December 31st Crime Beat?

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How can someone access the Crime Beat from past dates without having to pay the $6 a day archive access fee that the Citizen Tribune wants? I am looking for a specific arrest, and I can't find it.
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Just Me wrote:
How can someone access the Crime Beat from past dates without having to pay the $6 a day archive access fee that the Citizen Tribune wants? I am looking for a specific arrest, and I can't find it.
The public library.
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Just Me wrote:
How can someone access the Crime Beat from past dates without having to pay the $6 a day archive access fee that the Citizen Tribune wants? I am looking for a specific arrest, and I can't find it.
Go buy the Citizen Tribune and ask them if they have a copy of the paper for that day. I have done that before.

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Jan 5, 2009
 
Just Me wrote:
How can someone access the Crime Beat from past dates without having to pay the $6 a day archive access fee that the Citizen Tribune wants? I am looking for a specific arrest, and I can't find it.
There was no Crimebeat section printed in the December 31st edition of the paper.
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WHAT ABOUT DR.CHAVIN'S WIFE.
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Jan 5, 2009
 
FROM THE 30TH:

HAMBLEN COUNTY
The manager of EZ Rentals on West Andrew Johnson Highway, Robert Painter Jr., told police the store was burglarized over the weekend. Painter reportedly came into work Monday and immediately saw that all the TVs were missing from the back wall. He then went to the front desk to call police and noticed all the file doors had been opened. Painter told police the manager at the company’s main office told him that his is the third store to be hit this month. He estimates more than $23,000 worth of merchandise was taken during the heist.
Christopher Allen Belcher, 35, Noe Road, Bean Station, was arrested after a Dec. 24 argument with his wife turned physical. Officer Carla Parker reportedly responded to a residence on Talbott Road, where Belcher’s wife claimed her husband struck her in the shoulder, chest and back of the head. There were reportedly red marks on the woman’s shoulder and chest, but Belcher had left before Parker arrived, according to a warrant.There were also two small children in the home during the alleged assault, a warrant states. Belcher was later arrested and charged with domestic assault and reckless endangerment of a child.
Brandi Witt of Chestnut Avenue told police that when she returned home from work Monday night, she saw a woman coming out of her home. Once inside her home, Witt reportedly found a debit card belonging to Richelle Britt, 18, on her couch. When another resident of the home, Paul Harris, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment watching TV with his daughter, came home, he noticed that several prescription pills and $4,650 he kept stashed in the couch was missing. When officer Terry Sexton arrived, he reportedly questioned Britt, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment. She denied having the drugs or money, but after emptying her pockets, Britt reportedly shook out her shirt and an Ambien pill fell out. Sexton also reportedly saw her attempting to hide something in the couch where she was sitting. Sexton recovered two additional Ambien pills and charged Britt with possession of Schedule IV drugs.
Timothy Eldridge of Holston Valley Road reportedly a Kenwood handset radio and four CDs stolen from his vehicle. The vehicle was reportedly left unlocked and parked in Eldridge’s driveway. The radio belonged to his employer. Eldridge estimates the total loss at $1,040.
Another suspect has been charged in the alleged strong-armed robbery of Michael Crowe of Fernwood Church Road. Crowe told police he was walking on South Jackson Street earlier this month when three individuals attacked him from behind and stole his wallet. Scottie Lee Lemka, 20, Lon Circle, is the fourth person to be charged in connection with the incident. He faces charges of robbery and assault. Lemka was arrested last week on charges of burglary, theft over $1,000 and vandalism over $500 in connection with a recent break-in at The Old Store on South Jackson Street.
A representative of Alpha Baptist Church told police an outbuilding on the church property was broken into recently. A variety of power tools, lawn equipment and a 6X8 trailer, valued at nearly $10,000, were reportedly taken from the building.
Randy Davidson of Morristown Towing told police he arrived at work Sunday evening and found several parts to a ’67 Chevy Camaro missing. Davidson named a possible suspect and estimates the total loss at $600.
The following charges are on file at the sheriff’s department: Tony L. Ivy Jr., 20, Nolen Loop Road, Jefferson City, driving on a suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia and three counts of reckless endangerment. Jessica N. Lawson, 22, Thompson Creek Road, violation of probation and theft under $500. Matthew Embry, 24, Helton Lane, violation of probation. Monty Ann Newlin, 24, Jaybird Street, Newport, violation of probation. Larry Brian Shelton II, 20, St. Clair Road, Bulls Gap, violation of probation.
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FROM THE 30TH:

