Walker County Arrest Report For Aug. 11-17

Monday, August 18, 2014

Here is the arrest report from Walker County for Aug. 11-17:

HUDGENS    EMILY    DANIELLE    W/F    19    Officer COKER    FAILURE TO APPEAR
HOLLINGSWORTH    JIMMY    WAYNE    W/M    44    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
BROWN    ANDREW    DOUGLAS    W/M    35    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR
GOOLSBY    TIMOTHY    WAYNE    W/M    35    Officer SUMMERS    CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT
CLARK    RICHARD    BRENT    W/M    30    Officer SUMMERS    THEFT BY CONVERSON
HOUGE    SUSAN    MARIE    W/F    28    Officer CAMPBELL    THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
MARSHALL    CARLA    JEAN    W/F    54    Officer CAMPBELL    THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
GRAY    DAVID    SCOTT    W/M    40    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
SEAY    MISHELLE    LEANN    W/F    45    Officer GRAVITT    SIMPLE ASSUALT FVA

KEITH    MELISSA    MARIE    W/F    31    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
BUCKNER    MASON    MITCHELL    W/M    24    Officer ELLENBURG    SUSPENDED LISENCE, SPEEDING
DALLAS    GIL        B/M    56    Officer FOSTER    RETURN FROM HUTCHESON MEDICAL CENTER
BRAYMAN    MEGAN    AMY    W/F    30    Officer SUMMERS    OBSTRUCTION
ROBERTS    DONALD    DEWAYNE    W/M    45    Officer SUMMERS    OBSTRUCTION, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
BURNS    RICKEY    WINSTON    W/M    27    Officer SUMMERS    BURGLARY, OBSTRUCTION
EVANS    JOHNNY    DEWAYNE    B/M    20    Officer MAYNOR    HOLD FOR COURT
FITZPATRICK    SHANNON    RASHAD    B/M    29    Officer MILLER    ROBERY, AGGRAVATED, KIDNAPPING, BURGLERY
JOHNSON    MILTON        B/M    56    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION
WALLIN    TAMMY     LOUISE    W/F    43    Officer HARTSHORN    SHOPLIFTING
SIMMONS    MICHAEL    BRANDON    B/M    25    Officer DENNY, Officer SIMPSON    SUSPENDED LISENCE, BATTERY, CRULETY TO CHILDREN

WILSON    BRIAN    ALEXANDER    WM    52    Officer SIMPSON    PROBATION VIOLATION (F) CAPIUS
SHEPPARD    DELONTE    ANTHONY    BM    19    Officer SUMMERS    BURGLARY X6
SPRAYBERRY    JEFF    DANIEL    WM    34    PHILLIPS MCCD    SUSPENDED LICENSE
STEELE    PAULA    ELAINE    WF    47    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
HAYES    HEATHER    UDELE    WF    37    Officer GRIFFIN    POSSESION OF MARIJUANS LESS THAN 1 OZ
FRIESE    PAULA    ANN    WF    59    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
HATCHETTE    MICHAEL    TODD    WM    42    M WILSON MCCD    SUSPENDED LICENSE
SMITH    CLORY    ROCHELLE    WF    29    Officer SUMMERS    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT/THEFT BY TAKING/CRIMINAL TRESPASS
BOYD    SARA    ELIZABETH    WF    29    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
STRICKLAND    DAVID    RAY    WM    60    Officer WOOTEN    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
ABERCROMBIE    JASON    CHARLES    WM    35    Officer CRUISE    DRIVING ON SUSPENDED/ EXPIRED TAG
CREEK    SHEILA    DARLENE    WF    50    Officer COOK    CRIMINAL TRESPASS FVA

PANKY    NORMAN    DEWAYNE    WM    46    Officer SUMMERS    BENCH WARRANTS
JENKINS    MELVIN    PAUL    BM    27    Officer SUMMERS    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
CONN    JEREMY    ALLEN    WM    31    Officer CARTER    VGCSA/ OTHER CHARGES PENDING

