Walker County Arrest Report For Aug. 27-Sept. 1

Monday, September 2, 2013

Here is the arrest report from Walker County for Aug. 27-Sept. 1:

SIMMONS JERMY DEE WM 31 Officer BROOME PROBATION VIOLATION
HILL TINA RENEE WF 48 WALK IN WEEKENDER
HARDING THOMAS MARSHALL WM 48 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
ROSE ERIC STEVEN WM 39 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
MILLER MELINDA SUSAN WF 29 Officer KENDRICK RETURN FROM HMC
FAIRCHILD DAVID MATTHEW WM 24 Officer HILL AFFRAY
ERVIN LEWIS MITCHELL WM 43 Officer HILL AFFRAY
FAIRCHILD TIMOTHY PERSTON WM 28 Officer HILL AFFRAY

BURGIN PATRICIA NICOLE WF 24 Officer BUCKLES PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
OWENS GARY DALE WM 24 Officer ELLENBURG SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO SEATBELT
CODY TABRIA SYAMONE BF 19 Officer PERKINS SIMPLE ASSAULT (FVA), CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY 1ST DEGREE
LOWRANCE DUSTIN CHASE WM 25 Officer MILLER CAPIAS
BRATCHER JONATHAN JACOB WM 39 Officer DIXON HOLD FOR COURT
HARMON CODY SCOTT WM 18 Officer MILLER BURGLARY
MONTGOMERY DONNA KAYE WF 38 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED TAG
HOODENPYLE MARGARET IMOGENE WF 32 Officer GARRISON PUBLIC DRUNK
MARTIN LEONARD ANTHONY WM 44 Officer DUNCAN RETURN FROM HMC
BURDICK ROBERT KYLE WM 23 Officer BUCKLES DUI, OBSTRUCTION, NO LICENSE ON PERSON
HUNT MELISSA KELLY WM 33 Officer BROWN REVOKED LICENSE (F)
CAMPBELL TERESA ANN WF 62 Officer GRIFFIN DUI DRUGS
SITZ JURIA DEETT WF 33 Officer DEDMON SUSPENDED LICENSE
ROBINSON STACEY SHRONDA BF 33 Officer BLEVINS POSS LESS THAN 1 OZ, REVOKED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
THOMPSON NICHOLAS GEORGE WM 17 Officer BLEVINS POSS OF MARIJUANA (M), FAILURE TO OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE
POPE JEFFREY ALAN WM 54 Officer LASSATER SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
LOPEZ-DEVON EMILIANO PABLO WM 27 Officer  BURT SUSPENDED LICENSE
GORDON DARYL LEBRON BM 39 Officer CRUISE DUI
LONGWITH BRADLEY ALAN WM 25 Officer CRUISE DUI
SMITH SHANE DERAN WM 36 Officer ANDERSON CAPIAS (SUSPENDED LICENSE)
NAYLOR NATHANIEL STAMAIER WM 26 Officer ELLENBURG POSS OF MARIJUANA
CASTRO-BANEGAS ALLAN MAURICIO WM 21 Officer BROWN NO LICENSE, FUGATIVE FROM JUSTICE
MORELES SAMUEL NMN WM 37 Officer BROWN SUSPENDED LICENSE
SIMPSON COREY ADAM WM 24 Officer LANG REVOKED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE

