Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Jan. 17-23

Friday, January 24, 2014

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Jan. 17-23:

Ashley Yates, 17, of 110 South Cedar Lane, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested January 17 on a charge of drinking and disorderly.

Deanna Neely, 26, of 1209 Indian Avenue, Rossville was arrested January 18 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Mark Britton, 26, of 460 Harp Switch Road, Chickamauga was arrested January 18 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Michael Chapman, 22, of 411 Rolling Hills Drive, Ringgold was arrested January 18 on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Jody Jenkins, 40, of 1609 Mosher Avenue, Orlando, Florida was arrested January 18 on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Jamie O’Kelley, 27, of 113 Peyton Lane, Ringgold was arrested January 18 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and acquiring license plate for the purpose of concealing.

Carlos Ortega, 28, of 205 Spring Creek Drive, Chattanooga was arrested January 19 on charges of driving without a valid license and tag light requirement.

Janice Horne, 54, of 921 Magnolia Street, Rossville was arrested January 19 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain lane, failure to yield at intersection and open container.

Christopher Foutz, 22, of 6757 Three Notch Road, Ringgold was arrested January 19 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and too fast for conditions.

Jacob Ellis, 21, of 77 Musket Drive, Chickamauga was arrested January 19 on a charge of driving while license suspended.

Trey Montgomery, 20, of 1444 Wilson Road, Rossville was arrested January 19 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Dezon Irvin, 18, of 97 Glenn Way Drive, Rossville was arrested January 19 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Nicholas Flowers, 17, of 1790 Holcomb Road, Rossville was arrested January 19 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Jennifer Williams, 21, of 87 Trinity Road, Trenton was arrested January 19 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Tyler Boyd, 22, of 782 Dug Road, Ringgold was arrested January 19 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Richard Durham, 24, of 423 Stoneybrook Lane, Ringgold was arrested January 19 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Thomas Brown, 49, of 46 Cline Smith Road NE, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested January 19 on charges of failure to stop at the scene of an accident, following too closely and no proof of insurance.

Jamie Kennedy, 33, of 20 Elaine Circle, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested January 19 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Michael Howard, 41, of 132 Day Road, Oakdale, TN was arrested January 20 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and tag light requirement.

Nicholas Ross, 21, of 2500 East 4th Street, Chattanooga was arrested January 21 on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Ivan Newsom, 19, of 409 Sunset Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested January 21 on a charge of failure to maintain lane.

Autumn Hicks, 31, of 342 County Road 135, Athens, TN was arrested January 22 on charges of driving under the influence, driving while license suspended, possession of firearm/knife during a crime/attempt of crime, theft by receiving property stolen in another state, fleeing/attempting to elude police officers, reckless driving and speeding.

David Hamilton, 24, of 7103 Shelly Lane, Rossville was arrested January 22 on a charge of criminal trespass.

Jesse Turner, 36, of 1385 Lee Clarkson Road, Chickamauga was arrested January 22 on a probation violation.

Alexander Thurman, 28, of 507 Oglethorpe Ridge Lane, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested January 22 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and tail light requirement.

Fort Oglethorpe Statistics:

Speeding……….15

Entering or crossing roadway……….2

License required………3

License to be carried and exhibited on demand……….1

Possession of Schedule IV………..1

Tail light requirement……….3

Windshield and windshield wiper requirements………….3

Suspended registration………1

Driving on roadways laned for traffic……….2

Vehicles approaching or entering intersection……….1

Use of license plate to misrepresent identity of vehicle……….1

Driving while license suspended or revoked……….4

Use of “fighting words”, obscene and/or vulgar language………1

Driving on divided highways………1

Following too closely……….2

Proof of insurance required……….1

Improper left turn………..1

Safety belt requirements………..7

Possession of open container of alcoholic beverage while operating vehicle……..1

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….10

Failure to obey traffic control devices………12

Failure to stop at the scene of an accident……….1

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs………..2

Improper U-turns……….1



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