Catoosa County Arrest Report May 7-13

Monday, May 17, 2010

Catoosa County Sheriff's Office officers and detectives answered 1,639 calls during the week of May 7-13, according to Sheriff Phil Summers. Seventy one were booked on a total of 136 counts. The violations included both misdemeanor and felony charges and were as follows:


Traffic Charges:

Aggressive Driving 1

Driving CMV while CDL Disqualified 1

Driving on Revoked/Suspended License 8

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs 10

Driving While Unlicensed 5

Fleeing/Attempting to Elude 1

Improper Tag 2

No Insurance 1

Obedience to Traffic Control Device 1

Pedestrian under Influence 3

Reckless Driving 1

Slower Vehicle must keep to Right 1

Speeding 2

Tire Requirements 1

Too Fast For Conditions 1

Weaving 5

Criminal Charges:

Aggravated Assault FVA 1

Aggravated Child Molestation 1

Aggravated Sexual Battery 1

Battery FVA 2

Bench Warrant 2

Child Molestation 1

Computer Pornography 3

Criminal Attempt to Commit the Crime of Aggravated Child Molestation 4

Criminal Trespass FVA 3

Cruelty to Children 1

Disorderly Conduct 1

Drinking and Disorderly 1

Failure to Register as Sex Offender 1

Financial Identity Fraud 2

Forgery 6

Furnishing Alcohol to Minors 5

Hold for another Agency 6

Loitering and Prowling 1

Obstructing Law Enforcement Officers 5

Possession of tools for the commission of a crime 1

Possession of Marijuana Less than an Ounce 3

Possession of Marijuana More than an Ounce 1

Possession of Schedule II 4

Possession of Schedule III 2

Probation Violation 12

Sentenced 2

Simple Battery FVA 1

Terroristic Threats 1

Theft by Receiving Stolen Property 2

Theft by Shoplifting 2

Theft by Taking 3

Underage Consumption 11

Sheriff Summers reported that in addition to answering 1,639 calls, the following arrests were made.

James Darrell Flowers, age 44, of 143 High St. Ringgold, GA was arrested May 07, 2010 for Aggravated Child Molestation, Child Molestation and Aggravated Sexual Battery. No bond has been set. Flowers remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Chester Ray Slaughter, age 57, of 1488 Purcell Rd Lawrenceville, GA was arrested May 07, 2010 for 2 counts of Criminal Attempt to Commit the Crime of Aggravated Child Molestation and Computer Pornography. No bond has been set. Slaughter remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Kerry Dean McGuire, age 47, of 89 Kettle St Ringgold, GA was arrested May 07, 2010 for DUI, Possession of Marijuana More Than an Ounce and Obedience to a Traffic Control Device. McGuire was released on a $13,500 bond.

William Allen Kallam, age 39, of 1917 Pen Wood Rd. Knoxville, TN. was arrested on May 9, 2010 for a Special Presentment Bench Warrant for 2 counts of Possession of a Schedule II Drug. Bond has been set at $50,000.00. Kallam remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Jamie Ann Learned, age 45, of 374 Guyler Street Ringgold, Ga. was arrested May 10, 2010 for Possession of Schedule II and Possession of Schedule III. Learned was released on $9,500.00 bond.

William Jeremy Acuff, age 32, was arrested of 165 Peavine Road Ringgold; Ga. was arrested May 10, 2010 for Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Acuff remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Jonathan Taylor Crenshaw, age 17, of 112 Steele Road Rossville, Ga. was arrested May 10, 2010 for Aggravated Assault FVA, Cruelty to Children and Terroristic Threats and Acts. Bond has been set at $7500.00. Crenshaw remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Linda Louise Lawson, age 35, of 5445 Summer Place Road Cedar Bluff, Al. was arrested May 10, 2010 for 2 Counts of Financial Identity Fraud, 2 counts of Theft by Taking and 2 counts of Hold for Another Agency. Lawson was sentenced to 5 years probation and released to the custody of Whitfield County.

Amanda Louise Varga, age 31, of 6352 Highway 41 Ringgold, Ga. was arrested May 11, 2010 for Probation Violation. Varga’s probation was reinstated and released.

Misty Bleu Johnson, age 30, of 40 Shane Lane Tunnel Hill, Ga. was arrested May 11, 2010 for Possession of Schedule II. Johnson was released on a $3,000 bond.

Walter A Gravitt, age 63, of 584 Pine Grove Access Ringgold, Ga. was arrested May 11, 2010 for Failure to Register as Sex Offender and Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Gravitt remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Patricia Ann Dennard, age 34, of 1800 Lee Drive Chattanooga, Tn. was arrested May 11, 2010 for 6 counts of Forgery. Dennard was sentenced to 10 years probation and released.

Thomas Joseph Alaimo, age 23, of 155 Lakeside Dr Peachtree City, GA. was arrested May 12, 2010 for 2 counts of Computer Pornography and 2 counts of Criminal Attempt to Commit the Crime of Aggravated Child Molestation. No bond has been set. Alaimo remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Albert Lewis, age 50, of 143 Stapp DR Ringgold, GA. was arrested May 12, 2010 for Terroristic Threats and acts, Criminal Trespass and Theft by Taking. Bond has been set at $ 7,500. Lewis remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Julie Michelle Blansit, age 28, of 1301 Resin LN Fort Oglethorpe, GA. was arrested May 13, 2010 for Probation Violation and Battery - Family Violence Act. No bond has been set. Blansit remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Christy Ann Knight, age 32, of 921 Nick a jack Rd Ringgold, GA. was arrested May 13, 2010 for Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Knight remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Benny Lee Sizemore, age 39, of 232 Sizemore LN Ringgold, GA. was arrested May 13, 2010 for Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Sizemore remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Zaczery Alexander Toney, age 20, of 1027 W 37th ST Chattanooga, TN. was arrested May 13, 2010 for Theft by Receiving. Bond has been set at $5,000. Toney remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Eric Lebron Torres, age 27, of 2005 East 14th ST Chattanooga, TN. was arrested May 13, 2010 for Theft by Receiving. Torres was released on a $5,000 bond.


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