Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Aug. 9-15

Thursday, August 15, 2013


Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Aug. 9-15:


Joshua Bell, 32, of 201 Marshall Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested August 8 on charges of speeding and driving while license suspended.

Jamie Swanson, 37, of 62 Woods Meadow Drive, Rock Spring was arrested August 8 on a charge of shoplifting.

Hunter White, 23, of 14609 Rivermont Road, Chester,VA was arrested August 9 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Savannah Hagan, 18, of Nickajack Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 9 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Joshua Parsons, 17, of 6735 Oakmore Circle, Bartlett, TN was arrested August 10 on a charge of underage consumption.

Vrittannia Watson, 32, of 431 French Street, Rossville was arrested August 10 on a charge of driving under the influence.

James Elmendorf, 34, of 4911 Orchard Drive Apt B, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 10 on charges of operation of an unregistered vehicle and driving while license suspended or revoked.

Matthew Holland, 42, of 3 Dogwood Drive, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 10 on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, possession of schedule IV and drugs not in original container.

Jerry Adams, 57, of 584 Pine Grove Access Road, Room 233, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 11 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and a probation violation.

Angela Rudd, 26, of 5835 Connell Street, East Ridge was arrested August 12 on a probation violation.

Christopher Ingram, 34, of 62 Woods Meadow Drive, Rock Spring was arrested August 12 on charges of shoplifting and disorderly conduct.

Jeremy Shelton, 35, of 12B Pegram Circle, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 12 on a charge of driving while license suspended or revoked.

Sawyer Clanton, 19, of 403 Warren Street, Rossville was arrested August 13 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Joshua Johnson, 33, of 906 Thurman Street, Lafayette was arrested August 14 on charges of speeding and driving while license suspended or revoked.

Priscilla Conley, 53, of 19 Kriswood Drive, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 14 on a charge of shoplifting.

Eric Petrel, 34, of 2682 Cantrell Road, Lafayette was arrested August 14 on charges of affixing license plate to misrepresent, driving on suspended license, failure to dim headlights and possession of marijuana.

Nathan Bowman, 57, of 102 Fern Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested August 15 on charges of speeding and driving while license suspended or revoked.

William Norris, 35, of 522 College Street, Carrollton, GA was arrested August 15 on a probation violation.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding……….44

License required……….1

Aggressive driving……….1

Suspended registration………1

Vehicle turning left, failure to yield right of way……….1

Driving while license suspended or revoked……….6

Following too closely……….2

Expired registration……….1

Window tint violation……….1

Disorderly conduct……….2

Failure to move over for emergency vehicles……….1

Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment……….1

Proof of insurance required……….1

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….5

Failure to obey traffic control devices……….7

Safety belt violations……….6

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

Possession of controlled substance……….1

Removing or affixing license plate with intent to conceal……….1

Underage consumption……….1

Failure to obey stop signs and yield signs……….1


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