Walker County Arrest Report For Dec. 16-22

Monday, December 23, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Dec. 16-22:

ROLLINS KILEY EDWARD WM 22 Officer CHANDLER SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
GREEN TIMOTHY FERRELL WM 49 Officer SUMMERS CHILD SUPPORT
MOORE KATI ELIZABETH WF 22 CATOOSA PROBATION VIOLATION-FEL
ROYAL TODD MORRIS WM 48 Officer MILLER VIOLATION OF TPO (MISD)
GRIM WILLIAM CHASE WM 21 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION-FEL
KIRBY LISA MARIE WF 33 Officer BRADLEY RETURN FROM COURT
DEERING JEROME ACE WM 31 Officer CAMPBELL RETURN FROM LPD COURT
PARKER JOHNNY RAY WM 30 Officer CAMPBELL RETURN FROM LPD COURT
SPRAYBERRY RICKEY ALLEN WM 42 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LPD COURT
PLOTT DAVID LAMAR WM 50 Officer REYNOLDS RETURN FROM LPD COURT
CHASTAIN MATTHEW ALLEN WM 26 Officer MASSINGALE RETURN FROM RPD COURT
WHEAT JOHNATHAN LAYNE WM 48 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION-FEL
GRAVITT ANGEL LUV WF 17 Officer CLARK THEFT BY TAKING-MISD
BLACKMON-TAPP JENNIFER FAYE WF 23 Officer ELLIOT RETURN FROM CHATTOOGA COUNTY
HOLLINGSWORTH JIMMY WAYNE WM 44 Officer HUGGINS FAILURE TO APPEAR- FEL, BOND SURRENDER

CARROLL ELENA RACHELLE WF 42 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION-MISD
ANTHONY JEFFREY WADE WM 35 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION-FEL
RODEN DANIEL CHARLES WM 27 Officer MILLER PAROLE VIOLATION, MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
WILLIAMS ROBERT LEBRON WM 41 Officer CLARK VIOLATION OF TPO
HALL SANDRA INEZ WF 63 Officer BROWN DUI LESS SAFE, SPEEDING, FAILURE TO YIELD
CAMP MICHAEL GREENWOOD WM 36 Officer CLARK IDENTITY FRAUD
SMITH MARY ELIZABETH WF 30 Officer BLEVINS SUSPEDED LICENSE, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, NO INSURANCE
CROFT DANIEL OWEN WM 39 Officer CLARK TERRORISTIC THREATS (4 COUNTS), SIMPLE BATTERY (2 COUNTS), CRIMINAL TRESPASS

VANCE CHAD ERIC W/M 28 Officer MILLER EXPLOTATION OF ELDERLY PERSON
GABRIEL NEHEMUS EZEQUIEL H/M 22 Officer GASS DRIVING W/O LICENSE, FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY, HIT AND RUN
CARUSO CHRISTY LYNN W/F 38 Officer ELLENBURG SUSPENDED LICENSE
JUV JUV JUV - - Officer BLALOCK -
RAWSITON ANDREW MARTIN W/M 46 Officer BEASON MISD-FAILURE TO APPEAR
MASSINGALE CRYSTAL ELAINE W/F 33 WALK-IN RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
CARROLL ANTHONY JINDA W/M 26 Officer CLARK FEL-PROBATION VIOLATION
CAMP MICHAEL GREENWOOD W/M 36 Officer CLARK FEL-PROBATION VIOLATION
HORNSBY MELISA MAE W/F 43 Officer SCOGGINS MISD-SHOP LIFTING
KING SHERRY RENAE W/F 23 Officer CLARK CAPIAS
KERNS NANCY ELIZABETH W/F 31 Officer CLARK MISD-THEFT BY TAKING
PENN WILLIAM HENRY W/M 32 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

PARM JOEL KINSEY W/M 54 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION – F
STRECK JEREMY WARNER W/M 32 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION – F 
YOUNG JOHNATHAN DEWAYNE W/M 30 Officer MILLER BENCH WARRANT
DEAN MINDY ANN W/F 34 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION – F
PARKS CHARLES EDWARD W/M 39 Officer ELLENBURG SEAT BELT, FAILURE TO YIELD/STOP,DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED LICENSE,EXPIRED TAG, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM OF A CONVICTED FELON
WILLIAMS PHILLIP BRENT W/M 30 Officer BROWN DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG, REMOVING TAG TO CONCEAL IDENTITY
LACKEY JOSHUA JAMALE B/M 25 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION – F
HARRIS RACHEL LOU W/F 27 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION – F
MYERS TOBIAS DAVID W/M 43 Officer FORRESTER VIOLATION OF TPO
BAILEY TERRY CLINTON W/M 62 Officer CLARK FORGERY IN THE 4TH DEGREE (2COUNTS)

ESSICK ANTHONY WAYNE WM 41 Officer MILLER SIMPLE BATTERY (WARRANT)
GODFREY JEREMIAH SAMUEL WM 21 Officer STEELE FORGERY 4TH DEGREE
ABBOTT SHANNON RACHEL WF 19 Officer STEELE FORGERY 4TH DEGREE X2
BROWN MARCUS HEATH WM 33 Officer MCCOY THEFT BY TAKING (M)
PENCE AMBER MARIE WF 23 Officer GILLELAND RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY COURT
PRUITT JENNIFER LYNN WF 23 WALK IN RETURN FROM WOMENS OUTREACH
FRASHIER SCOTTY LOVIN WM 32 WALK IN WEEKENDER
TAPP MICHAEL DEWAYNE WM 42 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION

PERKINS JONATHAN LAMAR WM 36 Officer BLEVINS AGG BATTERY (FVA), PROBATION VIOLATION, POSS LESS THAN 1 OZ
MURPHY EDWARD CURTIS WM 40 Officer BLEVINS FAILURE TO APPEAR THROUGH RPD
JOHNSTON MICHAEL BRANDON WM 29 Officer BLEVINS DUI, FTML
MCCONATHY BOBBY JOE WM 43 Officer LLEWELLYN POSSESSION OF FIRREARM BY CONVICTED FELON X3, FALSE IMPRISONMENT X5, RECKLESS CONDUCT X5
BRUCE BRITTANY NASHA WF 26 Officer GARRISON PROBATION VIOLATION (M) THROUGH RPD
MACARIO ALFREDO FERNAND HM 30 Officer LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE

MILLSAP MONICA LYNN WF 41 Officer BROWN PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
MILLER FRANK DEAN WM 27 Officer BUCKLES SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE
NICHOLSON JONATHAN MATTHEW WM 27 Officer CAMPBELL SUSPENDED LICENSE
MCMURRAY MATTHEW ALLEN WM 36 Officer 3 LANG SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
JUV JUV JUV WF - - HOLD FOR MOTHER
CONDRA GEORGE DAVID WM 23 Officer PERRY PROBATION VIOLATION (M) RPD
CAREATHERS TERRANCE DEMITRIUS BM 22 Officer PERRY BENCH WARRANT (FTA) (F)
KING ADARIUS DEMONT BM 24 Officer PERRY FTA (RPD)
GRIMSLEY TODD LYNN WM 25 CHATTOOGA S/O HOLDS FOR TRANSPORT
COLEMAN NATHANIEL LAMONT WM 33 Officer HILL SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA), CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE X3
ESTEBAN-LOPEZ WILIMER OMAR WM 21 Officer BLEVINS W/O LICENSE






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