Walker County Arrest Report For Nov. 18-24

Monday, November 25, 2013

Here is the arrest report from Walker County for Nov. 18-24:

CORBIN ANGELA DIANE WF 50 Officer CLIFT AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, PROBATION VIOLATION-MISDEMEANOR
LEMING MARY JACQUELINE WF 50 Officer CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR-FELONY
GENOUVAR ROBERT GIDEON WM 58 Officer MCBEE SENTENCED
HAMPTON BRANDON DAVID WM 30 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY
ERVIN ROBERT LEE WM 44 Officer MCBEE HOLD FOR SENTENCING
CORBIN BILLY WAYNE WM 52 Officer CLARK DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD
WADE WILLIAM LESTER WM 57 Officer MCBEE HOLD FOR PDC
SMITH KAITLIN DANIELLE WF 19 Officer MASSINGALE RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
INGRAM CHRISTOPHER PAUL WM 34 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
WELLBORN KEVIN ASHLEY WM 52 Officer TERRY RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
NATIONS RICHARD TANNER WM 19 Officer TERRY RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
THOMISON MICHAEL CHRISTIAN WM 37 Officer MORRIS RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
ARNSDORF THOMAS LEE WM 21 Officer MORRIS RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
BROOM BRADLEY DUSTIN WM 29 Officer MORRIS RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
BROCK MICHAEL EDWARD WM 59 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
NEWBERRY DAKOTA LUKE WM 18 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
RAPE CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL WM 22 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
CARRINGTON GARY ALLEN WM 27 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
CARTER CHARLES LEONARD WM 44 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
FERNANDEZ FERNANDO GENE WM 33 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LAFAYETTE COURT
KIRKWOOD LATRICE ANNETTE BF 24 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
MYERS JERRY LEBRON WM 65 Officer FORREST BATTERY FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE
KNOX DAMON BLAINE WM 40 Officer CLARK SPECIAL PRESENTMENT INDICTMENT-AGG ASSAULT, SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE (2CTS)
WOOTEN-BOWERS KRISTEN KAREN WF 33 Officer HILL DISORDERLY CONDUCT
ARNOLD JAMICHEL ANTHONY BM 24 Officer LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, DISORDERLY CONDUCT

HARWOOD JANIE MICHELL WF 39 Officer TAYLOR PROBATION VIOLATION-MISD
PARKER CODY LEE WM 24 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR THRU LPD 2CTS
GRAVITT NICHOLAS CALDWELL WM 17 Officer BUCKNER POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA <1OZ, SEAT BELT
WARREN COREY CHAZ WM 23 DOC HOLD FOR COURT
SWANSON JAMIE RENAE WF 37 Officer REYNOLDS ENDANGERING SECURITY INTEREST
JUVENILLE JUVENILLE JUVENILLE - - Officer DUNCAN -
GARRETT MYRANDA GAIL WF 39 Officer MILLER SENTENCED
SMITH BENJAMIN TYLER WM 22 Officer BROWN POSSESSION OF SAWED OFF SHOTGUN, POSS/USE DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
SMITH SETH LOGAN WM 20 Officer BROWN DUI DRUGS REFUSAL, GIVING FALSE INFO, OBSTRUCTION-RESISTING (2CTS), SUSPENDED LICENSE 2ND OFF, FTML
HUGHES ELI ALEXANDER WM 24 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY
WOOTEN-BOWERS KRISTEN KAREN WF 33 Officer MABREY CRIMINAL TRESPASS
JACOBSON THOMAS LEE WM 23 Officer LANG SUSP LIC, NO INS, WINDOW TINT

BROOME CHARLES LEROY W/M 39 Officer CAMPBELL DUI REFUSAL, PROWLING
BROOME JOHNATHAN LEVI W/M 17    Office CAMPBELL PROWLING
WALLIN ORVILLE DERON W/M 46          Office TATE DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
BROOME DECODA LEE W/M 21       Office BROOME THEFT BY TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE
JOHNSON JAMES THOMAS W/M 37 Office ANDERSON POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, DEFECTIVE BRAKE LIGHT
HAWKINS CAMERON ALEXANDER W/M 38 Office ANDERSON POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO MANUFACTURE, POSSESSION OF METH
PRUITT JENNIFER LYNN W/F 23 Office ANDERSON POSSESSION OF METH, OBSTRUCTION
MIELKE ROBERT JAMES W/M 35              DTF MANUFACTURING METH, POSSESSION OF METH
MIELKE PRISCILLA SHORT W/F 41              DTF MANUFACTURING METH, POSSESSION OF METH
MASSINGALE CRYSTAL ELAINE W/F 32 DETENTION RETURNED FROM FURLOUGH
PLOTT DAVID LAMAR W/M 50 Office BLALOCK THEFT BY TAKING
TALBERT HANNAH MARIE W/F 37     Office BLALOCK DISORDERLY CONDUCT
BARNS WESLEY SAMUEL W/M 37 Office DENNY FAILURE TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT OF COURT CHILD SUPPORT
MOORE CHARLES IZ B/M 23 Office CLARK FLEEING OR ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE
WOLFE WILLIAM PERRY W/M 55 Office CLARK RETURNED FROM CATOOSA COUNTY
WHITMAN ANGIE MAY W/F 52 Office KELLY THEFT BY TAKING SHOPLIFTING
BROWN AMBERY RYAN W/F 37 Office CLARK FUGITIVE FROM ANOTHER STATE
DAVISON ELIGE ANCIL W/M 51 Office GRAY VIOLATION OF TPO

