Walker County Arrest Report For Oct. 28-Nov. 3

Monday, November 04, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Oct. 28-Nov. 3:

LONG JEREMY LAMAR W/M 34 K. DENNY DUI, NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENSE
GLOER PARRIS ANTON W/M 42 G. DIXON SENTENCED TO DOC
UVALLE JULIAN JOSEPH W/M 25 T. MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR
HARRISON WILLIAM CALVIN W/M 48 T. MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR
FURJANIC MARK JOSHUA W/M 31 T. MILLER 2 COUNTS OF FAILURE TO APPEAR
WRIGHT SHANE EUGENE W/M 31 T. MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR
STINNETT WALLY DALE W/M 42 T. MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR
MILLER FRANK ANTHONY W/M 33 T.

MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR
CARROLL HILLARY ELISE W/F 28 T. MILLER SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
DEAL CHARLES DAVID W/M 35 D. BROWN GIVING FALSE NAME, MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT, OBSTRUCTION, POSSESSION OF METH
BESHEARS ANGELA MICHELLE W/F 41 P. SUMMERS FAILURE TO APPEAR
SHROPSHIRE QUINCE LADON B/M 31 S. GOINS MANUFACTURING MARIJUANA, POSS MARIJUANA MORE THAN 1 OZ, POSS OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, OBSTRUCTION
TRUJILLO CANDACE ELAENE W/F 35 S. GOINS MANUFACTURING MARIJUANA, POSS MARIJUANA MORE THAN 1 OZ, POSS OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
BROWNING REBECCA DIANE W/F 46 R. CLARK DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD
RUSSELL MARCUS DERRELL B/M 21 P. SUMMERS THEFT BY TAKING
WEST WILLIAM ALLEN W/M 38 DETENTION RETURN FROM HMC
GARRETT JESSICA SUZANNE W/M 27 R. CLARK DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED
BURCIAGIA VELVET DAWN W/F 38 R. CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR
NATIONS STEVEN LINZA W/M 29 R. CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
BISHOP MARY DIANE W/F 19 R. CLARK DUI, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE, SUSPENDED LICENSE, DUI LESS SAFE
DEAL ROBERT LEE W/M 29 R. CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR
MAULDIN JAMES SHANNON W/M 35 M CHAPPMAN WAITING ON REPORT FROM ARRESTING OFFICER
HILL JOE L B/M 56 D. WILLIAMS PROBATION VIOLATION

GANN BRANDON LOGAN WM 26 Officer SIMPSON DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
SMITH CHRISTOPHER ALLEN WM 40 Officer SUMMERS FAILURE TO APPEAR (FEL)
MCCLESKEY JOSETTE RACHEL WF 27 Officer SUMMERS CAPIAS, BOND SURRENDER
CRANFIELD SHAUN PHILLIP WM 33 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT
BRADLEY DARYL ALVIN WM 26 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT
JACKSON GRANT ALLAN WM 33 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT
LATHEM APRIL LYNN WF 29 Officer BROWN POSSESSION OFMARIJUANA (MISD)
MILLER LACY LEANN WF 18 Officer KENDRICK SHOPLIFTING(MISD)
BRADLEY CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN WM 23 Officer ANDERSON PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL), GIVING FALSE NAME, SUSPENDED LICENSE
BALLINGER DANIEL WADE WM 22 Officer MCCONATHY SUSPENDED LICENSE
PEOPLES BLAKE DENZELL WM 21 Officer BUCKNER SUSPENDED LICENSE, HOLD FOR ROSSVILLE PD
HOWARD CALEB COLTON WM 24 Officer GRIFFIN SUSPENDED LICENSE
BRITTON MARK ANTHONY WM 26 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT
CLEMONS AUBREY MICHELLE BF 17 Officer BUCKELS SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
DEARING PHILLIP PAUL WM 52 Officer CLARK CRIMINAL TRESPASS

