The Beat Goes On
Pile Driver

Kodak, TN

#1 Nov 19, 2008
Presentments
Harold Jason Fife — two counts of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon, driving on a suspended, canceled or revoked license
John S. Franklin — second count of DUI, implied consent
John Duane Graves — DUI
Norbert Lee Hammons — rape of a child
William Newman Johnson — aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000
John Anthony Lethco — driving on a suspended
Peter R. Maples — two counts of aggravated burglary, two counts of theft over $500
Robert Alexander Mason IV — second offense of driving on a revoked license
Angela J. Massey — DUI
Jason G. Masey — DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, violation of financial responsibility law
Michael Parton — two counts of aggravated domestic assault with bodily injury or deadly weapon, vandalism
David M. Reagan — vehicular assault, two counts of reckless aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, DUI
Larry Joe Shultz — DUI
David J. Smith — 14 counts of fraudulent use of credit/debit card less than $500, theft under $500
Beverley Lynn Stiwinter — DUI, pedestrian right of way in crosswalk
Mark Alan Shults — possession of stolen property, possession of Xanax, public intoxication, burglary of motor vehicle, theft under $500, criminal impersonation
Steven Tetzlaff — aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000
Indictments
Randie P. Anderson — criminal impersonation, evading arrest
Christopher R. Ball — aggravated assault
Douglas Shawn Beasley — aggravated sexual battery
Paul A. Brice — two counts of burglary of a motor vehicle
Bobby A. Billings — third count of DUI, implied consent, leaving the scene of an accident, resisting arrest
Corry Blouvet — violation of sexual offender registration
Randall Burchfield — fourth count of DUI, implied consent, child endangerment, evading arrest, fourth count of driving on a revoked
Jacob Eli Campbell — theft over $1,000
Debra Kay Catlett — identity theft, forgery less than $1,000
Tina Closson — theft over $500
James Daniel Cruze II — domestic assault
Cindy Lee Douglas — possession of marijuana in excess of 1/2 ounce, possession of drug paraphernalia
Don J. Dowling Jr. — assault
Timothy Wayne Eisner — possession of oxycodone, public intoxication
Sharon D. Fortner — worthless check under $500
Talmage Rex Garner — habitual motor vehicle offender, financial responsibility law, registration law
George Jerry Gentry — driving on a suspended license, open container law, registration law, financial responsibility
Paul Martin Gilbertson — possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a revoked, open container law, registration law, speeding, financial responsibility
Billy E. Hall Jr. — second count of DUI
Pile Driver

Kodak, TN

#2 Nov 19, 2008
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Chrystal Lynn Hall — felony failure to appear
Kathy Pritt Hays — driving on a suspended license
Becky Sue Henry — vandalism over $500
Jose Hernandez — violation of sexual offender registration
Ronald Luther Johnson — driving on a revoked second or greater
Christopher Kennedy — violation of community supervision
Jackie King — indecent exposure
Timothy Lee King Jr. — evading arrest, two counts of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon, aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000, vandalism $500 to $1,000, assault
Jeffrey W. Latham Jr. — vandalism over $1,000, assault
Kevin David Lovings — vandalism over $1,000
Charles Kenneth Luck — theft over $500, forgery less than $500
James E. McCarter — aggravated domestic assault involving a deadly weapon
Michael P. McGill — criminal simulation
Peter R. Maples — forgery less than $1,000
Brandon James Mason — two counts of driving on suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident, financial responsibility law
Bryan Monear — theft over $500
Harry W. Montgomery — theft over $1,000
Roger Steven Montoya — prohibited weapon
Shanin Marie Moore — theft under $500, resisting arrest
Alisha Renee Morgan — aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000
Mark Anthony Moss — domestic assault bodily injury
Michael Edward Newman — false report, second driving on a suspended license
Shannon Lea O'Conner — DUI
Jackie Eric Ogle — introduction of drugs in to a penal institute, theft under $500, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on revoked
Earl Leo Olson — aggravated domestic assault bodily injury or deadly weapon
Michael Parton — reckless endangerment deadly weapon
Angela Dyke Pates — aggravated child abuse/neglect
Jack Lee Paul — theft over $1,000
Kimberly Reed — theft under $500
Jason Dale Romines — four counts of fraud, use of debit card less than $500, forgery less than $1,000, forgery less than $500
Thomas John Bill Sawyer — evading arrest, reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon, resisting arrest, evading arrest, aggravated burglary, criminal trespass
Justin C. Shults — third count of DUI, implied consent
Michael Van Shultz — domestic assault
Tommy Shytle — no driver's license
Thomas Efton Sloan — disorderly conduct
Craig Cole Stephens — posssession of marijuana in excess of 1/2 ounce
Zachary A. Stinnett — possession of stolen property
David Lynn Swanson — aggravated burglary
Joseph Dale Teague — rape
Stephen D. Trenholm — possession of drug paraphernalia
Gary S. Trentham — DUI, implied consent, speeding
Tami Vila — assault
Lisa Renee Walker —speeding, driving on a suspended license, financial responsibility
Blake Victor Wallace — assault
Melvin Daniel Webb Jr. — sexual assault
James Isaac Wise — aggravated domestic assault deadly weapon, domestic assault bodily injury
William Walter Young Jr. — failure to appear
Christopher J. Yazel — vandalism
No True Bill
James Dexter Arwood — domestic assault
William C. Alberts — rape
Justin David Dubiel — aggravated assault - bodily injury
Larry Hicks — theft over $10,000
John C. LeBlanc — domestic assault bodily injury
Katherine Kemp — aggravated burglary and theft over $500
Billy Ray McMahan — theft over $1,000
Grady Claxton Powell Jr. — domestic assault bodily injury
Tommy Shytle — domestic assault - bodily injury
Mark Solesbee — bad check law
Christopher L. Smith — domestic assault (reasonable fear)
Anthony Wardwell — domestic assault bodily injury
Hello