HAMBLEN COUNTY
The manager of EZ Rentals on West Andrew Johnson Highway, Robert Painter Jr., told police the store was burglarized over the weekend. Painter reportedly came into work Monday and immediately saw that all the TVs were missing from the back wall. He then went to the front desk to call police and noticed all the file doors had been opened. Painter told police the manager at the company’s main office told him that his is the third store to be hit this month. He estimates more than $23,000 worth of merchandise was taken during the heist.
Christopher Allen Belcher, 35, Noe Road, Bean Station, was arrested after a Dec. 24 argument with his wife turned physical. Officer Carla Parker reportedly responded to a residence on Talbott Road, where Belcher’s wife claimed her husband struck her in the shoulder, chest and back of the head. There were reportedly red marks on the woman’s shoulder and chest, but Belcher had left before Parker arrived, according to a warrant.There were also two small children in the home during the alleged assault, a warrant states. Belcher was later arrested and charged with domestic assault and reckless endangerment of a child.
Brandi Witt of Chestnut Avenue told police that when she returned home from work Monday night, she saw a woman coming out of her home. Once inside her home, Witt reportedly found a debit card belonging to Richelle Britt, 18, on her couch. When another resident of the home, Paul Harris, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment watching TV with his daughter, came home, he noticed that several prescription pills and $4,650 he kept stashed in the couch was missing. When officer Terry Sexton arrived, he reportedly questioned Britt, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment. She denied having the drugs or money, but after emptying her pockets, Britt reportedly shook out her shirt and an Ambien pill fell out. Sexton also reportedly saw her attempting to hide something in the couch where she was sitting. Sexton recovered two additional Ambien pills and charged Britt with possession of Schedule IV drugs.
Timothy Eldridge of Holston Valley Road reportedly a Kenwood handset radio and four CDs stolen from his vehicle. The vehicle was reportedly left unlocked and parked in Eldridge’s driveway. The radio belonged to his employer. Eldridge estimates the total loss at $1,040.
Another suspect has been charged in the alleged strong-armed robbery of Michael Crowe of Fernwood Church Road. Crowe told police he was walking on South Jackson Street earlier this month when three individuals attacked him from behind and stole his wallet. Scottie Lee Lemka, 20, Lon Circle, is the fourth person to be charged in connection with the incident. He faces charges of robbery and assault. Lemka was arrested last week on charges of burglary, theft over $1,000 and vandalism over $500 in connection with a recent break-in at The Old Store on South Jackson Street.
A representative of Alpha Baptist Church told police an outbuilding on the church property was broken into recently. A variety of power tools, lawn equipment and a 6X8 trailer, valued at nearly $10,000, were reportedly taken from the building.
Randy Davidson of Morristown Towing told police he arrived at work Sunday evening and found several parts to a ’67 Chevy Camaro missing. Davidson named a possible suspect and estimates the total loss at $600.
The following charges are on file at the sheriff’s department: Tony L. Ivy Jr., 20, Nolen Loop Road, Jefferson City, driving on a suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia and three counts of reckless endangerment. Jessica N. Lawson, 22, Thompson Creek Road, violation of probation and theft under $500. Matthew Embry, 24, Helton Lane, violation of probation. Monty Ann Newlin, 24, Jaybird Street, Newport, violation of probation. Larry Brian Shelton II, 20, St. Clair Road, Bulls Gap, violation of probation.
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HAMBLEN COUNTY
