Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For June 26-July 3

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for June 26-July 3:

Jackie Lamar Geer, 28, of 660 Clare Street, Rossville was arrested June 27 on charges of financial transaction card theft, financial transaction card fraud and an outstanding probation violation warrant.

Matthew Scott Strickland, 38, of 2415 Haven Cone Lane, Chattanooga was arrested June 26 on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, possession of Schedule IV, drugs not in original container and failure to maintain lane.



James Robert Millican, 25, of 1453 York Road, Lafayette was arrested June 26 on charges of theft by shoplifting.

Deborah Lynn Adkins, 39, of 537 West Circle Avenue, Rossville was arrested June 27 on charges of drug trafficking and possession of Schedule III, IV, V.

Shaynah Kay Gaddis, 24, of 537 West Circle Avenue, Rossville was arrested June 27 on charges of theft by shoplifting, drug trafficking and possession of Schedule III, IV, V.

Roger Dewayne Coley, 58, of 1806 Dietz Road, Ringgold was arrested June 27 on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, drug trafficking and possession of Schedule III, IV, V.

Johnny Lee Yarbrough, 21, of 22 Sport Lane, Ringgold was arrested June 27 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Tessa Diana Qualls, 32, of 6760 Jordan Run, Chattanooga was arrested June 27 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Marie Nichole Hudson, 22, of 495 Pat Drive, Rossville was arrested June 28 on charges of driving while license suspended/revoked, failure to dim headlights, fleeing attempting to elude police, no insurance and operating a vehicle without a valid tag.

Amanda Elizabeth Olive, 29, of 145 Chandler Road, Lot 29, Chickamauga was arrested June 28 on a probation violation.

Benjamin Day Waddle, 31, of 38 South Glade Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 28 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and tag light requirement.

Dewayne Anthony Hood, 27, of Chandler Road, Chickamauga was arrested June 29 on a charge of loitering and prowling.

Tonya Kay Headrick, 26, of 625 Hickory Lane, Rossville was arrested June 29 on a charge of loitering and prowling.

Elizabeth Jean Patterson, 19, of 495 Carrol Drive, Ringgold was arrested June 29 on charges of possession of marijuana and pedestrian under the influence.

Andrew Kyle Broyles, 22, of 1050 Old Rome-Dalton Road NW, Calhoun was arrested June 29 on charges of driving on suspended license and headlight requirement.

Elaine Elizabeth Bean, 49, of 105 Bruin Lane, Rossville was arrested June 29 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on wrong side of road and failure to yield to emergency vehicle.

Casey Ann Reagan, 29, of 13 Log Road, Ringgold was arrested June 29 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while license suspended/revoked, following too closely and too fast for conditions.

Christopher Paul Hastings, 28, of 876 Callie Jones Road, Chatsworth was arrested June 30 on a fugitive warrant.

Rebecca Dianne Shepard, 52, of 88 Golden Oak Drive, Ringgold was arrested June 30 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Sheena Mercedes McDaniel, 27, of 2211 East 26th Street, Chattanooga was arrested June 30 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Lance Cavin Morton, 20, of 312 Forrest Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested June 30 on a charge of failure to appear.

Dustin Edward Horton, 26, of 536 Cotter Street, Ringgold was arrested July 1 on a fugitive warrant.


Adam Blake Jones, 22, of 26 Marty Drive, Ringgold was arrested July 1 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Tracy Lynn Dunnigan, 43, of 2528 4th Avenue, Chattanooga was arrested July 1 on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

Anthony Drew Green, 25, of 398 Walden Road, Chickamauga was arrested July 1 on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Frank Wade Pena, 48, of 58 Montclair Road, Rossville was arrested July 2 on charges of speeding and driving while license suspended or revoked.

Lonnie Gene Cauthorn, 41, of 2234 North Marbletop Road, Chickamauga was arrested July 2 on charges of driving under the influence, driving while license suspended/revoked and open container.

Justin Samuel Clayton, 28, of 715 Cherokee Trail, Rossville was arrested July 2 on charges of theft by shoplifting.

Ashley Paige Nichols, 26, of 7310 Standifer Gap Road, Fort Oglethorpe was arrested July 2 on charges of theft by shoplifting.

Timothy Lee Matthews, 24, of 334 Camp Jordan Road, Chattanooga was arrested July 2 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding……….6
License required……….1
Driving while license suspended or revoked……….5
Loitering and/or prowling……….1
Fleeing or attempting to elude police……….1
Failure to obey stop signs and/or yield signs……….1
Following too closely……….3
Headlight requirement……….1
Use of multiple-beam lighting equipment……….2
Use of “fighting words”, obscene and vulgar language……….2
Duty to give information and render aid……….1
Proof of insurance required……….2
Suspended registration……….1
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs……….6
Failure to obey traffic control device……….7
License to be carried and exhibited on demand………1
Removing or affixing license plate with intent to conceal……….1
Tail light requirements……….1
Possession of open container of alcoholic beverage while operating a vehicle….1
Operation of vehicle without current plate……….7
Possession of marijuana……….1
Driving on divided highways……….1
Driving on roadways laned for traffic……….3
Seat belt violations……….20
Further limitations on driving on left of center of road……….1
Failure to move over for emergency vehicle……….1
Vehicles to drive on right side of roadway……….1

 


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