ROMERO ELIAS GUZMAN WM 23 Officer MABREY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
KILGORE JUSTIN LEBRON WM 25 DOC HOLD FOR COURT
DURBIN BRIAN KEITH BM 35 DOC HOLD FOR COURT
ROBINSON BILLY DEWAYNE WM 31 DOC HOLD FOR COURT
HARRIS TORREY BAYARD BM 36 DOC HOLD FOR COURT
HOWELL VALERIE KAYE WF 44 Officer JONES SHOPLIFTING (MISD)
DANIEL JERRY DEWORN BM 21 Officer CLARK ROBBERY, BATTERY
PITTMAN JOHNATHAN DAVID WM 28 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
HILL JOE L BM 57 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
RICHARDS FLOYD THOMPSON WM 52 Officer GRIFFIN SUPSENDED LICENSE, ALTERED TAG, EXPIRED TAG
BLALOCK ZENADE KATHLEEN WF 51 Officer GRIFFIN PERMITTING UNLICENSED PERSON TO DRIVE, ALTERED TAG, EXPIRED TAG
WILBANKS FRANKLIN GARY WM 44 Officer CLARK BATTERY FVA
WYATT JR RODNEY CAMERON WM 17 Officer CAMPBELL DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE, FAILURE TO STOP AT STOP SIGN
COLLINS ANDREW ALTON WM 25 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
LEDFORD CHRISTOPHER LEE WM 33 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT
GILBREATH SETH AARON WM 24 Officer REYNOLDS SIMPLE ASSAULT
GARRISON KATHY ANN WF 42 Officer CLARK THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY( FEL)
DUCKETT KODEY EUGENE WM 22 Officer GRAY FAILURE TO APPEAR-CHICKAMUAGA PD

GOODMAN GABRIEL ADAM W/M 30 Officer TAYLOR FAILURE TO APPEAR
SAINT JASON ALLEN W/M 28 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
HARMON TODD LEE W/M 35 Officer CLARK SIMPLE BATTERY FVA X2
FARR TIFFANY MARIE W/F 33 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
THOMAS KELVIN LAMARCUS W/M 27 Officer DENNY POSS MARIJUANA W/ INTENT TO SELL/POSS OF FIREARM W/ INTENT TO COMMIT A CRIME
JACKSON JEREMIAH NMN W/M 20 Officer DENNY POSS MARIJUANA W/ INTENT TO SELL/POSS OF FIREARM W/ INTENT TO COMMIT A CRIME
DAVISON ELIGE ANCIL W/M 51 Officer CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR
BEATY JASON HENRY W/M 56 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
WALLIN KENNETH RAY W/M 50 Officer GEDDIE TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS/NO TAG/SUSPENDED LICENSE/FTML/NO PROOF OF INSURANCE/DUI-ALCOHOL

EVANS TYRONE LAMAR BM 44 Officer MORRIS SUSPENDED LICENSE,  OBSTRUCTED VIEW
HAMBRICK LORA ELIZABETH WF 32 Officer MATHIS DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
BARFIELD II JAMES HENRY WM 33 Officer DYE PROBATION VIOLATION (FEL)
SPRAYBERRY MATTHEW CHASE WM 27 Officer CAREATHERS RETURN FROM HMC

WALKER FRANK J B/M 60 Officer KELLEY CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMM. A FEL, POSS COCAINE, POSS/USE DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, POSS TOOLS FOR COMMISSION OF A CRIME
HARRIS JAMES FREDERICK B/M 53 Officer KELLEY CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMM. A FEL, POSS COCAINE, POSS/USE DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, POSS TOOLS FOR COMMISSION OF A CRIME
PATTERSON ADRIEN EUGENE W/M 40 PAYNE RPD DUI, OPEN CONTAINER, STRIKING FIXED OBJ, NO INS, IMPROPER PARKING
MORTON VICTOR LEE W/M 51 Officer HOLT SUSP LICENSE, SPEEDING, CHILD SUPPORT
BOYLAN STEPHANIE MARIE W/F 27 Officer DENNY SUSP LICENSE, NO INS
TUDOR CHRISTOPHER JOHN W/M 33 Officer DENNY WARRANT CHILD SUPPORT




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