The manager of EZ Rentals on West Andrew Johnson Highway, Robert Painter Jr., told police the store was burglarized over the weekend. Painter reportedly came into work Monday and immediately saw that all the TVs were missing from the back wall. He then went to the front desk to call police and noticed all the file doors had been opened. Painter told police the manager at the company’s main office told him that his is the third store to be hit this month. He estimates more than $23,000 worth of merchandise was taken during the heist.
Christopher Allen Belcher, 35, Noe Road, Bean Station, was arrested after a Dec. 24 argument with his wife turned physical. Officer Carla Parker reportedly responded to a residence on Talbott Road, where Belcher’s wife claimed her husband struck her in the shoulder, chest and back of the head. There were reportedly red marks on the woman’s shoulder and chest, but Belcher had left before Parker arrived, according to a warrant.There were also two small children in the home during the alleged assault, a warrant states. Belcher was later arrested and charged with domestic assault and reckless endangerment of a child.
Brandi Witt of Chestnut Avenue told police that when she returned home from work Monday night, she saw a woman coming out of her home. Once inside her home, Witt reportedly found a debit card belonging to Richelle Britt, 18, on her couch. When another resident of the home, Paul Harris, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment watching TV with his daughter, came home, he noticed that several prescription pills and $4,650 he kept stashed in the couch was missing. When officer Terry Sexton arrived, he reportedly questioned Britt, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment. She denied having the drugs or money, but after emptying her pockets, Britt reportedly shook out her shirt and an Ambien pill fell out. Sexton also reportedly saw her attempting to hide something in the couch where she was sitting. Sexton recovered two additional Ambien pills and charged Britt with possession of Schedule IV drugs.
Timothy Eldridge of Holston Valley Road reportedly a Kenwood handset radio and four CDs stolen from his vehicle. The vehicle was reportedly left unlocked and parked in Eldridge’s driveway. The radio belonged to his employer. Eldridge estimates the total loss at $1,040.
Another suspect has been charged in the alleged strong-armed robbery of Michael Crowe of Fernwood Church Road. Crowe told police he was walking on South Jackson Street earlier this month when three individuals attacked him from behind and stole his wallet. Scottie Lee Lemka, 20, Lon Circle, is the fourth person to be charged in connection with the incident. He faces charges of robbery and assault. Lemka was arrested last week on charges of burglary, theft over $1,000 and vandalism over $500 in connection with a recent break-in at The Old Store on South Jackson Street.
A representative of Alpha Baptist Church told police an outbuilding on the church property was broken into recently. A variety of power tools, lawn equipment and a 6X8 trailer, valued at nearly $10,000, were reportedly taken from the building.
Randy Davidson of Morristown Towing told police he arrived at work Sunday evening and found several parts to a ’67 Chevy Camaro missing. Davidson named a possible suspect and estimates the total loss at $600.
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The following charges are on file at the sheriff’s department: Tony L. Ivy Jr., 20, Nolen Loop Road, Jefferson City, driving on a suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia and three counts of reckless endangerment. Jessica N. Lawson, 22, Thompson Creek Road, violation of probation and theft under $500. Matthew Embry, 24, Helton Lane, violation of probation. Monty Ann Newlin, 24, Jaybird Street, Newport, violation of probation. Larry Brian Shelton II, 20, St. Clair Road, Bulls Gap, violation of probation.

