Walker County Arrest Report For Nov. 25-Dec. 1

Monday, December 02, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Nov. 25-Dec. 1:

ELMORE RANDY BRETT W/M 53 Officer GRAVITT AGG ASSAULT, OTHER WEAPON
FLEETWOOD ROBERT JE B/M 52 Officer MILLER BATTERY
HAMBY BRANDON KEITH W/M 21 Officer BREWER THEFT BY TAKING
SMITH DAKOTA LEVI W/M 24 Officer BREWER THEFT BY TAKING
WORSHAM PAUL EDWARD W/M 25 Officer SUMMERS SPEEDING, DUI, OBSTRUCTION (WARRANTS)
MEDINA GUADALUP PAULINA H/F 37 Officer MCBEE CONTEMPT OF COURT
WORLEY RANDALL JAMES W/M 35 Officer MCBEE CONTEMPT OF COURT
WATKINS CHAD HOYT W/M 34 Officer WOOTEN CONTEMPT OF COURT
MORGAN DEREK FRANCIS B/M 54 LPD BAKER FAILURE TO APPEAR
LEE DEBORAH FAYE W/F 38 Officer PARRISH RETURN FROM HMC
RAINES CRISTY LORRAINE W/F 32 Officer DENNY INVESTIGATIVE HOLD
COFFEL CHRISTOPHER LYN W/M 34 Officer DENNY INVESTIGATIVE HOLD
BURKS BILL GREENE W/M 48 Officer MILLER FELONY – PROBATION VIOLATION
MORRIS WILLIAM PRESTON W/M 19 Officer CLARK MISD- PROBATION VIOLATION
GATES JASON TYLER W/M 18 Officer CLARK BENCH WARRANT

BARNES DONALD CLARK W/M 57 Officer GILLELAND SENTENCED
NORWOOD RASHAD AKEEME B/M 24 Officer CLARK SENTENCED
TAYLOR WILLIAM SHANE W/M 27 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
NATION STEVEN LINZA W/M 29 Officer SUMMERS RETURNED FROM FUNERAL
BURNETTE CHAD LEE W/M 28 Officer  GILLELAND RETURNED FROM FURLOUGH
WHITE CARROLL LOLA W/F 33 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
SWANSON JAMIE RENAE W/F 37 Officer MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR
BERRY MARION JEWITT B/M 22 Officer GILLELAND SENTENCED
SANDERS BRYAN RAY W/M 39 Officer CLARK SIMPLE ASSAULT
CHARTIER BRANDY ANETTE W/F 37 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR CATOOSA COUNTY
STRICKLAND DAVID RAY W/M 59 Officer COKER DISORDERLY CONDUCT
GARRETT RHONDA KAY W/F 38 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
EWING JASON ANDREW W/M 40 Officer CLARK FUGITIVE FROM ANOTHER STATE

BROWN STEVEN CLINTON WM 24 Officer SUMMERS CHILD SUPPORT
MASSENGALE CRYSTAL ELAINE WF 33 Officer BRADLEY RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
KLEIN JESSIKA MARIE WF 24 Officer GARRISON FAILURE TO APPEAR RPD 2 COUNTS
BALL ANGELA DENISE WF 44 Officer BROWN POSS MARIJUANA <1OZ, POSS METH
MOORE DAVID JEROME WM 36 Officer ANDERSON SUS LICENSE, NO INS, CONCEALING IDENTITY OF VEHICLE
BENNETT SHANE STEVEN WM 33 Officer CLARK HABITUAL VIOLATOR, DUI, SERIOUS INJURY BY VEHICLE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, GIVING FALSE STATEMENTS
LAKIN PAUL LAWRENCE WM 37 Officer GRAVITT SIMPLE BATTERY FVA- 2 COUNTS
WILLINGHAM RICHIE DWAYNE WM 45 Officer CLARK VIOLATION OF TPO
MANN ERIK LEE WM 41 Officer CAMPBELL SHOPLIFTING-MISD

NEWBY JUSTIN ALLEN WM 24 Officer CAMPBELL SUSPENDED LICENSE
PAGLENO JAMES ARNOLD JR WM 49 Officer GRAVITT SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
JOHNSON AMANDA LYNETTE WF 35 Officer CRUISE DUI, FTML, OPEN CONTAINER
WALKER KIMBERLY ALICE WF 33 Officer FOUTS SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
UNDERWOOD TERA ANN WF 32 Officer HUGGINS FAILURE TO APPEAR FEL
LEE DEBORAH FAY WF 58 Officer HANEY RETURN FROM HMC
CARROLL JUSTIN MARSHALL WM 28 Officer CASH SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA, CRIMINAL TRESPASS FVA

FARMER BARRON ANTONIO B/M 35 Officer WEBBER SUSPENDED LICENSE AND  REGISTRATION
NEERGAARD JUSTIN CRAIG W/M 29 Officer HICKS SUSPENDED LICENSE (3), EXPIRED TAGS, THEFT BY BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO THE STATE 
ALLEN DUSTIN JEFFEREY W/M 26 Officer ENGLAND PUBLIC DRUNK
SULLIVAN SHANNON ELIZABETH W/F 37 Officer MASSINGALE PUBLIC DRUNK, DISORDERLY CONDUCT
SMITH ANDREA RENEE W/F 38 Officer MORRIS FAILURE TO APPEAR RPD

WILLIAMS ROBERT LEBRON W/M 41 Officer SIMPSON VIOLATION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER
PENA FRANK WADE W/M 48 Officer ENGLAND DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
MOORE CHRISTON DUANE W/M 22 Officer ENGLAND DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
SMITH WOODY ALLEN W/M 36 Officer BLALOCK SUSPENDED LICENSE, TAG VIOLATION
RICHARDSON CHAZ ALAN W/M 18 Officer BROOME POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
MCNABB WHITNEY MARIE W/F 26 Officer BAKER FAILURE TO APPEAR
COLLINS TANNER MCKENZIE W/M 20 Officer BUCKNER POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE





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