approximately ﬁve individual reported.
Amy Elswick reported. packs of Goody’s Powder without paying for them. Patel
said he confronted the man, but he refused to return the Aggravated burglary
Public intoxication Goody Powders and left in an older model vehicle. The Michael D. Allen, 25, of 3525 Cosby Highway, in
David Turner, 39, of 250 Irish Cutt Road, in Newport, Powder is valued at $9.95, Patrolman David Clevenger Cosby, was arrested Tuesday, July 19, and charged with
was arrested Monday, July 25, and charged with public reported. aggravated burglary, Det. David Parton reported.
intoxication, Patrolman William Garber reported.
Burglary, theft over $1,000
Justin Balch, an employee of Royce Corporation at 234
SHERIFF’S REPORTS Singlewide mobile home a
West Broadway, in Newport, said sometime between Fri-
day, July 22 and Monday, July 25, someone cut and stole
11 25-foot long copper wires that ran from a breaker box
Violation of probation
Jessica Hance, 20, of 316 Town Road, in Newport, total loss in ﬁre this morning
inside a rear loading bay, to a utility pole located outside. was arrested Friday, July 22, and charged with violation By NELSON MORAIS
The total of 275 feet of copper wire stolen is valued at of probation, Lt. C.J. Ball reported. NPT Staff Reporter
$6,050, Patrolman Justin Vinson reported.
Public intoxication newPort—Crissy Campbell, 30, said she returned
Assault alleged Samuel Lee Partin, 47, of Rogersville, was arrested to her two-bedroom singlewide mobile home at 1035
William Jerrod Dockery, 22, of Cottage Way, in Par- Sunday, July 24, and charged with public intoxication, Chicken Hollow Road, in Newport, at 3 a.m. today and
rottsville, said an acquaintance physically assaulted him Lt. Ricky Holt reported. found it had burned to the ground and was a total loss.
on Saturday, July 23, at 6 p.m., on Bicentennial Way near Lt. Richard Caldwell reported that Campbell had been
Freeman Avenue, Patrolman Joshua Veridal reported. Criminal trespassing working and gone for 24 hours prior to the ﬁre.
Jerome K. English, 49, who reported his address as Allegedly, no one saw the ﬁre or called 911 about it,
Theft of medication homeless, was arrested Sunday, July 24, and charged the report stated.
June Trammel, 52, of Jones Cove Road, in Cosby, said with criminal trespassing, Sgt. Brian Holt reported. The value of the mobile home was not known at the
that when she went to reﬁll her medication at Jabo’s time of Caldwell’s report.
Pharmacy, on Tuesday, July 19, someone else had already DUI (1st offense), speeding,
picked up the medication, allegedly without Trammel’s and running a red light
permission, Patrolman Robby McMahan reported. Marvin Arvis Keys, 70, of Highway 25E, in Newport,
was arrested Sunday, July 24, and charged with DUI (1st
Theft over $1,000/burglary offense), speeding, and trafﬁc control device (running a
Toby Ford, 67, of Moore Street, in Newport, said on red light), Sgt. Steve Johnson reported.
Arthur Francisco, 36, of Fish Farms, in Pleasant Grove,
was arrested Monday, July 18, and charged with public
intoxication, Deputy Sheriff Danny Hartsell reported.
DUI (1st offense)
Patricia Dawn Cutshaw, 41, of 1855 Old Asheville
Highway, in Greeneville, was arrested Monday, July 4,
and charged with DUI (ﬁrst offense), Deputy Sheriff Dan-
ny Hartsell reported.
Driving on a revoked license
Glen Matthew Chapman, 48, of 5198 Jones Cove
Road, was arrested Monday, July 25, and charged with
driving on a revoked license (second offense), Lt. Daniel