Walker County Arrest Report For Aug. 18-24

Monday, August 25, 2014

Here is the arrest report from Walker County for Aug. 18-24:

SHERARD    ANTHONY    CLARENCE    BM    24    Officer WHITFIELD    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED
WHITE    ASHLEY    BROOKE    WF    18    Officer CLIFT    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
WHITE    WHITNEY    LATRICIA    WF    22    Officer DUNN    THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING UNDER $500
OTT    WENDY    MARIE    WF    25    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
SMITH    MARY    ANNE    WF    72    Officer SUMMERS    FINANCIAL TRANSACTION FRAUD X3
CRUSE    DENNIS    DEWAYNE    WM    43    Officer PAYNE    POSSESION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ.

/ FAILURE TO OBEY STOP SIGN OR YIELD
PARKER    CHRISTOPHER    EUGENE    WM    27    Officer BLALOCK    PROBATION VIOLATION(M)
YARBOUROUGH    JOSHUA    ALEN    WM    28    Officer STANFIELD    DUI
HENRY    CYNTHIA    DARLENE    WF    40    Officer TATE    RETURN FROM LPD COURT
GOSIER    RANDY        BM        Officer TATE    RETURN FROM LPD COURT
ALBEREZ    JOSE        HM    37    DEFRIESE    HOLD FOR TRANSPORT TO COURT ONLY
MARSH    JEROME    ANTHONY    BM    27    Officer CARTER    BATTERY
SISK    CHRISTOPHER    AARON    WM    19    Officer TATE    BENCH WARRANT

JACKSON    NICHOLAS    BRYAN    BM    23    Officer COKER    WARRANT BATTERY FVA
MITCHELL    STACEY    RAY    WM    38    Officer TH    RETURNING FROM PFC
LEMING    TIMOTHY    RALPH    WM    42    Officer SUMMERS    ENDANGERING SECURITY INTEREST
STOKER    MICHAEL    ONEAL    WM    40    Officer GILLELAND    POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE
SMITH    ASHLEY    NICHOLE    WF    29    Officer GILLELAND    POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (M)
CARLTON    CASEY    WAYNE    WM    26    Officer ELLENBURG    SUSPENDED LICENSE,SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, AFFIXING TAG, CONTEMPT OF COURT
HIXSON    MELVIN    TERRY    WM    62    Officer GASS    DUI, NO SEAT BELT, NO LICENSE ON PERSON
LAWSON    LESLIE    RENE    WF    41    Officer TERRY    HOLD CATOOSA

LAY    NORMAN    LEE    B/M    38    Officer CARTER    CRIMINAL TRESPASS, SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
ERWIN    RICHARD    WARREN    W/M    39    Officer MORRIS    PUBLIC INTOXICATION
PEDIGO    SABRINA    ELAINE    W/F    37    Officer GRIFFEN    SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE,  SUSPENDED REGISTRATION
GOODSON    JOSEPH    CHRISTOPHER    W/M    23    Officer BRADLEY    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, SEAT BEL VIOLATION
HILL    JOE    L    B/M    58    Officer MILLER    FAILURE TO APPEAR, PROBATION VIOLATION
WANN    NICHOLAS    SHAWN    W/M    34    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
SHOLTZ    NICHOLAS    PAUL    W/M    27    Officer ELLENBURG    SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
STOKER    DENNIS    HAROLD    W/M    47    Officer REYNOLDS    THEFT BY DECEPTION
WRIGHT    TIMOTHY    BRUCE    W/M    50    Officer DENNY    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
LUMPKIN    ANTHONY    MARQUEZ    B/M    21    Officer LANG    TERRORISTIC THREATS

