Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For June 14-20

Friday, June 21, 2013


Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for June 14-20:


Sherry Cuzzort, 37, of 587 Holcomb Road, Ringgold was arrested June 18 on charges of forgery and giving false name to police.

Jeremy Morris, 19, of 1252 Grand Center Road, Chickamauga was arrested June 14 on a charge of loitering and prowling.

Samantha Lawrence, 22, of 192 Roundtree Drive, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 14 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Dusty Hale, 37, of 8127 Snow Hill Road, Ooltewah was arrested June 14 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Latrice Kirkwood, 24, of 515 West Gordon Avenue, Rossville was arrested June 14 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and seat belt violation.

Rhonda Doss, 41, of 393 Murphy Lane, Ringgold was arrested June 14 on a charge of driving under the influence of drugs.

Phillip Seay, 23, of 84 Green Valley Drive, Rock Springs was arrested June 15 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, open container and speeding.

Winston Parson, 22, of 116 South Cedar Lane, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 15 on charges of drinking and disorderly, disorderly conduct and noise ordinance.

Jacob Burnett, 20, of 72 Crest Drive, Rock Springs was arrested June 16 on a charge of underage consumption.

Ethan Ridley, 20, of 230 Abney Hollow Road, Lafayette was arrested June 16 on a charge of underage consumption.

Justin Yarber, 19, of 961 Kay Conley Road, Rock Springs was arrested June 16 on a charge of underage consumption.

Sarah Hampton, 19, of 106 Red Oak Drive, Lafayette was arrested June 16 on a charge of underage consumption.

Luke Payne, 20, of 126 Center Grove Road, Lafayette was arrested June 16 on charges of underage consumption and seat belt violation.

Brent Castleberry, 25, of 127 Chris Lane, Chickamauga was arrested June 16 on charges of battery, criminal damage to property, cruelty to a child, disorderly conduct, interference with government property, obstruction and terroristic threats.

Charles Newton, 24, of 3348 Easton Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested June 19 on charges of driving while license suspended and defective tag light.

David Seier, 46, of 8616 Denmark Lane, Knoxville was arrested June 19 on a charge of public intoxication.

Jennifer White, 25, of 269 Steele Road, Rossville was arrested June 19 on a charge of simple battery.

Lisa Abercrombie, 41, of 8817 Great Family Trail, Ooltewah was arrested June 20 on a probation violation.

Desmond Law, 22, of 417 Sparks Street, Ringgold was arrested June 20 on a charge of driving on suspended.

Citation Statistics: 

Speeding……….8

Driving while license suspended or revoked……….3

Following too closely……….2

Proof of insurance required……….1

Use of fighting words, obscene and vulgar language………2

Safety belt violations……….6

Operation of vehicle without a current plate………..3

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs………..2

Instruction permits and temporary licenses……….1

Public drunkenness………..1

Defective tail lights………..1

Underage consumption……….5

Possession of open container of alcoholic beverage while operating vehicle……1

Alteration of license plates……….1

Loitering and prowling………1



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