Catoosa County Arrest Report For Dec. 20-26

Friday, December 27, 2013

Here is the Catoosa County Sheriff's arrest report for Dec. 20-26. According to Sheriff Gary Sisk, officers and detectives answered 1,192 calls. 54 were booked on a total of 113 counts. The violations included both misdemeanor and felony charges and were as follows:

Traffic Charges

Brake Light Requirement 1

Driving on Revoked or Suspended License 12

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs 7

Driving without Valid License 1

Duty of Driver to Stop at or Return to the Scene of an Accident 1

Duty to Report Accident Resulting in Injury, Death or Damage 1

Expired Tag 1

Failure to Signal Lane Change or Turn 2

Fleeing or Attempting to Elude 1

Following too Close 2

Head Light Requirement 2

Improper Driving on Divided Highway 1

Improper Lane Change 1

Open Container 4

Operation of Vehicle without Valid Tag 2

Proof of Insurance Required 2

Reckless Driving 1

Speeding 2

Suspended Registration 1

Too Fast for Conditions 4

Violation of Limited Driving Permit 1

Weaving 5

Criminal Charges

Battery (FVA) 1

Bench Warrant 2

Bond Surrender 3

Child Molestation 2

Cruelty to Children 3rd Degree 1

Disorderly Conduct 1

Drinking and Disorderly 2

Drugs to be kept in Original Container 2

Financial Identity Fraud 1

Fugitive from Justice 1

Furnishing Alcohol to Minor 1

Giving False Name or Address to Law Enforcement Officer 1

Hold for Other Agency 6

Interference with Custody 1

Issuance of Bad Checks 1

Obstruction or Hindering Law Enforcement Officers 1

Possession of Marijuana Less Than 1 oz 5

Possession of Schedule II Drugs 3

Possession of Schedule III Drugs 1

Possession of Schedule IV Drugs 1

Probation Violation 3

Public Intoxication 1

Simple Assault (FVA) 1

Statutory Rape 1

Theft by Conversion 1

Theft by Shoplifting 10

Theft by Taking 2

Underage Consumption or Possession of Alcohol 2

Sheriff Sisk reported that in addition to answering 1,192 calls, the following felony arrests were made:

Travis Lee Collazo, age 26, of 15 Tenant Lane Ringgold, GA was arrested December 19, 2013 for Possession of Marijuana Less Than 1 oz and Probation Violation for Possession of Counterfeit Drugs. No bond has been set. Collazo remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Thomas Scott Cross, age 32, of 621 Indian Springs Road Ringgold, GA was arrested December 20, 2013 for Theft by Conversion. Cross was released on $5,000 bond.

Jackie Drotzur, age 54, of 217 Gilbert Street Rossville, GA was arrested December 20, 2013 for Theft by Shoplifting. Drotzur was released on $2,500 bond.

Ryan David Marsh, age 23, of 242 Trace Lane Rossville, GA was arrested December 20, 2013 for Statutory Rape, two counts of Child Molestation and Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor. Marsh was released on $17,000 bond.

Dustin Alan McDonald, age 25, of 15206 Slab Town Road Sale Creek, TN was arrested December 20, 2013 for Bond Surrenders and Bench Warrant for Aggravated Assault, Burglary and Battery. No bond has been set. McDonald remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Timothy Lee Bicknell, age 43, of 73 Leppizan Trail Ringgold, GA was arrested December 22, 2013 for Fugitive from Justice and Hold for Indiana. No bond has been set. Bicknell remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Brian Matthew Eagle, age 18, of 2627 Hixson Pike Chattanooga, TN was arrested December 22, 2013 for Theft by Taking. Bond has been set at $5,000. Eagle remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Tana Leiga Lee, age 35, of 65 Plum Lane Ringgold, GA was arrested December 22, 2013 for Possession of Schedule III Drugs, Possession of Schedule IV Drugs, Drugs to be kept in Original Container, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs, Too Fast for Conditions, Open Container and Weaving. Lee was released on $16,000 bond.

John David Keahey, age 41, of P.O. Box 728 Jasper, TN was arrested December 23, 2013 for Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Driving on Revoked or Suspended License. Keahey was released on $7,500 bond.

Todd Lee Uren, age 47, of 11229 Hixson Pike Soddy Daisy, TN was arrested December 23, 2013 for Financial Identity Fraud. No bond has been set. Uren remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Samantha Jo Rogers, age 28, of 4008 12th Avenue Chattanooga, TN was arrested December 24, 2013 for Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Drugs to be kept in Original Container, Possession of Marijuana Less 1 oz, Driving on Revoked or Suspended License, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs and Head Lights Required. Rogers was released on $15,500 bond.

William Harry Faberman, age 44, of 14261 Spring Hill Lane Spring Hill, FL was arrested December 25, 2013 for Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Possession of Marijuana Less 1 oz and Giving False Name or Address to Law Enforcement Officers. Bond has been set at $8,500. Faberman remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Ashley Rosebud Burt, age 22, of 4327 Dupont Road East Ridge, TN was arrested December 26, 2013 for Theft by Shoplifting. Bond has been set at $2,500. Burt remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Rhonda Jane Doss, age 41, of 393 Murphy Lane Ringgold, GA was arrested December 26, 2013 for Theft by Shoplifting. Doss was released on $2,500 bond.

Brian O’Neal Jones, age 32, of 1024 Forsythe Street Toledo, OH was arrested December 26, 2013 for Fleeing or Attempting to Elude, Speeding, Following too Close, Reckless Driving, Operation of Vehicle without Valid Tag, Improper Driving on Divided Highway, Failure to Signal Lane Change or Turn, Hold for Hamilton County, TN Sheriff’s Office and Hold for Toledo, OH Police Department. Bond has been set at $6,500. Jones remains incarcerated at CCDC.



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