Trenton, SC

#3 Nov 19, 2008
I don't see the point in posting all this? I bet you like listening to the police radio. Do you think anyone gives a sh*t besides you? Find something better to do.
Pretty Poison

AOL

#4 Nov 19, 2008
roflmao...that is the problem, there is NOTHING he can do, now aint that pitiful?....ELL NO! Nothing but a waste of polluted air. No one with half a brain post anymore, it is rare, since the "all and powerful" Oz has to try and be an authority on everything, which he knows nothing about. He tries and succeeds in intimidation with some people and this makes me want to puke. I know what he is, I know where he lives and I know his pattern, dead give away every single time...he is a real "piece". The way he puts down the sheriff and deputies I would think that might say a lot about his lack of any sign of intelligence...since his son-in-law works for the SCSD...roflmao...guess Hoss knows how his "former emp." extolls his virtuous name? roflmao...maybe someone might want to drop a bug in the ear of a SCSD emp.....something to ponder...roflmao
Gary Cate

Kodak, TN

#5 Nov 19, 2008
A pair of Knoxville developers have been sued in connection with a struggling Pigeon Forge condo project and an allegation of more than $13 million in unpaid debts.

Earlier this month, Alabama-based Nexity Bank filed a complaint in Knox County Chancery Court against Ward Whelchel and Efthimios Mike Dionas. The dispute is connected to the Water Resort at Pigeon Forge, a four-building condo complex located just off the Parkway next to the Country Tonite Theatre.

A trustee for Nexity Bank had scheduled a foreclosure auction last month — a sale that was to include dozens of unsold condos — but the auction was forestalled after the partnership that owned the property filed for bankruptcy protection.

In Nexity’s Knox County complaint, the bank alleged that it made an $18.1 million loan to the partnership, and that Whelchel, Dionas and a consulting company each guaranteed payment of the note. The suit alleges that the partnership defaulted in its payments in July, and that as of Nov. 5 interest on the principal was accruing at the rate of more than $2,223 a day.

Dionas and Whelchel could not be reached for comment.

The developers are wrestling with legal issues on multiple fronts. Both men recently were charged by authorities in Florida with a felony count of contracting without a license during a state of emergency.

In addition, creditors of Dionas Whelchel Construction last month served the company with an involuntary petition in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The petitioning creditors — electrical contractor Advent Electric, materials supplier Tindell’s, and mechanical contractor J & F Mechanical — listed claims of more than $436,000.
Pretty Poison

AOL

#6 Nov 19, 2008
Gary Cate wrote:
A pair of Knoxville developers have been sued in connection with a struggling Pigeon Forge condo project and an allegation of more than $13 million in unpaid debts.
Earlier this month, Alabama-based Nexity Bank filed a complaint in Knox County Chancery Court against Ward Whelchel and Efthimios Mike Dionas. The dispute is connected to the Water Resort at Pigeon Forge, a four-building condo complex located just off the Parkway next to the Country Tonite Theatre.
A trustee for Nexity Bank had scheduled a foreclosure auction last month — a sale that was to include dozens of unsold condos — but the auction was forestalled after the partnership that owned the property filed for bankruptcy protection.
In Nexity’s Knox County complaint, the bank alleged that it made an $18.1 million loan to the partnership, and that Whelchel, Dionas and a consulting company each guaranteed payment of the note. The suit alleges that the partnership defaulted in its payments in July, and that as of Nov. 5 interest on the principal was accruing at the rate of more than $2,223 a day.
Dionas and Whelchel could not be reached for comment.
The developers are wrestling with legal issues on multiple fronts. Both men recently were charged by authorities in Florida with a felony count of contracting without a license during a state of emergency.
In addition, creditors of Dionas Whelchel Construction last month served the company with an involuntary petition in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The petitioning creditors — electrical contractor Advent Electric, materials supplier Tindell’s, and mechanical contractor J & F Mechanical — listed claims of more than $436,000.
Once again this is not a post of Gary Cate...roflmao...gosh, u must realllllly be bored near death today...roflol...first we get all the arrests in SC for a couple of days and now this old recycled print that was news days ago and only half of it at best. Did u get side tracked, possibly carpel tunnel? roflmao....Oh my goodness!!!!!!!!!! We get to review the news, that was news two days ago...roflmao...what a lovely way to spend a day...roflmao... you have no life just a pitiful existence.....lmao...but you don't really know who the "developers" are do u there Maggot?...roflmao...no u don't u would have spread the names all over this forum....roflmao....I do...maybe the sheriff has some typing u could help him out with, I have heard he doesn't like the things u been saying about him on Topix....lol, wonder how he found out about that??????????roflmao
Pile Driver

Kodak, TN

#7 Nov 19, 2008
More Kimbery Pierce utter BOOOOOOL SHEEEET!

Do you need a blow up toy or a large dog?
Pretty Poison

AOL

#8 Nov 19, 2008
Pile Driver wrote:
More Kimbery Pierce utter BOOOOOOL SHEEEET!
Do you need a blow up toy or a large dog?
roflmao....wrong again there dildo...not Kimberly, nor Peggy......u don't know who I am and u certainly never will...I have noticed your repeated references to the "lack of feminine hygiene"....and then I put the pieces together....the only kind of woman that would ever come near you was one that was eaten up with trich,chlamydia,IPD, or one of the many STDs that you are obviously quite familar with. Now the picture is perfectly clear. Maybe that is what is wrong with your skin, have u been checked lately? You know that stuff can lay dormant in the male species for years....roflmao...don't forget to spellcheck this chit for brains.

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