Walker County Arrest Report For April 7-13

Monday, April 14, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for April 7-13:

FLOYD    SHANNON    KYLE    W/M    24    CHATTOOGA    RET FROM COURT
AGUIRRE    BRENDA    MARIE    W/F    30    CHATTOOGA    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA CO
WEST    TAWYNA    RENEE    W/F    44        CALRK    PROB VIOL )F)
CROSS    THOMAS    BURL III    W/M    49         RPD    RET FROM COURT
REYNOLDS    CALEB    JOHN       W/M    21         RPD    RET FROM COURT
MORRIS    JOHN    GREGORY    W/M    46         CLARK    PROB VIOL (F)
HOLLAND    SHAKARA    FYE    W/F    34         CLARK    FORGERY 4TH DEG 3CTS (WARRANT)
DUNN    ROBERT    LEWIS III    W/M    23         CLARK    SIMPLE  BATTERY FVA (WARRANT)

BRYANT    BARRY    RYAN    W/M    35    Officer OWENS    NO INSURANCE, NO VALID LICENSE, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION
COOK    ERIC    LEE    W/M    22    Officer WILSON    THEFT BY TAKING (M)
ODONNELL    DAVID    MICHAEL    W/M    39             LANG    BATTERY (FVA) 3CTS
GLEASH    RICHARD    ANTHONY    W/M    33       ARMSTRONG    SUSPENDED LICENSE
FORD    ALEXIS    CAMRON      W/F    22    Officer SUMMERS    THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)
HILL    STEVEN    LYNN    W/M    49         WALK-IN    RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
BURTON    TRENA    MAE    W/F    39    BLALOCK    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
PASCUAL    PEDRO    NMN    W/M    21    CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

SMITH    PATRICK    RYAN    W/M    24    Officer BLALOCK    THEFT BY TAKING (M), FINANCIAL CARD FRAUD (3CTS)
WILEY    ROBERT    AARON    W/M    69    Officer GRAY    SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE
LYNCH    ARTHUR    GLENN    W/M    45         Officer MILLER    CONTEMPT OF CIVIL COURT
CARROLL    ANTHONY    JINDA    W/M    27    Officer WILLINGHAM    RETURN FROM DENTIST
PHILLIPS    MICHAEL    AARON      W/M    32    Officer WILLINGHAM    RETURN FROM DENTIST
GARRISON    MICHAEL    JASON    W/M    39       Officer WILLINGHAM    RETURN FROM DENTIST
SAINE    WILLIAM    LAWSON    W/M    42    Officer WILLINGHAM    RETURN FROM DENTIST
STRAWTER    LEE    EVERETT    W/M    39    Officer WILLINGHAM    RETURN FROM DENTIST
HEET    TRACY    MARIE    W/F    35    Officer WILLINGHAM    RETURN FROM DENTIST
FRASHIER    PAUL    DEWAYNE    W/M    43    Officer WILLINGHAM    RETURN FROM DENTIST
TOMAS    EDGAR    NMN    W/M    26    Officer DEBORD    NO LICNENSE, SPEEDING
BLANKS    VICTORIA    LANE    W/F    37    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
JACKSON    JOHNATHAN    RAYMOND      W/M    20    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F), BOND SURRENDER
VINYARD    STEVE    LAMAR    W/M    53    WALKIN    RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
RINGHAM    JULIO    NMN    H/M    20    GSP MADDOX    SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
WESTBROOK    DEBORAH    DIANA    W/F    37    Officer AVANS    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
NELSON    SHAKARA    FAYE    W/F    34    Officer AVANS    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
WEBB    ZAKARI    SCOTT    W/M    41    Officer SUMMERS    CONTEMPT OF CIVIL COURT
HOGUE    SUSAN    MARIE    W/F    28    Officer COKER    THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)
GUFFERY    COLTON    BLAKE    W/M    19    Officer GRIFFIN    SUSPENDED LICENSE, RECKLESS DRIVING, SPEEDING, IMPROPER PASSING, FLEEING, SEAT BELT
HARRIS    BRANDON    DALE    W/M    19    Officer TERRY    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
LUTHER    GILES    MATTHEW    W/M    45    Officer CLARK    POSSESSION OF FIREARM, RECIECING STOLEN PROPERTY, SUSPENDED LICENSE, FAILURE MAINTAIN LANE, SPEEDING, FLEEING, DUI(DRUG)
WALLESE    DAVID    LEE    W/M    43    Officer PEPPER    SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
SMITH    AUSTIN    WAYNE    W/M    17    Officer CARTER    BATTERY(FVA)
MILLIANS    MICHAEL    CHARLES    W/M    39         Officer CARTER    CONTEMPT OF COURT

KENDRICK    GAIL    DIANE    W/F    38    MORRIS    DISORDERLY CONDUCT
COTLER    SHELIA    DARLENE    W/F    35    WILSON    HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA CO
SAMPLEY    DAMON    LADALE    W/M    34            BRADLEY    RET FROM COURT
LEMING    ROBERT    LEWIS    W/M    53    BRADLEY    RET FROM COURT
BLAKEMORE    DONNIE    WAYNE      W/M    39    BRADLEY    RET FROM COURT
HILL    STEVEN    LYNN    W/M    49             CAREATHERS    RET FROM HMC
ROGER    BOBBIE    JOE JR    W/M    46    MILLER    SHOPLIFTING (M)
SMITH    PATRICK    RYAN    W/M    24    CLARK    PROB VIOL (F)
WHEELER    ANTHONY    LADON    W/M    48    CLARK    AGG ASSAULT,FLEEING
GAINES    MICHAEL    EDWARD    B/M    26    ARMSTRONG    SUSP LIC 2ND OFF
CHAPMAN    ROGER    LEE    W/M    30    ELLENBURG    SUSP LIC, SEATBELT
LEMING    MARY    JACQUELINE    W/F    51    CLARK    PROB VIOL (F)
FRANKLIN    ALONZO    DEWAYNE       B/M    22    BALLARD    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE (HAMILTON CO TN)

MARQUEZ    GENARO    HERNANDEZ    H/M    17    610    CASH    SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
SHIELDS    PATRICK    JORDAN    W/M    22    6738    DENNY    DUI
CRAIG    COLBY    WADE    W/M    19          1994             MCCOY    CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY 2ND
MOORE    JASON    SHAWN    W/M    40    36761    BUCKLES    CRIMINAL TRESPASS
JACKSON    WALTOR    LEBRON    B/M    53    28445    BALLARD    SUSP LIC
HAWKINS    PAUL    GREGORY    W/M    41    38721            MCCONATHY    SUSP LIC
MARTIN    DAVID    THOMAS    W/M    39    ***    BALLARD    REV LIC, NO INS, IMP TRAN PLATE
MANN    CHRISTINA    NICHOLE    W/F    25    ***    ELLENBURG    SUSP LIC

JONES    JUSTIN    LEE    W/M    29    ELLENBURG    DUI
DEKALB    BRANDON    THOMAS    W/M    26    DENNY    SUSP LIC
RAPE    EDWARD    TODD    W/M    44             DENNY    DUI .

08 OR HIGHER
ROBERTSON    KRISTOFER    DALE    W/M    26    MCCONATHY    DUI
FLOYD    LOGAN    COLE    W/M    17    BUCKLES    OBSTR (M), CRIMINAL TRESPASS
KAISER    MARCUS    DEAN    W/M    35              DENNY    SUSP LIC, POSS SCH IV
BEEDLES    WILLIAM    NMN    B/M    48    WILLIAMS    HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA CO
INGLE    JAMES    EDWARD    W/M    52    WILLIAMS    HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA CO

 


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