Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Sept. 6-12

Thursday, September 12, 2013


Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Sept. 6-12:


Stone, Jonathan Lee, 42, of 105 Hargraves Street, Dalton was arrested on September 6 for driving while license suspended and improper tag.

Stone, Angela Lee, 46, of 105 Hargraves Street, Dalton was arrested on September 6 in an assist other agency.

Kirk, April Lynn, 34, of 368 Hwy 151 Lot 30, LaFayette was arrested on September 6 on charges of driving on suspended license, expired tag, and no insurance.

Millard, Stephen Lebron, 21, of 2251 Nickajack Road, Flintstone was arrested on September 6 for theft by shoplifting.

Mccann, Jasmine Marie, 19, of 2891 Halls Valley Road, Trion was arrested on September 6 for theft by shoplifting.

Coon, Devona Ann, 50, of 1830 Fant Drive, Apt. v128, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested on September 6 for obstruction of officers.

Tocknell, Shelley Marie, 27, of 2602 Berkley Drive, Red Bank was arrested on September 6 for obstruction of officers.

Tocknell, Justin Daniel, 28, of 1830 Fant Drive, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested on September 6 on charges of obstruction of officers and simple battery.

Gaskey, Emily Cheree, 36, of 1370 Trion Hwy, LaFayette was arrested on September 6 on charges of DUI/Alcohol, expired license, failure to maintain a lane, and headlight requirements.

Johnson, Joshua Paul, 33, of 906 Thurman Lane, LaFayette was arrested on September 7 on charges of Driving on revoked license and failure to use turnsignal.

Climber, Joshua Graham, 34, of 90 Eagle Cliff Road, Flintstone was arrested on September 7 on charges of driving on suspended license and failure to maintain a lane.

Keeton, Randal Lee, 26, of 149 Old Grand Center Road, Chickamagua was arrested on September 8 for driving on suspended license.

Wheeler, Joseph Larry, 50, of 3621 Chattanooga Valley Road, Flintstone was arrested on September 8 for driving on suspended license.

Owen, Erica Makayla, 18, of 386 Bradford Court, Chickamauga was arrested on September 8 on charges of DUI/drugs, possession of marijuana less than one ounce and violation of class D license.

Farmer, Patrick Ryan, 24, of 1748 Mission Ridge Road, Rossville was arrested on September 8 for driving on suspended license.

Whitworth, Heather Nichole, 28, of 712 Parklake Drive, Rossville was arrested on September 8 on charges of leaving the scene of an accident, expired license, and reckless driving.

Simonds, Eric James, 29, of 138 Chilhowie Circle, Apt. 201, Benton, TN was arrested on September 9 on charges of driving on suspended license and expired registration.

Swindle, Kala Jane, 20, of 240 Smith Lane, Rossville was arrested on September 9 on charges of driving while unlicensed and seat belt violation.

Chandler, Gregory Mark, 39, of 250 Palm Beach Avenue, Rossville was arrested on September 9 on charges of driving while unlicensed, no insurance, and suspended registration.

Hardy, Brittany Shavon, 25, of 1909 East 25th Street Place, Chattanooga was arrested on September 9 for failure to appear.

Epperson, Gregg Richard, 33, of 2261 Sugarcreek Road, Georgetown, TN was arrested on September 9 on charges of driving on suspended license, speeding, tag light violation, and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.

Kelley, Charles Daniel III, 24, of 125 Hickory Lane, Ringgold was arrested on September 10 on a warrant.

Sipsy, Amanda Renea, 21, of 4202 Hwy 337, LaFayette was arrested on September 10 in an assist other agency.

Madding Jr., Toran Sharhee, 19, of 2601 East 44th St., Chattanooga was arrested on September 10 for underage consumption of alcohol.

Raper, John Allan, 19, of 5236 Dorsey Street, Apt. A, Chattanooga was arrested on September 10 for underage consumption of alcohol.

Shepard, Devonte Anthony, 18, of 1218 East 35th Street, Chattanooga was arrested on September 10 for underage consumption of alcohol.

Citation Statistics:   

Speeding……….22

License required………7

Certificate of registration……….1

Failure to change address and/or name……….1

Possession of schedule IV drugs…………3

Suspended registration………3

Safety belt violations……….12

Driving while license suspended or revoked……….9

Reckless driving……….1

Improper turns……….2

Proof of insurance required……….3

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….13

Failure to obey traffic control devices………1

Failure to obey stop signs or yield signs……….2

License to be carried and exhibited on demand……….1

Driving on roadways laned for traffic……….2

Driving on divided highways……….1

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

Underage consumption……….3

Expiration of license/re-examination required……….1

Registration and license requirements………1

Tail Light Requirements…….3

Head Light Requirements……1

Instruction permits………..2

Duty upon striking unattended vehicle……….1



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