Walker County Arrest Report For Sept. 15-22

Monday, September 23, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Sept. 15-22:

RUTH CHRISTOPHER SHANE WM 25 Officer COOK HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
GAYLOR ROBERT EDWIN WM 45 Officer COOK HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
UPTAIN DONALD LEE WM 51 Officer COOK HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
HILL TINA RENEA WM 48 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
OTT RYAN LEE WF 22 Officer DENNY SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
DEWEY CRAIG ETHAN WM 23 Officer SUMMERS WARRANT - DUI DRUGS, FTML
GREEN JASON MATHEW WM 33 Officer SUMMERS WARRANT- BURGLARY 6CTS
WALLIN GARRY WAYNE WM 48 Officer SUMMERS WARRANT- EXP TAG, SUSP LIC, RECKLESS DRIVING, FLEEING/ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE, FAILURE TO YIELD, SEATBELT
MASSENGALE MELISA RENAE WF 32 Officer BREWER SUSPENDED LICENSE, DRIVING ON ROADWAY CLOSED TO TRAFFIC
RAILEY RONALD JEFFREY WM 42 Officer BROOME CRIMINAL TRESPASS, SIMPLE BATTERY
BLEDSOE LOUIS LAVON BM 39 Officer MORRIS EXPIRED LICENSE PLATE, SUSP LICENSE, NO INSURANCE

CLEMONS CHRISTOPHER DEWAYNE BM 23 Officer MORRIS DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
SMITH JEREMY SCOTT WM 30 Officer ENGLAND PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY
BLASSINGAME KIMBERLY DAWN WF 29 Officer SUMMERS SPECIAL PRESENTMENT INDICTMENT-POSS OFMETHAMPHETAMINE
WOMBLE JOHN THOMAS WM 27 Officer HOLT SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
GANCEDO AMBER LEA WF 23 Officer SUMMERS HOLD FOR GORDON COUNTY
HOOD KANDICE ELISA WF 30 Officer ENGLAND PROBATION VIOLATION-MISDEMEANOR
O’CONNOR HUNTER ALEXANDER WM 17 Officer DENNY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA 
SHROPSHIRE COLIN CHAVEZ BM 22 Officer GRIFFIN DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED
GARRETT CHASITY RENA WF 30 Officer DENNY PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY
MCFARLAND JOHNNY LAMAR BM 65 Officer STANFIELD AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
FITZGERALD DEREK LEE WM 25 Officer TATE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISDEMEANOR
WALLIN JASON LEE WM 31 Officer BALLARD DUI, EXPIRED TAG, CHILD RESTRAINTS 3 CTS

OWENS DANZEL TYRISE BM 21 Officer MORRIS DUI
BROWN RONNIE LEE `BM 21 Officer MORRIS PUBLIC DRUNK, DISORDERLY CONDUCT
HARTLINE DONALD VESTER WM 50 DETENTION RETURN FROM HOSPITAL
PAINTER ROBERT DERECK WM 29 Officer GARRISON SUSPENDED LICENSE, FAIL TO OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE
NEZ JAMES JOSHUA WM 33 Officer DOYLE POSS LESS THAN 1 OZ
BURNFIN RAYMOND CARL WM 66 Officer STEELE BENCH WARRANT
SINARD BRENDA JEAN WF 53 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, GIVING FALSE INFO, EXPIRED TAG
DOVER ANTHONY SCOTT WM 26 Officer BROWN POSSESSION LESS THAN 1 OZ
BURSE DONNIE LEE BM 58 Officer GRIFFIN SUSPENDED LICENSE, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION
TEAGUE BRENDA MICHELLE WF 45 Officer DUNN AGG ASSAULT
HURT ANGELA JEAN WF 42 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
LOWERY SUZANNE FRANCIS WF 51 Officer BROWN POSS OF METH
BYLER JOSEPH RICHARD WM 53 Officer BROWN POSS OF METH
WILLS KRYSTAL DAWN WF 36 Officer ELLENBURG POSS SCHEDULE 4 DRUGS
COULSON FLOYD LINDSEY WM 30 Officer SUMMERS VGCSA (F), MANUFACTURING METH, POSS OF EPHEDRINE
PEREZ MAUDILIO NMN WM 35 Officer GRIFFIN UNLICENSED, NO INSURANCE, WINDOW TINT VILATION
CRAWFORD MATTHEW LAMAR WM 34 WALK IN RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
HUDSON ERIKA CAMILLE BF 26 Officer LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
FAULKNER BENJAMIN FRANK WM 26 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
HOLLAND RICHARD BRADLEY WM 41 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, TAILLIGHT REQUIREMENTS

