Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Nov. 2-8

Thursday, November 08, 2012

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Nov. 2-8:

Sheena Smith, 29, of 164 Shawnee Drive, Dayton was arrested November 1 on a charge of possession of schedule III.

David Wilson, 21, of 200A East Oak Street, Rossville was arrested November 1 on charges of speeding and driving while license suspended/revoked.

Tony Holland, 28, of 156 Oak Street, Rossville was arrested November 2 on charges of expired registration and fugitive from another jurisdiction.

Gloria Miller, 45, of Red Bud Road, Rossville was arrested November 2 on charges of speeding 49/35 and suspended Georgia license.

Misty Harden, 39, of 97 Bluegrass Circle, Rossville was arrested November 3 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while license suspended/revoked, expired registration and failure to maintain lane.

Wendy Edwards, 37, of 208 Caroline Drive, Chickamauga was arrested November 3 on a charge of shoplifting.

Jeff McWhorter, 41, of 206 Sommerville Lane, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested November 3 on a warrant.

Dustin Whitten, 26, of 734 Greenbush Road, Lafayette was arrested November 3 on charges of obstruction and simple assault.

Alan Tucker, 53, of 952 Pinewood Circle, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested November 4 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to change address on license within 60 days, failure to dim headlights and failure to maintain lane.

Joseph Whitmore, 22, of 100 Hamilton Drive, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested November 4 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while license expired, failure to dim headlights, speeding and failure to maintain a single lane.

Diana Watt, 35, of 720 Hargraves Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested November 4 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Brittany Taylor, 21, of 825 South Germantown Road, Chattanooga was arrested November 4 on a charge of shoplifting.

Haley Neal, 27, of 142 Dal Brown Road, Chattanooga was arrested November 4 on a charge of shoplifting.

Christian Floyd, 18, of West Main Street, Lafayette was arrested November 5 on a warrant.

Hannah Johns, 22, of 2044 Lafayette Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested November 6 on a charge of violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act.

Jason Vess, 36, of 553 ½ Isbill Road, Chattanooga was arrested November 6 on a charge of driving while license suspended/revoked.

Bobby Hicks, 72, of 104 Mack Smith Road, Rossville was arrested November 7 on charges of violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act X 2, possession of dangerous drugs and drugs not in original container.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding……….36

Failure to change address/name……….2

Improper use of flashing or revolving blue lights………..1

License required……….1

Driving while license suspended or revoked………4

Failure to stop or return to the scene of an accident…………2

Defective windshield/windshield wipers……….1

Following too closely……….4

Window tint violation……….1

Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment……….1

Use of “fighting words”, obscene and vulgar language……….1

Proof of insurance required……….1

Defective brake lights and/or turn signals……….1

Unsafe tires……….1

Safety belt violations………..7

Driving on roadways laned for traffic……….3

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….17

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs………..3

Failure to obey traffic control devices……….7

License to be carried and exhibited on demand……….1

Driving on divided highways………..1

Possession of controlled substances………..1

Failure to obey stop signs and/or yield signs…………1


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