Walker County Arrest Report For May 5-11

Monday, May 12, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for May 5-11:

LEWIS    NICHOLAS    MATHEW    W/M    27    Officer STREET    RETURN FOR COURT
HALL    TIMOTHY    FRANKLIN    W/M    46    Officer SUMMERS    SENTENCED
MCRAE    JUSTIN    LAMAR    W/M    26    Officer GILLELAND    SENTENCED
DEAN    FARON    CHASE    W/M    19    Officer GILLELAND    SENTENCED
HALL    CORY    LEE    W/M    26    Officer MILLER    FLEEING/ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE
LECROY    RANDY    JOE    W/M    33    Officer GARRISON    PUI
WALKER    LOGAN    BRADFORD    W/M    17    Officer MULLIS    SIMPLE BATTERY
DRIGANS    DANNIELLE    NECOLE    W/F    29    Officer CAMPBELL    LICENSE SUSPENDED, WINDSHEILD VIOLATION
LEMMING    DEBRA    RUTH    W/F    43    Officer BLAYLOCK    PROBATION VIOLATION, THEFT BY CONVERSION
STRAWTER    LEE    EVERETT    B/M    39    Officer BRADLEY    RETURN FROM HMC
RIZZO    PAUL    MICHAEL    W/M    20    Officer CLARK    OBSTRUCTING EMERGENCY CALL, SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
CAMPBELL    CRYSTAL    DIANNA    W/F    24    Officer SAINTHILL    HOLD FOR CHATOOGA
HOOD    WALTER    JAMES    W/M    46    Officer PHILPOTT    ROBBERY
MORRIS    JEREMY    DAVID    W/M    20    Officer BUCKNER    VGCSA

NORTH     BONITA        B/F    49    Officer OWENS    DUI, TO FAST FOR CONDITIONS, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
BAILEY    KELLY    ANN    W/F    47    Officer CASH    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
MCKEEL    LISA    YVONNE    W/F    32    Officer BLAYLOCK    PROBATION VIOLATION
REED    CINDEL    ELLEN    W/F    28    Officer DIXON    CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT
MICHAELS    AUDREY    MARIE    W/F    51     SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
SMITH    SEAN    CHRISTOPHER    W/F    40    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION
CARRINGTON    GARY     ALLEN    W/M    26    SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
BOOTH    JESSIE    WEBSTER    W/M    51        DUI, HIT AND RUN, FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY
MCCALLISTER    JESSICA    LAUREN    W/F    26    Officer CLARK    BATTERY
MCCALLISTER    BRITTANY    NICOLE    W/F    25    Officer CLARK    BATTERY
GORE    BARRY    LEE    W/M    51    Officer FOREST    BATTERY (FVA)
BEARD    WILLIAM    CHRISTOPHER    W/M    42    Officer CLARK    CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
SNYDER    GREGORY    SCOTT    W/M    43    Officer LPD    SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA) X2
SWEET    TABITHA    LASHAE    W/F    23    Officer CLARK    CRIMINAL TRESPASS
MORRIS    HUNTER    LARON    W/M    22    Officer WHITFIELD    SIMPLE BATTERY

FUOSS    WILLIAM    LEE    W/M    33    Officer GRAVITT    SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
NEAL    RODNEY    ALAN    B/M    47    WALK IN    HOLD FOR COURT
HAWKINS    JUSTIN    TUCKER    W/M    22    WALK IN    HOLD FOR COURT
CRONNAN    CURTIS    BYRON    W/M    20    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
WHITE    CAYLA    ANNETE    W/F    49    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION  (M)
JACKSON    RANDALL    NMN    B/M    51    Officer BREWER    PAROLE VIOLATION
GONZALEZ    GUSTAVO    EQUARDO    H/M    37    Officer GRIFFIN    SPEEDING,  DRIVING ON SUSPENDED
KAMINSKI    JOHN    DAVID    W/M    23    Officer SUMMERS    HOLD FOR BARROW COUNTY
RICKARD    ADAM    ROSS    W/M    33    WALK IN    SENTENCED
KALANSKI    MICHELLE    RENEE    W/F    29    WALK IN    HOLD FOR COURT
CAREATHERS    RONALD    EUGENE    B/M    49    PROBATION    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
LEMING    DEBRA    JAQEULINE    W/F    43    Officer KENDRICK    RETURN FROM HMC
WHALER    SEQUAYAH    ARIZONA    W/F    21    Officer CARTER    BATTERY FVA
DINTSCH    WILLIAM    TRAVIS    W/M    28    Officer CLARK    HOLD FOR CATOOSA
LESTER    DAVID    CORNELL    B/M    40    GSP     TAG LIGHT, DUI

