Walker County Arrest Report For March 31-April 6

Monday, April 7, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for March 31-April 6:

YOUNG    JESSIE    ALLEN    WM    45    Officer DENNY    PROBATION VIOLATION (F), OBSTRUCTION (M)
BOYD    REAUNA    LECOLLE    BF    23    Officer DENNY    OBSTRUCTION, FALSE NAME
HAMILTON    MARTIN    LEMUEL    WM    63    Officer SUMMERS    CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
JONES    ALICIA    RENE    BF    23    Officer PAYNE    SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, IMPROPER BACKING
YOTT    NICHOLAS    SEAN    WM    18    Officer CLARK    THEFT BY TAKING (M)

MAPLES    HEATHER    BROOKE    WF    28    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M) PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
GROUGAN    CHRISTOPHER    ROBER    WM    34    Officer GRIFFIN    HOLD FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY
BREEDLOVE    CHRISTOPHER    EUGENE    WM    36    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
SMITH    WILLIAM    ANDREW    WM    66    Officer ELLENBURG    POSSESION OF METH/ OPEN CONTAINER
SHOCKLEY    DESIREE    NICHOLS    BF    19    Officer AVANS    HOUSE FOR CHATTOOGA
SMITH    ALLISON    LEE    WF    28    Officer AVANS    HOUSE FOR CHATTOOGA
HILL    CURTIS    WAYNE    WM    58    Officer CLARK    PAROLE VIOLATION
HANKINS    LEBRON    WILEY    WM        Officer WHITFIELD    DUI
NELSON    NANCY    LYNN    WF    30    Officer BLALOCK    DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED
STAR    TIM    MARIE    WF    46    Officer CLRK    BENCH WARRANT (F) THEFT BY TAKING

DELUCA    TEDDY    JOSEPH    W/M    20    COKER    FTA (F)
WALLIN    PHILLIP    EARL    W/M    46    BLALOCK    FTA (F)
MIELKE    ROBERT    JAMES    W/M    35    MCBEE    RETURNED FROM FURLOUGH
MEILKE    PRICILLA        W/F    41    MAYNOR    RETURNED FROM FURLOUGH
KIRBY    CONSTANCE    TASAWANYA    W/F    27    WILLIAMS    RETURNED FROM CHATTOOGA COURT
GIFFORD    LACEY    DEANN    W/F    24    KENDRICK    TRANSPORTED TO HMC
RACKLEY    JUSTIN    BROCK    W/M    30    COKER    PAROLE VIOL, SUSP LIC
MURRAY    JAMES    LEE    W/M    54    SUMMERS    PROB VIOL (F)
PETERSON    ROBERT    ASHLEY    W/M    45    SUMMERS    PROB VIOL (F)
BUCHANAN    MICAH    DEVAUGHN    B/M    22    GARRISON    OBSTR 2 CTS (F), SIMP BATT, FALSE INFO
MILLSAPS    MONICA    LYNN    W/F    41    BRADLEY    RETURNED FROM FURLOUGH
GREEN    COY    TYLER    W/M    21    BRADLEY    RETURNED FROM FURLOUGH
HALE    DUSTY    BUTCH    W/M    38    WILSON    HOLD FOR FORT OGLETHORPE PD
MILLER    BRETT    PARKER    W/M    29    FORREST    BATTERY FVA, CRUEL TO CHILD 2CTS