LINK    GEORGE    ARTHUR    W/M    24    Officer REYNOLDS    SUSPENDED LICENSE
RIDLEY    DEAN    RAY    W/M    24    Officer BLALOCK    DISORDERLY CONDUCT
BALL    BOBBY    ALLEN    W/M    26    Officer BLALOCK    BATTERY FVA
SCROGGINS    WILLIAM    ERIC    W/M    39    Officer JOHNSON    RETURN FROM HUTCHESON MEDICAL CENTER
HAYS    TYSON    PATRICK    W/M    30    Officer DUNN    SUSPENDED LICENSE
GATES    JASON    TYLER    W/M    19    Officer WILSON    BURGLERY 1ST
BRUCE    KIMBERLY    LEANN    W/F    28    Officer WILSON    VGCSA,  DRUGSTO BE KEPT IN ORGINAL CONTAINER
SMITH    BRIAN    EDWARD    W/M    42    Officer SMITH    RETURN FORM LMCS
CAREATHERS    JEROME    -    B/M    47    Officer SUMMERS    FAILURE TO APPEAR
WALKER    JAMES    THOMAS    W/M    25    Officer SUMMERS    PROBATION VIOLATION
SMITH    BARRY    LEON    W/M    29    Officer WILSON    DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORGINAL CONTAINER, THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
EVANS    JOHNNY    DEWAYNE    B/M    20    Officer CREEKMUR    RETURN FROM LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
SIMS    AARON    JOSEPH    W/M    33    Officer MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION
RAGLAND    LISA    RUTH    W/F    42    Officer MARTIN    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
COCHRAN    MARY    ELIZABETH    W/F    21    Officer MARTIN    HOUSED FOR CHATTOOGA
ROMINE    STEPHEN    MICHAEL    W/M    53    PROBATION    PROBATION VIOLATION
BROWN    LENOARD    EUGENE    W/M    46    Officer REYNOLDS    OBSTRUCTION
INGRAM    CHRISTOPHER    PAUL    W/M    35    Officer BLALOCK    LITTERING
SWANSON    JAMIE    RENAE    W/F    35    Officer BLALOCK    FAILURE TO APPEAR

COX    RICKY    EUGENE    WM    53    Officer MILLER    CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY 2ND DEGREE
PADGETT    WILLIAM    MARION    WM    32    Officer MILLER    BENCH WARRANT – FAILURE TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER
YOUNG    ALICIA    EARLENE    BF    30    Officer MAYNOR    PROBATION VIOLATION
KNIGHT    AARON    LEWIS    WM    17    Officer COKER    POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
PHILLIPS    WILLAIM    KIMBRO    WM    53    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
LOWE    FREDDY    EDWARD    WM    51    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
HODGE    NORMAN    EARL    WM    43    WALK-IN    WEEKENDER
ALLEN    DUSTIN    JEFFERY    WM    27    Officer COKER    HARASSING PHONE CALLS (M) WARRANT

HALL    CHARLES    ALAN    WM    49    Officer COOK    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA/ TERRORISTIC THREATS
BURK    AMBER    JOY    WF    27    Officer DAVIS    HINDERING APPREHENSION OF A CRIMINAL
ELLIOT    SCOTT    ANTHONY    WM    26    Officer DAVIS    HINDERING APPREHENSION OF A CRIMINAL
MORGAN    ROBIN    MICHELLE    WF    32    Officer DAVIS    HINDERING APPREHENSION OF A CRIMINAL
VELESQUEZ    NELWIN    ROBLERO    HM    18    Officer CRUISE    DUI/FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE/ NO INSURANCE/ HIT AND RUN/ DRIVING WITHOUT VALID LICENSE
STRAWTER    LEE    EVERETTE    BM    40    Officer HOLLAND    RETURN FROM HMC
RENDON    CYNTHIA    KAY    WF    43    WALK IN    WEEKENDER
MORGAN    JOYCE    MARIE    WF    61    Officer DAVIS    HINDERING APPREHENSION OF A CRIMINAL
MCNUTT    JASON    PATRICK    WM    37    Officer CARTER    SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
MORGAN, JR    JERRY    ALLEN    WM    35    Officer BLACK    ESCAPE FELONY WARRANT

HOLT    BRITTANY    RENEE    WF    23    Officer COOK    WARRANT THEFT BY TAKING (M)
WEST    KAREN    RUTH    WF    36    Officer BROWN    BURGLARY
GIPSON    CHASE    ALLEN    WM    20    Officer GARRISON    ROSSVILLE WARRANT  FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
SUTTLE    DEXTER    CHARLES    BM    36    Officer DUNN    DUI/ STRIKING FIXED OBJECT
HOLT    BRANDYN    DAVID    WM    21    Officer BROWN    TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS X2
BLACKMON-TAPP    JENNIFER    FAYE    WF    23    Officer COX    HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
HEADRICK    PHILLIP    WAYNE    WM    29    Officer FORREST    SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
LEWIS    JACOB    LEBRON    WM    25    Officer BALLARD    SUSPENDED LICENSE/ NO SEAT BELT
JUV    JUV    JUV    WM    -    Officer SIMPSON    -






 


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