SILVEY    CODY    WAYNE    WM    19    WALK IN    SENTENCED
OWENS    GARY    DELL    WM    25    Officer BROWN    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
ELLISON    FRED    WILLIAM    BM    25    Officer TERRY    DISODERLY CONDUCT
WILLIAMS    ROBERT    LEBRONE    WM        Officer TERRY    DISODERLY CONDUCT
HENDERSON    JESSICA    NICOLE    WF    20    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
BROWN    VANESSA    NICOLE    WF    26    CHATTOOGA CO    HOUSED  FOR CHATTOOGA
MILES    DOMINIQUE    CORTREL    BM    22    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
BUCHANON    JACOB    BRETT    WM    18    WALK IN    SENTENCED
HILBURN    JAMIE    ELAINE    WF    32    WALK IN    SENTENCED
WALKER    CHRISTIAN    MICHELLE    WF    24    RPD GARRISON    VIOLATION OF PROBATION (M)
POOLE    JEREMIAH    JAMES    WM    31    RPD GARRISON    VIOLATION OF PROBATION (M)
ROGERS    DANNY    LYNN    WM    45    Officer MORRIS    ***
DURHAM    DONNY    RAY    WM    65    Officer CLARK    FAILUER TO APPEAR (F)
HOWARD    JESSE    ALLEN    WM    42    CHATTOOGA CO    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY

BOLDING    STEPHANIE    ANN    W/F    43    Officer BROWN    CRIMINAL TRESPASS
JUV                    Officer CARTER    
BLACKWELL    BRITTANY    SHENA    B/F    25    Officer MORRIS    FAILURE TO APPEAR
HENDERSON    ASHLEY    BROOKE    W/F    23    Officer DEBORD    SUSPENDED LICENSE
MATTHEWS    VENCENT    LEE    W/M    29    Officer    CRIMINAL TRESPASS
MASON    BRANDON    DEAN    W/M    17    MILLER    STATUTORY RAPE
KING    CASEY    JOHN ALLEN    W/M    23    Officer DEBORD    DUI,  POSSESION WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE
HODNETT    SHELBY    LEIGH    W/F    21    FRANKLIN    ***
VAUGHN    JASON    DANIEL    W/M    39    Officer STANFIELD    THEFT BY DECEPTION
HARDSON    LATASHA    DENISE    B/F    39        RETURNED FROM WHITFIELD
GREEN    CHRISTOPHER    DALE    W/M    24    Officer MILLER    HOLD FOR WALTON COUNTY
WATKINS    CHAD     HOYT    W/M    34    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION
CARTER    CHARLES    LEE    W’M    79    Officer BLAYLOCK    DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
RAMOS JR    MARTIN        W/M    32    Officer OWENS    SIMPLE BATTERY
LESLIE    DAVID    FRANKLIN    W/M    40    Officer CLARK    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED BATTERY, WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER POSSESSION OF KNIFE DURING THE COMMISION OF CERTAIN FELONIES
GERMAINE    VINCENT    ROBERT    W/M    58    WALK IN    WEEKENDER
GOINS    CAROLYN    JEAN    W/F    65    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION
WARE    JACOB    SOLUMN    B/M    17    Officer CLARK    BATTERY, ROBBERY
NORTH    BONITA    -    B/F    49    Officer CLARK    PROBATION VIOLATION
MARTIN    DONALD    ADAM    W/M    43    Officer BUCKLES    OBSTRUCTION

DEBORD    DAVID    DALTON    W/M    19    Officer  DENNY    -
CONLON    THOMAS    EDWARD    W/M    45    Officer LANG    DUI
EVERETT    CASEY    NICOLE    W/F    23    GSP GEDDIE    CAPIAS, DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, NO INSURANCE, GIVING FALSE NAME TO OFFICER, TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS, LICENSE SUSPENDED 30 DAYS TO REGISTER VEHICLE
DESALVO    JORDAN    ALEXANDER    W/F    17    RPD Officer / DTF BROWN    ROBBERY, BATTERY
HUGHES    HOWARD    EDWARD    W/M    49    Officer PERKINS    SUSPENDED LICESNSE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN
STRICKLAND    DAVID    RAY    W/M    59    Officer RPD    DUI
CLARK    SKY    NICOLE    W/F    26    Officer OWENS    AFFRAY
DALTON    TERREATHA    LEANN    W/F    33    Officer OWENS    AFFRAY
VERDIER    DIANA    LYNN    W/F    56    Officer WHITFIELD    SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
COCHRAN    ROBERT    SHANE     W/M    31    Officer WILSON    AFFRAY
ANDERSON    TAHNEE    LEANN    W/F     36     Officer DENNY    DUI, NO INSURANCE ,SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, EXPIRED PLATES

ESCAMILLA-ZAVALETA    DOUGLAR    ADONAY    H/M    24    Officer LANG    DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE
HILL    ASHLEY    NICOLE    W/F    26    Officer FRANKLIN    PROBATION VIOLATION
MITCHELL    TERRY    LAVERNE    W/M    49    Officer     DUI-DRUG
QUALLS    KRISTY    MICHELLE    W/F    35    Officer FRANKLIN    CHILD SUPPORT
RHODES    SCOTT    ALAN    W/M    36    Officer WILSON    VIOLATION TPO







 


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