Crime Problem in Sevier County

Crime Problem in Sevier County

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Attorney

Powell, TN

#1 Mar 20, 2009
"WARNING"******** "WARNING**********"W ARNING"
This is just the arrest for ONE SINGLE DAY in Sevier County TN.....Are you sure you want to bring your family here this summer on vacation.
Arrests 3-18-09
Mar 20,2009
Part 1

Editor's Note: The following information was taken from the intake reports at the Sevier County Jail. All people listed within this report are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
John Joseph Abruzzo, 30, of Morristown, arrested March 17 for violation of probation. He was released.
Cynthia Darlene Atchley, 29, of 1630 Wilma Way, Sevierville, was arrested March 18 on a misdemeanor warrant. She was being held.
Anthony James Badder, 40, of 1303 Parkway View, Sevierville, was charged March 17 with driving without a license and traffic violations. He was released.
David Eugene Boatwright, 22, of Knoxville was charged March 17 on a misdemeanor warrant from the sheriff's office. He was being held.
Derek Breeden, 24, of Cosby was charged March 17 with domestic violence assault and was being held.
Phillip Lee Buchannon, 34, of Oak Ridge was charged March 17 with DUI and was being held.
Dwight Eugene Chandler, 21, of 1091 Cedar Springs Valley Road, Sevierville, was charged March 18 with assault and was being held.
Matthew Daniel Clark, 23, of 2752 West A.J. Highway, Strawberry Plains, was charged March 17 with aggravated burglary ad was being held.
Keith W. Chapman, 41, of Knoxville, was charged March 16 on a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held.
David Mark Crass, 41, of 823 Crestview Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 16 with driving on a suspended license and possession of a schedule VI substance. He was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Loretta Lynn Crass, 28, of 832 Crest View Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 16 with possession of a schedule VI substance. Shew as being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Adam David Crum, 36, of 917 Dora St., Seymour, was charged March 17 with DUI and was being held.
David Chandler Cushman, 39, of Cosby was charged March 17 with violation of probation and was being held.
Sarah Jane Duran, 51, of 1805 Valentine Branch Road in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with four counts of worthless checks. She was released on $250 bond.
Dakota Lee Fann, 22, of 333 Piney Road, Kodak, was charged March 17 with contempt of court and was being held.
Derek D. Frye, 21, of 825 Willowbrook Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 17 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held.
David Josh Gray, 38, of Afton, Tenn., was charged March 16 with driving while revoked and traffic violations. He was being held in lieu of $2,500 bond.
Gregory Lee Gray, 50, of 441 Timberline Drive in Seymour, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. He was released on $2,500 bond.
Billy Van Johnson, 43, of 915 Cedar Springs Valley Road, Sevierville, was charged March 19 with domestic violence assault and was being held.
Tabitha Tenille Johnson, 29, of Kingston, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. She was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Lori Kelsay, 39, of 3053 Ridge Top Resort Way in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 16 with child endangerment and simple possession. She was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Robert Kelsay, 38, of 3053 Ridge Top Resort Way in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 16 with child endangerment, simple possession and possession of a schedule IV substance. He was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Kevin S. Klein, 46, of 800 East Gate Homes in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with worthless checks. He was released.
Sandra Kaye Kornhauser, 46, of 1448 Flatwood Road #4 in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with general theft. He was being held in lieu of $7,500 bond.
Attorney

