Walker County Arrest Report For June 30-July 6

Monday, July 7, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for June 30-July 6:

LOWE    DEBORAH    DIANNE    W/F    45    Officer KELLY    DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
JARNAGIN    BARBRA    ROCHEELLE    W/F    28    Officer CRUISE    MARIJUANA LESS THAN OUNCE , DUI  DRUG, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
HUGHES    ELI    ALEXANDER    W/M    25    J.

HOLDER    PROBATION VIOLATION
WYATT    HEATHER    CHRISTINE    W/F    33    Officer MILLER    CRIMINAL  DEFEMATION
BALLEW    ANTHONY    THOMAS`    W/M    26    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION FELONY
GOLEMBICKWISK    THOMAS    FRANCIS    W/M    73    Officer MILLER    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE TENNESSEE
WINGFIELD    JEFFERY    DONALD    W/M    23    MATTHEWS    PROBATION VIOLATION FELONY
MATTHEWS    TAYLOR    LEBRON    W/M    18    GRIFFIN    BURGLARY 1ST, PROBATION VIOLATION FELONY
GERMAIN    CAMERON    DEAN    W/M    25    FOUTZ    MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, POSSESSION OF KNIFE OR FIREARM  DURING COMMISSION OF A CRIME
SCOTT    HAILEY    DANIELLE    W/F    24    FOUTZ    POSSESSION OF METH
WILLIAMS    MICHAEL    EDWARD    W/M    48    Officer SUMMER    TRESPASS
ASHER    KRENA    ANN    W/F    37    GSP    HIT AND RUN LEAVING THE SCENE OF ACCIDENT, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
CRONNON    CURTIS    BRIAN    W/M    20    ELLENBURG    BURGLARY 1ST, PROBATION VIOLATION
MULL    JOSH    LEE    W/M    21    ***     ***
MCCOLLOUGH    JASON    SCOTT    W/M    38    Officer MILLER    PROBATION OF VIOLATION
COLLINS    ANGELA    MARIE    W/F    25    Officer PHILPOTT    FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, SUSPENDED LICENSE

SIMPSON    AMBER    LYNN    WF    27    Officer PHILPOTT    BENCH WARRANT
LOVATO    CASCELLIA    MARIE    WF    28    Officer SIMPSON     ANIMAL RUNNING AT LARGE- CAPIAS WARRANT FTA
COYNE    JOSEPH    LEE    WM    23    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
HARRIS    BRANDON    DALE    WM    22    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
JACKSON    PHILLIP    TREMAYNE    BM    27    Officer SUMMERS/GSP    CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT/  BURGLERY 1ST  (3X)
BLACKMAN    COURTNEY    MALEAH    WM    21    Officer SUMMERS    SALE OF SCHEDULE II/ THEFT BY TAKING (F)
WILLIAMS    JOSHUA    WADE    WM    31    HOLDER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
WALKER    IVORY    JOE    WM    33    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
MCLEMORE    ZACHARY    CLINTON    WM    23    Officer SUMMERS    THEFT BY TAKING (M)
ERVIN    THOMAS    EUGENE    WM    29    Officer MILLER    OBSTRUCTION (M)
DALEY    MICHAEL    LEE    WM    23    Officer ELLENBURG    SUSPENDED LICENSE/FLML
NELSON    TIMOTHY    EARL    WM        BREWER    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED/ SPEEDING
BREWER    SONDRA    DEE    WF    48    GARRISON RPD    DUI/ SUSPENDED LCNESE/ IMPROPER BACKING
SMITH    HEATHER    NICOLE    WF    22    TERRY LPD    PROBATION VIOLATION (M)

SIMMONS    MICHAEL    BRADLEY    BM    25    GSP BUCKNER    DUI, OPEN CONTAINER, HIT AND RUN, PASSING AT RR CROSSING, DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED
CURTIS    NICHOLAS    ALLEN    WM    24    TATE    POSSESSION OF METH, OBSTRUCTION
NELSON    TIMOTHY    EARL    WM    56    Officer GEBELEIN    BACK FROM HMC
CAWTHORNE    THEODORE    ARNOLD    WM    39    Officer BROWN    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
SMITH    JAMES    LEE    WM    36    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
EDWARDS    CHARLES    ALLAN    WM    56    WALK IN    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
GARRISON    JEFFREY    HAYNE    WM    39    PROBATION    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
LOCKHART    BRIAN    KEITH    WM    44    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
BYRD    STEVEN    TRACY    WM    50    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F), PAROLE VIOLATION
WOOTEN    PATRICK    LANCE    WM    26    GRAY    BATTERY FVA WARRANT, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE WARRANT
WINDHAM    MICHAEL    RAY    WM    39    GARRISON    OBSTRUCTION, FALSE NAME AND DOB
HUTCHINSON    LONNIE    JERMAL    BM    59    FORREST    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT FVA
COCHRAN    MICHAEL    WAYNE    WM    56    CARTER    BATTERY FVA / AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

MOORE    CHRISTOPHER    LABRON    W/M    35    GARRISON    FAILURE TO APPEAR ROSSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
COOPER    TOMMY    JOE    W/M    36    Officer EVANS    CAPIAS
MCDONALD    JOSEPH    MICHAEL    W/M    37    Officer OWNES    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
BIRD    MICHAEL    STEVEN    W/M    54    Officer PERKINS    DISORDERLY CONDUCT
HARRIS    CHARLIE    JUSTIN    W/M    28    Officer GOINS    POSSESSION OF METH
FRANKLIN    SHELBY    LYNN    W/M    23    Officer GOINS    POSSESSION OF METH, SCHEDUEL 2, CROSSING A GUARD LINE
WILBANKS    ALANA        W/F    25    Officer NELSON    FAILURE TO APPEAR MISDEMENOR
PHILLIPS    WILLIAM    KIMBRO    W/M    53    Officer SUITS    WEEKENDER
CAHILL-HENRY    JOHNATHAN    DAVID    W/M    29    Officer ARMSTRONG    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

LEMING    JOHN    ROBERT    W/M    50    RPD EVANS    DISORDERLY CONDUCT
BUCKNER    MASON    MITCHELL    W/M    23    BALLARD    SUSPENDED LICENSE
HALE    VALERIE    JEAN    W/F    38    Officer PARRISH    RETURN FROM HMC
GRIFFIN    RICHARD    JACKSON    B/M    58    Officer CAMPBELL    VIOLATION OF TPO
LIPPS    TIMOTHY    ERIC    W/M    32    GASS    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
THOMAS    CATHERINE    ALEXIS    B/F    24    Officer PERKINS    THEFT BY TAKING
ADAMS    KENNON    DEWAYNE    B/M    41    Officer PALMER    CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT
ELSBERRY    CANDICE    MARIE    W/F    31    Officer OWENS    THEFT BY TAKING (M), FINANCIAL CARD THEFT
BRYANT    MICHALE    RASHAD    B/M    20    Officer OWENS    SIMPLE BATTERY, OBSTRUCTION
STINNETT    JESSIE    JAMES    W/M    38    Officer GIDEON    SUSPENDED LICENSE, SEAT BELT
KLEIN    ANTHONY    WILLIAM    W/M    25    Officer SH. BROWN    DRIVING WHILE UNLICENCED
COLE    JARVIS    LAMONT    B/M    29    Officer SIMPSON    NO INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENCE




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