Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Sept. 13-19

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Sept. 13-19:


Christopher Allen Bowman, 52, of 2629 David Circle, Chattanooga was arrested on Sept. 12 on a charge of theft by taking.

Ricky Colbert McLemore, 31, of 125 Champion Road, Rossville was arrested on Sept. 16 on a charge of financial transaction card theft.

Leslie Victoria Davis, 27, of 20 County Road 81, Gaylesville, AL was arrested on Sept. 16 on a charge of financial transaction card theft.



Hannah Brook Waters, 21, of 314 Eagle Landing Drive, Flinstone, was arrested on Sept. 12 on charges of speeding and driving while suspended.

Michelle Lacey Ingle, 30, of 345 Mitchell Lane, Rossville, was arrested on Sept. 12 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Michael David Mohr, 22, of 127 Ridgecrest Circle, Apt. 2, Rossville, was arrested on Sept. 12 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Anthony Robert Desalvo, 28, of 1109 Lee Avenue, Rossville, was arrested on Sept 13 on charges of VGCSA-possession of Schedule II, 
possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, operating an unregistered vehicle, and no proof of insurance.

Matthew Lee Smith, 24, of 74 Tipton Drive, Ringgold, was arrested on Sept. 13 on charges of driving on suspended license, hit and run, 
following too closely, and no insurance.

Virginia Sue Bradley, 53, of 701 Colerain Stree, LaFayette, was arrested on Sept 13 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Lowella Ruth Riddle, 55, of 102 North Flora Street, LaFayette, was arrested on Sept 13 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Dustin Paul Morgan, 25, of 54 Mill Lane, Ringgold, was arrested on Sept. 13 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Shannon Lee Ferguson, 32, 9027 Wooten Road, Chickamauga, was arrested on Sept 13 on charges of disregarding 
traffic control device, expired license, and improper registration.

Bradley K. Bunch, 24, of 10405 Card Road, Apt. 833, Soddy Daisy, TN, was arrested on Sept 13 on an assist other agency.

Joshua Paul Johnson, 33, of 906 Thurman Drive, LaFayette, was arrested on Sept 13 on charges of driving on suspended license 
and expired registration.

Fredy Esteban Domingo, 26, of 3221 7th Avenue Chattanooga, TN was arrested on Sept 14 on charges of driving on suspended 
license and seat belt violation.

Kimberly Ann Coulter, 50, of 13 Edgewood Circle, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on Sept 14 on a warrant.

Amy Danielle Taylor-Cockran, 41, of 508 Tunnel Blvd., Chattanooga, TN was arrested on Sept 14 
on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Cecil Eugene Patterson, 37, of 335 Jenkins Road, Rossville, was arrested on Sept 15 on charges of driving on suspended license
and hit and run.

Scotty Eugene Davis, 32, of 100 Noel Cove, Rossville, was arrested on Sept 16 on charges of disorderly conduct and
misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

William Ray Estes, 40, of 561 Beaver Road, Fort Oglethorpe, was arrested on Sept 16 on a charge of 
misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

Steven Anthony Evett, 32, of 103 Florence Street, Rossville, was arrested on Sept 16 on a charge of 
misd. possession of marijuana.

Frances Aline Estes, 28, of 561 Beaver Road, Rossville, was arrested on Sept 16 on charges of 
misd. possession of marijuana and drug related objects.

Lorenzo Lenell Hood, 41, of 191 Scenic Circle, Ringgold, was arrested on Sept 16 on charges of driving on suspended license
and failure to maintain a lane.

Dean Wilton Smith, 29, of 86 Patty Lane, Rossville, was arrested on Sept 17 on a probation violation.

James Damon Brock, 36, of 91 Westbrook Drive, Rossville, was arrested on Sept 17 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding..... 20
License Required.....5
Pedestrian under the influence......1
Driving on suspended license.....7
Following too closely.....3
Hit and run......2
Windshield and windshield wipers......1
Move over Law......1
Proof of insurance required......4
Expired Tag.....14
Disorderly Conduct......3
Vehicle turning left.......1
Safety belt violation.......4
Failure to maintain a lane......4
Suspended registration......4
Drug related objects.......1
Obedience to traffic control device.......3
Tail Lights......1
Altered tag.......2
Expired license......1
VGCSA felony......4
Driving on the sidewalk......1

Total..... 88



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