Powell, TN

#2 Mar 20, 2009
Part 2

Jeremy Lynn Lewis, 26, of 1309 Blue Grass Road, Sevierville, was charged March 18 with driving on a suspended license and violation of an order of protection and was being held.
Rgonda Lynne Lockhart, 37, of 1917 River Meadows Drive, Sevierville, was charged March 18 with theft of property and was released on $1,500 bond.
Jennifer Nicole McMahan, 18, of 3645 Lillie Blvd. in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. She was being held.
Christy Lee Myers, 37, of Whitesburg, Tenn., was charged March 16 with accessory after the fact. She was released on $7,500 bond.
Derek Shayne Nash, 21, of 3002 Toms Way in Kodak, was charged March 15 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held.
Wilda Nerissa Parker, 43, of 22265 Parkway, Pigeon Forge was arrested March 18 on a misdemeanor warrant and was being held.
Sylvia Kay Petit, 38, of 838 Holbert Lane in Kodak, was charged March 16 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. She was released.
Daniel Wayne Pippin, 23, of Knoxville, was charged March 14 with violation of probation. He was being held.
David P. Price, 58, of 5305 Pittman Center Road in Sevierville, was charged March 17 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held in lieu of $120.25 bond.
Amanda Lynn Ramsey, 30, of 3663 Jones Cove Road in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with violation of probation. She was being held.
Thomas Jonathan Riddle, 50, of 514 Chandler Drive, Seymour, was charged March 17 with eight counts of forgery and was being held.
Timothy Allen Roberts, 46, of 1731 Norlil Road, Sevierville, was charged March 18 with domestic violence assault and was being held.
Ernest Randy Romine, 54, of 1256 Sandy Bottom Circle in Sevierville, was charged March 13 with a fourth count of DUI and reckless endangerment. He was being held.
Walter W. Russell, 24, of Morristown, was charged March 16 with theft of property $1,000 to $10,000 and criminal trespass. He was being held in lieu of $1,500 bond.
Tina Mariam Scourtas, 28, of Strawberry Plains was charged March 17 with DUI and was released.
Gary Lee Seabolt, 37, of 355 Tittsworth Springs Road No. 30, Seymour, was charged March 18 with resisting arrest and was being held.
Ricky Lynn Shultz, 25, of 610 Reagan Hollow Road in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 15 with domestic violence assault. He was being held in lieu of $2,500 bond.
Tonya Jo Stringer, 27, of 429 Johnson Road in Kodak, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. She was released on $2,500 bond.
Joe Charles Tillett, 51, of 832 Crest View Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 16 with violation of a valid court order and possession of a schedule VI substance. He was being held in lieu of $75,000 bond.
Tracy Lynn Tullock, 39, of 1439 Gladys Breeden Circle in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with violation of probation. He was released.
Jonathan Tylor Underwood, 21, of 520 Bent Road in Kodak, was charged March 15 with violation of probation. He was released.
Jeffery Ray Walker, 43, of 210 Conner Heights Road in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 14 with theft of property. He was being held.
Brandi Jean Whitten, 30, of 4046 Pearl Valley in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with theft of property. She was released on $1,000 bond.
Joy Faye Williams, 33, of 3302 Willow Tree Road in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with general theft. She was released.
Charles Logan Willis, 18, of 549 Wichert Lane in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with simple possession. He was released on $1,000 bond.
Bradley Ziglar, 25, of 429 Johnson Road in Kodak, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. He was released on $2,500 bond.
Attorney

Powell, TN

#3 Mar 20, 2009
Part 3
Arrests 3-18-09
Mar 19,2009
Editor's Note: The following information was taken from the intake reports at the Sevier County Jail. All people listed within this report are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
Jennifer Nicole McMahan, 18, of 3645 Lillie Blvd. in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. She was being held.
Christy Lee Myers, 37, of Whitesburg, Tenn., was charged March 16 with accessory after the fact. She was released on $7,500 bond.
Derek Shayne Nash, 21, of 3002 Toms Way in Kodak, was charged March 15 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held.
Daniel Wayne Pippin, 23, of Knoxville, was charged March 14 with violation of probation. He was being held.
Amanda Lynn Ramsey, 30, of 3663 Jones Cove Road in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with violation of probation. She was being held.
Ernest Randy Romine, 54, of 1256 Sandy Bottom Circle in Sevierville, was charged March 13 with a fourth count of DUI and reckless endangerment. He was being held.
Walter W. Russell, 24, of Morristown, was charged March 16 with theft of property $1,000 to $10,000 and criminal trespass. He was being held in lieu of $1,500 bond.
Ricky Lynn Shultz, 25, of 610 Reagan Hollow Road in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 15 with domestic violence assault. He was being held in lieu of $2,500 bond.
Tracy Lynn Tullock, 39, of 1439 Gladys Breeden Circle in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with violation of probation. He was released.
Jonathan Tylor Underwood, 21, of 520 Bent Road in Kodak, was charged March 15 with violation of probatoin. He was released.
Jeffery Ray Walker, 43, of 210 Conner Heights Road in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 14 with theft of property. He was being held.
Brandi Jean Whitten, 30, of 4046 Pearl Valley in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with theft of property. She was released on $1,000 bond.
Joy Faye Williams, 33, of 3302 Willow Tree Road in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with general theft. She was released.
Charles Logan Willis, 18, of 549 Wichert Lane in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with simple possession. He was relesaed on $1,000 bond.
Keith W. Chapman, 41, of Knoxville, was charged March 16 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held.
David Mark Crass, 41, of 823 Crestview Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 16 with driving on a suspended license and possession of a schedule VI substance. He was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Attorney

