Walker County Arrest Report For Dec. 30-Jan. 5

Monday, January 6, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Dec. 30-Jan. 5:

HALL JACKIE RAY WM 43 Officer CARTER PROBATION VIOLATION
BRYANT ETHAN SETH WM 24 Officer SIMPSON POSS OF MARIJUANA, POSS OF METH
GRIM WILLIAM CHASE WM 21 WALK IN RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
BROWN CLIFFORD PAUL WM 32 Officer MCCOY BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE, POSS OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, VGCSA (F)
WHITMAN ANGIE MAY WF 33 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
PERKINS JONATHAN LAMAR WM 36 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
BURTON TRENA MAE WF 38 Officer CAMPBELL SUSPENDED LICENSE, POSS OF METH, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENTS
HICKS HAILEE FREEDOM WF 17 Officer BLEVINS NO LICENSE

HUGHES ZOE JANICE WF 20 Officer SUMMERS FAIL TO APPEAR (M)
BLEDSOE AUSTIN REED WM 19 Officer RYNOLDS DRIVING W/O VALID LICENSE
TREBEEK JONATHAN GREGORY WM 27 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
MANN CHRISTINA NICOLE WF 25 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION  (M)
REECE PAUL ALBERT WM 38 Officer FRANKLIN SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
TINKER GAYLA DAWN WF 39 Officer FRANKLIN SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
BUTLER ELIZABETH PAIGE WF 28 Officer PERKINS BURGLARY
STEVENS DAVID TODD WM 50 Officer CLARK DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD X2
COX TIMOTHY DEWAYNE WM 35 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
JONES JAMES JAYSON WM 36 Officer BROWN SUSPENDED LICENSE, TAIL LIGHT REQUIREMENTS

HIXON MELVIN TERRY W/M 62 Officer FORREST BATTERY (FVA)
KEITH STEVEN TAYLOR W/M 18 Officer BUCKELS UNDERGAE CONSUMPTION
KASKIE CARRINGTON LEE W/M 27 Officer TATE SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
SILVEY CODY WAYNE W/M 18 Officer DENNY SUSPENDED LICNESE 
BARNETT ALAN RANDY W/M 55 Officer BROWN BATTERY (FVA)
VICKERY GEORGE MICHAEL W/M 55 Officer BUCKNER DUI/FTML/OPEN CONTAINER
MURPHY THOMAS AUDIE W/M 46 Officer CLIFT SIMPLE BATTERY 

WEATHERS ANDREANA MICHELLE W/F 34 Officer ELLENBERG DRIVING LICENSE SUSP.

/REVOKED , INSUFFICIANT USE OF SIGNAL
SMITH JAMES EDWARD-LEE W/M 21 Officer BROWN SIMPLE BATTERY FVA (X2 ), OBSTRUCTION INVEST.
LINK GEORGE ARTHUR W/M 23 Officer DENNY POSS. OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1OZ
BRADLEY CHRISTOPHER DAVIS W/M 41 Officer DENNY SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, SIMPLE BATTERY
WRIGHT MICHAEL JAY W/M   38 Officer TERRY SHOPLIFTING (M)

GANN AMANDA ANN WF 36 Officer GASS FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENSE
HARRIS JIMMIE LEBRON BM 22 Officer GARRISON SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
BUTLER ELIZABETH PAIGE WF 28 Officer ANDERSON BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE
RAMEY ARTIE SUE WF 58 LPD KENDRICK FORGERY 4TH DEGREE
BROWN LEONARD EUGENE WM 45 LPD WILSON FORGERY 4 TH DEGREE
BRANNON TOMMY CHRISTOPHER WM 26 Officer MILLER RETURN FROM FUNERAL
GATES JASON TYLER WM 19 WALK IN RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
FRASHIER SCOTTY LOVIN `WM 32 WALK IN WEEKENDER
CURTIS RANDY CARROLL WM 49 Officer CLARK PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
YOUNG WALTER DANA WM 40 Officer CLARK TEFT BY DECEPTION
MILLER ETHAN KYLE WM 20 Officer REYNOLDS POSS OF MARIJUANA, POSS OF MARIJUANA WITH INTENT  TO DISTRIBUTE
MILLER JOHNNY DARYL WM 45 Officer HILL PROBATION VIOLATION (M)

HARRIS BENJAMIN DEGO BM 30 Officer CAMPBELL DISORDERLY CONDUCT
FONSECA PATRICIA GONZALEZ HM 42 Officer LANG DUI, FTML, PASSING IN A NO PASSING ZONE
WRIGHT AMANDA HOPE WF 33 CHATTOOGA HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
UNDERWOOD TROPHIE SHADON WF 33 CHATTOOGA HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
SILVERS JAMES RICHARD WM 37 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, WINDSHIELD REQUIREMENTS
SNYDER TAMMY MECHELLE WF 43 Officer WILSON THEFT BY CONVERSION, ENDANGERIN SECURITY INTEREST
KEY PENNELL LASHUN BM 28 Officer GARRISON ALTERED TAG, SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
VINYARD STEVE LAMAR WM 53 Officer ELLENBURG POSS OF SCHEDULE II
HAMILTON LISA DIANE WF 44 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, HOLD FOR GORDON COUNTY
DIEGEL JALENE DENISE WF 24 Officer ANDERSON HOLD FOR CATOOSA COUNTY
GREENE TERRY DONALD WM 39 Officer BALLARD ALTERED TAG, SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING, HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
PATTERSON APRIL NICOLE WF 21 Officer OWENS OBSTRUCTION, DUI, SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE

JONES MARCUS LEE BM 28 Officer LANG REVOKED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, FLEEING/ ATTEMPT TO ELUDE
LITTLE BARBARA ANN WF 36 Officer BLEVINS DUI, FTML
WOOD JESSIE WAYNE WF 19 Officer REYNOLDS NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED RGISTRATION, FLEEING /ATTEPT TO ELUDE
OWENS JAMES JASON WM 41 Officer OWENS SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA), INTERFERENCE WITH 911 CALL
GRACE ROBERT WAYNE WM 38 Officer LANG DUI, NO INSURANCE






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