Walker County Arrest Report For July 21-27

Monday, July 28, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for July 21-27:

GALLOWAY    ROY    LEE    WM    32    Officer DENNY    GIVING FALSE NAME
PEREZ    MAUDILIO    NMN    HM    37    Officer GASS    DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED/ FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
BICE    CHRISTOPHER    BLAKE    WM    28    Officer MILLER    POSSESION OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON/ PAROLE VIOLATION
BURRIS    ERIC    SHANE    WM    34    Officer SUMMERS    CHILD SUPPORT
BYRD    PATRICK    WILLIAM    BM    19    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
KNIGHT    AARON    LOUIS    WM    17    Officer CARTER    CRIMINAL TRESPASS WARRANT
NEZ    JAMES    JOSHUA    WM    33    Officer TERRY    RETURN FROM LPD COURT
NEAL    LOGAN    HUNTER    WM    21    GSP BUCKNER    SPEEDING/ OBSTRUCTION

TAYLOR    TYSON    LEVI    WM    18    Officer SUMMERS    CRIMINAL TRESPASS
KOONCE    GREGORY    WILLIAM    WM    24    Officer CLARK    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
BLEVINS    JAMES    MICHAEL    WM    62    Officer MILLER    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
SHEPHARD    CHRISTOPHER    LEE    WM    24    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
BOWERS    KRISTEN    KAREN    WF    33    LINDER    CONTEMPT OF COURT
OVERBY    CARI    RENEE    WF    29    Officer GRIFFIN    SUSPENDED LICENSE/SPEEDING
PENSON    JAMES    EDWARD    WM    42    Officer MILLER    BATTERY FVA
RODRIGUEZ    HERNANDEZ    JUAN GABRIEL    HM    42    Officer STANFIELD    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

GEORGE    JEFERY    LYNN    W/M    49    Officer TATE    VGCSA
LUCAS    SARAH    JANE    W/F    37    Officer ELLENBURG    FOLLOWING TO CLOSELY, NO INSURANCE
SMITH    BRIAN    EDWARD    W/M    42    Officer CAMPBELL    SIMPLE ASSAULT, DISORDERLY CONDUCT
MCCULLOUGH    JASON    SCOTT    W/M    38    Officer SMITH     RETURN FROM HUTCHENSON MEDICAL CENTER
HONEYCUTT    SHANE    EDWARD    W/M    39    Officer SUMMERS    CONTEMPT OG SUPERIOR COURT
DEAN    KODIE    ANN    W/F    45    Officer CROSS    POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, MANUFAC
HARRIS    CHRISTOPHER    JUSTIN    W/M    24    Officer BLALOCK    PAROLE VIOLATION, OBSTRUCTON OF OFFICER
SNYDER    DANEL    ALEX    W/M    25    Officer WILSON    WARRANT- ENTERING AN AUTOMOBILE, WARRANT FLEEING TO ELUDE, OBSTRUCTION OF OFFICER
LONG    PATRICIA    DIANE    W/F    62    Officer GOULART    SIMPLE BATTERY
MITCHELL    JESSIE    RAY    W/M    17    Officer RAMEY    THEFT BY TAKING SHOPLIFTING

DAVIS    TYRONE        B/M    26    Officer PHILPOT    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, DRIVING WHILE LISENCE REVOKED
MCCALLASTER    DANIEL    STEPHEN    W/M    37    Officer ARMSTRONG    OBSTRUCTION, CRIMINAL TRESPASS
SHOCKEY    KEVIN    DOUGLAS    W/M    38    Officer LANG    FAILURE TO APPEAR
PARKER    ROY    LANDEN    W/M    38    Officer MILLER    POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN AN OUNCE, PAROLE VIOLATION, POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON
ADAMS    KAYLA    DENISE    W/F    21    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
SMITH    GREGORY    LYNN    W/M    53    Officer CAMPBELL    SEAT BELT VIOLATION, DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
PRICE    JOHN    TRAVIS    W/M    33    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION, CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT
BURHART    JACK    DEWAYNE    W/M    47    Officer ELLENBURG    POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II, FAILURE TO MAINTAINE LANE
ANDERSON    JOEY    BRANDON    W/M    29    GSP GASS    FOLLOWING TO CLOSELY, DUI DRUGS, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER
SCOTT    JEREMY    KEITH     W/M    35    Officer WILSON    PROBATION VIOLATION
THOMPSON    ANTHONY    BRAD    W/M    36    Officer ARMSTRONG    DRIVING WHILE LISENCE SUSPENDED
DENIS    MICHAEL    WHIT    W/M    51    Officer GOULART    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE

HARRIS    RICKY    ALAN    WM    37    Officer WHITFIELD    SIMPLE BATTERY
EZELL    JOHNATHAN    LAMAR    WM    17    Officer BROWN    UNDERAGE POSSESION OF ALCOHOL
MITCHELL    RONNIE    NMN    WM    46    Officer GASS    SPEEDING/ SUSPENDED LICENSE
BELL    CHRISTOPHER    PAUL    WM    26    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
SIPSY    AMANDA    RENAE    WF    22    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
TISHAW    CHASIRY    NICOLE    WF    23    Officer MILLER    BENCH WARRANT (F)
GILREATH    CLIFTON    GRANT    WM    29    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
COCHRAN    ROBERT    SHANE    WM    31    Officer KELLEY    SIMPLE BATTERY
LOWE    FREDDY    EDWARD    WM    51    WALK IN    WEEKENDER
FOSTER    SCOTTY    LADON    WM    45    WALK IN    WEEKENDER
PERKINS    JOHNATHAN    LAMAR    WM    37    Officer STANFIELD    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)/ SIMPLE BATTERY WARRANT
CLARK    MARRELL    RYAN    BM    43    FORREST RPD    SUSPENDED LICENCE/ HOLD FOR WHITFIELD
RUSSELL    FRANK    RONNIE    WM    20    EVAMS RPD    POSS OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1OZ, FAILURE TO DIM LIGHTS

SHOLTZ    CALVIN    KEITH    WM    21    Officer BLACK    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
ROSS    LUTHER    SAMUEL    WM    21    Officer CARTER    BATTERY FVA
SUDDETH    DONALD    WAYNE    WM    55    Officer TERRY    DUI DRUGS/ FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
SCOGGINS    WILLIAM    ERIC    WM    39    Officer MATHIS    RETURN FROM HMC
BUSBY    DEWEY    LYNN    WM    38    Officer MATHIS    P.

U.I.
WOOTEN    MICHAEL    VINCENT    WM    30    Officer TERRY    SIMPLE BATTERY





 


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