Powell, TN

#4 Mar 20, 2009
Part 4

Loretta Lynn Crass, 28, of 832 Crest View Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged march 16 with possession of a schedule VI substance. Shew as being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Sarah Jane Duran, 51, of 1805 Valentine Branch Road in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with four counts of worthless checks. She was released on $250 bond.
Derek D. Frye, 21, of 825 Willowbrook Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 17 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held.
David Josh Gray, 38, of Afton, Tenn., was charged March 16 with driving while revoked and traffic violations. He was being held in lieu of $2,500 bond.
Gregory Lee Gray, 50, of 441 Timberline Drive in Seymour, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. He was released on $2,500 bond.
Tabitha Tenille Johnson, 29, of Kingston, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. She was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Lori Kelsay, 39, of 3053 Ridge Top Resport Way in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 16 with child endangerment and simple possession. She was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Robert Kelsay, 38, of 3053 Ridge Top Resort Way in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 16 with child endangerment, simple possession and possession of a schedule IV substance. He was being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
Kevin S. Klein, 46, of 800 East Gate Homes in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with worthless checks. He was relesaed.
Sandra Kaye Kornhauser, 46, of 1448 Flatwood Road #4 in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with general theft. He was being held in lieu of $7,500 bond.
Christy Lee Myers, 37, of Whitesburg, Tenn., was charged March 16 with accessory after the fact. She was released on $7,500 bond.
Sylvia Kay Petit, 38, of 838 Holbert Lane in Kodak, was charged March 16 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. She was released.
David P. Price, 58, of 5305 Pittman Center Road in Sevierville, was charged March 17 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held in lieu of $120.25 bond.
Walter W. Russell, 24, of Morristown, was charged March 16 with theft of property worth $1,000 to $10,000 and criminal trespass. He was released on $25,000 bond.
Tonya Jo Stringer, 27, of 429 Johnson Road in Kodak, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. She was released on $2,500 bond.
Joe Charles Tillett, 51, of 832 Crest View Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 16 with violation of a valid court order and possession of a schedule VI substance. He was being held in lieu of $75,000 bond.
Bradley Ziglar, 25, of 429 Johnson Road in Kodak, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. He was released on $2,500 bond.
Attorney

Powell, TN

#5 Mar 20, 2009
Part 5

31 people arrested in Sevier Co. undercover drug operation

Posted: March 19, 2009 10:35 AM
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SEVIERVILLE (WATE)-- A seven month investigation called Operation No Refills lead to the arrests of 31 people in Sevier County Wednesday.

The main focus of the operation was prescription medication.

Some of the prescriptions sold were for: oxycodone, oxycontin, morphine, hydrocodone in varying strengths, diazepam, valium and clonazepam.

Other drugs that were confiscated included: marijuana, cocaine heroin and methamphetamine.

Undercover officers and confidential sources bought small quantities or whole bottles of the prescriptions from homes, on the streets and in the parking lots of pharmacies and doctors' offices.

Investigators found the suspects are a vast network of people who sell to each other and know the dates of doctor's office visits.

The suspects would fake health issues to get the prescriptions, which they resold for much higher profits.

A typical oxycodone prescription costs the customer roughly $7.00 to $10.00 when filled by Medicaid. Those pills can make a $250 to $1,500 profit when sold individually, the sheriff's office says.

Operation No Refills is the third of its kind by the Sevier County Sheriff's Office in the last 18 months.

Nearly 150 more people not named in the arrest warrants were identified as suspected abusers or distributors.

The Tennessee Meth Task Force and the Fourth District Attorney General's Office helped the sheriff's office with the operation.

And a couple of hundred yet to catch!
Attorney

Powell, TN

#6 Mar 20, 2009
And these are the ones that got caught by the limited resources of the Sevier County Sheriffs Department. Can you imagine if the department was PROPERLY funded by the cheap Stupid Phony Baptist Bastards that live in county and pay peanuts for taxes.

