Dade County Arrest Report For April 8-14

Friday, April 15, 2011

Here is the Dade County arrest summary from April 8-14:

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

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

BELL, HAYDEN DARRAGH 10254 HWY 431, SAINT AMANT, LA 70774 58

CANTRELL, CORY LEE 285 MOSS FARM RD, JASPER , TN 37347 23

CLIPPINGER, JONATHAN BENTON 890 WELLS ROAD, TRENTON, GA 30752 47

DAVIS, TONY LEE 862 SMITH ROAD, TRENTON, GA 30752 56

DOWNER, JEFFERY JACKSON 123 DOWNER RD, CHATTANOOGA , TN 37419 49

DREW, JONATHAN CHRISTOPHER 1410 N MACK SMITH RD APT 372, CHATTANOOGA,
TN 37412 30

ELROD, CHRISTOPHER DWIGHT 2953 NEW HOME ROAD, TRENTON, GA 30752 34

FIKE, JOHNNY LEE 621 CO RD 791 , FLAT ROCK , AL 35966 51

FORSHEE, MICHAEL CURTIS 57 HEMLOCK CIRCLE, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37419 26

GANNON, DANNY ALLEN 342 SCRACTH ANKLE ROAD, WHITESIDE, TN 37396 42

GOFORTH, SAMUEL J 4421 CO RD 81, FLAT ROCK, AL 35966 28

HALL, ROBERT MICHAEL 247 POPULAR AVE, TRENTON, GA 30752 52

HALL, TINA MARIE 3030 GINGER CIRCLE, CLEVELAND, GA 37323 38

HARDEN, JOSEPH A 383 CHURCH STREET APT # 5, TRENTON, GA 30752 27

HENDERSON, MICHAEL COLE HWY 72  , BRYYANT , AL 35978 26

HENSLEY, SARAH MICHELE 3001 DAYTON BLVD APT D3, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37415 27

HESTER, GREGORY ALLEN 372 NORTH PINE AVE, WHITWELL, TN  21

JACKSON, KYLA MARIA 299 PINE AVE., TRENTON, GA 30752 47

LOWE, STACY RENA 606 WEST
FIFTH ST, SOUTH PITTSBURG, TN 37380 37

MEECE, HEATHER ANN 588 REEVES RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 34

MUNDY, RICHARD EDWARD 445 MICHAELS RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 52

MURPHY, BRENDEN ANDREW 124 ARVILYORK CRL , LOOKOUT MTN, GA 30715 23

PENNINGTON, JEREMY DANIEL 1662 N MOORE RD, RISING FAWN, GA 30738 31

PHILLIPS, RANDY LYNN 27 RHOAD ISLAND AVE , TRENTON, GA 30752 32

ROBINSON, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 44 STANLEY ROAD APT 6, TRENTON, GA 30752 23

SLATTON, SUSAN DANYELLE 809 EDMONDS AVE, BRIDGEPORT, AL 35740 38

SLATTON, SUSAN DANYELLE 809 EDMONDS AVE, BRIDGEPORT, AL 35740 38

VANN, JAMES MICHEAL 16 A BRIAR WOOD LANE, BARTOW, GA  35

WARE, TINA RENE 124 STOCKMAN RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 45

WILLERSON, ROGER DALE 430 MILL RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 44



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