Dade County Arrest Report For Oct. 5-11

Friday, October 12, 2012

Here is the Dade County arrest report for Oct. 5-11:

AGUILAR, MARCOTULIO MORALEZ 5045 CREEK RD, WILDWOOD, GA 30757 33 M W 10/5/2012 CANNON, PATRICK DADE COUNTY 
BEATTY, CHRISTINA LEONA 230 MIKES LANE, WILDWOOD, GA 30757 34 F W 10/5/2012 CANNON, PATRICK DADE COUNTY 
BURGER, BOBBY RAY 3520 CATHY LANE, CHATTANOOGA, TN M W 10/11/2012 BARRETT, ALAN DADE COUNTY 
37412 52
GILES, ROBERT MARSHALL 1536 HWY 11, RISING FAWN, GA 30738 35 M W 10/9/2012 CANNON, PATRICK DADE CO.

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HAWKINS, BETTI ANN 15345 HWY 11 LOT 1, TRENTON, GA F W 10/9/2012 PHILLIPS, NASH DADE COUNTY 
30752 37
JONES, CALEB PAUL 6527 HWY 58, HARRISON, TN 37341 20 M W 10/10/2012 YORK, CASEY 28 DADE COUNTY 
KELLEY, CHARLES DALTON 164 EAGLE COVE DR, PELHAM, AL 35124 27 M W 10/6/2012 BOWES, DUSTIN DADE COUNTY 
MCANNALLY, JOY FERGUSON 232 RODGERS RD, GARDENDALE, AL F W 10/5/2012 CANNON, PATRICK DADE COUNTY 
35071 57
MEDLEN, JONATHAN WILLIAM 6118 MARIE LANE, HARRISON, TN 37341 34 M W 10/11/2012 CHAMBERS, JOSEPH DADE COUNTY 
OGLESBY, JAMES FRANKLIN 900 COUNTY RD 139, BRYANT, AL 35958 28 M W 10/11/2012 BARRETT, ALAN DADE COUNTY 
QUINCE, FRANK HENRY 3716 CHULA VISTA DR, CHATTOONGA, M W 10/10/2012 BARRETT, ALAN DADE COUNTY 
TN 37411 41
RAINES, DANIEL LEE 26 ELLIS DR, ROSSVILLE, GA 30741 24 M W 10/11/2012 CLOUD, MICHAEL DADE CO. SO
SMITH, WILLIAM MATTHEW 33 HATFIELD ROAD, RISINGFAWN, GA M W 10/10/2012 GEDDIE JOE GSP LAFAYET


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