Seals is working miracles with the money he gets to run a department!
Dwiddle Dee

United States

#7 Mar 21, 2009
If the criminals in Seals department were indicted it would take most of the crime off the streets. Hossie loves you Michlea
Gobbeldegook

Trenton, SC

#8 Mar 21, 2009
Dwiddle Dee wrote:
If the criminals in Seals department were indicted it would take most of the crime off the streets. Hossie loves you Michlea
The citizens even have a running joke going about the "Criminals with Badges" undercover operation that is ongoing in Sevier County. This sheriffs department is a complete disgrace to the taxpayers and a total sham as far as getting drugs off the streets. Our sheriff's department is only protecting its turf and controling the supply side of any drugs that they don't control. They collect the drugs, limit the supply that they don't control and then they get to sell (or use)the drugs and the weapons confiscated. Has there ever been a fair accounting (or audit) of any such weapon sales by the department? NO. And the same judge signs all those weapon sale orders? Curious indeed! It is little more than Organized Crime except these are your local public officials. Operation "Criminals with Badges" continues under Sheriff Seals and DA Jimmie Dunn's watchfull eyes. There is just too much money involved.
Attorney

Powell, TN

#9 Mar 21, 2009
The God Damned, Stupid, Phony, Baptist Bastards, of Sevier County still think they are Goody Two Shoes. Everybody knows that they are God Damn Drunks, Whore Mongers, Drug Addicts, Child Molesters and Queers! But no one is supposed to know that so the rednecks will come to Dolly Pig land and spend their money so it is a secret!
Chub

Trenton, SC

#10 Mar 21, 2009
Attorney wrote:
And these are the ones that got caught by the limited resources of the Sevier County Sheriffs Department. Can you imagine if the department was PROPERLY funded by the cheap Stupid Phony Baptist Bastards that live in county and pay peanuts for taxes.
Seals is working miracles with the money he gets to run a department!
We can only assume that this post refering to the "Limited Resources" of the sheriffs department was refering to the collective IQ of the detectives and the staff.
Outlaw

Tazewell, TN

#11 Mar 27, 2011
I was listed in this post as a criminal. When in fact I was arrested as a result of someone breaking into my home in the middle of the night. I had no weapon and no idea what was going on. I climbed out a window and left my home in my car. It turns out, in fact, that it was the Sevier Co. Sherriffs Dept. serving a cival summons. My ex had given them keys to the door and they entered the house unannounced, only to pursue, and arrest me for 'resisting arrest', because I left the home; as they said; to avoid service. When I was actually fleeing what I thought was an intruder in my home. The arresting officer later testified and lied under oath that they knocked on the door and announced their presence, when in actuality they did not. Of course I was convicted and sentenced to community service because a citizen's word is worthless when compared to an officers. Had they actually knocked on the door and announced themselves as serving a cival summons I would have had no reason to flee in the first place. But this goes to show there is always more than meets the eye in any situation. Attorney should check his information before running his filthy mouth about things he knows nothing about. But that seems to be the way of the Attorneys of the world doesn't it? Always pointing their finger at other people when they are just as guilty as everyone else.
Stan Voit

Kodak, TN

#12 Mar 27, 2011
Outlaw wrote:
I was listed in this post as a criminal. When in fact I was arrested as a result of someone breaking into my home in the middle of the night. I had no weapon and no idea what was going on. I climbed out a window and left my home in my car. It turns out, in fact, that it was the Sevier Co. Sherriffs Dept. serving a cival summons. My ex had given them keys to the door and they entered the house unannounced, only to pursue, and arrest me for 'resisting arrest', because I left the home; as they said; to avoid service. When I was actually fleeing what I thought was an intruder in my home. The arresting officer later testified and lied under oath that they knocked on the door and announced their presence, when in actuality they did not. Of course I was convicted and sentenced to community service because a citizen's word is worthless when compared to an officers. Had they actually knocked on the door and announced themselves as serving a cival summons I would have had no reason to flee in the first place. But this goes to show there is always more than meets the eye in any situation. Attorney should check his information before running his filthy mouth about things he knows nothing about. But that seems to be the way of the Attorneys of the world doesn't it? Always pointing their finger at other people when they are just as guilty as everyone else.
There is only two things you Filthy God Damned Baptists know how to do well, drink and Fck each others wives and children.
real man

