Dade County Arrest Report Sept. 10-16

Friday, September 17, 2010

Here is the arrest report for Dade County from Sept. 10-16:

BARTON, JAMES TAYLOR 7508 HIGHWAY 301 NORTH, TRENTON, GA 30752 19

BATES, STEPHANIE LYNN 4169 WILLOW BEND DRIVE, GARDENDALE, AL 35071 28

BURNS, JACKIE DEWAYNE 140 STEPHENS DR, TRENTON, GA 30752 52

COFFELT, TRACY LYNN 3885 VALLEY VIEW HWY, SEQUATCHIE, TN 37374 41

CROWE, CODY SHANE 1597 COUNTY ROAD 141 , FLAT ROCK, AL 35966 17

DAVIS , JARRETT CRAIG 48 GREENWOOD LANE , HENAGAR, AL 35978 25

DAVIS, MARVIN STANLEY 1620 HARTLINE RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 56

DEMPSEY, ROSETTA LEANNE 25 BRYER RD, SODDYDAISY , TN 37379 25

DOTSON, JOHN ANTHONY 292 DENNIS RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 37

DOUGLAS, JASON SCOTT 123 PINOAK RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 30

ELROD, CHRISTIN MICHELE 1884 NEW HOME LOOP, TRENTON, GA 30752 29

FITZGERALD, DEVIN PATRICK 102 LOOKOUT CIRCLE, TRENTON, GA 30752 26

HASWELL, KENNETH LEE 5955 SLYGO RD, WILDWOOD, GA 30757 41

HILL, MITCHELL ALEXANDER 406 STALLINGS RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 43

JABALEY, JAMES ANTHONY 307 EAST 8TH ST APT#11, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37403 21

JOHNSON, JAMES RICKY 27 TIN CAN LANE, ROSSVILLE, GA 30741 43

KING, LYNN ALLEN 227 KILGORE LN, JASPER, TN 37

KINSEY, BRANDON SCOTT 148 NORTHWOODS LANE, TRENTON, GA 30752 21

LONG, JOHNNY WAYNE 513 MOHAWK AVE, ROSSVILLE, GA 30741 44

MCADAMS, JUSTIN BLAKE 105 FOREST ST, TRENTON, GA 30752 25

MILLER, MAX INGHRAM 452 HWY 9 NORTH, DAWSONVILLE, GA 30534 27

OSBURN, MATTHEW MARC 85 COOPER STREET, SUMMERVILLE, GA 30747 38

PARKER, JUSTIN WILLIAM 210 HENDRICKS STREET APT 20, REDBANK, TN 37415 25

PENDERGRASS, MATTHEW JOHN 1208 GREERS TRAIL, PEACHTREE CITY, GA 30269 33

RIMAS, MARK ALLEN 751 VETERANS RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 35

ROSE, ERIC STEVEN 255 NEWT JOHNSON, CHICKAMAUGA, GA 30707 37

SLATTON, SUSAN DANYELLE 903 FREEMAN AVE, BRIDGEPORT, AL 35740 37

SMITH, JONATHON CORDELLE 13395 NORTH MAIN ST APT A, TRENTON,GA 30752 22

TRAYLOR, RICK DARRELL 912 COUNTY RD 788, IDER, AL 35981 18

ZABRISKIE, MICHAEL ALLEN 2 KILLIAN AVE APT# 219, TRENTON, GA 30752 51


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