Walker County Arrest Report For Nov. 4-Nov. 10

Monday, November 11, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Nov. 4-10:

JENNY ROBERT LEE WM 32 Officer SIMPSON GIVING FALSE NAME/ADDRESS, FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
DANFORD SCOTT MICHAEL WM 20 Officer TAYLOR FAILURE TO APPEAR (MISD)
GUINN WILLIAM SCOTT WM 41 Officer SUMMERS FORGERY 1ST DEGREE
HOGUE DERRICK DANIEL WM 18 CHATTOOGA HOLD FOR COURT
STOUDEMIRE RETONYA LESHAE BF 33 Officer GARRISON RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
WHITE CARROLL LOLA WF 23 Officer MCBEE SENTENCED TO 15 DAYS
DUNN CONNIE ROSE WF 44 Officer CLARK CAPIAS-EXPIRED TAG, SEAT BELT
PORTER TORRIE CANTRELL BM 20 Officer BLEVINS AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

SUTTON MARCUS EUGENE B/M 20 Officer SUMMERS RECKLESS CONDUCT, MURDER, AGG ASSAULT, POSS OF RIFEARM, PROBATION VIOLATION
BRIDGES HARRY EUGENE W/M 36 Officer SUMMERS SUSPENDED LICENCE, HIT AND RUN
HINTON ADRIAN RASHAD B/M 30 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
HOUGE DERRICK DANIEL W/M 18 Officer MILLER BENCH WARRANT X2
DEANECELLI RON SIRGAY W/M 37 Officer ANDERSON POSS METH, FAILURE TO APPEAR - MISD
BLASSINGGALE KIMBERLY DAWN W/F 29 Officer BREWER CRIMINAL TRESSPASS
CAHEELY SARA MARGRET W/F 37 Officer MAYNOR SENTENCED
GRAY FRANK BYRON W/M 55 Officer CLARK CAPIAS
CARRINGTON GARY ALAN W/M 27 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
PARKER CHRISTOPHER NMN W/M 27 Officer CLARK BENCH WARRANT
SPEER APRIL SHAWN W/F 38 Officer MILLER BURGLARY
JONES RICHARD ANTHONY W/M 36 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
MCLEMORE RICKY COLBERT W/M 32 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR COURT
PARKER RACHAEL NICOLE W/F 21 Officer CLARK OBSTRUCTION

TURNER CHRISTOPHER LESHAWN B/M 22 Officer BUCKNER DUI, SPEEDING
BLASSINGAME KIMBERLY DAWN W/F 29 DETENTION RETURNED FROM COURT
ELLIS ROBIN MICHELLE W/F 43 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
STEVENSON JOSHUA NEAL W/M 34 Officer GIDEON WEAVING, EXPIRED TAG, DUI, NO LICENSE, POSS MARIJUANA, POSS FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON
GIBSON GERALD DEAN W/M 34 Officer MILLER HOLD FOR COURT
SHARP CHRISTINA FAYE W/F 22       Officer ANDERSON GIVING FALSE INFORMATION, SEATBELT
COLLIS NOLAN ROBERT W/M 40 Officer MCBEE SENTENCED
WALKER WILLIAM THOMAS W/M 39 Officer DENNY SIMPLE BATTERY, SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
EDGEMAN TONY RAY W/M 43 Officer LANIER SENTENCED
STRAWTER LEE EVERRETT B/M 39 Officer BATTLES RETURNED FROM HMC
TAYLOR MONTELL NONE B/M 23 Officer GRIFFIN SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
SPATES OCTAVIA SHERRAY B/F 27 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, TAG VIOLATION
CROW TABITHA JO W/F 36 Officer CLARK CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT

BAGLEY ANDRE LAMAR BM 22 Officer TERRY OBSTRUCTION 3 CTS, GIVING FALSE NAME, PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
LYNN DAKOTA DALE WM 20 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
NATIONS RICHARD TANNER WM 19 Officer WILSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, HOLD FOR ROME PD
BAINE DAYMON JOSEPH WM 54 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
BARLOW LESIA MAYE WF 50 Officer MAYNOR HOLD FOR COURT
DEANECELLI RON SIRGAY WM 37 Officer DUNCAN RETURN FROM HMC
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 43 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
LEMONS CHRISTIAN LEE WM 19 Officer CLARK BENCH WARRANT
STEVENS JOSHUA NEAL WM 34 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
WALLIN JOSHUA RAY WM 29 Officer REYNOLDS LAFAYETTE PD PROBATION VIOLATION
WALLIN DONALD JOSEPH WM 39 Officer CAMPBELL POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE
SMITH JESSICA JADE WF 33 Officer REYNOLDS SIMPLE BATTERY, DUTY UPON STRIKING FIXED OBJECT
MARTINEZ LUZ MARIA HF 30 Officer LANG DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED, NO INSURANCE

ARNSDORF THOMAS LEE WM 21 Officer BLEVINS FAILURE TO APPEAR-ROSSVILLE PD
DECORSE SHANNON JO WF 29 Officer ELLENBURG DUI, FTML
JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE BF 15 Officer GRAVITT THEFT BY TAKING-MOTOR VEHICLE
WINKLES DUSTIN CHASE WM 22 Officer MABREY DUI
WINKLES DUSTIN CHASE WM 22 Officer MABREY RETURN FROM HMC
PETERS TIFFANY CHEREE WF 37 Officer BUCKNER NO INSURANCE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
BAILEY F.

H. NMN WM 51 Officer CAMPBELL DISORDERLY CONDUCT, POSS MARIJUANA <1OZ
INGRAM CHRISTOPHER PAUL WM 34 Officer REYNOLDS THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING-FEL
MCCULLEY CASEY EARL WM 29 Officer GARRISON DUI, SUSPENDED LICENSE
LEWIS MICHAEL SHAY WM 40 Officer ANDERSON CAPIAS
GRAVITT DARRELL ADAM WM 28 Officer BUCKELS CHILD SUPPORT

BARKSDALE SHANNON LEVETTE WF 34 Officer OWENS PROWLING
ARNOLD ASHLEY MICHELLE WF 27 Officer OWENS PROWLING
COLLINS TANNER MCKENZIE WM 20 Officer BROWN DUI UNDERAGE, FTML,UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION, DRIVING ON WRONG SIDE OF THE ROAD
SEXTON CHRISTIAN BRYAN WM 34 Officer ELLENBURG DISORDERLY CONDUCT
HARRELL DELORIS JILL WF 45 Officer ANDERSON POSSESSION OF HYDROCODONE, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE IV CONTROLLES SUBSTANCE, FAILURE TO STOP AT STOP SIGN
LIVELY DAKODA ARON STEVEN WM 20 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR- FELONY
SMITH KAITLIN DANIELLE WF 19 Officer GRIFFIN UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION, CAPIAS, HOLD FOR RPD
LONG STEPHANIE MARIE WF 36 Officer OWENS DUI DRUGS
HUNTER AUSTIN LEE WM 29 Officer DUNN SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
CARTER CHARLES LEONARD WM 44 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR-LPD
ERVIN JACQULYN CHRISTINE WF 24 Officer BUCKELS SIMPLE BATTERY FVA







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