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Jan 6, 2009
 
JUST WONDERING wrote:
FROM THE 30TH:
HAMBLEN COUNTY
The manager of EZ Rentals on West Andrew Johnson Highway, Robert Painter Jr., told police the store was burglarized over the weekend. Painter reportedly came into work Monday and immediately saw that all the TVs were missing from the back wall. He then went to the front desk to call police and noticed all the file doors had been opened. Painter told police the manager at the company’s main office told him that his is the third store to be hit this month. He estimates more than $23,000 worth of merchandise was taken during the heist.
Christopher Allen Belcher, 35, Noe Road, Bean Station, was arrested after a Dec. 24 argument with his wife turned physical. Officer Carla Parker reportedly responded to a residence on Talbott Road, where Belcher’s wife claimed her husband struck her in the shoulder, chest and back of the head. There were reportedly red marks on the woman’s shoulder and chest, but Belcher had left before Parker arrived, according to a warrant.There were also two small children in the home during the alleged assault, a warrant states. Belcher was later arrested and charged with domestic assault and reckless endangerment of a child.
Brandi Witt of Chestnut Avenue told police that when she returned home from work Monday night, she saw a woman coming out of her home. Once inside her home, Witt reportedly found a debit card belonging to Richelle Britt, 18, on her couch. When another resident of the home, Paul Harris, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment watching TV with his daughter, came home, he noticed that several prescription pills and $4,650 he kept stashed in the couch was missing. When officer Terry Sexton arrived, he reportedly questioned Britt, who was reportedly in the upstairs apartment. She denied having the drugs or money, but after emptying her pockets, Britt reportedly shook out her shirt and an Ambien pill fell out. Sexton also reportedly saw her attempting to hide something in the couch where she was sitting. Sexton recovered two additional Ambien pills and charged Britt with possession of Schedule IV drugs.
Timothy Eldridge of Holston Valley Road reportedly a Kenwood handset radio and four CDs stolen from his vehicle. The vehicle was reportedly left unlocked and parked in Eldridge’s driveway. The radio belonged to his employer. Eldridge estimates the total loss at $1,040.
Another suspect has been charged in the alleged strong-armed robbery of Michael Crowe of Fernwood Church Road. Crowe told police he was walking on South Jackson Street earlier this month when three individuals attacked him from behind and stole his wallet. Scottie Lee Lemka, 20, Lon Circle, is the fourth person to be charged in connection with the incident. He faces charges of robbery and assault. Lemka was arrested last week on charges of burglary, theft over $1,000 and vandalism over $500 in connection with a recent break-in at The Old Store on South Jackson Street.
A representative of Alpha Baptist Church told police an outbuilding on the church property was broken into recently. A variety of power tools, lawn equipment and a 6X8 trailer, valued at nearly $10,000, were reportedly taken from the building.
Randy Davidson of Morristown Towing told police he arrived at work Sunday evening and found several parts to a ’67 Chevy Camaro missing. Davidson named a possible suspect and estimates the total loss at $600.
The following charges are on file at the sheriff’s department: Tony L. Ivy Jr., 20, Nolen Loop Road, Jefferson City, driving on a suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia and three counts of reckless endangerment.
HOLY CRAP!!!!!
How can it be that there is not one Hispanic name listed here?

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they must've all gone home for the holidays. I hear they do that sometimes...probably will bring a few hundred more with them when they return.
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Sorry about the double post. Didn't realize it took the first time. By the way, I did not edit the mexicans out.
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Jan 6, 2009
 
I wonder if the Chris Belcher listed is the same Chris Belcher who was married to Jaclyn Kimbrough for a short time. He was from Bean Station and she has 2 kids. I hope this wasn't her.
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I wonder if the Chris Belcher listed is the same Chris Belcher who was married to Jaclyn Kimbrough for a short time. He was from Bean Station and she has 2 kids. I hope this wasn't her.
She lives on Talbott Road
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Jan 6, 2009
 
It has to be her. So sad that he did something like this to her.
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ALL MEX GO HOME FOR THE MO OF DEC,THEY TAKE ALL THE MONEY THEY MADE HERE AND MAKE MORE LITTLE JUMPING BEANS, THEN COME BACK TO MO TOWN AND GO BACK TO WORK FOR KOCH FOODS AND US FENCE.
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It has to be her. So sad that he did something like this to her.
!?!It's not the 1st time !?! That's what is sad.
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Yes it is sad. Hopefully she is done with him!
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Wow wrote:
Yes it is sad. Hopefully she is done with him!
I agree with you !!! Hit me once shame on you, hit me twice in front of my children shame on me for beating you with a baseball bat until you wish I would have just killed you but I will not spend my life in jail away from my children.
I say that as my own feelings about if I was in her shoes ..... I have always told my husband you might hit me one time but you better never close your eyes around me after and I think he knows that I mean it.
She is too good of a person and too pretty of a woman to put up with that.
She needs to think of her Boys because most people who abuse others will abuse their children too, after they get tired of beating on Mommy and if she fights back they will take out their anger on the little one who can't fight back and that breaks my heart and scares me to death for the children in those situations.
Let's Pray that God will lead her out of this, OK
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Jan 6, 2009
 
My ex husband hit me one time and one time only. I haven't seen nor heard from him in over 10 years and better not! You're 100% right that when they get tired of hitting Mommy they will hit the kids. I can not stand an abuser of any sort!

She is a very good person who seems to have a good head on her shoulders so I hope she has realized she (nor anyone else) deserves that! She has 2 adorable kids who need Mommy to much. It isn't like she couldn't have whomever she wanted.

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