Walker County Arrest Report For Sept. 9-15

Monday, September 16, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Sept. 9-15:

KINSEY JAMES THOMAS WM 48 Officer BLALOCK CONTEMPT OF COURT (CHILD SUPPORT)
JUV JUV JUV WM 15 Officer SIMPSON AWAITING TRANSPORT TO YDC
HILL TINA RENEE WF 48 WALK IN WEEKENDER
FILLERS VANETTE SHAGENE WF 36 Officer LANIER ENGANGERING SECURITY INTREST
STRICKLAND WANE ALLEN BM 34 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
NORMAN FELICA SHAWNTY WF 20 Officer MILLER TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE, PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
QUEEN ROBERT FRANKLIN WM 58 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
SUTTON MARCUS EUGENE BM 20 Officer GIDEON SUSPENDED LICENSE

CRUMP CONNIE LOUISE WF 35 Officer WENTZ HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
TRAMMELL LISA JOYCE WF 49 Officer WENTZ HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
SIPSY AMANDA RENEE WF 21 Officer HILL PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
BRANNON BILLY ALLEN WM 44 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
SPRAYBERRY RICKEY ALLEN WM 42 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
BRADLEY BETTY KATHERINE WF 53 Officer SUMMERS ENDANGERING SECURITY INTREST
PRATER STEFANIE TAMMY WF 33 Officer MILLER THEFT BY TAKING, CRIMINAL TRESPASS
DUNN TYLER RAYMOND WM 19 Officer DAVIS THEFT BY TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE
DEARING PHILLIP PAUL WM 51 Officer CAMPBELL SHOPLIFTING
PARKER CHRISTOPHER EUGENE WM 26 Officer CAMPBELL SHOPLIFTING, DISORDERLY CONDUCT
GEORGE JEFFERY LYNN WM 48 Officer CAMPBELL SHOPLIFTING, DISORDERLY CONDUCT
JACKSON JESSICA DIANE WF 28 Officer CHANDLER DISORDERLY CONDUCT
HOGUE JUSTIN TAYLOR WM 17 Officer REYNOLDS THEFT BY TAKING
ALLISON DELWIN DEWAYNE BM 25 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE
ARNOLD RICKY ERVIN WM 29 Officer TOW SUSPENDED LICENSE
ALLRED DAMELLE LEIGH WF 29 Officer KENDRICK SUSPENDED LICENSE
OLIVER MICHAEL BRANDON WM 33 Officer BLEVINS AGG ASSAULT, PUBLIC DRUNK
BURNETTE DAVID WAYNE WM 36 Officer BLEVINS PROBATION VIOLATION (TRHOUGH ROSSVILLE CITY)
PRATER TRAVIS LEE WM 31 Officer HUGGINS CRIMINAL TRESPASS, THEFT BY TAKING

COONROD SHERIKA CHANTEL BF 24 Officer GARRISON SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG, NO INSURANCE
DIXON DANYELL KAY WF 19 Officer JONES POSSESSION OF METH
TUCKER STEVEN ALEXANDER WM 24 WALK IN WEEKENDER
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 43 WALK IN WEEKENDER
BUNCH BRADLEY KYLE WM 24 Officer LANG FAILURE TO APPEAR

BATES SABRINA NANCY WF 25 Officer EVANS HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA
MCKENNA JAMES EDWARD WM 20 Officer OWENS PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
CALDWELL LOUIE WRIGHT WM 41 Officer GEDDIE DUI, FTML, HIT AND RUN
MITCHUM ROBERT DALE WM 40 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG, NO INSURANCE
GILBERT DONALD ANTHONY WM 46 Officer BUCKNER DUI
HALLMAN JERRY SCOTT WM 23 Officer FORREST SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
BROWN LARRY WAYNE WM 70 Officer BUCKLES SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
WILLERSON ROGER DALE WM 46 Officer BUCKNER FLEEING AND ATTEMPT TO ELUDE, DUI, SPEEDING, POSS OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, RECKLESS DRIVING, SUSPENDED LICENSE
GOLDSMITH GORDON TAYLOR WM 52 Officer CRUISE DUI, SUSPENDED LICENSE, OBSTRUCTION, NO SEATBELT
WALLIN DANIEL JOE WM 34 Officer KENDRICK NO INSURANCE, OPEN CONTAINER, TURN SIGNAL REQUIREMENTS, STOP SIGN VIOLATION X3, WRONG SIDE OF ROAD, RECKLESS DRIVING, SUSPENDED LICENSE, WARRANTS FOR: OBSTRUCTION, FLEEING AND ATTEMPT TO ELUDE
HARRIS BRANDON DALE WM 19 Officer REYNOLDS PROBATION VIOLATION (M), CAPIAS FOR POSS OF MARIJUANA (M)
TACKETT MICHAEL SHANE WM 29 Officer WILSON AGG ASSAULT, OBSTRUCTION, HINDERING 911 CALL, SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)





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