Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For April 26-May 2

Friday, May 3, 2013

Here is the arrest report from Fort Oglethorpe for April 26-May 2:

Sharon Cummins, 66, of 374 Gravitt Road, Chickamauga, was arrested on April 30 on charges of Theft by taking and Financial Transaction Card Theft.

Donna Durham, 48, of P.O. Box 671, Blue Ridge, was arrested on April 26 on charges of Driving on Suspended License, DUI/Drugs and Possession of Marijuana.

Amber Mathely, 19, of 136 Noel Lane, Rossville, was arrested on April 26 on charges of Driving on suspended license and tag light requirements.

Matthew Brown, 19, of 417 W 1st, Spencerville, was arrested on April 27 on a warrant service.

Wesley Stevens, 18, of 2212 S. Cedar Lane Apt. 112, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on April 27 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Donna Pierce, 50, of 1411 John Ross Road, Chattanooga, was arrested on April 27 on charges of driving on suspended license and tag light requirements.

Steven Whittaker, 53, of 2012 Rogers Road, Rossville, was arrested on April 30 on charges of Failure to appear 3 cts and failure to appear.

Starla Ahrens, 32, of 436 Red Bud Avenue, Rossville, was arrested on April 30 on a charge of shoplifting.

Joshua Surber, 23, of 265 Austin Circle, Rossville, was arrested on April 30 on a charge of burglary.

Jeffery Surber, 51, of 265 Austin Circle, Rossville, was arrested on April 30 on charges of burglary and possession of a fire arm during the commission of a crime.

Debra McCraw, 52,of 76 Edgewood Circle, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on April 30 on a charge of Burglary.

Brittiany Dover, 21,of 118 McCamy Lane, Rossville, was arrested on May 1 on charges of DUI/Alcohol, drinking and disorderly, failure to maintain a lane and speeding.

Jeffery Keeler, 17, of 112 Callie Circle, Ringgold, was arrested on May 1 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Kory Allmond, 17,of 8188 Trion Hwy, Trion, was arrested on May 1 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

David Carlton Jr, 26, of 1014 Ellis Circle, Cleveland, was arrested on May 2 on charges of driving on suspended license, DUI/Alcohol, expired registration, probation violation, and driving on the wrong side of the road.

Allen Roberston, 47, of 7607 Bonnie Drive, Chattanooga, was arrested on May 2 on charges of driving on suspended license and failure to obey traffic control device.

James Walston, 32, of 1619 Barry Road, Chattanooga, was arrested on May 2 on a warrant service.

Lynn Perea, 56, of 1209 Boynton Drive, Ringgold, was arrested on May 2 on charges of driving on suspended license, no insurance, speeding, and suspended registration.

Rebecca Brindle, 51, of 124 A Summit Street, Rossville, was arrested on May 2 on charges of no insurance and suspended registration.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding…….. 21

Suspended License……..5

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

Following too closely…..2

Driving on the wrong side of the road….1

Seatbelt Violation…… 4

Traffic Light Violation……5

Expired Tag……4

Disorderly Conduct….2

Tail Light Requirement….2

Failure to maintain a lane…1

Leaving the scene of an accident….1

Other…1                                                                                

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Total....52

 

 


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