Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For April 11-17

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for April 11-17:

Jeffery Allen Collins, 41, of 1624 South Smith Street, Chattanooga was arrested April 11 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and safety belt violation.

Irene Helene Oster, 58, of 260 Briarstone Drive, Rossville was arrested April 11 on charges of driving while license suspended and expired registration. 

Michael Allen Maxwell, 26, of 12 Bell Avenue, Rossville was arrested April 11 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Melida-Aynee Mendoza-Bogran, 46, of 265 Cloud Springs Road, Apt. 6D, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested April 11 on a charge of forgery. 

Kayla Danielle Parker, 21, of 151 Brentwood Drive, Rossville was arrested April 11 on a charge of permitting an unlicensed driver to drive.

Logan Stewart Edmonson, 19, of 151 Brentwood Drive, Rossville was arrested April 11 on charges of failure to obey a traffic control device and unlicensed driver. 

Robin Lorraine Neil, 45, of 426 Miles Road, Signal Mountain was arrested April 11 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Michael Kaelan Gazaway, 20, of 103 Clark Street, Chickamauga was arrested April 12 on a charge of theft by shoplifting. 

Jonathan David Cahill-Henry, 29, of 353 Morning Side Drive, Rossville was arrested April 12 on charges of failure to obey a traffic control device and following too closely.

Barbara Ann Little, 36, of 424 Oak Street, Rossville was arrested April 12 on charges of driving while license suspended and speeding. 

Melissa Ann Rymer, 32, of 54 Tulip Lane, Rossville was arrested April 12 on a charge of driving while license suspended.

Robert Vance Lusher, 25, of 2717 Rossville Boulevard, Chattanooga was arrested April 12 on a charge of theft by shoplifting. 

Deborah Ann Ward, 25, of 2717 Rossville Boulevard, Chattanooga was arrested April 12 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Pacual Francisco, 43, of 601 James Street, Lot 123, Rossville was arrested April 12 on charges of driving while unlicensed and improper lane change. 

Naji Saleh Marouf, 30, of 89 Agappa Lane, Ringgold was arrested April 13 on charges of driving while license suspended and speeding.

Jonathan Craig Robertson, 42, of 173 Honeyberry Lane, Rossville was arrested April 13 on a charge of theft by shoplifting. 

Kevin Paul Venier, 34, of 288 Hootie Hoo Hollow Road, Lafayette was arrested April 14 on charges of defective equipment, driving while license revoked, no insurance and suspended registration.

Robert Gary McCahgren, 36, of 4800 13th Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested April 14 on a charge of theft by shoplifting. 

Tracy Lynn Miller, 36, of 102 Augusta Drive, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested April 14 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Quintez Deon Gearing, 25, of 915 Altamont Street, East Ridge was arrested April 14 on charges of possession of cocaine and disorderly conduct. 

Rayburn Orville Crawford, 52, of 1407 Sunnyfield Lane, East Ridge was arrested April 15 on a charge of theft by taking.

Charles Michael Hickey, 65, of 1830 Fant Drive, Apt. O-88, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested April 15 on a charge of assault. 

Rhonda Jane Doss, 42, of 393 Murphy Lane, Ringgold was arrested April 15 on charges of suspended license, suspended registration and no insurance.

Marciell Lamount Evans, 25, of 2450 Cloud Springs Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested April 15 on charges of disorderly conduct, driving while license suspended or revoked and new resident has 30 days to obtain tag. 

Shonda White Arnold, 42, of 2068 Graysville Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested April 16 on charges of driving while license suspended and suspended registration.

Brian Leonard Clayton, 41, of 222 South Center Street, Rossville was arrested April 16 on a probation violation. 

Christopher Ryan Posey, 18, of 701 Ridgeland Road, Rossville was arrested April 16 on charges from another agency.

Printice James Barnett, 26, of 1614 West 56th Street, Chattanooga was arrested April 17 on a charge of theft by shoplifting. 

Bruttany Louise Barnett, 23, of 2770 4th Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested April 17 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding……….30

Speeding in a construction zone……….1

Failure to change name or address……….3

License required……….2

Suspended registration………3

Permitting unlicensed person to drive……….1

Vehicle approaching to entering intersection……….1

Driving while license suspended or revoked……….9

License to be carried & exhibited on demand……….1

Operation of vehicles registered in other states………..1

Following too closely……….4

Window tint violation……….1

Improper left turn……….1

Failure to obey stop signs and/or yield signs……….2

Proof of insurance required……….3

Improper turning………..2

Driving unsafe or improperly equipped vehicle………..1

No-passing zones………..1

Maintaining a disorderly house……….1

Use of “fighting words”, obscene and vulgar language……….1

Driving on divided highways……….3

Safety belt violations………..17

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….12

Limited driving permits for certain offenders……….1

Use of license plate to misrepresent identity of vehicle……….1

Failure to obey traffic control devices………19


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