Walker County Arrest Report For March 10-16

Monday, March 17, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for March 10-16:

MOTLEY    THOMAS    JAMES    W/M    32    Officer COKER    SUSP LIC, NPI
BEENE    CIERA    HOPE    W/F    21    KING    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
DYKES    BILLY    JOY    W/M    25    Officer CLARK    CONTEMPT OF COURT (M), BURGLARY
YOUNG    ALICIA    EARLENE    B/F    30    KING    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
MILLER    FORREST    CHASE    W/M    19         Officer CLARK    TBT (M)
POE    CARLA    LAVIA    W/F    40    Officer CLARK    PROB VIOL (F)

CLEMENTS    ANTONIO    LEE    B/M    37    Officer HILL    FTA (F), AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, CONTEMPT OF COURT (M)
BEDWELL    GEOFFREY    LYNN    W/M    43    Officer HUGGUNS    AGG.

ASSAULT, FLEEING, TO TAG, NO LIC
KIRBY    CONSTANCE    TASAWANYE    W/F    27    Officer KING    RET FROM CHATTOOGA
LOVE    STEPHANIE    DENISE    W/F    34    Officer KING    RET FROM CHATTOOGA
DALTON    WESLEY    LYNN    W/M    41    Officer SUMMERS    CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT
GENOVAR    ROBERT    GIDEON    W/M    59    Officer CAREATHERS    RET FROM HMC
PROCTOR    BRIAN    RAY    W/M    27    Officer GRIFFIN    SUSP LIC, POSS LESS OZ MARIJUANA
GLENN    AMBER    KAY    W/F    37    Officer MCCOY    FTA (M)
SHELL    ANTHONY    CRAIG    W/M    43    Officer SUMMERS    PROB VIOL (F)
BYRD    BENJAMIN    DAVID    W/M    31    Officer CLARK    PROB VIOL (F)
BYNUM    BRADLEY    EUGENE    W/M    27    Officer CLARK    PROB VIOL (F)
HAWKINS    JUSTIN    TYLER    W/M    22    Officer CLARK    FTA (F), BOND SURRENDER
PRUETT    TERRY    EDWIN    W/M    35    Officer CLARK    PAROLE VIOL
BARRETT    WHITNEY    CELESTE    W/F    25    Officer HILL    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
PALMER    BRANDON    EUGENE    W/M    34    Officer CLARK    SIMPLE  BATT  FVA, CONTEMPT OF COURT, SIMPLE BATT  FVA

BIRD    DAVID    RAY    WM    24    Officer CASH    POSS. SCHEDULED 1, DRUGS IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, SUSP. LICENSE, NO TURN SIGNAL
MARSH    DONNELL    DEWAYNE    BM    33    Officer WILSON    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, CRIMINAL TRESPASS
WOODELL    GEORGE    IRA    WM    43    Officer SUMMERS    VIOLATION PROBATION (F)
BRANNON    TOMMY    CHRISTOPHER    WM    26    CATOOSA CO    RETURN FROM COURT
GARRETT    CHASITY    RENA    WF    31    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION
KEAHEY    JOHN    DAVID    WM    42    Officer  RPD    SUSP LICENSE, DRIVER NOT TO INTERUPT FUNERAL PROCESSION
VEAL    MARK    ROGER    WM    30    Officer SUMMERS    CAPIAS WARRANT FAILURE RO APPAER (M)
FISHER    JACOB    NATHANIEL    WM    26    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
DENNISON    PAUL    LAMAR    WM    39    Officer COKER    DUI
HUDSON    MARIE    NICHOLE    WF    22     Officer CLARK    PROBATION VILATION WARRANT
PURYEAR    MICHAEL    ANTHONY    WM    32    Officer CLARK    CONTEMPT OF COURT/CHILD SUPPORT

MARTIN    TROY    LEE    WM    37    MASSENGALE    WARRANT RPD SUSPENDED LICENSE LISCENSE, NO INSURANCE
FRASHIER    PAUL    DEWAYNE    WM    43    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
DALTON    KENNY    DEAN    WM    35    Officer MILLER    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
MOORE    JASON    SHAWN    WM    40    STANFIELD    VIOLATION OF PAROLE
CROW    ANDREA    JEAN    WM    40    CHATTOOGA    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
STAMPER    TAMARA    SUE    WF    26    CHATTOOGA    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
NAVE    CHARLES    LEBRON    WM    46    MCCONATHY    SUSPENDED LICENSE, FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE
WILDMAN    DAVID    SAMUEL    WM    31    Officer CLARK    CAPIAS WARRANTS, SUSPENDED LISCENSE
PENSON    AMBER    LASHA    WF    22    Officer COKER    HOLD FOR FORT OGLETHORPE
PHILLIPS    MICHAEL    AARON    WM    32    Officer CAREATHERS    RETURN FROM HMC
FAIRCHILD    TIMOTHY    PRESTON    WM    29    TATE    CHILD SUPPORT WARRANT,
SHELTON    CALVIN    ANTONIO    BM    38    GSP    DUI

HENTZ    JOSEPH    CLARK    W/M    26    Officer COKER    SUSP LIC
ATCHLEY    ORBAN    EDWARD    W.M    37    Officer MILLER    FTA CAPIAS (M)
SELLERS    DEMONTEZ    LEBRON    B/M    23    Officer GRIFFIN    NO LIC, POSS MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, SEATBELT
EAKIN    MATTHEW    BRUCE    W/M    30    Officer GALYON    WEEKENDER




 


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