Catoosa County Arrest Report For May 10-16

Friday, May 17, 2013

Here is the Catoosa County Sheriff's arrest report for May 10-16. According to Sheriff Gary Sisk, officers and detectives answered 1,498 calls. 47 were booked on a total of 94 counts. The violations included both misdemeanor and felony charges and were as follows:

Traffic Charges

Driving on Revoked or Suspended License 5

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs 11

Driving without License on Person 1

Driving without Valid License 1

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

Duty upon Striking Fixed Object 1

Entering or Crossing Roadway 1

Expired License 1

Expired Registration 1

Following too Close 1

Open Container 1

Seatbelt Violation 2

Speeding 2

Suspended Registration 1

Tag Light Violation 1

Tail Light Violation 1

Weaving 7

Criminal Charges

Battery (FVA) 3

Bench Warrant 1

Burglary 1st Degree 1

Contempt of Court 2

Criminal Attempt at Theft by Taking 1

Criminal Trespass (FVA) 1

Cruelty to Children 1st Degree 1

Cruelty to Children 3rd Degree 1

Drugs to be kept in Original Container 2

Financial Transaction Card Fraud 1

Fugitive from Justice 1

Hold for Other Agency 6

Obstruction or Hindering Law Enforcement Officers 1

Possession of Drug Related Objects 1

Possession of Marijuana Less Than One Ounce 6

Possession of Schedule II Drugs 1

Possession of Schedule II Drugs with Intent to Distribute 1

Possession of Schedule III Drugs 2

Possession of Schedule IV Drugs 2

Possession of Tools for the Commission of a Crime 2

Probation Violation 9

Simple Assault (FVA) 1

Theft by Shoplifting 1

Theft by Taking 3

Underage Consumption or Possession of Alcohol 4

Sheriff Sisk reported that in addition to answering 1,498 calls, the following felony arrests were made:

David Scott Mason, age 45, of 401 National Blvd. Rossville, GA was arrested May 10, 2013 for Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Mason remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Samantha Danielle Newman, age 24, of 1107 Boynton Drive Ringgold, GA was arrested May 10, 2013 for Theft by Taking and Driving under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs. Bon has been set at $7,500. Newman remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Amanda Lauren Smith, age 23, of 121 Ross Hollow Road Ringgold, GA was arrested May 10, 2013 for a Bench Warrant for Cruelty to Children 1st Degree and Cruelty to Children 2nd Degree. No bond has been set. Smith remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Brandon Wayne Hart, age 29, of 465 Oak Street Rossville, GA was arrested May 12, 2013 for Probation Violation, Possession of Schedule IV Drugs, Drugs to be kept in Original Container, Obstruction or Hindering Law Enforcement Officers, Fugitive from Justice, Driving on Revoked or Suspended License, Duty of Driver to Stop at or Return to Scene of Accident, Duty upon Striking Fixed Object and Weaving. No bond has been set. Hart remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Jimmy Lee Frady, age 25, of 3008 4th Avenue Chattanooga, TN was arrested May 14, 2013 for Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Frady remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Kimberly Sue Sprague, age 45, of 4105 Dayton Blvd. Chattanooga, TN was arrested May 14, 2013 for Theft by Taking and Hold for Trenton Police Department. Bond has been set at $5,000. Sprague remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Cassandra Lindsay Stucki, age 29, of 7193 Houser Ridge Lane Hixson, TN was arrested May 14, 2013 for Financial Transaction Card Fraud. Stucki was released on $2,500 bond.

Kory Lane Allmond, age 17, of 8188 Trion Highway Trion, GA was arrested May 15, 2013 for Burglary 1st Degree. Bond has been set at $5,000. Allmond remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Michael Lamar Bruce, age 25, of 1369A Carline Road Rossville, GA was arrested May 15, 2013 for Criminal Attempt at Theft by Taking, Theft by Taking, Possession of Marijuana Less Than One Ounce and Hold for Hamilton County, TN Sheriff’s Office. No bond has been set. Bruce remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Jason Davis Gibson, age 36, of 3415 Sleepy Hollow Road Chattanooga, TN was arrested May 15, 2013 for Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Gibson remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Lucas Scott Justus, age 23, of 1214 Baggett Road Ringgold, GA was arrested May 15, 2013 for Possession of Schedule III Drugs and Hold for Rossville Police Department. Bond has been set at $5,000. Justus remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Alvin Oscar Roach Jr., age 36, of 27 Collie Circle Tunnel Hill GA was arrested May 15, 2013 for Possession of Schedule III Drugs and Seatbelt Violation. Roach was released on $5,500 bond.

Fernando Sanchez, age 66, of 637 88th Avenue St. Petersburg, FL was arrested May 15, 2013 for Possession of Schedule IV Drugs, Drugs to be kept in Original Container and Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs. Sanchez was released on $9,000 bond.

Amber Nicole Currier, age 34, of 179 Potters Way Cohutta, GA was arrested May 16, 2013 for Probation Violation. No bond has been set. Currier remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Annette Elizabeth Hawkins, age 48, of 210 B Norris Circle Tunnel Hill, GA was arrested May 16, 2013 for Possession of Schedule II Drugs with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, two counts of Possession of Tools for the Commission of a Crime, Possession of Drug Related Objects, Possession of Marijuana Less Than One Ounce, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs, Weaving and Hold for Murray County Sheriff’s Office. Bond has been set at $27,000. Hawkins remains incarcerated at CCDC.

Steven Edward Kidd II, age 26, of 606 Fargo Lane Ft. Oglethorpe, GA was arrested May 16, 2013 for Cruelty to Children 1st Degree. No bond has been set. Kidd remains incarcerated at CCDC.



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