Walker County Arrest Report For May 26-June 1

Monday, June 2, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for May 26-June 1:

REYES    ROSA    E    H/F    49    COKER    FTML, DRIVING WITHOUT VALID LICENSE, STRIKING FIXED OBJECT
TURCIOS    WIL    ALFREDO    H/M    35    TERRY    DRIVING WITHOUT VALID LICENSE, STRIKING FIXED OBJECT, PERMITTING UNLICENSED PERSON TO DRIVE
LEDFORD    KENNETH    JAKE    W/M    48    BALLARD    
BURNS    NICHOLAS    LEBRON    W/M    24    Officer PAYNE    DISORDERLY CONDUCT
HOLBROOK    ALAN    SCOTT    WM    25    CHATTOOGA    HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
HEDGEPATH    AARON    BLAKE    WM    23    CHATTOOGA    HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
COCHRAN    HAROLD    LEONARD    WM    22    CHATTOOGA    HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
PRATER    TRAVIS     -    WM        WALK IN    HOLD FOR TRANSPORT

MCMAHAN    JESSICA    MARIE    WF    19    Officer GARRISON      DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, EXPIRED TAG                                                              
SCHAFFER    PAMELA    ARLENE    WF    48    Officer MILLER    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F) , BOND SURRENDER
SIMMONS    RANDALL    BRENT    WM    38    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOALTION (F)
O’SHEA    KATIE    MARISA    WF    22    CLIFT LPD    THEST BY SHOPLIFTING/ DISODERLY CONDUCT
LECROY    RANDY    JOE    WM    53    Officer CARTER    PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
JONES    MATTHEW    LEE    WM    34    Officer MORRIS    DUI,DRUGS/ FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE/ TURN SIGNAL
BYNUM    ALISHA    JANE    WF    25    KELLEY LPD    SUSPENDED LICENSE
FREE    RICHARD    BLAKE    WM    68    Officer HILL    CRIMINAL TRESPASS

CROFT    MISTY    DAWN    W/F    34    Officer COOK    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
PICKETT    PATRICIA    ANN    W/F    60    Officer SUMMERS    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, TRESPASS
CARTER    TABITHA    DENISE    W/F    39    Officer LANIER    POSSESSION OF METH
HOLLOWAY    SIDNEY    KELVIN    W/M    51    Officer MILLER    POSSESSION OF METH
CARMON    TRAVIS    DEWAYNE    W/M    34    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
TORY    COREY    DEWAYNE    B/M    21    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
HALE    JAMIE    JOANNE    W/F    35    WILSON    SHOPLIFTING
CHANDLER    BRANDON    NICHOLAS    W/M    28    Officer ELLENBURG    SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
CONNAR    LAURA    BETH    W/F    30    SCOGGINS    THEFT BY RECEIVING
JOHNSON    CHARLES    DAVID    W/M    38    Officer MILLER    THEFT BY RECEIVING
PEMBERTON    BRIAN    CLINTON    W/M/    43    SCOGGINS    THEFT BY RECEIVING, THEFT BY BRINGING INTO STATE
VALESQUEZ    DANIEL    REY    H/M    17    Officer CAMPBELL    SHOPLIFTING
CROUSE    CINDY    DIANNE    W/F    46    Officer GARRISON    DUI
MILLER    JESSICA    ASHLEY    W/F    27    Officer CAMPBELL    THEFT BY TAKING (F) WARRANT
BOLDING    STEPHANIE    ANN    W/F    43    Officer WHITFIELD    TRESPASS
HOLCOMB    SPENCER    JUDE    W/M    37    Officer SIMPSON    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
BOTTS    RANDALL    EUGENE    W/M    55    LANG    DUI

BROCK     MICHAEL    RONNELL    W/M    39    Officer SIMPSON    PROBATION VIOLATION(M), CRIMINAL TRESPASS, SIMPLE ASSAULT
TATE    DONATHY    JANETH    W/F    31    Officer CHANDLER    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
DEBERRY    JESSE    WAYNE    W/M    28    Officer ELLENBURG    SUSPENDED LICENSE
ROBERSON    ADAM    MATHEW    W/M    28    Officer SUMMERS    2 COUNTS AGG.