MURPHY    LAJUANDA    DEMA    B/F    34    LANG    SUSPENDED LICENSE ; NO TAIL LIGHTS
RAPIER    RICHARD    SHANE    W/M    28    MILLER    TERROSITIC THREATS ; (F) PROBATION
ELROD    QUINTON    JEAMAL    B/F    29    MILLER    BURGLARY (W)
HARDSON    LATASHA    VENICE    B/F    39    MILLER    PROBATION (F)
SLAUGHTER    KANDICE    SHUNTA    W/F    29    MILLER    BURGLARY
CALDWELL    HALEY    AUTUMN    W/F    35    CHATTOOGA    HOUSE FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
JONES    SARA    BROOKE    W/F    31    CHATTOOGA    HOUSE FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
HAYWOOD    HOLLY    KATHRINE    W/F    23    CHATTOOGA    HOUSE FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
FOSTER    SHENAY    LAVERN    W/F    29    GRIFFIN    CHILD SUPPORT
CHICKEN    BRYANT    LEE    W/M    54    PERRY    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
CAMERON    RODNEY    JAY    W/M    52    PROBATION    PROBATION (F)
WEST    MARK    ADAM    W/M    42    REYNOLDS    DISORDERLY CONDUCT (CITY ORD)
LIGHT    JASON    LEE    W/M    37    PERKINS    NPI , LEAVE SCENE, EXPIRED TAG, DUI, RECKLESS DRIVING, SUSPENDED LICENSE
JONES    STEPHEN    LEE    W/M    23    CLARK    PROBATION (F) HOLD FOR CATOOSA
FORRESTER    JASON    SCOTT    W/M    37    CLARK    VIOLATION OF TPO (M)
CROOK    DANNY    LEE    W/M    54    HOUSER    RTN FROM FURLOUGH
YOUNG    BYRON    JEROME    W/M    38    CLARK    PROBATION (F)
SOSEBEE    CLARK    ERIC    W/M    51    REYNOLDS    SIMPLE ASSAULT-FVA
WHITE    TIMOTHY    BRYAN    W/M    38    BALLARD    DUI, FAILURE TO YIELD, DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSE ON PERSON

HARRIS    JIMMIE    LEBRON    B/M    22    Officer DENNY     POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN OZ.

(M). & DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
STRAWTER    LEE    EVERETTE    B/M    39    Officer ARMSTRONG    RETURN FROM H.M.C.
LAWSON    LEE    MICHAEL    W/M    38    Officer PAYNE    CITY WARRANT
FARMER    BARRON    ANTONIO    B/M    35    Officer DUNCAN    RETURNING FROM P.F.C.
HOLLAND    RANDY    KEITH    W/M    18    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION
SOSEBEE    CLARK    ERIC    W/M    53    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
RAPIER    RICKY    DEAN    W/M    24    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
DIETZ    DEBORAH    RUTH    W/F    59    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
GERMAINE    ROBERT    VINCENT    W/M    58    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
HOLCOMB    LEONARD    TERRY    W/M    52    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
EAKIN    MATTHEW    BRUCE    W/M    30    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
DYE    APRIL    LYNN    W/F    39    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION
MORGAN    DESNEY    MICHELE    WF    35    Officer STANFILED    SIMPLE BATTERY

CHASE    BRANDON    CALDWELL    W/M    41    Officer BREWER    CRIMINAL TRESPASS
CRABTREE    CHRISTOPHER    RYAN    W/M    16    Officer STANFIELD    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
BROOME    DACODA    LEE    W/M    22         Officer COKER    FINANCIAL TRANSACTION FRAUD
CROSS    THOMAS    BURL III    W/M    49    Officer HICKS    DUI
HOWELL    VALERIE    KAYE       W/F    42    Officer BLAYLOCK    DUI, OPEN CONTAINER

ALLEN    ANDRE    ANTHONY    BM    26    Officer MORRIS    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
TRANTHEM    ALEXIS    EUROPA    WF    28    Officer MORRIS    THEFT BY TAKING X2(M)
PETRISCH    VINCENT    HENRY    WM    33         Officer MORRIS    PROBATION VIOLATION (M) RPD
WEST    TAWNYA    RENEE    WF    44    Officer LATTA    SIMPLE BATTERY X2 FVA, SIMPLE BATTERY
CRABTREE    JEREMY    KEITH                       WM    22    Officer BUCKNER    DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, WRONG CLASS LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
KEETON    MICHAEL    PHILIP    WM    27    Officer BROWN    SUSPENDED LICENSE


 


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