JOHNSON JAMES ALLEN W/M 40 GSP BURT DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
BLAKE JOSEPH ANTHONY W/M 22 GSP SUTHERLAND SUSPENDED LICENSE, DUI DRUGS, POSSESSION OF METH, DUI
LOWRANCE DUSTIN BLAKE W/M 25 RPD CARTER DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
PRINCE HAROLD CHRISTOPHER W/M 36 GSP SUTHERLAND DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
VEAL EDDIE COLTON W/M 25 RPD GARRISON OBSTRUCTION, LOITERING
MASSEY DONNY AARON W/M 26 RPD GARRISON OBSTRUCTION, LOITERING
LANCASTER CERAH MELINDA W/F 24 DETENTION RETURN FROM DOCTOR VISIT
MITCHEM ROBERT DALE W/M 40 Officer ANDERSON DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED
BUCHANNON BRANDON MAVERICK B/M 24 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
HAWKINS FRANKLIN DELON W/M 42 Officer LANIER CONTEMPT OF COURT CHILD SUPPORT
BURRIS ERIC SHANE W/M 32 Officer LANIER CONTEMPT OF COURT CHILD SUPPORT
INGLE BENJAMIN DONALD W/M 24 Officer LANIER CONTEMPT OF COURT CHILD SUPPORT
HIXON CHAD CLEVELAND W/M 33 Officer LANIER CONTEMPT OF COURT CHILD SUPPORT
BELT – HAWLEY DALAS WESLEY W/M 20 Officer LANIER CONTEMPT OF COURT CHILD SUPPORT
BLACKWELL STEPHEN LEE W/M 54 Officer SUMMERS POINTING A FIREARM AT ANOTHER
HOLLAND BRANDON ALLEN W/M 19 NOT AVAILABLE PROBATION VIOLATION
VINSON ELDRIN DEMETRIIS B/M 18 LMPD SHANKLES BURGLARY 2 COUNTS, POSSESSION OF FIREARM DURING CRIME, STOLEN PROPERTY INTO STATE
VAUGHN GABRIEL LAMAR B/M 20 LMPD SHANKLES BURGLARY 2 COUNTS, POSSESSION OF FIREARM DURING CRIME, STOLEN PROPERTY INTO STATE
VALES KEVIN ALLEN W/M 24 GSP CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, TAGVIOLATION
JOHNSON JAMES LEBRON B/M 48 RPD MORRIS SUSPENDED LICENSE,  NOISE VIOLATION
NORMAN JAMICHAUL JEROME B/M 20 LMPD SHANKLES BURGLARY
OWENS KIAOMEE DESHAUN B/M 17 LMPD SHANKLES BURGLARY 2 COUNTS

CURTIS NICHOLAS ALLEN WM 23 Officer BLAYLOCK PAROLE VIOLATION
BRODIE TIM RYAN WM 33 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO SEATBELT
JOHNSON JAMES PAUL WM 46 Officer BROWN RETURN FROM  FURLOUGH
THOMAS JUSTIN JACK WM 17 Officer LLEWELLEN THEFT BY TAKING (F)
HEARD SHAWN MICHAEL BM 21 ---- HOLD FOR CATOOSA COUNTY
TUCKER STEVEN ALEXANDER WM 24 Officer BROWN WEEKENDER
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 43 Officer BROWN WEEKENDER
ASHER VERNON NMN WM 79 Officer REYNOLDS DISORDERLY CONDUCT
CARROLL GARY LYNN WM 33 Officer CAMPBELL ENDANGERING SECURITY INTREST(WARRANT), DISORDERLY CONDUCT, OBSTRUCTION
COX RYAN WILLIAM WM 38 Officer BROWN POSS OF ALCOHOL ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
ARIAS GILBERTO PIZA WM 38 Officer BROWN POSS OF ALCOHOL ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
MULLINS DANNY CLYDE WM Officer WILSON DUI, FTML, SUSPENDED,FAILURE TO NOTIFY UPON  STRIKING A FIXED OBJECT
LAMBERT RICHARD SCOTT WM 50 Officer BLEVINS FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

RINGLEY CODY ALLEN WM 19 Officer WILSON HOLD FOR CATOOSA
MOORE TERESA LYNN WF 50 Officer GIDEON CRIMINAL TRESPASS, PUBLIC INTOXICATION
CAMPBELL ANDREW JAMES WM 20 Officer WILSON UNDERAGE CONSUPMTION
CHASTAIN PAYTON ALEXANDER WM 20 Officer WILSON UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION
BROCK MICHAEL EDWARD WM 59 Officer CAMPBELL OBSTRUCTION, DISORDERLY CONDUCT




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