Kodak, TN

#13 Nov 30, 2011
Part 2

Jeremy Lynn Lewis, 26, of 1309 Blue Grass Road, Sevierville, was charged March 18 with driving on a suspended license and violation of an order of protection and was being held.
Rgonda Lynne Lockhart, 37, of 1917 River Meadows Drive, Sevierville, was charged March 18 with theft of property and was released on $1,500 bond.
Jennifer Nicole McMahan, 18, of 3645 Lillie Blvd. in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with a warrant from general sessions court theft of property $1,000 to $10,000 and criminal trespass and two counts solicitation for prostitution from general sessions court. She was being held.
Christy Lee Myers, 37, of Whitesburg, Tenn., was charged March 16 with accessory after the fact. She was released on $7,500 bond.
Derek Shayne Nash, 21, of 3002 Toms Way in Kodak, was charged March 15 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held.
Wilda Nerissa Parker, 43, of 22265 Parkway, Pigeon Forge was arrested March 18 on a misdemeanor warrant and was being held.
Sylvia Kay Petit, 38, of 838 Holbert Lane in Kodak, was charged March 16 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. She was released.
Daniel Wayne Pippin, 23, of Knoxville, was charged March 14 with violation of probation. He was being held.
David P. Price, 58, of 5305 Pittman Center Road in Sevierville, was charged March 17 with a misdemeanor warrant from general sessions court. He was being held in lieu of $120.25 bond.
Amanda Lynn Ramsey, 30, of 3663 Jones Cove Road in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with violation of probation. She was being held.
Thomas Jonathan Riddle, 50, of 514 Chandler Drive, Seymour, was charged March 17 with eight counts of forgery and was being held.
Timothy Allen Roberts, 46, of 1731 Norlil Road, Sevierville, was charged March 18 with domestic violence assault and was being held.
Ernest Randy Romine, 54, of 1256 Sandy Bottom Circle in Sevierville, was charged March 13 with a fourth count of DUI and reckless endangerment. He was being held.
Walter W. Russell, 24, of Morristown, was charged March 16 with theft of property $1,000 to $10,000 and criminal trespass. He was being held in lieu of $1,500 bond.
Tina Mariam Scourtas, 28, of Strawberry Plains was charged March 17 with DUI and was released.
Gary Lee Seabolt, 37, of 355 Tittsworth Springs Road No. 30, Seymour, was charged March 18 with resisting arrest and was being held.
Ricky Lynn Shultz, 25, of 610 Reagan Hollow Road in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 15 with domestic violence assault. He was being held in lieu of $2,500 bond.
Tonya Jo Stringer, 27, of 429 Johnson Road in Kodak, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. She was released on $2,500 bond.
Joe Charles Tillett, 51, of 832 Crest View Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged March 16 with violation of a valid court order and possession of a schedule VI substance. He was being held in lieu of $75,000 bond.
Tracy Lynn Tullock, 39, of 1439 Gladys Breeden Circle in Sevierville, was charged March 16 with violation of probation. He was released.
Jonathan Tylor Underwood, 21, of 520 Bent Road in Kodak, was charged March 15 with violation of probation. He was released.
Jeffery Ray Walker, 43, of 210 Conner Heights Road in Pigeon Forge, was charged March 14 with theft of property. He was being held.
Brandi Jean Whitten, 30, of 4046 Pearl Valley in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with theft of property. She was released on $1,000 bond.
Joy Faye Williams, 33, of 3302 Willow Tree Road in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with general theft. She was released.
Charles Logan Willis, 18, of 549 Wichert Lane in Sevierville, was charged March 15 with simple possession. He was released on $1,000 bond.
Bradley Ziglar, 25, of 429 Johnson Road in Kodak, was charged March 16 with domestic violence assault. He was released on $2,500 bond.
real man

Kodak, TN

#14 Dec 1, 2011
Joe Charles Tillett, 51, of 832 Crest View Drive in Gatlinburg, was charged with violation of a valid court order and possession of a schedule VI substance. He was being held in lieu of $75,000 bond.
Tracy Lynn Tullock, 39, of 1439 Gladys Breeden Circle in Sevierville, was charged with violation of probation. He was released.
Jonathan Tylor Underwood, 21, of 520 Bent Road in Kodak, was charged with violation of probation. He was released.
Jeffery Ray Walker, 43, of 210 Conner Heights Road in Pigeon Forge, was charged with theft of property. He was being held.
Brandi Jean Whitten, 30, of 4046 Pearl Valley in Sevierville, was charged with theft of property. She was released on $1,000 bond.
Joy Faye Williams, 33, of 3302 Willow Tree Road in Sevierville, was charged with general theft. She was released
Jennifer Nicole McMahan, 20, of 3645 Lillie Blvd. in Sevierville, was charged with a warrant from general possession of schedule II drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia

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