Elizabethton Police Department reports recent arrests
Published 4:31 pm Thursday, December 7, 2023
FROM STAFF REPORTS
The following arrests have been reported by the Elizabethton Police Department:
On December 6, Officer Nicholas Kerns arrested Landon James Seaboch on a warrant for violation of probation.
On December 6, Officer Matthew Goldberg issued Danny Bruce Elliott a citation for shoplifting under $1,000.
On December 6, Officer Rocky Croy was dispatched to Pizza Hut at 311 Broad St., regarding Travis W. Childress with an active warrant from Sullivan County. Officers placed Childress under arrest and transferred custody to Sullivan County deputies.
On December 6, Officer Samuel Woodby responded to Tri-Cities Gun Depot at 1760 West Elk Ave., about Christopher William Ruble attempting to purchase a firearm. After confirming an arrest warrant for Ruble, Woodby conducted a traffic stop and arrested Ruble for the outstanding warrant.
On December 5, Sgt. Douglas Combs observed a blue Honda Odyssey with a stolen license plate and conducted a traffic stop. The driver, David Dwayne Lawson, had multiple outstanding warrants and was arrested for possession of stolen property, driving on a suspended license, and failure to comply with financial responsibility.
On December 4, Patrol Officer Ryan Manuel responded to a suspicious person at Northeast State Technical College and arrested Adam Richard Lane for public intoxication and drug violations.
On December 4, Officer Hayden Holtsclaw conducted a traffic stop on Mary Patton Highway and cited Sidney C. Byers for driving while suspended, misuse of registration, and other violations.
On December 2, Cpl. Tim Garland responded to an intoxicated male attempting to drive a silver Jeep Cherokee and arrested Ronnie Alan McQueen for driving under the influence.
On December 1, Officer Chazz Hughes conducted a traffic stop and cited David M. Reed for driving an unregistered vehicle and having no driver’s license.
On December 1, Officer Ryan Manuel arrested Mark Philip Albury Jr. for public intoxication after finding him exhibiting erratic behavior at Walmart.
On November 30, Officer Spencer Ward stopped a speeding vehicle and issued Ricky Ray Davis a summons for reckless driving.
On November 30, Cpl. Jason Mosier arrested Tucker Charles Pace for public intoxication after he exhibited erratic behavior at Ingles.
Note: All arrestees are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.