Walker County Arrest Report For Sept. 23-29

Monday, September 30, 2013

Here is the arrest report from Walker County for Sept. 23-29:

MILL TINA RENEE WF 48 Officer SMITH WEEKENDER
NOWLIN JR MICHAEL DAVID WM 32 Officer SUMMERS CRUELTY TO CHILDREN (WARRANT)
GENTRY JUSTIN GRANT WM 24 Officer SUMMERS CAPAIS WARRANT
BAILEY JUSTIN RICHARD WM 24 Officer CAMPBELL NO SEATBELT, NO INSURANCE, SUSP LIC, POSS MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
ROSE ERIC STEVEN WM 40 MATTHEWS PROBATION VIOLATION
PENCE AMBER MARIE WF 20 Officer SPROUSE RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY
BUFFINGTON BRICE CALEB WM 22 Officer SUMMERS HARRASSING  PHONE CALLS
SHORT ROBERT LEE WM 23 Officer JONES SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
SMITH JASON SCOTT WM 31 Officer SUMMERS POSS OF METH
SHARP CHRISTINA FAYE WF 22 Officer CLARK THEFT BY TAKING (M)
VANDERWEIDE CODY JAMES WM 20 Officer MILLER THEFT BY TAKING
WEAVER JEREMY DION WM 34 Officer MILLER POSS SCHEDULE III  2COUNTS
DAVIS STEVEN WARREN WM 48 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
WOOTEN MICHAEL VINSON WM 30 Officer MABRY SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA), BATTERY (FVA)
LONAS BRANDON CHASE WM 17 Officer TERRY RETURN FROM LPD COURT
GEORGE JEFFREY LYNN WM 48 Officer TERRY RETURN FROM LPD COURT
LITTLE KEVIN LABRON BM 32 Officer LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING, NO INSUANCE
GLEASH RICHARD ANTHONY WM 33 Officer BLEVINS CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 1ST DEGREE
DAVIS DAVID ANTHONY WM 52 Officer CLARK CRIMINAL TRESPASS
BROOKSHIRE JOSHUA DANIEL WM 32 Officer BLEVINS CAPIAS FOR SUSPENDED LICENSE, OPEN CONTAINER, NO SEATBELT
HEAPS DANIELLE DANIELLE WF 24 Officer BLEVINS BENCH WARRANT

BLACKWELL TERRI FREEMAN WF 43 Officer LANG DUI,  IMPROPER LANE CHANGE
SHROPSHIRE ERIC LABRON BM 21 Officer GARRISON FUGITIVE FROM ANOTHER STATE
BURNETTE JENNA LEE WF 27 Officer MAYNOR POSS OF METH
BROWN CLIFTON PAUL WM 32 Officer GARRISON SUSPENDED LICENSE, GIVING FALSE INFORMATION
WILLIAMS JOSHUA WADE WM 31 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION 
CORDELL DANIEL AARON WM 28 Officer CLARK BATTERY (FVA),  PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
WHITE JOHNNY WAYNE WM Officer CLARK SALE OF METH
BUSBIN MICHAEL GEORGE WM 20 CHATTOOGA S/O HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
JACOME KODY RYAN WM 22 CHATTOOGA S/O HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
CLINE NANCY IRENE WF 31 Officer CLARK FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
VEAL MARK ROGER WM 30 Officer CLARK CAPIAS (ABANDONMENT OF A CHILD)

MCBRYAR JEFFERY DAVID W/M 36 RPD COKER FAILURE TO APPEAR TO CITY OF ROSSVILLE COURT
WOLFE STEPHANIE JO W/F 30 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
BETHUNE DANINA LACY W/F 35 LPD KELLEY OBTAINING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE BY FRAUD 
CHRISTIAN RODNEY EDWARD W/M 37 Officer CLARK PAROLE VIOLATION
LOLLY JOSEPH THOMAS W/M 37 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
BYLER JOSEPH RICHARD W/M 53 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
SMITH WOODY ALLEN W/M 36 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
SHRIVER TIMMI MICHELLE W/F 37 Officer BROWN SUSPENDED LICENSE, TAG VIOLATION, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, NO INSURANCE
WILLIAMS HANNAH ELIZABETH W/F 27 Officer GRIFFIN POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, USE OF COMMUNICATION DEVICE IN THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME, SEATBELT, DISTRIBUTION OF SCHEDULE I
MARSH CALEB LAMAR B/M 22 Officer GRIFFIN POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
ROACH CHRISTOPHER MARVIN W/M 43 LPD BLALOCK THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
BENTLEY ASHA LANAY B/F 23 Officer CLARK SELLING OF MARIJUANA
MITCHELL KECIA NICOLE W/F 25           LPD TERRY THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
PILGRIM JESSE RAY W/M 38 Officer SIMPSON POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II, TAILLIGHT VIOLATION