PINKARD    REGINALD    NMN    B/M    53    Officer GARRISON    SUSPENDED LICSENSE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
FOSTER    GEORGE    STEVE    W/M    58    Officer WHITFIELD    PUBLIC INTOXICATION
LAMB    JOSHUA    ROWLAND    W/M    27    Officer SMITH    RETURN FROM ORTHODONTICS
MCAULEY    MARIANNA    LEE    W/F    17    Officer MULLIS     MISD MARJUIANA
NEAL    ZARIS    KYNTRAIL    B/M    19    Officer MILLER    SIMPLE BATTERY, OBSTRUCTION
WISHAM    SCOTTY    LEE    W/M    23    PROBATION    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
DAMRON    HAILEY    NICOLE    W/F    17    MULLIS    MISD MARJUIANA
HOWELL    MARQUIS    LARELL    B/M    18    MULLIS     MISD MARJUIANA
ROBINSON    SUNDAY    MARIE    W/F    43    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
SCRUGGS    STEVEN    MICHAEL    B/M    29    Officer MORRIS    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE, FAILURE TO OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE
HOWARD    STEVEN    SCOTT    W/M    31    Officer MILLER    VIOLATION OF PROBAITON (F)
LOWE    FREDDY    EDWARD    W/M    51    Officer BRADLEY    WEEKENDER
PHILLIPS    WILLIAM    KIMBO    W/M    53    Officer BRADLEY    WEEKENDER
BISCHOUT    GARY    RUSS    W/M    50    Officer MILLER    SIMPLE BATTERY
GREATHOUSE    JODY    LEN    W/M    21    Officer DEBOARD    NO HELMENT, SUSPENDED LICESE, DUI
SORRELL    VIRGINIA    YVONNE    B/F    27    Officer EVANS    SUSPENDED LICENSE, FAILURE TO DEM HEAD LIGHTS
COLBERT    DARLENA    FAYE    W/F    44    Officer WILSON    SUSPENDED LICENSE

PARLETT    MATTHEW    RYAN    W/M    24    Officer DENNY    INTERFERENCE WITH GOVERNMENT PROPERTY, HIT AND RUN, DUI
HALE    KENNETH    MATTHEW    W/M    43    Officer BLALOCK    UNLAWFUL CONDUCT DURING A 911 CALL
ANDERSON    ROBERT    THOMAS    W/M    40    GSP THOMAS    DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
BOWMAN    TIFFANY    FAYE    W/F    32    Officer SMITH    RETURN FROM FURLOUGH
HOLSOMBACK    TIMOTHY    EDWARD    W/M    47    Officer OWENS    SHOPLIFTING, DRIVING WITHOUT VALID LICENSE
HARRISON    PATRICIA    ANN    W/F    50    Officer FRANKLIN    MURDER
BROWN    JEREMY    CHAD    W/M    28    Officer DENNY    DUI
BROWN    LAMONICA    JAMELLE    B/M    23    Officer WILSON    BURGLARY (WARRANT)

WARD    MICHAEL    WILLIAM    W/M    21    Officer SIMPSON    THEFT BY TAKING (M)
ROGERS    STEFANIE    LYNNE    M/F    28    Officer WHITFIELD    SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE
WACASTER    DAN    EDGAR    W/M    61    Officer EVANS    DUI, SPEEDING
MITTEN    JAQUELINE    MARIE    W/F    37    Officer GOULART    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
BARIBEAULT    MELANIE    ANNE    W/F    40    Officer BRADLEY    CRIMINAL TRESPASS
ROGERS    DILLON    JASON    W/M    21    GSP DEBORD    FLEEING, SPEEDING X2, WRECKLESS DRIVING
FREE    RICHARD    BLAKE    W/M    68    Officer SIMPSON    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
LAYMAN    BRANDON    LAMAR    W/M    30    Officer GOULART    WARRANT- PROBATION VIOLATION





 



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