Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 27-Feb. 2

Monday, February 03, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Jan. 27-Feb. 2:

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SONGER SAMANTHA ANN WF 36 Officer TAYLOR WARRANT
MAHER JASON RICHARD WM 35 Officer MCBEE CONTEMPT OF COURT
MILLER TRAVIS JOE WM 47 Officer MCBEE CONTEMT OF COURT
WESTMORELAND JUSTIN TYLER WM 25 Officer MCBEE CONTEMPT OF COURT
MANIS DIANNA LYNN WF 51 Officer SUMMERS FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
JACKSON ERIC THOMAS WM 33 Officer MILLER HOLD FOR COURT
BARFIELD JEREMY GAGE WM 17 Officer CLARK CRIMINAL TRESPASS
COLLINS SHAUN PATRICK WM 18 Officer CLARK BURGLARY (F)
COMPSTON MATTHEW ALEXANDER WM 17 Officer CLARK CRIMINAL TRESPASS
SMITH AUSTIN WAYNE WM 17 Officer CLARK CRIMINAL TRESPASS
STANLEY ERIC DEWAYNE WM 33 Officer CLARK VIOLATION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER
WILSON BENJAMIN THOMAS WM 23 Officer WILSON SISPENDED LICENSE, POSS OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ.


MITCHELL ROBERT DANIEL WM 34 Officer CASH DISORDERLY CONDUCT

SANDOBAL MUNOR VINICIO H/M 24 Officer GARRISON SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING, NO INSURANCE
CALDWELL LARRY EDWARD W/M 73 Officer CAMPBELL DUI LESS SAFE

BIVENS KEVIN TROY W/M 30 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS
SAINT JASON ALLAN W/M 28 Officer ARMSTRONG RETURN FROM HMC
BROWN GREGORY HARRISON W/M 32 Officer DENNY FORGERY 4TH DEGREE (M)
BROOME CHRISTIAN DANIELLE W/F 28 Officer ANDERSON SUSPENDED LICENSE, GIVING FALSE INFO, BRAKE LIGHTS
BOLDING TAMARA NASHA W/F 21 Officer CARTER CRUELTY TO CHILD- 2ND DEGREE-CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE/ CAUSE EXCESSIVE PHYSICAL MENTAL PAIN
TALKINGTON EZEKIAL DAKOTAH W/M 17 MCHAPMAN CRIMINAL TRESPASS, SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA

MITCHELL JONATHAN ERIC WM 27 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
SABEC WILLIAM EDWARD WM 24 ROSSVILLE RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE PD
TISHAW CHASSITY NICOLE WF 23 Officer GARRISON THEFT BY TAKING AUTO, THEFT BY RECEIVING AUTO
WEST JOHN LEE WM 40 Officer GARRISON THEFT BY TAKING AUTO, THEFT BY RECEIVING AUTO
DEMASI KRISTY AMANDA WF 39 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
FRASHIER SCOTTY LOVIN WM 32 WALK IN WEEKENDER
RAPIER RICKEY DEAN WM 24 WALK IN WEEKENDER
POTTER MICHAEL DYLAN WM 18 WALK IN WEEKENDER
HESS ROBERT LEE WM 30 WALK IN WEEKENDER
HILL MICHAEL LEE WM 46 Officer CLARK POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON
BENN DIETRICK LABRON BM 26 Officer LANG REVOKED LICENSE
EAKIN MATTHEW BRUCE WM 30 WALK IN WEEKENDER
HAGGARD BRANDON RAY WM 31 Officer WILSON SUSPENDED LICENSE
IVEY KENNETH JAMES WM 37 Officer BUCKLES DUI
STOKER JEREMY NEAL WM 29 Officer CLARK THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY, FLEEING AND ATTEMPT TO ELUDE, RECKLESS DRIVING

SHROPSHIRE JACOB ANTONIO BM 27 Officer COOK ROBBERY (F), SIMPLE BATTERY (X3) WARRANTS
HOLLINGSWORTH JIMMY WAYNE WF 44 Officer WILSON HOLD FOR DALTON PD
PENA FRANK WAYNE WM 47 Officer LANG FAILURE TO APPEAR (M), HOLD THROUGH RPD
ELLIOTT JEFFERY LEE WM 46 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING, NO SEATBELT
JETTER WARREN KEITH WM 45 WALK IN BOND SURRENDER
DECKER VALERA MARJORIE WF 33 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
DUVALL RACHEL LACEY WF 25 Officer OWENS POSS LES THAN 1 OZ, USE OF COMM  DEVICE FOR COMMISSION OF A FELONY, POSS WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE
STEVENSON EDWIN TERREL BM 31 Officer OWENS POSS LES THAN 1 OZ
MCCAMISH JOHN LEE WM 31 Officer REYNOLDS SUSPENDED LICENSE
VISAGE MICHAEL LEE WM 37 Officer PERKINS BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE
RAMIREZ CHRISTOPHER ALAN WM 32 Officer REYNOLDS OBSTRUCTION, SHOPLIFTING, DUTY UPON STRIKING OBJECT
HENSON DANIEL MATTHEW WM 30 Officer WILSON SUSPENDED LICENSE

BUTLER TIMOTHY LEE WM 55 Officer GRIFFIN DUI, FTML
WINKLER RICHARD ADAM WM 24 Officer BLEVINS DUI, FAIL TO DIM HEADLIGHTS
ROGERS CRYSTAL RENEE WF 35 Officer KENDRICK RETURN FROM PFC
NEZ JAMES JOSHUA WM 33 Officer CAMPBELL FLEEING AND ATTEMPT TO ELUDE, SUSPENDED LICENSE, STOP SIGN VIOLATION, NO REGISTRATION, RECKLESS DRIVING, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
BETTELYON WAYNE NELSON BM 35 Officer PERKINS CRIMINAL TRESPASS
JOHNSON KRISTIN BROOK WF 30 Officer PERKINS CRIMINAL TRESPASS
BROWN GREGORY HARRISON WM 32 Officer CARREATHERS RETURN FROM HMC
MCCONATHY DUSTIN LEE WM 30 Officer COKER
SMITH BRANDON LYDELL BM 30 Officer CASH SIMPLE ASSAULT (FVA)








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