Walker County Arrest Report For June 23-30

Monday, July 1, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for June 23-30:

LECROY RANDY JOE WM 51 Officer BROWN PUI, LITTERING, CRIMINAL TRESPASS
BRACKETT JACOB MICHAEL WM 19 Officer MORRIS DUI, NO INSURANCE, EXPIRED TAG, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE
BOST JENNIFER ILEA WF 32 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED TAG
GOLEMBLEWSKI THOMAS FRANCIS WM 72 Officer BUCKLES SIMPLE ASSAULT, SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
ELLIS THOMAS LEE WM 52 Officer GARRISON DUI REFUSAL, SPEEDING
LONG STERLING MARIE WM 48 Officer MCCOY THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE
CLEMENTS BRITTANY MAE WF 25 Officer MCCOY SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
TORREY CHARLES ISIAH BM 24 Officer LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING, NO PROOF INSURANCE
HORTON DARIUS JERMAINE BM 41 Officer MORRIS AGG ASSAULT  X4, OBSTRUCTION (F) X3, AGG BATTERY, ABUSE OF ELDERLY PERSON, FALSE  IMPRISONMENT, POSSESSION OF SAWED OFF SHOTGUN, SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA) X2, SIMPLE ASSAULT (FVA), OBSTRUCTING 911 CALL
MACKEY JOHN RICHARD WM 57 Officer GRAVITT TERRORISTIC THREATS, SIMPLE ASSAULT (FVA), GIVING FALSE INF TO LAW ENFORCEMENT
PUCKETT ELESHIA NICOLE BF 27 Officer GRAVITT TERRORISTIC THREATS X4

REYNOLDS CALEB JOHN W/M 20 RPD BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG
FRADY KEVIN RICHARD W/M 33 Officer MORRIS SIMPLE BATTERY FVS, CRIMINAL TRESPASS FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE
HILL TINA RENEE W/F 48 DETENTION WEEKENDER
HAYES JOSEPH LYNN W/M 54 CPD BEASON POSSESSION OF METH, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE, DUI
HILL PETER JOSEPH W/M 26 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
SHERRELL PAUL KENNETH W/M 39 Officer MCBEE SIMPLE BATTERY
SHERRELL JEFFERY WALTER W/M 19 Officer MCBEE SIMPLE BATTERY
DAVIS MATTHEW BRANDON W/M 27 LPD BLALOCK OBSTRUCTION 2 COUNTS, THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
ASHER JEREMIAH OVIA W/M 33 LPD BROOME PROBATION VIOLATION
GEORGE JEFFERY LYNN W/M 48 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
STOKER RICKY LEE W/M  41 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
CROPPER BRANDON CODY TRAVIS W/M 24 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
ELLIS SCOTTY LEON W/M 60 Officer CLARK HOMICIDE BY VEHICLE
MATTHEWS TAYLOR LABRON W/M 17 Officer ENGLAND BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE, THEFT BY TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE

SWAFFORD KATHERINE MICHELLE W/F 32 LPD BLALOCK ENDANGERING SECURITY INTEREST
GILBREATH SETH AARON W/M 24 DETENTION O/ R BOND REVOKED BY JUDGE MULLINAX
MITCHEM ROBERT DELL W/M 41 Officer BREWER CRIMINAL TRESPASS, THEFT BY TAKING
MILES DOMIMIQUE CORTREL B/M 22 LPD TATE DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
ADAMS TERRY WILLIAM W/M 55 Officer MILLER DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD
STEWART WILBURN HIGGENS W/M 49 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
WALKER JAMES THOMAS W/M 24 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
STEPHENS LYNN LAVONN W/M 41 Officer MILLER FUGITIVE FROM ANOTHER STATE
PARTON ZACK SHANE W/M 23 Officer ELLENBURGE DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED, SEATBELT
EASTMAN LORI BROOKE W/F 40 RPD BAKER DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED, TEXTING WHILE DRIVING
BULTER ROBERT WILLIS W/M  50 Officer MATHIS FALSE IMPRISONMENT
VANDERWEID MICHAEL SHANE W/M 25 Officer CLARK CONTEMPT OF COURT
JENKINS CHRISTOPHER SHANE W/M 38 Officer  CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
MCWHORTER KRISTY DANIELLE W/F 27 Officer CLARK   SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
SNOW DAMOND CONRAD W/M 35 GSP BUCKNER DUI, SEATBELT

