McCallie, GPS, Baylor Students Due In Signal Mountain Court July 2 To Face Underage Drinking Charges

Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - by Judy Frank
Ryan William Maum
Ryan William Maum

A tentative July 2 court date has been scheduled for 11 teenagers arrested by Signal Mountain Police after a boisterous weekend party led neighbors to complain.

The teens, comprised of students from McCallie School, Girls Preparatory School and Baylor School, were all charged with underage drinking.

One, 19-year-old Ryan William Maum of 1508 Riverview Oaks Road in Chattanooga, did not show up on county jail records until a day later than the others.

He now faces multiple charges, including two counts of evading arrest, drinking under age, disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Signal Mountain officials said the report of the incident had not yet been filled out.

According to Hamilton County Jail records, arrested students aged 18 include:

  • Blake Logan Maum, 18, of 1508 Riverview Oaks in Chattanooga, charged with drinking under age.
  • Janis Johnston, 18, of 351 Appolo Road in Lookout Mountain, charged with drinking under age.
  • Elizabeth Corey Swafford, 18, of 1418 Walden Forest Road in Signal Mountain, charged with drinking under age.
  • Anna L. Richardson, 18, of 43 Middle Creek Road in Signal Mountain, charged with drinking under age.
  • Kaitlyn E. Richardson, 18, of 500 Dodds Avenue in Chattanooga, charged with drinking under age.
  • Dylan R. Waxler, 18, of 236 Riveredge Cove, Cordova, TN 38018, charged with drinking under age.
  • Cam Linsley, 18, of 795 Fairbrook Lane in Rossville, GA, charged with drinking under age.
  • Matthew Edward Jones, 18, of 4915 Smokestone, Douglasville, GA, 30135, charged with drinking under age.
  • Shelby A. Dooley, 18, of 44 Rock Crest in Signal Mountain, charged with drinking under age, and
  • Anna M. Behrends, 18, of 3408 Harcourt Drive in Chattanooga, charged with drinking under age.

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