KIRK JOHN FRANKLIN WM 45 Officer MILLER CHILD SUPPORT
CAMPBELL VERNA LYNN WF 39 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
HOLCOMB JESSICA NICHOLE WF 24 Officer MILLER THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
FAIRCHILD TROY LEE WM 32 Officer HUGHES RETURN FROM HMC
CRONNAN CURTIS RYAN WM 20 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
JAMES GERALD CURTIS WM 49 Officer CAMBELL POSS OF METH,  CRIMINAL TRESPASS, LOITERING
BLEVINS BOBBY JOE WM 51 Officer SUMMERS SALE OF MARIJUANA
LONG RANDALL LEE WM 36 Officer MILLER CONTEMPT OF COURT
PAISLEY GREGORY LAMAR BM 39 Officer GRIFFIN POSS OF COCAINE, DIST OF COCAINE
MARSH JAMELLE WESLEY BM 26 Officer GRIFFIN SUSPENDED LICENSE
BRYANT JEREMY TYREEN BM 29 Officer BROWN POSS OF COCAINE WITH INTEN TO DISTRIBUTE, POSS OF COCAINE
NEWTON CHARLES EVERETT WM 24 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE
WHITTED CHRISTOPHER DALE WM 24 Officer LLEWELYN BURGLARY X8
WOLF WILLIAM PERRY WM 55 Officer MILLER RETURN FROM HMC
LONG DANNA ALINE WF 38 WALK IN HOLD FOR RSAT
LOWERY SUZANNE FRANCES WF 51 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
MAGIN CHRISTOPHER SHANE WM 36 Officer SUMMERS PAROLE VIOLATION

ADAMS MICHAEL ANTHONY W/M 22 LPD KELLEY SODOMY, AGGRAVATED CHILD MOLESTATION
CARROLL ANTHONY JIMDA W/M 26 Officer ANDERSON PROBATION VIOLATION
COULTER KIMBERLY ANN W/F 50 RPD PAYNE FAILURE TO APPEAR STATE COURT
WALLIN GARY WAYNE W/M 48 Officer STANFIELD SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
TUCKER STEVEN ALEXANDER W/M 24 DETENTION WEEKENDER
MILLER JEREMY RYAN W/M 25 CPD GRAY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
YOUNG DARRYL LEE W/M 42 CPD GRAY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
GERMAINE VINCENT ROBERT W/M 57 DETENTION WEEKENDER
MILLER LYNN ANDREW W/M 43 DETENTION WEEKENDER
REINHARDT ROYCE RONALD W/M 20 CPD BEASON UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION
MANN CHRISTINA NICHOLE W/F 25 Officer TATE SUSPENDED LICENSE, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, NO INSURANCE

PERUCH CEFERINO NONE H/M 30 Officer HORNSBY DRIVING W/O LICENSE
FRASHIER PAUL DEWAYNE W/M 43 Officer DENNY PROBATION VIOLATION
DEBERRY SAMANTHA CORIE W/F 30 Officer DENNY AFFRAY
RICH STEPHENY ERIN W/F 25 Officer DENNY AFFRAY, POSSESSION SCH IV
INGRAM DAMEN DAKOTA W/M 23 WC ANDERSON POSSESSION METH, POSSOSSION MARIJUANA
MANG CUONG NONE A/M 23 RPD MASSENGALE SUSPENDED LICENSE
SHARP CHRISTINA FAYE W/F 22 LPD TATE WARRANT
MENDOZA IGNACIO JR B/M 31 GSP CRUISE EXPIRED TA, DUI, DRIVING W/O LICENSE, OPEN CONTAINER, LIGHT REQUIREMENTS
ELLIS CATHERINE ELIZABETH W/F 38 Officer MORRIS RECKLESS DRIVING, FTML, DUI, STRIKING FIXED OBJECT

PATE SHADOE STEPHEN W/M 53 Officer STANFIELD FAILURE TO YIELD
CROUSE JULIA MONIQUE B/F 43 Officer MORRIS DUI, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE, OPEN CONTAIONER, TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS
SNELLER NATHAN DEAN B/M 18 Officer ENGLAND BURGLARY
MANNIS MICHAEL ALLEN W/M 18 Officer LATTA CRIMINAL TRESPASS
PATTON SAMUEL HOUSTON W/M 51 CPD GRAY DUI, STOP SIGN, NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO REGISTRATION






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