HALLMAN JERRY SCOTT W/M 23 Officer CRUISE SEAT BELT, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
WALDEN WILLIAM ROBERT W/M 51          Officer MULLIS 2 COUNTS OF BURGLARY
MEINTZ SHAWN DANIEL W/M 35              DOC HOLD FOR COURT
PONDER VICKI LYNN W/F 50          Officer TATE DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, NO INSURANCE 
SONGER SAMANTHA ANN W/F 36 Officer TAYLOR FAILURE TO APPEAR, SEATBELT
BLALOCK ZENEDA KATHLEEN W/F 51 Officer SUMMERS ENDANGERING SECURITY INTEREST
GOODMAN TABITHA VETTE W/F 35 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
DENNIS GREGORY DOUGLAS W/M 36        Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
HAWKINS BRANDON DESHAWN B/M 22        Officer SUMMERS FAILURE TO APPEAR
ELSBERRY CANDICE MARIE W/F 30 Officer SCOGGINS THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
SAINE VINCENT LAMAR W/M 40 Officer BROWN NO INSURANCE, NO REGISTRATION, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II, POSSESSION OF FIREARM DURING COMMISSION OF CRIME
BAILENGER RUSSELL LEE W/M 24        Officer BLALOCK DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
CARUSO CHRISTY LYNN W/F 37 Officer BAKER DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED, EXPIRED TAG
TAYLOR JOSHUA MCKENZIE W/M 22 DETENTION SENTENCED
BROWN BENJAMIN CURTIS W/M 34 Officer CLARK FUGITIVE FROM ANOTHER STATE
WEBB MATHEW TYLER W/M 23 Officer CLIFT CHARGES PENDING

BRADEN CHARLES MICHAEL WM 24 Officer MORRIS DUI LESS SAFE, DUI CHILD ENDANGERMENT, FTML, OPEN CONTAINER
MILES DOMINIQUE CORTREL BM 22 Officer WILSON FINANCIAL TRANSACTION CARD THEFT 2 CTS
THORNTON CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL BM 41 Officer MCBEE HOLD FOR COURT
FLEETWOOD HARRY JERMAINE BM 32 Officer HOUSER RETURN FROM PFC
SAYRE KAEUL JUSTIN WM 29 Officer CLARK OBSTRUCTION
SAYRE CRYSTAL SMITH WF 31 DTF HOLLIFIELD POSSESSION OF METH
MCNEESE WILLIAM ANDREW WM 55 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE
MCNEESE JESSE ANDREW WM 27 Officer CRUISE FAILURE TO APPEAR RPD
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 44 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
SHELTON JOHN DAVID WM 31 Officer CLARK FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
CAMPBELL KHARMIA NONI BF 33 Officer BLEVINS FAILURE TO APPEAR RPD
ROBINSON SR BILLY DEWAYNE WM 31 Officer BROWN RETURN FROM COMPASSION FURLOUGH
JOHNSON JAMES ALLEN WM 40 Officer CASH SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
LLOID TIMOTHY SETH WM 24 Officer DUNN POSSESSION MARIJUANA <1OZ, CRIMINAL TRESPASS FVA
SMITH JUSTIN KELLY WM 27 Officer CLARK SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
MCCLOUD CHRISTOPHER BRENT WM 30 Officer LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, EXPIRED TAG

BASS BRITTON TYLER WM 23 Officer BUCKNER DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
MENDEZ WALTER DOMINGO WM 21 Officer LANG DUI UNDERAGE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
MCNEESE MARYJANE VIOLET WF 19 Officer BRALDYE HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
HARMON TODD LEE WM 35 Officer CASH SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
TUCKER ALAN HIDEGI WM 54 Officer GIDEON SUSPENDED LICENSE
HARTLINE (MOSIER) BECKY NICOLE WF 25 Officer GRAVITT CRIMINAL TRESPASS FVA, SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA





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