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County Grand Jury Returns Indictments

Originally published: 2009-03-25 07:44:24
Last modified: 2009-03-25 09:16:21
 


Man Is Indicted

On Attempt To

Commit Murder

BY BILL JONES

STAFF WRITER

A Greene County grand jury that met on Monday returned indictments against a large number of people on a variety of charges.

Among those indicted was Daniel Pete Davis, 31, of 1600 Kingsport Highway, who was named in an indictment that charged him with criminal attempt to commit first-degree murder.

The indictment alleged that Davis, on Aug. 3, 2008, attempted to kill Christopher Brotherton by shooting him several times with a 9-millimeter pistol.

An arrest warrant filed last August by Sheriff's Detective Sgt. James Randolph said Davis was charged in connection with an attack on Chris Brotherton, 22, of Bolton Road, who was shot "at least four times" after he left the Hideaway Club on Aug. 3, 2008.

The arrest warrant alleged that Davis waited outside the club for Brotherton to leave and then shot him.

Witnesses told deputies that Davis shot Brotherton as Brotherton was mounting his motorcycle in the club's parking lot.

After the shooting, according to the warrant, Davis fled in a 1998 Dodge Durango sport utility vehicle that was later found at 1600 Kingsport Highway.

Davis had turned himself in to sheriff's deputies on Monday, Aug. 4.

Davis also is scheduled to go on trial in U.S. District Court on May 13 before U.S. District Judge Ronnie Greer on the charge of possessing ammunition after having been previously convicted of a felony.

Others indicted by the grand jury on Monday included:

* Ryan Daniel Humphreys, 23, of 4089 Blue Springs Parkway, who was indicted on a charge of aggravated robbery of the Quick Stop No. 3 market on Oct. 30, 2008;

* Dontae A. Thompson, 24, of 550 Whirlwind Road, who was named in a superseding indictment that charged him with possession of a controlled substance (6.3 grams of cocaine base) with intent to sell or deliver it on Nov. 16, 2007;

* Ladaren C. Gilkey, 22, of Akron, Ohio, who was named in a superseding indictment that charged him with possession of a controlled substance (6.3 grams of cocaine base) with intent to sell or deliver it on Nov. 16, 2007;

* Darren Swagerty, 28, of South Haven, Mich., who was named in a superseding indictment that charged him with possession of a controlled substance (6.3 grams of cocaine base) with intent to sell or deliver it on Nov. 16, 2007;

* Mitchell R. Sullivan, 37, of Morristown, who was indicted on a charge of theft of property valued at over $1,000 (by exercising control over aluminum and steel that belonged to the Warrensburg Foundry) between May 16 and May 18, 2006;

* Ryan Daniel Humphreys, 23, of 4089 Blue Springs Parkway, who was indicted on a charge of forgery in connection with an Oct. 28, 2008, incident in which he alleged forged a $26.50 check at a Food City supermarket;

* Michael A. Sanderland, 36, of Sevierville, who was indicted on a charge of theft of property valued at over $500 in connection with an Oct. 7, 2008, incident in which he allegedly exercised control over gasoline owned by Marsh Petroleum;

* Kenneth Curtis Ramsey, 30, of 15745 West Andrew Johnson Highway, Apt. 9, Greeneville, who was indicted on a charge of theft of property valued at $500 or less in connection with a Nov. 23, 2008, incident in which allegedly exercised control over a 22-foot fiberglass ladder owned by Terry Johnson with the owner's consent;

* Mary Ann Doud, 32, of 935 Susong Drive, Greeneville, who was indicted on a charge of forgery in connection with a July 14, 2008, incident in which she allegedly forged a $30 check and attempted to pass it at the Quick Stop market No. 16.

Doud also was indicted on a charge of evading arrest on Aug. 5, 2008, "by intentionally freeing herself from handcuffs and fleeing a police vehicle;

* Heather Rena Miller, 23, of 333 Pine Street, Greeneville, who was indicted on a charge of child abuse or neglect in connection with incidents that allegedly took place between July 2007 and February 2008 in which she allegedly abused or neglected a six-year-old child;

* Jason Elliott Klepper, 21, of Rogersville, who was indicted on a charge of theft of property valued at over $1,000 in connection with an Oct. 7, 2008, incident in which he allegedly exercise control over a 1992 Acura Integra without the owner's consent;

* Alan S. Velinsky, 26, of Bowling Greene, Ky., who was indicted on a charge of theft of property valued at over $10,000, in connection with an Oct. 14, 2008, incident in which he allegedly exercised control over a 2000 Ford F-150 pickup truck without the owner's consent;

* Rhiannon C. Hill, 25, of 116 Blazer Lane, who was indicted on a charge of theft of property valued at over $500 in connection with an Oct. 4, 2008, incident in which she allegedly exercised control over a cell phone, a camera and $600 in cash without the owner's consent;

* Barbara Anne Owens, 44, of 165 Paul Hensley Road, Limestone, who was indicted on a charge of failure to report physical abuse of a child less than six years of age between July 2007 and Feb. 22, 2008;

* Cindy L. Lloyd, 40, of 55 Quail Ridge Lane, Greeneville, who was indicted on charges of attempting to obtain a controlled substance (Alprazolam) by fraud on Nov. 3, 2008, at the Greeneville Walmart pharmacy and attempting to obtain the controlled substance Lortab at the Walmart pharmacy on Feb. 27, 2008;