SMITH LEONARD WAYNE WM 49 Officer ALEXANDER RETURN FROM HMC
PAVLIK KELLY WAYNE WM 38 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
JACOBS JEFFERY SHAN WM 24 Officer ELLENBURG SUSPENDED LICENSE, WINDOW TINT
CARLTON JOHNNA RAHE WF 24 Officer STEELE RETURN FROM DOCTOR APPOINTMENT
BEVERLY CONNIE DIANE WF 40 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
ROGERS BOBBY JOE WM 24 Officer SUMMERS CAPIAS (SUSPENDED LICENSE)
HIX ERICA DIANE WF 26 Officer MATTHEWS PROBATION VIOLATION
DASILVA RYAN FILIPE WM 23 Officer ELLENBURG SUSPENDED LICENSE, ALTERED TAG WITH INTENT TO CONCEAL VEHICLE
ANDERSON KIMBERLY LOUISE WF 33 Officer MCBEE CHILD SUPPORT
HAYES JOSEPH LEBRON WM 30 Officer MCBEE CHILD SUPPORT
TINKER MATTHEW JOSEPH WM 20 Officer MCBEE CHILD SUPPORT
OSBY CHARLES RANDALL WM 36 Officer MCBEE CHILD SUPPORT
KNOX DAMON BLAINE WM 39 Officer COKER SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
HEMPHILL KIARA LENEA BF 23 Officer GARRISON FAILURE TO APPEAR (RPD)
BOSHEARS BREANN NICOLE WF 27 Officer JONES NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED REGISTRATION
DANIEL REBECCA SUE WF 51 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
DAVISON ELIGE ANCIL WM 51 Officer BROWN RETURN FROM ATLANTA REGIONAL HOSPITAL
KING SHERRY LYNN WF 45 Officer CLARK DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD X7
BYNUM AUSTIN GARY WM 20 Officer CLARK ENTERING AUTO

O’SHIELDS DAVID GLENN W/M 38 Officer ELLENBURG DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NO SEATBELT
WISHAM SCOTTIE LEE W/M 22 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
KILGORE JR RONALD LAMAR W/M 30 Officer BROWN REVOKED LICENSE, RECKLESS DRIVING, RED LIGHT, NO INSURANCE, TIRE  REQUIREMENTS
COX LAKOSHA DESHAY B/F 23 Officer PERRY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN – 3RD DEGREE
JOHNSON PATRICK DALE W/M 26 Officer CLARK AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
COLLINS PAUL JUSTIN W/M 30 Officer CAMPBELL THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)
JOHNSON TERRY LEE W/M 61 Officer OWENS THEFT BY TAKING (M)
DUFFEY DERRICK ALAN W/M 29 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, IMPROPER TAG

LIGHT SUE LEESHAINE W/F 23 RPD LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, NO TAG
JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE ----- ---- LPD TATE HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
FOSTER JACKIE JEROME B/M 34 LPD BLALOCK CONTEMPT OF COURT CHILD SUPPORT
THOMISON GARRETT JAMES W/M 20 Officer CLARK INTERFERENCE WITH CHILD CUSTODY
ELLISON MICHAEL CHANCE W/M 19 LPD PLALOCK THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
ORR RAYMOND EDWARD B/M 23 RPD PAYNE BATTERY FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 2ND DEGREE
GAINES KARON DURRELL B/M 23 RPD PAYNE GIVING FALSE INFO
MCNEESE DONALD ANTHONY W/M 48 DETENTION RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
COOLEY JOHN CURTIS W/M 24 Officer MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR BENCH WARRANT, FAILURE TO APPEAR CAPIAS
COTHREN CRYSTAL LEEANNE W/F 21     DETENTION WEEKENDER
MARSH JAMELL WESLEY B/M 26 DETENTION WEEKENDER
COOPER STEVEN JUDSON W/M 24 DETENTION WEEKENDER
HOLCOMB LEONARD TERRY W/M 51 DETENTION WEEKENDER
MILLER LYNN ANDREW W/M 43 DETENTION WEEKENDER
WILSON WILLIAM EDGAR W/M 58 DETENTION WEEKENDER
WHITE JEFFERY TODD W/M 32 Officer CLARK AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 4 COUNTS, TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS
BOHANON WESLEY RANDALL W/M 25 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR CATOOSA
BOHANON MELINDA JEAN W/F 27 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR CATOOSA

PINKARD REGINALD NONE B/M 52 Officer SIMPSON DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
MURPHY JOSHUA RONALD HENRY W/M 20 RPD  MASSENGALE UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION, DISORDERLY CONDUCT, PUBLIC INTOXICATION
TROUPE PATRICA ANN W/F 40 Officer ENGLAND FAILURE TO APPEAR CAPIAS
INGRAM JERRY SEWEL W/M 48 Officer BROWN RETURN FROM HMC
PENCE AMBER MAIRE W/F 19 LPD BLALOCK FAILURE TO APPEAR CITY COURT
HIGDON MARVIN ALLEN W/M 47 GSP BUCKNER DUI, OPEN CONTAINER, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
WINKLER RICHARD ADAM W/M 23 Officer MATHIS SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE ------ ----- Officer ENGLAND TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS, CRIMINAL TRESPASS
FORD KUNASHUS LEANN W/F 23 Officer CHAPMAN DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION

SHARP CHRISTINA FAITH W/F 22 LPD TATE FAILURE TO APPEAR TO LAFAYETTE CITY COURT
WEBB JOHNATHAN TYLER W/M 19 DETENTION HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
INGRAM WILLARD SHANE W/M 34 LPD TERRY AGGRAVATED ASSAULT FVA, TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS
RUSTRIAN CARLOS MILIAN H/M 27 Officer WEBBER RECKLESS DRIVING, FLEEING OR ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE
EATON JESSICA LYNN W/F 26 Officer STANFIELD CRIMINAL TRESPASS
MULL CALEB NATHANIAL W/M 20 CHATTOOGA COUNTY HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
NIX GLENN STANFORD W/M 23 CHATTOOGA COUNTY HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
KILGORE RONALD LAMAR W/M 30 DETENTION FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE





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