Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For June 13-19

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for June 13-19:

Amber Nicole Goldsmith, 31, of 213 Foster Drive, Ringgold was arrested June 18 on a charge of theft  by taking.

Papa Ousmane Ndiaye, 29, of 3325 Plowfield Ct, Richmond, VA was arrested June 12 on multiple charges of financial transaction card fraud.

Makesha Cartina Ndiaye, 36, of 5310 Grand Oak Drive, Chester, VA was arrested June 12 on multiple charges of financial transaction card fraud.

Jordan Hobbs, 19, of 42 Big Creek Lane, Ringgold was arrested June 13 on a charge of forgery.



Robert Dewayne Boran, 26, of 1410 Mack Smith Road, Apt. 271, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 13 was arrested June 13 on charges of criminal interference with government property, obstruction of officers, driving while license suspended/revoked, reckless conduct and escape.

Jason Edward Swafford, 30, of 73 Oakwood Terrace, Chickamauga was arrested June 13 on a probation violation.

Eric W. Keener, 52, of 551 Park City Road, Rossville was arrested June 13 on charges of probation violation, possession/distribution/illegal sale of dangerous drugs and drugs to be in original container.

Anna Marie Domino, 43, of 4160 Jersey Pike, Chattanooga was arrested June 13 on charges of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, possession of dangerous drugs/weapons and drugs not kept in original container.
Kristen Danielle Brackett, 22, of 302 Forrest Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 13 on charges of aggravated assault, possession of dangerouls drugs/weapons and drugs not kept in original container.

John Westley Hawkins, 22, of 655 Slygo Road, Trenton was arrested June 13 on charges of possession of dangerous drugs or weapons and drugs not kept in original container.

Garrett Lavaughn, 22, of 106 James Street, Rossville was arrsetd June 13 for failure to dim headlight

Candice Lanee Oliver, 22, of 200 Back Draft Lane, Lot 50, Rossville was arrested June 13 on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Joel Aaron Gilliland, 28, of 603 Lincoln Street, Lafayette was arrested June 14 on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Brandon Lee Webb, 19, was arrested June 14 on charges of driving without headlights, violation of class D license and driving under the influence.

Caleb Lee-Guy Tallent, 23, of 274 Sim Goodwin Road SW, McDonald, TN was arrested June 14 on a charge of simple battery.

April D. Barrett, 29, of 62 Windy Hill Drive, Ringgold was arrested June 14 on charges of driving while license suspended / revoked and failure to obey traffic control device.

Edwin Francisco Cano, 28, of 4 Beaver Road, Rossville was arrested June 15 on charges of driving without a license and failure to maintain lane.

Yvonne Jackson, 46, of 125 Ogles Way, Cohutta was arrested June 15 on an outstanding warrant.

Jeffery Scott Sutton, 34, of 730 Germantown Road #518, East Ridge was arrested June 15 on charges of laying drags and driving under the influence of alcohol.

Jonathan Adonnis White, 26, of 2531 Judson Lane, Apt. 216, Chattanooga was arrested June 16 on charges of speeding, driving while license suspended and possession of marijuana.

Keelee Patricia Gilliam, 23, of 19 Ford Lane, Rossville was arrested June 16 on a charge of driving while license suspended.

Jayson William Collar, 29, of 1830 Fant Drive, Apt. G38, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 17 on charges of driving while license suspended and expired revalidation decal.

Kevin Dewayne Zellander, 46, of 1410 West 46th Street, Chattanooga was arrested June 17 on charges of disorderly conduct, driving while license suspended and expired registration.

Volonte Christopher Bell, 23, of 10164 Fielding Road, Ooltewah was arrested June 17 on charges of speeding and driving while license revoked.

Gregory Tyler Stoner, 27, of 7 Pegram Circle, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 17 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Eric Shane Gillis, 36, of 39 Yester Oak Drive, Lafayette was arrested June 18 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.
Eli Cooper Morris, 30, of 361 Sutton Drive, Ringgold was arrested June 19 on charges of driving while license suspended and defective tail light(s).

Christopher Allan McWhorter, 28, of 3116 Third Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested June 19 for failure to appear.

Elizabeth Renee Roach, 22, of 527 Red Bud Road, Rossville was arrested June 19 on a probation violation.

Michael Ray Wilbanks, 42, of 527 Red Bud Road, Rossville was arrested June 19 on charges of driving on suspended license, tag light violation and affixing tag to misrepresent.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding………14
Entering or crossing roadway……….1
License required……….3
Failure to dim headlights…………1
Following too closely……….5
Improper turning at intersections……….2
Window tint violations……….3
Failure to move over for emergency vehicle……….1
Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment……….1
Failure to obey stop signs and yield signs…………3
Driving while license suspended or revoked……….10
Proof of insurance required………1
Driving on divided highways………..1
Possession of marijuana………..2
Instruction permits and temporary licenses…………1
Safety belt violations………..28
License to be carried and exhibited on demand………..1
Driving in circular or zigzag course/laying drags………..1
Turning movements……….2
Driving on roadways laned for traffic………2
Operation of vehicle without current plate……….11
Defective tail lights…………2
Removing or affixing license plate with intent to conceal………..1
Use of “fighting words”, obscene and vulgar language……….1
Failure to obey traffic control devices………22
Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs……….3
Registration and license requirements………….1
Classes of licenses………..1
 


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