* Joel Ray Littleton, 47, of 942 Bethel Lane, Greeneville, who was indicted on a charge of driving on a revoked license (2nd offense) on May 15, 2008;

* Andrea Mary Turner, 39, of 60 Fairview Ridges, Afton, who was indicted on a charged of DUI (2nd offense) on Dec. 7, 2008;

* Kenneth Curtis Ramsey, 30, of 15745 West Andrew Johnson Highway, who was indicted on charges of burglary and theft of property valued at $500 or less on Nov. 21, 2008;

* Thomas Wayne Stills, 43, 7355 Erwin Highway, who was indicted on a charge of DUI on Aug. 23, 2008;

* James W. Cutshall, 37, of 1395 Kingsport Highway, who was indicted on charges of DUI (4th offense) and driving on revoked license (4th offense) on June 19, 2008;

* Alexander John Pricenor IV, 23, of 893 Kiser Boulevard, who was indicted on charges of DUI and evading arrest on July 19, 2008;

* Amy Marie Norton, 39, of 325 Leonard Street, who was indicted on driving on a revoked license (2nd offense) and evading arrest on Dec. 5, 2008;

* James Richard Hyatt, 47, of Marshall, N.C., who was indicted on charges of DUI, driving without a license in his possession, violating the implied consent law and reckless endangerment on Nov. 9, 2008;

* Jeffrey Raymond Godsey, 47, of 277 Morrison Road, Chuckey, who was indicted on charges of DUI, violating the implied consent law, and simple possession of Alprazolam, a Schedule IV controlled substance on July 20, 2008;

* Joshua Kendall Smelcer, 22, of 265 College Hills Drive, Greeneville, who was indicted on charges of DUI, violating the implied consent law, possessing a vehicle without a vehicle identification number, failure to provide evidence of financial responsibility and unlawful removal of a registration plate on June 22, 2008;

* Bruce S. Finkbeiner, 43, of 1948 Nolichuckey Road, Greeneville, who was indicted on charges of DUI (2nd offense), driving on a revoked license (3rd offense), violation of the implied consent law on Jan. 31, 2008;

* Conly Ray Kite, 25, of 140 Kirk Hill Road, Mohawk, who was indicted on a charge of violation of the motor vehicle habitual offender act on Oct. 31, 2008;

* Troy Allen Willett, 38, of 1600 70 Bypass, who was indicted on charges of driving on a revoked license (4th offense), failure to stop at the scene of an accident and failure to provide evidence of financial responsibility;

* Chase James Haney, 26, of 165 Carriage Lane, Greeneville, who was indicted on charges of DUI (2nd offense), violating the open container law, failure to dim lights and violating the change of address law;

* Jason L. Delgato, 24, of 2995 Blue Springs Parkway, Mosheim, who was indicted on a charge of introduction of drugs (1.2 grams of cocaine base) into a penal institution on Sept. 17, 2008;

* Brandon Nicholas Swift, 22, of 74 Kidwell School Road, Greeneville, who was indicted on charges of aggravated assault on a Greeneville Walmart employee by displaying a knife and theft of property valued at under $500 from the Greeneville Walmart on Nov. 1, 2008;

* Jamie Lee Jones, 30, of 270 Birchwood Lane, Greeneville, who was indicted on charges of DUI (4th offense) and driving on a revoked license (6th offense) on Nov. 8, 2008;

* Ricky Lee Jones, 23, of 1430 Delta Valley Road, who was indicted on two counts of aggravated assault on Oct. 18, 2008, and domestic assault on Sept. 8, 2008;

* Joel Ray Littleton, 48, of 942 Bethel Lane, who was indicted on charges of DUI (3rd offense), driving on a revoked license (2nd offense), violating the implied consent law and failing to stop at an accident scene on May 26, 2008;

* Clinton R. Davis, 39, of 1108 Summer Street, who was indicted on charges of DUI (3rd offense), violating the open container law and operating a vehicle without an adequate energy absorption system (bumper) on Oct. 1, 2008;

* Charles Junior Lingenfelter, 51, of Lenoir City, Tenn., who was indicted on charges of DUI (3rd offense) and violating the implied consent law;

* Robert Steven Singleton, 34, of Sharpsburg, Ga., who was indicted on charges of simple possession of marijuana, possessing drug paraphernalia, violation of permits of moving vehicles of excess weight and size and violation of reciprocal agreements concerning non-residents on Nov. 11, 2008;

* Stephanie Marie Knight, 25, of 140 Jockey Road, Chuckey, who was indicted on a charge of possessing contraband (Oxycodone) in a penal institution on Jan. 17, 2009;

* Lisa R. Sams, 29, of 136 York Drive, who was indicted on a charge of DUI on June 19, 2008;

* Jeremy Lee Henry, 20, of 1050 McCoy Road, who was indicted on charges of speeding, two counts of evading arrest and driving on a suspended license (2nd offense) on Oct. 28, 2008;

* Brandon Letrelle Butts, 21, of Kingsport, who was indicted on charges of aggravated burglary and theft of property valued at over $500 on Aug. 16, 22008; and

* Donnie Eugene Johnson, Jr., 34, of 110 Joe Ball Road, Chuckey, who was indicted on charges of DUI (4th offense), driving on a revoked license (7th offense) and violating the implied consent law on Oct. 16, 2008.

 
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