Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 6-12

Monday, January 13, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Jan. 6-12:

BLACKWELL SAMUEL JACOB W/M 17 Officer BLEVINS DRIVING ON SUSPENDED/NO INSURANCE/EXPIRED TAG
GRAHAM CHRISTOPHER MITCHELL W/M 20 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLTAION - F
JONES JEFFERY LEE W/M 48 Officer CRUISE DRIVING ON SUSPENDED/NO INSURANCE/EXPIRED TAG/FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
LEA TARA ELIZABETH W/F 31 Officer CRUISE FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
ACKLIN LARRY JOSEPH W/M 30 Officer LANG RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
GREEN JEFFERY LYNN W/M 45 Officer LANG RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
CONDRA GEORGE DAVID W/M 23 Officer LANG RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT
MILLER MARK ANDREW W/M 42 Officer CLARK DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD
MILLER JUDY ANN W/F 56 Officer CLARK BENCH WARRANT

JONES ERIC LAMAR W/M 38 Officer CHAPMAN SENTENCED
NICHOLSON RYAN ALBERT W/M 27 Officer MASSENGALE SHOPLIFTING
DOBSON WILLIAM ALLAN W/M 40 Officer BLALOCK CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROP 2 DEGREE, THEFT BY TAKING
SAINE WILLIAM LAWSON W/M 43 Officer SUMMERS FAILURE TO APPEAR 3X (F)
OWENS JAMES JASON W/M 41 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
FARR TIFFANY MARIE W/F 33 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
ADAMS JONAH KAI W/M 29 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG
BURTON DUSTIN DEWAYNE W/M 29 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
SCOTT JEREMY KEITH W/M 34 Officer BLALOCK POSSESSION OF METH
GALLOWAY JENNIFER LEE W/F 33 DTF HOLLIFIELD FRAUDULENTLY OBTAINING PRESCRIPTIONS BY FRAUD
THURMAN ROBERT ALLEN W/M 43 Officer  MORRISON DUI/DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED LISENCE/FTML/NO INSURANCE/DRIVING WITHOUT HEADLIGHTS/OPEN CONTAINER/SEAT BELT VIOLATION
BROWN JOSEPH LEE W/M 42 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

YOUNG JESSE ALLEN WM 45 Officer STANFIELD POSS SCHEDULE IV DRUGS, POSS DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, POSS MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
WOOTEN WILLIAM MAURICE WM 20 Officer MILLER CAPIAS WARRANT (M)
BRODIE RICKEY DON WM 49 PROBATION LEE PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
HURT ANGELA JEAN WF 42 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
JAGERS SEBASTIAN AARON WM 21 Officer GRIFFIN POSS LESS THAN 1 OZ
NICHOLS BARRY LEE WM 25 Officer BROWN SUSPENDED LICENSE
SAINT JASON ALLEN WM 28 Officer CARREATHERS RETURN FROM HMC
GREEN SUMMER BROOK WF 18 DTF Officer POSS LESS THAN 1 OZ
GREEN ANTHONY LEE WM 44 DTF Officer POSS OF METH
WEEMS BILAL ARIF BM 32 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
VINYARD STEVE LAMAR WM 53 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
MYERS JIMMY ALLEN WM 27 Officer CAMPBELL SHOPLIFTING
DAVIDSON JEREMY KYLE WM 27 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, EXPIRED TAG
JOHNSON JERIMIAH ARBY WM 36 Officer LANG SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG
WOODS CHAD DOUGLAS WM 46 Officer CAMPBELL DISORDERLY CONDUCT
WALLIN JERRED LEE WM 24 Officer REYNOLDS SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, TAG LIGHT REQUIREMENTS
BRADLEY IRA NATHANIEL WM 23 Officer REYNOLDS FTA (WARRANT) (M)

