Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 13-19

Monday, January 20, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Jan. 13-19:

WEAVER JEREMY DION WM 34 Officer STANFIELD BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE
DANIELS NANCY RUTH WF 48 KELLY PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
NELSON MICHAEL LEBRON WM 62 Officer CAMPBELL DISORDERLY CONDUCT
BANDY JEREMY CLEMENTS WM 39 Officer MULLINS HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
JENNINGS JOHN DAVID WM 20 Officer MCBEE HOLD FOR COURT
BURGESS CHARLES NATHAN WM 30 Officer MCBEE SENTENCED
BOSHEARS BREANN NICOLE WF 27 Officer WILSON CRIMINAL TRESPASS
WILSON JUSTIN LEE WM 19 Officer WILSON HOLD FOR GWINNITT
MARTIN LEONARD ANTHONY WM 45 Officer CLARK ESCAPE (WARRANT)
CAMPBELL KAREN RENEE WF 23 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
NEAL CEDRIC LAMAR BM 56 Officer BALLARD DUI, FTML, TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS
WHITE JONATHAN DAVID WM 25 Officer BLEVINS DUI, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENTS
WEBB MATTHEW TYLER WM 23 Officer CLARK MISUSE OF FIREARM WHILE HUNTING (F), HUNTING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS, HUNTING W/O BIG GAME LICENSE, HUNTING W/O LICENSE,
HUNTING WITH ILLEAGAL AMMUNITION, DISCHARGING FIREARM WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE, HUNTING W/O FLORECENT ORANGE VEST

SMITH DAKOTA LEVI WM 24 Officer WHITFIELD RETURN FROM HMC
CHANEY MICHAEL WESLEY WM 46 Officer SUMMERS PROCATION VIOLATION (F)
LYNN DAKOTA DALE WM 20 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
JACKSON DOMINIQUE JAMAL BM 17 Officer MILLER ARMED ROBBERY X2, AGG ASSAULT
FAIRCHILD AMANDA CHERI WF 28 Officer CLARK THEFT BY TAKING (F)
HAMMOND KELLEY LYNNE WF 36 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION
TREADAWAY DONNIE LEE WM 39 Officer GEDDIE SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
EDWARDS JEREMY SHANE WM 32 Officer CLARK BURGLARY

MILLER FORREST CHASE W/ 19 Officer REYNOLDS FAILURE TO APPEAR
CAMPBELL SETH BRIAN W/ 34 Officer PAYNE SUSPENDED LICNENSE,NOTAG
CAWAN JAMES DAVID W/ 26 Officer ENGLAND AGG ASSAULT,FASLE IMPRISONMENT,SIMPLE ASSAULT,CRIMINAL TRESSPASS
SILVY CODY WAYNE W/ 18 Officer STANFIELD CRIMINAL TRESPASS
ROBERTSON MICHAEL LEE W/ 24 Officer GASS RECKLESS DRIVING,PASSING IN A NO PASSING ZONE
PHILLIPS DAKOTA WAYNE W/ 18 Officer TERRY SHOP LIFTING
FORESTER JASON SCOTT W/ 37 Officer CLARK HOLD FOR CATOOSA
HAWKINS BRANDON BASEN B/ 22 Officer CLARK ARMED ROBBERY,AGG ASSAULT,PROBATION VIOLATION,POSSESSION F A WEAPON DURING A CRIME
OLIVER JEREMY BRYSON W/ 28 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION-F
EATON TIMOTHY RAY W/ 25 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION-F

