Catoosa County Arrest Report Aug. 13-19

Friday, August 20, 2010

Officers and Detectives answered 1,604 calls , during the week of Aug. 13-19, according to Sheriff Phil Summers of the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office. 65 were booked on a total of 117 counts. The violations included both misdemeanor and felony charges and were as follows:


Traffic Charges
Affixing Tint to Window or Windshield 1

Driving on Revoked/Suspended License 10

Driving on Suspended Registration 1

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs 11

Driving While Unlicensed 6

Failure to Maintain Lane 2

Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device 2

Fleeing or Attempting to Elude 1

Headlight Violation 1

Obscured License Plate 1

Open Container in Vehicle 3

Operation of Vehicle without Valid Tag 4

Pedestrian under the Influence 4

Proof of Insurance Required 3

Removal or Affixing License Plate to Misrepresent Vehicle ID 1

Seatbelt Violation 1

Speeding 3

Too Fast for Conditions 1

Weaving 4

Criminal Charges

Aggravated Assault 1

Aggravated Child Molestation 1

Battery (FVA) 1

Contempt of Court – Child Support 1

Criminal Attempt – Armed Robbery 1

Cruelty to Animals 1

Deposit Account Fraud 1

Drugs to be Kept in Original Container 1

Forgery in the 1st Degree 2

Giving False Name or Address 1

Hold for Other Agency 3

Loitering or Prowling 1

Obstruction of Law Enforcement 2

Parole Violation 1

Possession of Drugs related Objects 1

Possession of Marijuana less than 1 ounce 10

Possession of Schedule II 1

Possession of Schedule IV 1

Possession of Tools for the Commission of a Crime 1

Probation Violation 6

Sentenced 2

Simple Battery (FVA) 3

Sodomy 1

Terroristic Threats and Acts 1

Theft by Receiving Stolen Property 2

Theft by Shoplifting 6

Underage Consumption / Possession of Alcohol 4

Sheriff Summers reported that in addition to answering 1,604 calls, the following felony arrests were made.
Linda Michelle Bray, age 29, of 2649 Potts Rd Ringgold, GA was arrested August 13, 2010 for Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, Headlight Violation and Removing or Affixing License Plate to Misrepresent Vehicle Identification. Bray was released on $6,100 bond.

Roy Dean Fowler, age 43, of 469 Westbrook Rd Ringgold, GA was arrested August 13, 2010 for Theft by Receiving Stolen Property and a Parole Violation. No bond has been set. Fowler remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Gloria Denise Gilbreath, age 48, of 89 Circle Dr Rossville, GA was arrested August 13, 2010 for two counts of Forgery in the 1st Degree. Gilbreath was released on $7,000 bond.

Vanessa Rae Bishop, age 23, of 3154 Helton Road Lot 2 Rocky Face, GA was arrested August 16, 2010 for Possession of Marijuana less than One Ounce, Possession of Tools for the Commission of a Crime, Giving False Name or Address, Drugs to be Kept in Original Container and Possession of Drug Related Objects. Bishop was released on a $12,000 bond.

Jonathan Morrell Walker, age 25, of 2101 E 13th Street Chattanooga, TN was arrested August 17, 2010 for a Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Walker remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Crystal Gail Conner, age 33, of 112 Clydesdale Lane Rossville, GA was arrested August 17, 2010 for Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Possession of Schedule IV Drugs. Conner was released on a $8,500 bond.

Joshua Watson Jackson, age 17, of 385 Arabian Dr Tunnel Hill, GA was arrested August 18, 2010 for Aggravated Child Molestation and Sodomy. No bond has been set. Jackson remains incarcerated at CCDC.

David Silas Williams, age 25, of 769 Dug Rd Ringgold, GA was arrested August 19, 2010 for a Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Williams remains incarcerated at CCDC.
Timothy Shane Kellum, age 32, of 1294 Seymoure Dr Plesantview, TN was arrested August 19, 2010 for Criminal Attempt at Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault and Terroristic Threats and Acts. No bond has been set. Kellum remains incarcerated at CCDC.



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