Dade County Arrest Report For Feb. 4-10

Friday, February 11, 2011

Here is the arrest report from Dade County for Feb. 4-10:

ALLEN, CLIFTON LEE 103 PULLEN AVE, TRENTON, GA 30752 58

ALLEN, CLIFTON LEE 103 PULLEN AVE, TRENTON, GA 30752 58

ATCHLEY, ORBAN EDWARD 2232 CO RD 290, BRYANT, AL 35958 34

ATCHLEY, ORBAN EDWARD 2232 CO RD 290, BRYANT, AL 35958 34

BOETTCHER, FREDRICK QRVILLE 430 NEAL RD., RISING FAWN, GA 30738 50

BRAZIEL, ADRIAN LYNN 254 SCRATCH ANKLE ROAD, TRENTON, GA 30752 30

DAVIS, JARRETT CRAIG 48 GREENWOOD LANE, HENEGAR, AL  35978 26

DAVIS, JARRETT CRAIG 48 GREENWOOD LANE, HENEGAR, AL  35978 26

DESHAY, DONALD LEE 11551 HIXSON PIKE, SODDY DASY, TN 37379 42

DESHAY, DONALD LEE 11551 HIXSON PIKE, SODDY DASY, TN 37379 42

GASS, GREGORY JEROME 605 TRAM RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 46

GILBREATH, JAMES MATTHEW 38 MICHAELS RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 25

GRAHAM, JOHN ALLEN 152 COLONY CIRCLE, HIXSON , TN 37343 41

HARBAUGH, MARCIA RENEE 1241 SCRATCH ANKLE RD , TRENTON, GA 30752 50

HARTLINE, FREIDA DARLENE 37 ELLIS-HARTLINE RD, TRENTON,
GA 30752 48

HICKS, PAUL ERNEST 16561 HWY 11, WILDWOOD, GA 30757 59

JONES, TAHARKA VELEKA 3813 PENNSYLVANIA AVE,  F
CHATTANOOGA, TN 37409 38

JORDAN, LACRESHA NICOLE 1715 CANNON DR., FT OGETHOPE, GA 30742 25

LAY, LESLIE MICHAEL 245 HUGHES RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 27

MESCHINO, CRYSTAL LYNN 2 KILLIAN AVE APT 226, TRENTON, GA 30752 24

POYTHRESS, AUSTIN JABOB 5310 BENNETT RD, EAST RIDGE, TN 37412 25

SPURGIN, BEVERLY JEAN 96 CO RD 789, IDER, AL 35981 41

STEVENS, SHANA ELISE 232 WELLS ROAD, TRENTON, GA 30752 22

TOWNSEND, GLEN P 49  VINE LANE, TRENTON, GA 30752 26

YOUNG, MICHAEL ANTHONY 385 CAGLE RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 48


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