Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For May 9-15

Friday, May 16, 2014

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for May 9-15:

Timothy James Gamble, 40, of 54 Pinto Lane, Ringgold was arrested May 15 on a probation violation.

Richard William Durham, 33, of 100 Parkwood Drive, Rossville was arrested May 8 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Minh Chi Diep, 25, of 6814 Chapelfield Lane, Houston, TX was arrested May 8 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Brittany S. Blackwell, 22, of 7673 Bishop Drive, Apt. 8, Chattanooga was arrested May 8 on a probation violation.



Mark Anthony Gibson, 44, of 228 Whispering Pines Circle, White, GA was arrested May 9 on a failure to appear charge.

Lawrence Foster Goodine, 33, of 2706 Wind Thrush Drive, Chattanooga was arrested May 9 on charges of reckless conduct and reckless driving.

Tonya Nicole Hartley, 26, of 8304 Biggs Road, Ooltewah was arrested May 9 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

James Donald Lynn, 57, of 453 Woods Road, Tunnel Hill was arrested May 9 on a charge of public drunk.

Miranda Breia Johnson, 23, of 34 Shady Place, Ringgold was arrested May 10 on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked, expired registration, no insurance, suspended registration and possession of marijuana.
Ricardo Sardinas, 44, of 505 Oak Crest Lane, Hixson was arrested May 10 on charges of driving while license revoked and failure to obey a traffic control device.

Pamela Leanna Driggers, 40, of 415 East Circle Drive, Rossville was arrested May 10 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

David Lynn Holcomb, 25, of 1402 Dover Lane, East Ridge was arrested May 11 on a charge of driving while license suspended or revoked.

Melissa Anne Slicker, 41, of 2705 Lakeshore Drive, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested May 11 on charges of driving under the influence of drugs and expired license.

Nicholas Hunter Davis, 20, of 4323 Spriggs Street, East Ridge was arrested May 11 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Alexander Jordan Perry, 19, of 4006 12th Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested May 11 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Scott Allen Jordan, 31, of 99 Stegall Road, Rossville was arrested May 12 on a probation violation.

Hailey Freedom Hicks, 17, of 23 Infantry Drive, Rossville was arrested May 12 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Robert Clay Graham, 26, of 435 Century Drive, Rossville was arrested May 12 on a charge of driving while license suspended or revoked.

Casey Dewayne Webb, 38, of 26 Fay Circle, Ringgold was arrested May 13 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding.

David Allen Hamilton, 24, of 7103 Shelly Lane, Rossville was arrested May 13 on charges of criminal trespass, obstruction of officers and drinking and disorderly.

Stephanie Marie Smith, 24, of 1830 Fant Drive, Apt. O-87, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested May 14 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

James Holt, 56, of 939 Mack Smith Road, Rossville was arrested May 15 on a probation violation.

Dean Ray Ridley, 23, of 263 Johnson Road NW, Lot 6, Cartersville was arrested May 15 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding………37
Following too closely……….3
Reckless driving…………2
Failure to obey stop signs and yield signs…………1
Driving while license suspended or revoked……….4
Driving with expired license……….1
Proof of insurance required………3
Safety belt violations………..44
Suspended registration……….4
Public drunkenness……….1
Operation of vehicle without current plate……….11
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs……….2
Use of “fighting words”, obscene and vulgar language……….2
Driving on divided highways………..1
Failure to obey traffic control devices………28
 


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