Fort Oglethorpe Arrrest Report For April 5-11

Thursday, April 11, 2013


Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for April 5-11:


Jarad Hill, 22, of 105 Johnson Drive, Rossville, was arrested on April 5 on a charge of Theft by Taking.

Jerry Pursley, 47, of 423 ½ Schmitt Road, Rossville, was arrested on April 5 on a charge of Probation Violation.

Jesse Turner, 36, of 1700 Roach Hollow Road, Ringgold, was arrested on April 6 on a charge of DUI/Alcohol.

James Dadson, 52, of 1619 Castleberry Avenue, Chattanooga, was arrested on April 6 on a charge of DUI/Alcohol and Failure to Obey Person Directing Traffic.

Wesley Green, 26, of 889 Windrush Loop, Chattanooga, was arrested on April 6 on a charge of DUI/Drugs, Expired Registration and Marijuana Poss. Of less than one ounce.

Timothy Boatright, 36, of 1827 LaFayette Road, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on April 6 on charges of VGCSA Felony, DUI/Alcohol, and Prescriptions kept in original container.

Donna Stephenson, 47, of 300 E 8th Street, Chattanooga, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of Driving on Suspended License.

James Sims, 26, of 513 White Road, Chattanooga, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of Driving on Suspended License.

Katie Kindelspire, 26, of 17 Gilley Drive, Flintstone, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of Warrant Service.

Angela Gale (Rudd), 26,o f 607 Corbley Road, Rossville, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of Driving on Suspended License.

Amber Ritchey, 21, of 705 Millwee Hollow Road, Chickamauga, was arrested on April 7 on charges of DUI/Alcohol and Marijuana Poss. Of less than one ounce.

Justin Ownby, 21, of 442 Brock Road, Chickamauga, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of DUI/Alcohol.

Jessica Dudley, 21, of 115 Dusty Ridge Trail, Ringgold, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of Passenger shall not interfere with driver’s view.

Laura Johnson, 18, of 121 Cedar Creek Lane, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of underage consumption.

Summer Buckner, 18, of 143 N. Elmwood Street Rossville, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of underage consumption.

Gauge White, 19, of 23 Barker Street, Rossville, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of underage consumption.

Janelle Mahaffey, 18, of 213 Foster Drive, Ringgold, was arrested on April 7 on a charge of underage consumption.

Patrick Pitsch, 36, of 1880 Colbert Hollow Road, Rock Spring, was arrested on April 8 on charges of Driving without a license, Disorderly Conduct and Probation Violation.

Ronald Oshields, 59, of 690 Brock Circle, Ringgold, was arrested on April 8 on charges of Driving with a suspended license, DUI/Drugs, and failure to maintain a lane.

Jeffery Turnipseed, 50, of 1959 Peavine Road, Rock Springs, was arrested on April 10 on a charge of Driving with Suspended License.

Johnny Miller, 44, of 31 DeeVue Lane, Rossville, was arrested on April 10 on a charge of Parole Violation.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding…….. 21

License Required…….. 1

Suspended License……..5

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs ……… 8

Following too closely…..1

Improper Turn…… 1

Seatbelt Violation…… 3

Failure to Maintain a lane…..1

Traffic Light Violation……6

Expired Tag……1

Disorderly Conduct……1

Driving while unlicensed………. 1

Possession of Marijuana less than one ounce…..2

Underage consumption…..4

Other….3

Total: 59




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