Dade County Arrest Report For Feb. 24-March 1

Friday, March 2, 2012

Here is the Dade County arrest report for Feb. 24-March 1:

BLACK, BRANDON TODD 239 CHEROKEE TR, TRENTON, GA 30752 26  
BRADFORD, DEMEREE LAMAR 3404 SLYGO RD, TRENTON, GA 30752 52  
CASTLEBERRY, DENNIS CLAY 139 EAST CIRCLE DRIVE, ROSSVILLE, GA M  
  30741 28  
CUZZORT, HEATHER IRENE 53 BAILEY RD, LOOKOUT MT, GA 30750 22  
DANIEL, MISTY FAYE 15312 HWY 11, TRENTON, GA 30752 34  
DARNELL, CANDACE MUSSER 385 LINDAVILLE LN, COTTAGEVILLE, SC F  
  29435 39  
JONES, ZENA LYNN 3314 FRAWLEY STREET, F  
  CHATTANOOGA , TN 37411 40  
KEEF, CRAIG DEWAYNE 29 MOLLY LN, RINGGOLD, GA 30736 27  
LAGLIA, CONSTANCE MARIE 1001 TREE CROSSINGS PWY, HOOVER , F  
  AL 35244 45  
MURPHY, NOLAN PATRICK 124 ARVIL YORK CIR, LOOKOUT MTN, GA M  
  30750 20  
RICHARDS, KELLY ANNETTE 1136 NEW HOME ROAD, TRENTON, GA F  
  30752 22  
RODGERS, TERRY GRANGER 196 HOLDER LOOP, RISING FAWN, GA M  
  30738 46  
SANDERS, LANEASHA DARNITA 22 TIMBER RIDGE TRAIL, RINGGOLD, GA F  
  30736 31  
SIMMONS, KRISTIN LEIGH 66 VALLEY WAY, TRENTON GA, GA 30752 27  
STEWART, ROBERT HEATH 1810 PUTNAM AVE, SO PITSBURG, TN M  
  37380 39  
SWATSKE, DANIEL JOSEPH 1688 SADDLE CLUB RD, TRENTON, GA M  
  30752 50 SECTION
VILLATORO , FREDY EROAN 4510 FOSTER AVE APT 1, HUNTSVILLE, M  
  AL 35802 23  
WATSON, ROBERT MITCHELL 23 MEADOW LANE DR, LAUREL, MS M  
  39440 34  
WEST, JOSEPH RYAN 3403 CO RD 169, HIGDON, AL 35979 26  
WEST, JUSTIN LEE 1830 WORLEY CHAPEL RD, TRENTON, M  
  GA 30752 20  
WILLIAMS, JENNIFER LOUISE 120 HICKORY ST, TRENTON , GA 30752 20  


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