BETTIS STEPHANIE LYNN W/F 28 RPD MASSENGALE FAILURE TO APPEAR TO CITY OF ROSSVILLE COURT
CLARK ERIC LAMAR B/M 43 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
DEFRIESE JERRY SHANNON W/M 17 Officer COKER POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
PARDEN AARON GAYE W/M 17 Officer COKER POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
CRAZE JOHN HUGHES W/M 34 DETENTION RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
LITTLE TIMOTHY CHAD W/M 22 LPD KELLEY DISORDERLY CONDUCT
DIXON DANYELL KAY W/F 19 LPD KELLEY CRIMINAL TRESPASS
GORMANSON DOMINICK RICHARD W/M 21 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
WALLIN PHILLIP EARL W/M 45 Officer BLALOCK TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS
HURLEY SHELLY NICOLE W/F 21 RPD MORRIS DUI, CHILD ENDANGERMENT, WEAVING, IMPROPER TAG, NO INSURANCE, VEHICLE IDENTITY
UPSHAW LIME STACEY JR B/M 17 Officer CARTER SIMPLE BATTERY
HALL ALBERT EUGENE W/M 47 GSP BALLARD DUI IMPROPER, BACKING
COOPER JAMES MICHAEL W/M 42       LPD SCOGGINS SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
JACKSON BRAXTON LAMAR JR B/M 18 LPD TATE UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION
JACKSON BRAXTON LAMAR B/M 46 LPD TATE DISORDERLY CONDUCT
ROBINSON ASHLEY MONIQUE B/F 41 LPD BLALOCK SHOPLIFTING
BLACKSTOCK TIFFANY MARIE B/F 23 LPD BLALOCK SHOPLIFTING
OQUINN JAMES EDWARD W/M 26 LPD WILSON SHOPLIFTING

WELLBORN KEVIN ASHLEY WM 52 Officer WILSON SHOPLIFTING-MISD
BRUCE ROBERT NICOLAS WM 34 Officer STANFIELD POSSESSION OF METH
DRAKE TERRY PAUL WM 42 Officer STANFIELD POSSESSION, FTML
HOWARD LASHANDRA ANN BF 33 Officer GARRISON NO INSURANCE, SUSP LICENSE, NO TAG, SEATBELT-CHILD
PADGETT MELTON ANDREW WM 39 Officer CAMPBELL HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 43 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
GERMAINE VINCENT ROBERT WM 58 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
LOVE JUSTIN TODD WM 25 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR-LPD WARRANT
FORD TIMOTHY JOE WM 46 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT/CAPIAS
JACKSON BRAXTON LAMAR SR BM 41 Officer HILL SIMPLE  BATTERY FVA
GOINS JEFFREY SCOTT WM 33 Officer BUCKELS SIMPLE  BATTERY FVA

WELLBORN KEVIN ASHLEY WM 52 Officer WILSON SHOPLIFTING-MISD
BRUCE ROBERT NICOLAS WM 34 Officer STANFIELD POSSESSION OF METH
DRAKE TERRY PAUL WM 42 Officer STANFIELD POSSESSION, FTML
HOWARD LASHANDRA ANN BF 33 Officer GARRISON NO INSURANCE, SUSP LICENSE, NO TAG, SEATBELT-CHILD
PADGETT MELTON ANDREW WM 39 Officer CAMPBELL HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
MILLER LYNN ANDREW WM 43 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
GERMAINE VINCENT ROBERT WM 58 Officer CASON WEEKENDER
LOVE JUSTIN TODD WM 25 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR-LPD WARRANT
FORD TIMOTHY JOE WM 46 Officer CLARK CHILD SUPPORT/CAPIAS
JACKSON BRAXTON LAMAR SR BM 41 Officer HILL SIMPLE  BATTERY FVA
GOINS JEFFREY SCOTT WM 33 Officer BUCKELS SIMPLE  BATTERY FVA

SHROPSHIRE PATRICK WILLIAM BM 50 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, RED LIGHT VIOLATION






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