Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Dec. 13-19

Friday, December 20, 2013

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Dec. 13-19:

Sherry Cuzzort, 38, of 587 Holcomb Road, Ringgold was arrested December 13 on a charge of prescription fraud.

Corey Tory, 21, of 803 Darryl Lane, Chattanooga was arrested December 16 on a charge of auto theft.

Sandra Buttermore, 32, of 500 West M.L. King Blvd, #1209, Chattanooga was arrested December 13 on a charge of theft by shoplifting and felony shoplifting.

Darren Beckett, 32, of 500 West M.L. King Blvd, #1209, Chattanooga was arrested December 12 on a charge of felony shoplifting.

Stephen McCulligh, 31, of 40 Helen Avenue, Rossville was arrested December 12 on charges of driving while license suspended 3rd, firearm possession by a convicted felon, false imprisonment, possession of schedule II with intent to distribute and stalking.

Kris May, 38, of 136 East Circle Drive, Rossville was arrested December 12 for contempt of court.

Kerry Massey, 55, of 1414 McFarland Avenue, Rossville was arrested December 13 on charges of affixing license plate with intent to conceal, alteration of license plate, duty to report accident with damage and driving while license suspended or revoked.

Jake Brown, 22, of 988 Ringgold Road, Lafayette was arrested December 13 on charges of theft by shoplifting and violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act.

Dennis Jackson, 38, of 1720 Big Lake Lane, Hixson was arrested December 13 on charges of driving on suspended license and defective tail lights.

Guy Jackson, 50, of 408 Crest Drive, Ringgold was arrested December 14 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Donna Carnes, 31, of 618 Parklake Road, Rossville was arrested December 14 on charges of expired license, failure to maintain lane, giving false information, no proof of insurance and suspended registration.

John Webb, 62, of 1740 Post Oak Road, Ringgold was arrested December 14 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Matthew Bullard, 31, of 450 Schmitt Road, Lot 15, Rossville was arrested December 14 on a charge of aggravated stalking.

Jemere Adams, 24, of 707 Richardson Street, Rossville was arrested December 15 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain lane and improper parking.

Desmond Beamon, 21, of 714 East 48th Street, Chattanooga was arrested December 15 on a probation violation.

Jony Munoz, 30, of 5569 Highway 95, Rock Springs was arrested December 15 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Merrick Arp, 44, of 158 Fairlane Drive, Rossville was arrested December 16 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Jennifer Arp, 36, of 158 Fairlane Drive, Rossville was arrested December 16 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Amy Snyder, 41, of 584 Pine Grove Access Road, Apartment 209, Ringgold was arrested December 18 on a charge of battery.

Paul Winkler, 42, of 584 Pine Grove Access Road, Apartment 209, Ringgold was arrested December 18 on a charge of battery.

Natasha Ownbey, 37, of 138 Valley Breeze Trail, Rossville was arrested December 18 on charges of loitering and prowling, pedestrian under the influence, drugs not in original container and possession of schedule 4 drugs.

Robert Ownbey, 41, of 138 Valley Breeze Trail, Rossville was arrested December 18 on charges of loitering and prowling and pedestrian under the influence.


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