MCKENZIE ELIZABETH ASHLEY W/F 22 Officer TATE DRIVIN ON SUSPENDED
NICHOLS CHELSEA NICOLE W/F 28 Officer BLALOCK PROBATION (M)
BAKER GREGORY RAY W/M 34 Officer BLALOCK PROBATION (F)
HOLLAND RANDY KEITH W/M 18 Officer BLALOCK PROBATION (F)
HALE JASON PHILLIP W/M 30 Officer GEBELEIN RETURN FROM HMC
ELLIS TARA LEIGH W/F 29 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
TEEMS KELSEY LEE W/M 17 Officer COKER UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION
BRYANT BARRY RYAN W/M 35 Officer MILLER WARRANT (M) PROBATION VIOLATION
CROWDER JUSTIN HEATH W/M 32 Officer SUMMERS CAPIUS
MCCONNELL WILLIAM RYAN W/M 18 Officer TERRY FAILURE TO APPEAR
PENA FRANK WADE W/M 42 Officer GRIFFIN NO INSURANCE.

FAILURE TO OBEY STOP SIGN, LICENSE SUSP. SEAT BELT VIOLATION
ELLIS JONATHON LEE W/M 45 Officer CLARK FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER WARRANT
JUV JUV JUV -- -- Officer MILLER ARMED ROBERY X2
BAGGETT KRIS BERRY W/M 34 Officer GETTY GIVING FALSE NAME
MOOSE WHITNEY DENEEN W/F 25 Officer AVANS HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA 
NELSON STEFAN ALEXANDER W/M 20 Officer BRADLEY SPEED, SUSPENDED LICENSE
BLACKLEDGE TEX WINSTON II W/M 48 Officer STANFIELD
BYRD NONA RENAE W/F 42 Officer CLARK CAPIUS

HILL WILLIAM CARL WM 36 Officer MORRIS DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
ELSWICK JOHN CHARLES WM 43 Officer MORRIS FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
FERGUSON BENJAMIN JAMES WM 34 -- CREDIT CARD FRAUD
PERKINS TORI LEE WF 20 Officer GARRISON ROSSVILLE PROBATION VIOLATION
RAPIER RICKEY DEAN WM 24 WALK IN WEEKENDER
CROUSER THOMAS ARZELL WM 48 Officer CASH SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA),  CRIMINAL TRESPASS (FVA)

GIFFEN JON EMERSON WM 31 Officer ELLENBERG DUI, FTML
PEOPLES BLAKE DENZELL BM 21 Officer GRAVITT FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
MELTON MARY-JANE PALUMBO WF 57 Officer WILSON DUI, FTML
SHAW JOAN DENNISE WF 64 Officer PERKINS SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
WHEAT JONATHAN LANE WM 48 Officer GARRISON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
RUTLEDGE ROBERT TYLER WM 23 NPS  Officer DUI, HOLD FOR US MARSHALLS OFFICE
MCCURTY SCOTTY ANTONIO BM 33 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED TAG
FORESTER BRYAN PATRICK WM 26 Officer BROWN POSS OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON
LYONS JASON SHANE WM 23 Officer ELLENBERG FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
BAILEY LACEY DANILLE WF 24 Officer FORREST SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
BAILEY RONALD DAVID WM 24 Officer FORREST CRIMINAL TRESPASS (FVA)

VILLATORO-HIDALGO FREDDY EROAN WM 24 Officer LANG DRIVING W/O LICENSE, IMPROPER U TURN
JONES DARIUS MARTEZ BM 22 Officer LANG BENCH WARRANT
BRITTON MARK ANTHONY WM 26 Officer GRAVITT CHILD SUPPORT
WILLERSON ROGER DALE WM 46 Officer BLEVINS DUI, HABITUAL VIOLATOR, IMP LANE CHANGE, OBSTRUCTION, RECKLESS DRIVING, EXPIRED LICENSE
JACKMAN JENNIFER LYNN WF 30 Officer LANG CITY WARRANT
MCFIN TIMOTHY LAMAR WM 27 Officer ELLIOT HOLD FOR COLWELL PDC
KITCHENS CYNTHIA MACK WF 48 CHATTOOGA Officer RETURN FROM FLOYD MEDICAL CENTER
ROYAL TODD MORRIS WM 49 Officer FORREST VIOLATION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER






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