Elizabethton woman charged with identity theft after lying to police about identification
After Johnson City police were called Wednesday to investigate a fight in progress at 1715 Nathaniel Drive, officers arrested Solita Davis, 29, Elizabethton, after police said she “intentionally provided officers with information belonging to three separate individuals to avoid being identified.” Davis was charged with three counts of identity theft and held in the Washington County Detention Center on $3,000 bond. She was set to appear in Sessions Court Thursday.
Woman charged with shoplifting over $1,600 worth of merchandise
On Christmas Eve, Johnson City police responded to a report about shoplifting at Walmart on West Market Street. Police said Amber Lynn Flores, 36, 1715 Nathaniel Drive, Apt. 46, tried to push a cart full of merchandise out of the store without attempting to pay. There were 133 items in the cart, with a total value of $1,616, according to police. Flores was charged with felony shoplifting and held in the Washington County Detention Center on $5,000 bond. She was set to appear in Sessions Court Wednesday.
Assault with a metal pipe
When Johnson City police responded to a report Thursday about a woman chasing a man with a metal pipe, officers arrested Jerrie Boyd, 42, 202 W. Fairview Ave., after the victim told police Boyd picked up a metal pipe and began chasing him when he started to walk away from her. When police detained and searched Boyd, officers said they found a methamphetamine pipe. Boyd was charged with aggravated domestic assault and unlawful drug paraphernalia and held in the Washington County Detention Center on $5,000 bond. She was set to appear in Sessions Court Friday.