Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Feb. 15-21

Thursday, February 21, 2013


Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Feb. 15-21:


Kimberly Pittman, 46, of 198 Little Road, Rossville, was arrested on February 19 on a charge of Theft by Deception.

Charles Fowler, 32, of 1006 LaFayette Road, Rossville, was arrested on February 15 on a charge of DUI/alcohol, Expired License, Failure to Maintain a Lane, Open Container and Wearing Headphones while operating a motor vehicle.

Joseph Holcombe, 26, of 83 Lunsford Lane, Ringgold, was arrested on February 15 on a charge of Probation Violation.

Richard Rapier, 27, of 195 Oak Circle Drive, Ringgold, was arrested on February 16 on a charge of Theft by Bringing Stolen Property into the State, No proof of Insurance, Cancelled Registration and Improper Tag.

John Carmon, 36, of 266 McAffe Road, Rossville, was arrested on February 17 on a charge of DUI/alcohol and making an improper right turn.

Paul Wheeler, 45, of 46 Carroll Hollow Road, Clinton, TN, was arrested on February 19 on a charge of Driving on Suspended License, Window Tint violation and Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device.

Steve Young, 58, of 357 County Road 265, Niota, TN, was arrested on February 20 on a charge of Driving on Suspended License and Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device.

Jarrod Pickett, 28, of 301 Park Lake Road, Rossville, was arrested on February 20 on a charge of Warrant Service(Murder).

Nona Byrd, 40, of 8831 E. Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, was arrested on February 21on a charge of Driving on Suspended License and Improper Tag.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding…….. 10

License Required…….. 1

Suspended License……..4

Disorderly Conduct…….. 1

Proof of Insurance Required ……….. 4

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs ……… 2

Failure to obey traffic control device ……… 12

Window Tint Violation…….. 1

Improper Registration………7

Suspended Registration………. 1

Improper Turn……. 1

Wearing Device which Impairs Hearing or Vision…….1

Lighting Requirements……. 1

Failure to Maintain a Lane …….. 1

Seatbelt Violation ……….. 1

Turning Violations……2

Open Container……. 1

Driving Permit Violation……..1

Tail light Requirement…….. 1

                                                                                                                                                        Total   53

 




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