Walker County Arrest Report For July 8-14

Monday, July 15, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for July 8-14:

AVANS BRYAN JONATHAN W/M 31 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
MARSH DAVID JUNIOR B/M 37 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
GILBERT JONATHAN DEREK W/M 23 DTF GILLELAND POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, POSSESSION OF METH 
HARMON TODD LEE W/M 35 Officer ENGLAND SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
GREGORY SUZANNA BRITTANY W/F 25 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR WHITFIELD COUNTY
HOLLIS JASON LYNN W/M 43 Officer BROWN RETURN FROM HMC

STONER DAVID DEAN W/M 38 Officer MATHIS FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
HAYES JOSEPH LEN W/M 54 Officer STANLEY RETURN FROM PFC
SISK CHRIS AARON W/M 18 Officer SUMMERS STATUTORY RAPE
YOUNG CANDACE ANN W/F 26 GSP MCCONOTHY DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED, SPEEDING
QUAILS JOHN RANDALL W/M 21 Officer BROWN CRIMINAL TRESPASS
DILLARD TERRENCE LEBRON B/M 22 RPD WILSON DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE, EXPIRED TAG
NANCE PAUL JOSEPH W/M 30 Officer DIXON SENTENCED 
CANNON WINIFRED MICHELLE W/M 50 Officer SCROGGINS SHOPLIFTING
ANQWIN RICHARD THOMAS W/M 61 Officer MCBEE CONTEMPT OF COURT
JETTER WARREN KEITH W/M 45 GSP THOMAS DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
HOLCOMB SAMUEL TODD W/M 37 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
ANDERSON CORY FRANKLIN B/M 32 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION

LOWERY ALAN DAVID WM 47 Officer GRAY SIMPLE BATTERY
WALLIN DONALD JOSEPH WM 39 DTF GILLELEND POSS METH, POSS MARIJUANA (F), POSS MARIJUANA WITH INTENT  TO DIST
HOLT III JOHN DICKERSON WM 40 Officer SUMMERS CRIMINAL TRESPASS (FVA)
ELLISON FREDDY WILLIAM BM 24 DTF DOYLE POSS MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
BALL TESSA LEIGHAM WF 24 DTF GILLELAND POSS OF METH
STOKER CRYSTAL DAWN WF 49 Officer ANDERSON POSS SCH IV DRUGS X2, POSS SCH III,  NO SEATBELT
INGRAM WILLARD SHANE WM 34 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
CREAMER STURGIS LEE WM 18 Officer MCCOY SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
ELLISON ALICIA MARIE WF 22 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY
SMITH TABITHA MARIE WF 24 Officer LANG SHOPLIFTING
VEAL JAMES WALKER WM 38 Officer BUCKLES AFFRAY
BROOME JOHNATHAN LEVI WM 17 Officer BUCLKES AFFRAY
ELLIS SUSAN TRIPLETT WF 43 Officer DUNN DUI  REFUSAL

HUGHES MARTY WADE WM 44 Officer WHITFIELD RETURN FROM HMC
PENCE AMBER MARIE WF 19 HOLDER PROBATION VIOLATION
BARNES MARSHALL BRIAN WM 29 Officer BUCKNER SUSPENDED LICENSE, CHILD RESTRAING
MASON RICKY LEE WM 43 Officer DUNN DISORDERLY CONDUCT
TARVER DARIAN NIKOLE WF 19 Officer ELLENBURG NO LICENSE, SEATBELT, CAPIAS WARRANT
HAYES JOSEPH LEN WM 54 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
DODD ERIC LANCE WM 23 Officer CLARK CONTEMPT OF COURT
ELLISON FRED WILLIAM BM 24 Officer CLARK PAROLE VIOLATION
ALLEN KEYTON JAMAL BM 25 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE

NEWBY JUSTIN ALLEN W/M 23 Officer SIMPSON SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
CAWTHORNE THEODRE ARNOLD W/M 37 RPD LANG DUI, SUSPENDED LICENSE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
MORGAN ROUGE ALLEN W/M 52 Officer BROWN BENCH WARRANT
MORGAN CHRISTI RENEE W/F 44 Officer BROWN BENCH WARRANT
MCCANN JASMINE MARIE W/F 19 LPD TATE SHOPLIFTING
ROWLAND ANDREW GLENN W/M 29 Officer GRIFFEN SPEEDING, POSS SHC III, POSS SCH IV, SUSP LIC, POSS MARIJ, USE OF COM DEV
EDWARDS SHARRON ELAINE W/F 35 Officer MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR TO CITY OF ROSSVILLE COURT
BROOME DEBORAH K W/F 43 Officer MILLER ENDANGERING SECURITY INTEREST
DAVIS CLAYTON ALEXANDER B/M 43 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
NUNEZ ANONIO NONE H/M 45 Officer ANDERSON DRIVING UNLICENSED, NO INSURANCE, 30 DAYS TO REGISTER
MATHEWS TAYLOR LABRON W/M 17 Officer CLARK BURGLARY, THEFT BY TAKING
MOORE KAYLOR NICOLE W/F 17 LPD TATE SHOPLIFTING
GENTRY GARTH ANTHONY W/M 32 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
MILLER LYNN ANDREW W/M 43 Officer BROWN WEEKENDER
DAVENPORT CHRISTOPHER LEE W/M 43 Officer BROWN WEEKENDER
GERMAINE VENCIENT ROBERT W/M 57 Officer BROWN WEEKENDER
WILSON WILLIAM EDGAR W/M 58 Officer BROWN WEEKENDER
YOUNES TIMOTHY MICHAEL W/M 30 GSP THOMAS WEAVING, DUI, NO INSURANCE
LACEY KIM ELIZABETH W/F 42 Officer CLARK FAILURE TO APPEAR

DAWN NEAL ALEXANDER W/M 26 Officer CHAPMAN BATTERY FVA
DAWN ANGELA ELIZABETH W/M 37 Officer CHAPMAN BATTERY FVA
DENTON JOSHUA CLARK W/M 28 DETENTION RETURNED FROM HMC
FOSTER SHENAY LAVERN B/F 28 CPD BEASON FALSE INFO, NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO LICENSE ON PERSON, IDENTITY FRAUD


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