Walker County Arrest Report For Feb. 17-23

Monday, February 24, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Feb. 17-23:

BIRD JONATHAN CHANCE WM 17 Officer MULLIS LOITERING ON SCHOOL GROUNDS
HOLLOWAY DAVID EARL WM 35 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
WEST CASSIE` MARIA WF 25 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
STEELE DOUGLAS LEE WM 25 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION, CONTEMPT OF COURT
LONGOBARDI ROBIN CHRISTINE WF 49 Officer CAMPBELL POSS SCHEDULE IV DRUGS, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER
HILL BRYAN TYLER WM 27 Officer PHILPOTT ARSON
HINSON KURT MICHAEL WM 26 Officer OWENS UNLAWFUL USE OF UTILITIES
BATES MARK ALLEN `WM 35 Officer MILLER THEFT BY TAKING
MAY TYLER JOE WM 21 -- HOLD FOR PDC
KERNS NANCY ELIZABETH WF 39 Officer CLARK DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD
SLAUGHTER CHARLES RYAN WM 27 Officer BLEVINS PROBATION VIOLATION (M) ROSSVILLE CITY
BURRIS CODY BRIAN WM 19 Officer BUCKLES ***NO CHARGES RECEIVED YET

BURRIS JOHN DAVID WM 34 Officer BUCKLES POSS OF FIRARM DURING COMMISSION OF A CRIME, POSS OF TOOLS 
-- -- -- -- -- -- FOR COMMISSION OF A CRIME, LOITERING, POSS OF DRUG RELATED
-- -- -- -- -- -- OBJECTS, POSS OF METH
CAHILL-HENRY JONATHAN DAVID WM 28 Officer CASH CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY 2ND DEGREE
TISHAW CHASSITY NICOLE WF 23 Officer KENDRICK RETURN FROM HMC
WEBSTER ROBERT FRANKLIN WM 34 Officer REYNOLDS SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)

MILES JOSEPH EDWARD W/M 45 Officer BUCKLES HOLD FOR CLYATON COUNTY
BALL JEREMY ALLEN W/M 29 Officer SUMMERS CONTEMPT OF COURT
WALLIN GERRY WAYNE W/M 38 Officer SUMMERS FTA
POWEL DEVAN ERIC W/M 18 Officer SUMMERS HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
HENRY SETH WILLIAM W/M 23 Officer TAYLOR CHICKAMAUGA CITY WARRANT

LAMB JOSHUA ROWLAND W/M 27 Officer CARTER THEFT BY TAKING X2, OBSTRUCTION
HESS ROBERT LEE W/M 30 Officer ENGLAND SIMPLE BATTERY FVA/ FALSE IMPRISONMENT/TERRORISTIC THREATS
PRINCE PRESTON LEE W/M 23 Officer SIMPSON PROBATION WARRANT (M), SUSP LIC, USE OF MULTIBEAM LIGHTING EQUIPMENT/FAILURE TO DIM HEADLIGHTS WHEN APROACHING


YOUNG MATTHEW TAYLER WM 22 Officer CHANDLER AGG ASSAULT X2, FALSE IMPRISONMENT, SIMPLE BATTERY X2, AGG BATTERY, BURGLARY 1ST DEGREE X2, PROBATION VIOLATION, HARRASSING PHONE CALLS, THEFT BY TAKING
LILES CHERYL DENISE WF 44 -- PROBATION VIOLATION
WOODS ANTHONY JAY WM 31 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION
FITCH JOSHUA MONTRELL BM 36 Officer GARRISON SUSP LICENSE, EXP TAG, NO INSURANCE
JONES BRADLEY AARON WM 26 Officer MILLER FTA (M)
POTTER MICHAEL DYLAN WM 18 WALK IN WEEKENDER
WALKER JULIAN BLAKE WM 34 Officer BROWN CONTEMPT OF COURT
SEXTON WILLIAM JUNIOR BM 46 Officer LANG DUI, OPENCONTAINER, REVOKED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE

