Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Feb. 22-28

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Feb. 22-28:

Dylan Kerr, 28, of 357 Nawaka Avenue, Rossville, was arrested on February 26 on a charge of Entering Auto.

Blake King, 24, of 105 Elizabeth Street, Cartersville, was arrested on February 22 on a charge of Disorderly Conduct and Fugitive from another State.

Jacqueline Sanford, 49, of 59 Flagstone Drive, Rossville, was arrested on February 22 on a charge of Theft by Shoplifting.

Millicent Cunningham, 42, of 518 Menlo Street Apt. #A, Chattanooga, was arrested on February 22 on a charge of Theft by Shoplifting.

Shannon Simmons, 42, of 226 4th Street, Summerville, was arrested on February 23 on a charge of Failure to Appear.

Amanda Pilcher, 20, of 21 Cedar Village Circle, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on February 23 on a charge of Probation Violation.

Billy Joe Whitfield, 31, of 530 Yates Springs Rd., Chickamauga, was arrested on February 23 on a charge of Operating an unregistered vehicle and Fugitive from another state.

Brad Morris, 38, of 481 French Street, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on February 23 on a charge of Suspended Registration and No insurance.

Joseph Gibbs, 26, of 2157 Burnt Mill Rd., Flintstone, was arrested on February 23 on a charge of Driving with Suspended License, Suspended Registration and No Insurance.

Jason Layne, 23, of 130 Alton Terrace, Rossville, was arrested on February 24 on a charge of DUI/Alcohol, DUI/Child Endangerment and Speeding.

Ashley Stailey, 25, of 38 Grove Street, Rossville, was arrested on February 24 on a charge of Theft by Shoplifting.

James Davis, 31, of 739 Crest Ridge Drive, Rossville, was arrested on February 24 on a charge of Probation Violation.

Brandon Harper, 32, of 155 McDonald Drive, Rossville, was arrested on February 27 on a charge of Possession of Tools for the commission of a crime, Giving False Name, Obstruction, Driving with a Suspended License and Defective Equipment.

Nicholas Braden, 25, of 59 Tallent Road, Rossville, was arrested on February 27 on a charge of Probation Violation.

Joseph Scruggs, 30, of 215 Briarstone Drive, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on February 27 on a charge of DUI, Leaving the Scene of an accident.

Hollie Schreckenbach, 32, of 27 National Blvd., Rossville, was arrested on February 28 on a charge of Assisting another Agency with Warrant Service.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding…….. 13

License Required…….. 1

Suspended License……..2

Disorderly Conduct…….. 1

Proof of Insurance Required ……….. 5

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs ……… 3

Failure to obey traffic control device ……… 1

Window Tint Violation…….. 1

Expired Registration………8

Suspended Registration………. 5

Following Too Closely……. 1

Basic Rules…….2

Improper Turn …….. 1

Seatbelt Violation ……….. 1

Brake Lights and Turn Signal Requirement……1

Leaving the Scene of an Accident……. 1

Driving on Sidewalk……..1

Improper Tag…….. 1

Pedestrian Under the Influence……1

Other……4                                                                              

Total   54

 

 

 


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