Walker County Arrest Report For Oct. 7-13

Monday, October 14, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Oct. 7-13:

HILL TINA RENEA WF 48 DETENTION WEEKENDER
EATON TIMOTHY RAY WM 25 Officer OWENS THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING- MISD
LAWSON II ROY HAROLD WM 59 Officer MCCOY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
EARLY ZACHARY OWEN WM 20 Officer SUMMERS LOITERING-WARRANT
GIFFORD LACEY DEANN WF 24 Officer STEELE DUI LESS SAFE, EXPIRED TAG, FTML, SUSP LICENSE
HATCHER ERIC SHANE WM 32 Officer SUMMERS CHILD SUPPORT CONTEMPT
KOWN MELISSA ANN WF 25 Officer SUMMERS HIT AND RUN-WARRANT
MOORE LEE ANN WF 47 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION- FEL
JARNAGIN JOEL RAY WM 38 Officer GIDEON DUI, SUSPENDED LICENSE, FTML*
SINARD BRENDA JEAN WF 53 Officer MASSENGALE RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
FLOYD LOGAN COLE WM 17 Officer BUCKELS CRIMINAL TRESPASS FVA*
EATON TIMOTHY RAY WM 25 Officer WILSON RETURNED INTO CUSTODY
BRYSON TIMOTHY PAUL WM 39 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION- FEL
PARKER MICHAEL ANDERSON WM 35 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION- FEL
HUDGENS EMILY DANIELLE WM 18 Officer REYNOLDS THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING- MISD
FLOYD LOGAN COLE WM 17 Officer MABREY RETURN FROM HMC*
BLANKS CARLA DESIREE WF 41 Officer FIELDING RETURN FROM COURT-CHATTOOGA COUNTY

ROUILLIER ROBERT LAMARTINE WM 41 Officer HILL REVOKED LICENSE/HOLD FOR WHITFIELD COUNTY
SMITH DEANNA LYNN WF 41 Officer SUMMERS FAILURE TO APPEAR (MISD) 2 CTS
SHIRLEY CHARLES RAY WM 44 PAROLE PAROLE VIOLATION
SPRAYBERRY MATTHEW CHASE WM 27 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION- FELONY**
REGAL MARGARET JEANETT WF 33 Officer WILSON SHOPLIFTING- MISD
GREENLEE STEPHEN RODNEY BM 43 Officer CLARK PAROLE VIOLATION
FERNANDEZ FERNANDO GENE WM 33 Officer CLARK CAPIAS-(SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING)
GRAY NATHAN SCOTT WM 30 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR-LPD (OPEN CONTAINER)
BURKHART SHAWN WESLEY WM 22 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION- FELONY
LOVE EDWARD MAURICE BM 29 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR- LPD (EXPIRED TAG)
ELLISON JEREMY LEE WM 35 Officer CLARK THEFTY BY TAKING (FEL), FORGERY 1ST DEG (FEL)

TUCKER ELIZABETH MICOLE W/F 33 Officer BUCKLES OPEN CONTAINER/ SUSPENDED LICENSE
ROSE ERIC STEVEN W/M 39 Officer SUMMERS RETURN FROM HMC
WALLIN JERRY BLAKE W/M 24 Officer DENNY POSS MARIJUANA, POSS METH, POSS SCHII, POSS SCHIII, ROSS SCH IV, PAROLE VIOLATION
WALLIN JOSHUA RAY W/M 28 Officer DENNY POSSESSION SCHIV
ANSLEY JASON ORLANDO B/M 32 Officer CLARK PAROLE VIOLATION
JUV JUV JUV - - - -
PATTERSON APRIL NICOLE W/F 21 Officer STANFIELD SIMPLE ASSAULT
HARMON TODD LEE W/M 35 Officer SIMPSON HARRASSING CALL
TACKETT ASHLEY HOPE W/F 27 Officer CLARK PAROLE VIOLATION
BELL CHRISTOPHER PAUL W/M 25 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
BALL LUKE - W/M 26 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
BEILICK SEAN LEE W/M 57 Officer MORRIS NO LICENSE/NO INSURANCE

BEILICK LYNETTE GENE WF 52 Officer TATE DUI DRUGS, NO LICENSE ON PERSON
PURYEAR MICHAEL ANTHONY WM 31 Officer GRAY PROWLING, POSS OF TOOLS FOR THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME
MASSENGALE CRYSTAL ELAINE WF 33 Officer PARRISH RETURN FROM HMC
SILVERS JR JAMES RICHARD WM 37 Officer ENGLAND SIMPLE BATTER FVA, FALSE IMPRISONMENT
ADAMS BETHANY MICHELLE WF 29 Officer BROWN FORGERY 4TH DEGREE-MISD
ELLISON JEREMY LEE WM 35 Officer CLARK FORGERY 4TH DEGREE, PAROLE VIOLATION
DAVIS AUBREY LEIGHANN WF 19 Officer DAVIS BOND SURRENDER
MCCLAIN ALBERT NMN BM 62 Officer CLARK SEXUAL BATTERY-MISD
HARPER JOYCE ANN WF 62 Officer STANFIELD OBSTRUCTION
FOSTER ROGER DALE WM 37 Officer BREWER SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEG (3RD OFF)
SMITH ASHLEY NICOLE WF 28 Officer CAMPBELL POSSESSION OF METH, POSS OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ.


GRAVITT RAYMOND EUGENE WM 60 Officer CLARK SIMPLE BATTERY- WARRANT
TUCKER STEVEN ALEXANDER WM 24 Officer STEELE WEEKENDER
PAINTER COLBY KEVIN WM 40 Officer CAMPBELL POSS OF METH, POSS OF METH W/INT TO DISTRIBUTE, POSS MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, POSS FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON

COLLINS STEPHANIE SNOW WF 34 Officer MILLER CAPIAS/PROBATION VIOLATION  (FEL)
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 43 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
GREEN CALVIN LAVOYD WM 40 Officer GRAVITT FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE***
EDWARDS JASON MICHAEL WM 36 Officer CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR- (FEL)
SMITH JR LAWARREN JESSIE BM 20 Officer LANG SUSP LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, FAILURE TO DIM HEADLIGHTS

COLLINS STEPHANIE SNOW WF 34 Officer MILLER CAPIAS/PROBATION VIOLATION  (FEL)
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 43 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
GREEN CALVIN LAVOYD WM 40 Officer GRAVITT FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE***
EDWARDS JASON MICHAEL WM 36 Officer CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR- (FEL)
SMITH JR LAWARREN JESSIE BM 20 Officer LANG SUSP LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, FAILURE TO DIM HEADLIGHTS

WILSON LEE LAMAR WM 31 Officer FORREST DISORDERLY CONDUCT
HICKS MATTHEW EUGENE WM 21 Officer CHANDLER HOLD FOR BARTOW COUNTY
BELL FRANKIE LYNN WM 57 Officer GENTRY DNR HUNTING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, HUNTING WITHOUT FLOURESCENT ORANGE
OVERBY IV ANDREW JACKSON WM 25 Officer MORRIS DISORDERLY CONDCT
ANDERSON CATHY ELIZABETH WF 39 Officer REYNOLDS SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
WRIGHT JASON LAMAR WM 33 Officer BUCKELS SUSPENDED LICENSE
WALKER KIMBERLY LASHAWN WF 39 Officer GRAVITT SIMPLE ASSAULT/DISORDERLY CONDUCT






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