ASSAULT. WARRANT
BALL    JEREMY    ALLEN    W/M    29    Officer ELLENBURG    DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
BRADEN    CHARLES    MICHAEL    W/M    24    Officer BRADLEY    HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY
WALDON    RICKEY    TODD    W/M    23    Officer PERKINS    PROBATION VIOLATION
HOLMES    CHRISTOPHER    SHANE    W/M    28    Officer STANFIELD    CHILD MOLESTATION, COMPUTER PORNOGRAPHY
BLAYLOCK    DAVID    MIKE    W/M    53    Officer CRUISE    AFFIXING TAG, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
DEWEY    ZACHARY    BLAKE    W/M    22    Officer BLAYLOCK    FAILURE TO APPEAR
ROSS    STEVEN    JAMES    W/M    30    Officer ARMSTRONG    PROBATION VIOLATION
PISCH    PATRICK    JOSEPH    W/M    37    Officer WHITFIELD    GIVING FALSE NAME/ BIRTHDAY
BENDAR    CARY    LYNN    W/F    31    Officer WHITFIELD    SIMPLE BATTERY
SWEENEY    JOHNATHAN    --    W/M    26    Officer ARMSTRONG    CHILD SUPPORT (X2), BURGLARY, FUGITIVE, THEFT BY TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE

MANIS    BRIAN    LEELEND    W/M    48    Officer DENNY    HOUSED WAITING ON FOULTON COUNTY
GREATHOUSE    JODY    LEN    W/M    21     BUCKNER GSP    DUI, FTML
DUTTON    TRACY    JEAN    W/F    43    Officer MCBEE    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
KAISER    DALTON    EUGENE    W/M    47    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
TURNER    TONY    DALE    W/M    28    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
GRANT    HEATHER    MARE    W/F    31    Officer MILLER    THEFT BY TAKING (M)
OLIVER    CAMERON    JOHNATHAN    W/M    23    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
BOWMAN    CARLAN    DONTEZ    B/M    23    Officer MILLER    HINDERING APPREHENSION OF A CRIMINAL APPREHENSION OF A CRIMINAL (F)/ CAPIAS WARRANT
GENRY-FARRIS    KELSEY    ELIZABETH    W/F    20    Officer MILLER    BENCH WARRANT (F)
PHILLIPS    WILLIAM    KIMBRO    W/M    53    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
PHILLIPS    KENNETH    LEE    W/M    31    Officer SIMPSON    SIMPLE ASSAULT (FVA)
PENA    FRANK    WADE    W/M    48    GARRISON RPD    THEFT UNDER $1500

BLEVINS    MICHAEL    KREED    WM    25    GARRISON    DUI/NOISE VIOLATION/SUSPENDED LICENSE/FAILURE TO MAIONTAIN LANE/OPEN CONTAINER
WORSHAM    PAUL    EDWARD    WM    26    GARRISON    PERMITTING DUI/DISODERLY CONDUCT/PUBLIC DRUNK/OPEN CONTAINER/PERMITTING UNLICENSED PERSON
VAUGHN    KIMBERLY    ANNE    WF    35    HICKS    THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)
HOOD    CARLTON    LEBRON    BM    24    GARRISON    NO PROOF OF INSURANCE/ SUSPENDED LICENSE
WATKINS    ALDRIC    DESHAUN    BM    26    WALK IN    WEEKENDER

PARSON    SEREASA    BOBBIE LYNN    WF    24    Officer DUNN LPD    THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (F)
O’DELL    KEVIN    MICHAEL    WM    25    Officer MORRIS RPD    DUI, FTML, TO FAST FOR CONDITIONS, RUNNING RED LIGHT
KIDD    JUSTIN    WADE    WM    25    Officer GARRISON RPD    DUI
MAGIN    CHARLES    ERIC    WM    35    THOMAS GSP    SEATBELT VIOLATION, POSS MARIJUANA, POSS METH
MCDOWELL    DUSTIN    EUGENE    WM    26    WALK-IN    TRANSPORT DOC
CARLISLE    RILEY    BROOKE    WF    23    THOMAS GSP    DUI
GUY    DAVIN    WAYNE    BM    17    Officer GARRISON    SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)









 



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