Walker County Arrest Report For Sept. 30-Oct. 6

Monday, October 07, 2013

Here is the arrest report from Walker County for Sept. 30-Oct. 6:

BROWN AMANDA DAWN W/F 30 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
GERGUSON JOSHUA HUBERT W/M 33 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
HILL BRYAN ASHLEY W/M 32 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
CLARK RICHARD BRENT W/M 26 Officer MILLER BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE
BROWN JONATHAN HAROLD W/M 32 RPD BAKER PAROLE VIOLATION, POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, OBSTRUCTION
WHITE NATALIE KIMBLE W/F 24 RPD BAKER POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE
MITCHELL JONATHAN ERIC W/M 27 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
HALL SANDY SHEA W/F 45 LPD TERRY PROBATION VIOLATION CITY OF LAFAYETTE
GREEN TIMOTHY LEE W/M 35 PROBATION WILLIAMS PROBATION VIOLATION
ROBERTS JASON WADE W/M 34 LPD BLALOCK CRIMINAL TRESPASS, PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE
DANIEL JAMES DYLAN W/M 20 CPD BEASON HOLD FOR CHICKAMAUGA CITY COURT
HEET TRACEY MARIE W/F 34 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
EVETT TROY LEE W/M 38 Officer CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR TO STATE COURT

WILLIAMS PHILLIP BRENT WM 30 Officer BEST SUSPENDED LICENSE
PITTMAN HEATHER LEE WF 22 Officer BLALOCK CITY OF LAFAYETTE PROBATION VIOLATION
KAPHERR BRANDON KHOL WM 25 Officer MAYNOR SENTENCED TO 120 DAYS
DAVISON ELIGE ANCIL WM 51 Officer DUNN THEFT BY TAKING-MOTOR VEHICLE
BOYD JOSEPH MICHAEL WM 22 Officer MILLER CAPIAS
DAVIS CLAYTON ALEXANDER BM 43 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY
TOMLIN BRENNA TANI WF 25 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY
DAVIS BRIAN EUGENE WM 37 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY
BROWNING ANTHONY TODD WM 42 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT
STRICKLAND DAVID RAY WM 59 Officer WILSON DISORDERLY CONDUCT
HARRIS MASON MCKINLEY WM 18 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISD
PHILLIPS JILLIAM MICHELLE WF 29 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL), EXPLOITATION OF THE ELDERLY
MITCHELL JOHNATHAN ERIC WM 27 Officer CAREATHERS RETURN FROM HMC
PARIS COLE EVAN WM 21 Officer BALLARD DUI/OPEN CONTAINER
COLBERT JOHN CHARLES RAY WM 27 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

HUTCHINSON LONNIE JEMAL BM 58 Officer STEELE SENTENCED TO 30 DAYS 
MCGILL JOSEPH KEITH WM 31 Officer GARRISON FAILURE TO APPEAR RPD
BURNETTE JEREMY RAY WM 33 Officer GARRISON PROBATION VIOLATION (MISD)
GROOMES TIMOTHY MAURICE WM 28 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
SMITH TONY LAVANDA WM 51 Officer STEELE WARRANT-SUSP LIC, DUI LESS SAFE, FTML
MORGAN CHARLIE EDWARD WM 26 Officer FRANKLIN SUSP LICENSE, DUTY UPON STRIKING VEHICLE
SCHWEITZER DAVID LAWRENCE WM 48 Officer FRANKLIN HOLD FOR DADE COUNTY
REVIS JAMES EDWARD WM 41 Officer DAVIS CHILD MOLESTATION, CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT FELONY
FARR TIFFANY MARIE WF 33 Officer GRIFFIN POSS COCAINE, POSS SCHED III, DRUGS IN ORIG CONT, POSS DRUG REL OBJECTS, SPEEDING, NO INSURANCE
BROCK MICHAEL EDWARD WM 60 Officer BLEVINS DISORDERLY CONDUCT
GATES JASON TYLER WM 18 Officer KENDRICK UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

HEARD TERRY DEVNELL B/M 45 Officer BREWER SPEEDING
GREGORY JOHN ROSS W/M 53 Officer ANDERSON POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE
ARRINGTON MISTY JO W/F 27 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
DAVIS AUBREY LEIGH ANN W/F 19 DTF BROWN POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE
NOLL CRYSTAL GAIL W/F 31 Officer MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR TO STATE COURT
ROSE LEROY NONE W/M 43 Officer STEELE PAROLE VIOLATION
VENABLE JAMES SPENCER W/M 41 Officer DENNY SUSPENDED LICENSE, SEATBELT
HENRY BOBBY LEE W/M 48 Officer ELLENBURG NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENSE, DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED, EXPIRED TAG
SMITH JASON SCOTT W/M 31 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
WOODS ANTHONY JAY W/F 31 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
PARSONS KIMBERLY LYNN W/F 49 Officer BROWN PROBATION VIOLATION
KEITH MELISA MARIE W/F 29 Officer SUMMERS RETURNED FROM CATOOSA COUNTY
SEMON DAVID CLARK W/M 34 Officer MILLER HOLD FOR DOC
EADS-DAVIS MELISA ANN W/F 40 Officer CLARK POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE
JENKINS AMY MICHELLE W/F 40 Officer CLARK CRIMINAL TRESPASS
ELLISON MICHAEL CHANCE W/M 19 Officer TERRY PROBATION VIOLATION CITY OF LAFAYETTE
WELLS RANDY EUGENE W/M 53 Officer CLARK TOO FAST FOR COND, WEAVING, SEAT BELT, DUI
BROOME RHONDA KAY W/F 42 Officer BLALOCK FAILURE TO APPEAR CITY OF LAFAYETTE
WELLS RANDY EUGENE W/M 53 Officer TERRY RETURNED FROM DUI TEST

GIPSON CHASE ALLEN W/M 19 Officer BLEVINS DISORDERLY CONDUCT, UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION
JOHNSON NAJEE MARIE B/F 17 Officer BLEVINS UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION
VEAL MARK RODGER W/M 30 Officer STANFIELD PUI
WILLIAMS MARY ELIZABETH W/F 38 Officer DENNY CRIMINAL TRESSPASS
DAY DUSTIN HEATH W/M 32 Officer BROWN BATTERY-FVA
MONTGOMERY SAMUEL EUGENE B/M 49 Officer BUCKNER DRIVING W/O LICENSE
MORRIS GREGORY ALLEN W/M 55 Officer STANFIELD PUI
PENTECOST MANUELA NONE W/F 49 Officer STANFIELD BATTERY-FVA
MITCHELL JERRY WAYNE W/M 60 Officer MONTGOMERY DUI, FTML
BROCK MICHAEL EDWARD W/M 59 Officer TATE DISORDERLY CONDUCT

BALWIN ELLIS BENNETT B/M 48 RPD BLEVINS SIMPLE BATTER FVA
BRYSON KERMIT WASHINGTON W/M 67 Officer CAREATHERS RETURNED FROM HMC
BYNUM ANTHONY DEWAYNE B/M 33 Officer DENNY NO INSURANCE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
BISSON AUDRY LYNN W/F 42 RPD PAYNE NO INSURANCE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
PONDER VICKI LYNN W/F 50 Officer BREWER SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
MILLARD STEPHEN LEBRON W/M 21 Officer DENNY SPEEDING, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
TURNER JULIE ROBIN W/F 25 GSP MCCONATHY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
LOCKHART EMILY MARIE W/F 20 CPD GREY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA






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