LESTER RICHARD EUGENE WM 42 Officer LANG DUI, SPEEDING
KELLAR MELISA KAY WF 34 Officer CAMPBELL POSS OF METH, NO INSURANCE, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENTS, OBSTRUCTION
SCROGGINS ALICIA ROXANE WF 27 Officer CAMPBELL FAIL TO APPEAR (M)
CHAMBERS DANIEL WAYNE WM 23 Officer SUMMERS POSS OF METH
BURNSIDE STEPHEN EUGENE WM 36 Officer SUMMERS POSS OF METH, THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY
BURNSIDE GRETCHEN SCOTT WF 34 Officer SUMMERS POSS OF METH, THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY
MURRAY CHRISTOPHER LINDSEY WM 31 Officer CLARK PAROLE VIOLATION
ELLIS CORTEZ LEBRON BM 25 Officer PERRY PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
JONES ARIAL MARIE WF 20 Officer KENDRICK SHOPLIFTING (M)
DUKES JEREMY BLAKE WM 21 Officer KENDRICK SHOPLIFTING (M)
WEEMS BILAL ARIF BM 32 Officer CLARK CAPIAS X2
CUNNINGHAM AARON BOYD WM 31 Officer PERRY FAIL TO APPEAR (M)
GARRISON KATHY ANN WF 42 Officer BLEVINS BENCH WARRANT

COULTER BURBAM KIMBERLY W/F 50 Officer LANG DUI,SUSPENDED LICENSE,DRIVING W/O LICENSE
MARTIN JEFFERY LEE W/M 50 Officer CLARK BOND SURRENDER,FAILURE TO APPEAR
DAVIS MATTHEW BRANDON W/M 28 Officer MILLER FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
STONE JAMIE NATHANIEL W/M 25 Officer BLALOCK CRIMINAL TRESSPASS,SHOPLIFTING
YOUNG CHRISTOPHER SCOTT W/M 28 Officer ELLENBURG POSS.

METH,MANUFACTURING SCH I,TRAFFICING METH, POSS. OF SCH I AND II
OLIVER JEREMY BRIAN W/M 28 Officer TATE POSS. OF METH
SABEE WILLIAM EDWARD W/M 24 Officer MILLER CHILD MOLESTION X 2, ENTICING A CHIL FOR INDECENT PURPOSE, SEXUAL BATTERY
SMITH DEANNA LYNN W/F 41 Officer ANDERSON POSS. MARIJUANA, POSS. OF HYDROCODONE, POSS METH, POSS SCH IV, POSS OF METH W/ INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE
WEBB WENDY LEANN W/F 31 Officer DUNCAN PROBATION VIOLATION 
GARREN STEVEN TAYLOR W/M 22 Officer MILLER BATTERY FVA
FRASHIER SCOTTY LOVIN W/M 32 WEEKENDER WEEKENDER
WEBB ZOAKARI SCOTT W/M 41 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
ESTES MARQUITA MARIE B/F 22 Officer MASSENGALE FAILURE TO APPEAR
HALE JASON PHILIP W/M 30 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION

SIPES TAYLOR JORDAN W/F 18 Officer SIMPSON HOLD FOR WALTON COUNTY
OWEN DAVID ALLEN W/M 43 Officer McCONATHY DUI
FANZONE JOHN MICHAEL W/M 50 Officer DENNY DUI,SPEEDING
MAXWELL VENUS MARKELA W/F 39 Officer McCONATHY DUI,FTML, OPEN CONTAINER
EDWARDS JASON MICHAEL W/M 37 Officer TERRY SHOPLIFTING (X3)
KITCHENS CYNTHIA MICK W/F 48 MARTIN HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
LEWIS BAMBI MARIE W/F 31 MARTIN HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
FOLLEY DANIEL COLT W/M 30 Officer SIMPSON PAROLE VIOLATION 

SIMPSON ROKILIA TAWANNA B/F 26 Officer MORRIS SUSPENDED LICENSE,OPENCONATAINER,FTML
JACKSON JOHN EDWARD W/M 38 Officer CARTER DUI,SUSPENDED LICENSE,FTML
BLAKEMORE DONNIE WAYN E W/M 39 Officer MCCONATHY SUSPENDED LICENSE,SPEENDING
THOMAS ACOSTA DEVON B/M 36 Officer BAKER SUSPENDED LICENSE,NO INSURANCE, NO TAG
GREGG RHONDA ANN W/F 52 Officer DENNY DUI,SPEEDING,OPEN CONTAINER
EATON TIMOTHY RAY W/M 25 Officer BLALOCK POSSESSION OF METH
PARKER CHRISTOPHER EUGENE W/M 27 Officer TATE PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
TERRELL WENDELL JAMES W/M 44 Officer MCCONATHY SUSPENDED LICENSE,EXPIRED TAG
MORGAN TIFFANY RENEE W/F 24 WALKIN TURNED HERSELF IN FOR TRANSPORT TO PDC
GOMEZ MARLA K W/F 48 Officer MASSENGALE SPEEDING, DUI






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