Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Dec. 26-Jan. 3

Monday, January 06, 2014

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Dec. 26-Jan. 3:

Victor Lee Morton, 51, of 131 Cleo Drive, Chickamauga was arrested on December 27 on charges of driving on suspended license, no seatbelt, disregarding traffic control devices.

James Ryan Turner, 21, of 515 Jones Lane, Chickamauga was arrested on December 28 on charges of battery FVA, battery, and criminal trespass.

Angela L Millsap, 34, of 242 Southern Lane, Tazewell, TN was arrested on December 28 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Shelly Cheries Deanacelli, 30, of 2500 N. Hwy 341, Chickamauga was arrested on December 28 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Shawn Langston Deanacelli, 32, of 2500 N. Hwy 341, Chickamauga was arrested on December 28 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Tyler Ryan Lane, 19, of 1482 Yankee Road, Menlo was arrested on December 28 on charges of theft by shoplifting and giving false name to law enforcement.

Dana Janette Reynolds, 41, of 240 Taylor Lane, Soddy Daisy was arrested on December 29 on charges of DUI, driving on suspended license, violation of license permit, and speeding.

Jason Emmett Duncan Rogers, 42, of 222 Magdabend Road, Rossville was arrested on December 30 on charges of driving on suspended license, expired tag and no proof of insurance.

Jack Edgar Eskew III, 35, of 557 Prater Road, Rossville was arrested on December 31 on a charge of driving on suspended license.

Scott Alan Simpson, 31, of 1603 E. 47th Street, Chattanooga was arrested on December 31 on a charge of public intoxication.

Theodore Arnold Cawthorne, 39, of 8862 E. Ridge Trail Road, Soddy Daisy was arrested on December 31 on charges of driving on suspended license.

Amanda Sue Ford, 27, of Rose Circle, Trion was arrested on December 31 on charges of theft by shoplifting.

Jeremy Atlee Newman, 35, of 58 North Avenue, Flintstone was arrested on January 1 on charges of DUI, failure to maintain a lane and failure to stop at a stop sign.

Salvador Orona Perez, 52, of 191 Hollywood Drive, Rossville was arrested on January 1 on a charge of driving on suspended license.

Tabitha Courtney Barrett, 23, of 282 W.  Schmitt Road, Rossville was arrested on January 1 on charges of theft by shoplifting and probation violation.

Marcus Haskins, 22, of 49 Topper Lane, Rossville was arrested on January 1 on charges of theft by shoplifting.

Sandra Lee Preston, 40, of 519 Crescent Circle, Chickamauga was arrested on January 1 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Richard Tyler Stamey, 23, of 25 Virginia Avenue, Rossville was arrested on January 2 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Rachael Logan Gulledge, 18, of 102 Wendy Hill Drive, Ringgold was arrested on January 2 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Traffic Citations:

Speeding….. 20

Suspended License….. 6

Following too closely…. 2

Move over law…. 1

No proof of insurance…1

Expired tag…8

License required…..1

Public Drunkeness….2

Safety Belts….2

Obedience to traffic control device…6

Violation of License requirements….1

DUI….2

Stop and Yield Signs….1

Turning violation….1

Failure to maintain a lane….1

Suspended Registration….1


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Total - 56




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