Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Aug. 15-22

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Aug. 15-22:

Sherry Curry, 43, of 67 Pineridge Circle, Rossville was arrested August 15 on a charge of forgery.

Joseph Blake, 22, of 38 Hollywood Drive, Rossville was arrested August 15 on a charge of theft by taking.

Christopher Robinson, 25, of 112 Pinto Lane, Rossville was arrested August 15 on a charge of theft by taking.

Michael Harris, 32, of 253 Blevins Drive, Ringgold was arrested August 15 on a charge of theft by taking.

Jacob Jones, 18, of 61 Alder Drive, Rossville was arrested August 20 on a charge of sexual battery.

Julia Howard, 30, of 3 Clydesdale Lane, Ringgold was arrested August 15 on charges of attempting to purchase/possess Schedule III, IV and V, driving under the influence of drugs, endangering the life of a child and unable to maintain lane.

William Cronnon, 30, of 10 Nituna Avenue, Rossville was arrested August 19 on charges of theft by shoplifting and criminal damage to property.

Zachery Armstrong, 22, of 52 Rockhaven Lane, Chickamauga was arrested August 17 on charges of pedestrian under the influence and littering.

Amparo Valadez-Esparza, 36, of 9084 Emorywood Court, Ooltewah was arrested August 17 on a charge of driving without a license.

Stanley Whitley, 56, of 208 Club View Court, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 18 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Angela Wodarski, 55, of 9651 Ashton View Drive, Chattanooga was arrested August 18 on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Savannah Stanton, 24, of 1830 Fant Drive Apt. D-20, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 18 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain lane and open container.

Marquise Bryant, 17, of 319 Longview Drive, Rossville was arrested August 18 on a charge of forgery.

William Cronnon, 29, of 10 Nituna Avenue, Rossville was arrested August 19 on charges of criminal damage to property, simple battery and theft by shoplifting.

Brandon Brown, 27, of 5 Montayne Drive, Rossville was arrested August 19 on charges of criminal damage to property and theft by shoplifting.

Teresa Carmichael, 45, of 800 Orchard Terrace, Rossville was arrested August 19 on a charge of failure to appear.

Paul Rizzo, 41, of 371 Hudson Street, Rossville was arrested August 19 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked, suspended registration, expired registration and following too closely.

Jeffery Harris, 51, of 1205 Oglethorge Ridge Lane, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 19 on a probation violation.

Holly Hunt, 46, of 227 Mount Pisgah Road, Ringgold was arrested August 19 on a charge of drinking and disorderly.

Timika Mack, 43, of 147 Crabtree Drive, Tunnel Hill was arrested August 20 on a charge of shoplifting.

Steven Sanchez, 42, of 166 Meadowbrook Lane, Chickamauga was arrested August 21 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and speeding in a construction site.

Nathan Sneller, 18, of 968 Williams Road, Chickamauga was arrested August 22 on a warrant.

Joseph Crisp, 26, of 207 Chamber Street, Rossville was arrested August 22 on a warrant.

Roger Dockery, 26, of 191 Lawman Lane, Tunnel Hill was arrested August 22 on charges of possession of marijuana, violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act and possession of drug-related objects.

Barry Thomas, 23, of 2107 Keith Road, Tunnel Hill was arrested August 22 on charges of possession of marijuana, violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act and possession of drug-related objects.

Tapanga Slaton, 18, of Waverly Motel was arrested August 22 on charges of possession of marijuana, violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act, possession of drug related objects and underage consumption.

David Tremaine, 32, of 584 Pine Grove Road Room 230, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested August 22 on charges of violation of Georgia’s controlled substance act, possession of marijuana and possession of drug-related objects.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding……….65

Speeding in a construction zone……….36

Failure to change address or name……….3

Pedestrians under the influence of alcohol or drugs……….1

License required………1

Suspended registration………1

Driving while license suspended or revoked……….2

Following too closely……….4

Improper turning at intersection……….1

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

Proof of insurance required……….2

Use of fighting words, obscene and vulgar language……….1

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….5

Safety belt violations……….3

Littering highway……….1

Driving on roadways laned for traffic……….2

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs………..3

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

Driving unsafe or improperly equipped vehicle……….1


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