STANLEY DANA KAY WF 28 Officer WILSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO SEATBELT
ROBERTSON KENNETH LEE WF 42 Officer ELLENBURG SUSPENDED LICENSE, ALTERED TAG, EXPIRED TAG, SUSPENDED TAG
KEARNEY CHADWICK OLIVER WM 36 Officer GRIFFIN CRIMINAL TRESPASS
BAILEY DEMETRIUS CORDELL BM 39 Officer GARRISON SIMPLE BATTERY, SHOPLIFTING
VEST LUCAS HUNTER WM 19 Officer GRIFFIN RECKLESS DRIVING, SPEEDING
JORDAN CHANEL DEJAVOTI BF 29 CHATTOOGA HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
NORTHWAY SUSAN PITTS WF 53 Officer THOMAS SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
HEINRECY NATHAN CURTIS WM 40 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, POSS HYDROCODONE, POSS OF METH
TRAMMELL ROCKY JOSEPH WM 20 Officer THOMAS FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE, SUSPENDED LICENSE
MCDONALD DONALD HEATH WM 43 Officer CAMPBELL *
FARMER BARRON ANTONIO BM 35 Officer GEBELIEN RETURN FROM HMC
MILLER MORGAN NICOLE WF 21 Officer LANG NO LICENSE, FTML

STRONG KEARIA DESHANITE B/F 23 Officer MORRIS SUSP LIC, NPI
MCKINNEY DERRICK DONTA B/M 23 Officer MORRIS SUSP LIC, RECK DR,POSS MARIJUANA <1OZ
HARLEY KIMBERLY RENA W/F 34 Officer GARRISON TBT (MISD)
WOODALL CASSONDRA MONIQUE B/F 35 Officer OWENS DUI  LESS SAFE, HIT AND RUN
WEST JOHN LEE W/M 40 Officer GARRISON CRIMM ATT TO COMM FEL
FOUTZ ROGER EUGENE W/M 43 Officer SUMMERS PROB VIOL (MISD)
FLOYD BRANDY NICOLE W/F 27 Officer BROWN POSS MARIJUANA <1OZ
EDWARDS CHRISTA ELAINE W/F 18 Officer TAYLOR FTA X3-CHICKAMAUGA
SMITH CLINTON RUSSELL W/M 40 Officer BROWN SUSP LIC,DUE CARE LAW
ROGERS DENISE RAENELLE W/F 28 CHATTOOGA HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA
LOLLEY JOSEPH THOMAS W/M 37 PROBATION PROB VIOL (F)
MARSH DAVID JUNIOR B/M 38 Officer CLARK PROB VIOL(M)
ELSBERRY-HUNTER CANDICE MARIE W/M 30 Officer CLARK SHOPLIFTING(MISD)
HAMRICK KELLY DENISE W/F 37 Officer BUCKETS RETN FROM CRISIS CENTER
BURNS DANIEL PAUL W/M 41 Officer DEBORD SUSP LIC
TAYLOR JOSHUA MCKENZIE W/M 22 Officer LONG SIMPLE BATT FVA 2 CTS
INGRAM JAMES EUGENE W/M 32 Officer WILSON LOITERING/PROWLING

PIERCE JASMIME NICOLE W/F 26 Officer BLEVINS FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
FERGUSON CAROLYN DIANN W/F 23 Officer BLEVINS FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
BURNS JOHNNY VALKMAN W/M 45 Officer BLEVINS SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE 
RODEN DANIEL CHARLES W/M 28 Officer HOUSER RETURN FROM HMC
MARSH DAVID JUNIOR B/M 38 Officer HOUSER RETURN FROM HMC
CRAWFORD JAMES KELLY W/M 29 Officer BROWN SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
RIDLEY JULIA NICOLE W/F 36 Officer CLIFT THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
CARBAUGH RYAN TODD W/M 28 *** HOLD FOR CATOOSA
GOOLSEBY KEITH RAY W/M 41 Officer MILLER THEFT BY TAKING FELONY
DANIEL-GOSSETT BRENDA GAIL W/F 39 Officer BALLARD DUI, SUSP LICENSE, FAILURE TO MAINATAIN, NO INSURANCE
RAPIER RICKY DEAN W/M 24 WEEKENDER WEEKENDER
POTTER MICHAEL DYLAN W/M 18 WEEKENDER WEEKENDER
MURRAY SAMANTHA YVETTE W/F 28 Officer MORRIS FAILURE TO APPEAR
DAVIS EMANUEL ROBERT B/M 27 Officer CLARK PROBATION WARRANT (F)
JUV JUV JUV *** *** *** ***

TURKETT GRAHAM THOMAS W/M 20 Officer SIMPSON POSS OF LESS THAN 1 OZ.

MARIJUANA/ FOLLOWING TO CLOSELY
WILLIAMS ESTHER NMN H/F 51 Officer MORRIS DUI/FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE/FAILURE TO DIM LIGHTS
KERR POLLY ELLEN W/F 30 Officer HOLT HOLD FOR DALTON P.D.

WRIGHT MICHAEL JAY W/M 38 Officer HOLT CRIMINAL TRESPASS/ POSS OF METH






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