Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For May 30-June 5

Friday, June 6, 2014

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for May 30-June 5:

Michael Allen Hubbard, 17, of 284 Alexander Road, Ringgold was arrested May 29 on a charge of burglary.

Kenneth Michael Johnson, 23, of 431 Kirkland Road, Apt. 3224, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested May 29 on charges of driving while license suspended and failure to obey traffic control device. 

Tabitha Michelle Baker, 17, of 1501 East 36th Street, Chattanooga was arrested May 29 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Butchie Ellis Neal, 38, of 1208 Foster Drive, Rossville was arrested May 29 on a parole violation. 

Amanda Mae Jacobs, 28, of 86 Bluffview Circle, Flintstone was arrested May 30 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Patrick Joseph Kendall, 26, of 3936 Churchill Road, Chattanooga was arrested May 30 on a charge of theft by shoplifting. 

John Edward Dailey, 43, of 75 Wilda Lou Drive, Chickamauga was arrested May 30 on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Sarai Marie Johnson, 17, of 415 Hollywood Road, Rossville was arrested May 30 on charges of underage consumption and possession of marijuana. 

Joseph Jones, 43, of 906 Brown Avenue, Rossville was arrested June 1 on a charge of driving while license suspended or revoked.

Kyle Garrett White, 26, of 403 Caglewood Way, Canton, GA was arrested June 1 on charges of driving while license suspended/revoked, driving in violation of conditions of limited permit and failure to obey traffic control device. 

Joshua Tyson Smith, 18, of 110 ½ Chambers Street, Rossville was arrested June 3 on a probation violation.

Michelle Lee Rowe, 27, of 5318 Lee Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested June 3 on a hold for Rhea County, Tennessee. 

Charles Clyde Ramey, 40, of 5318 Lee Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested June 3 on charges of affixing tag to conceal identity of vehicle and driving while license revoked.

George Steven Foster, 58, of 204 Lake Ridge Road, Chickamauga was arrested June 4 on a charge of shoplifting. 

Valerie Joyce Jorgensen, 25, of 5606  Parkerson Road, Apison was arrested June 4 on charges of suspended license and failure to obey traffic control device.

Chris Shaun Simpson, 41, of 208 Robert E. Lee Street, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 5 on charges of aggravated assault and simple battery. 

Citation Statistics:

Speeding………22

Entering or crossing roadway……….1

License required……….1

Failure to change name and/or address…………1

Improper turning at intersections……….3

Failure to obey stop signs and yield signs…………6

Driving while license suspended or revoked……….4

Proof of insurance required………1

Failure to obey authorized person(s) directing traffic…………1

Improper left turn………..2

Brake lights and turn signals required………..1

Possession of marijuana………..1

Driving on divided highways………..2

Safety belt violations………..38

Suspended registration……….1

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….10

Illegal U-turns…………1

Limited driving permits for certain offenders………..1

Removing or affixing license plate with intent to conceal……….1

Underage consumption……….1

Failure to obey traffic control devices………15

Possession of controlled substances…………1



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