Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 15-21

Monday, January 22, 2018

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Jan. 15-21:

WALKER       JONATHAN  PHILLIP         W/M    41        LPD    SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA , HINDERING PERSONS MAKING 911 CALL

JOHNSON     JOSHUA        CAIN  W/M    30        OFFICER SCHRADER         THEFT BY TAKING-FELONY, THEFT BY BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO STATE-FELONY, FAILURE TO APPEAR-FELONY

LAMM           KAYLA          MARIE           W/F     20        OFFICER ENGLAND           POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA WITH INTENT TO DITRIBUTE, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE IV CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

CORDELL      JOSHUA        DAVID           W/M    27        OFFICER CLARK     POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, INSUFFICIENT USE OF TURN SIGNAL, NO INSURANCE, REMOVING TAG WITH INTENT TO CONCEAL IDENTITY OF VEHICLE, EXPIRED LICENSE PLATE, DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSE ON PERSON, FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISDEMEANOR

YOUNES       TIMOTHY     MICHAEL      W/M    34        OFFICER SCHRADER         CRIMINAL TRESPASS, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ., FAILURE TO APPEAR MISDEMEANOR

BURNS          JOHNNY       VALKMAN   W/M    49        OFFICER LEWELLYN         FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISDEMEANOR

THOMAS       JUSTIN          JACK  W/M    49        TURN IN        WEEKENDER

YOUNES       TIMOTHY     MICHAEL      W/M    34        OFFICER MOORE    RETURN FROM CHI-MEMORIAL

LOVELACE   DARREN       EUGENE        W/M    49        OFFICER ELLIOTT  DISORDERLY CONDUCT

MEDRANO   JOSH  ALAN W/M    34        OFFICER ELLIOTT  DISORDERLY CONDUCT

 

BLEVINS       MANDY        LYNN W/F     35        WALK IN       DRIVING WITH EXPIRED LICENSE, OPEN CONTAINER VIOLATION, DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL-LESS SAFE, SERIOUS INJURY BY VEHICLE, DRIVING WRONG SIDE OF ROAD, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE/FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, SEAT BELT VIOLATION.

O’NEAL         JOSHUA        WADE            B/M     31        WALK IN       SIMPLE BATTERY

DORADO      MARIA          LUISA            W/F     24        OFFICER AGREDANO       BATTERY-FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE

HARRIS         JOSHUA        VIRGIL          W/M    29        OFFICER AGREDANO       BATTERY-FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE

PARKER        MICHAEL      WESLEY        W/M    18        OFFICER TATE        DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE- DRUGS, FAILURE TO YIELD WHEN ENTERING AN INTERSECTION-NO INJURY, POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE I CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

WALKER       ANGELIQUE DANELL        W/F     18        OFFICER AGREDANO       DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE

BURKHEAD ELIZABETH  MELBENE     W/F     59        OFFICER AGREDANO       DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED

SMITH           GILBERT       HARRY          W/M    37        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

LEWIS            NICHOLAS   MATTHEW    W/M    31        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

 

MASTIN        ISAAC            LEIGH            W/M    35        BALLARD GSP        TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS, DUI .08 OR MORE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, FAILURE TO OBEY STOP SIGN

EDGEMAN    DANNY         RAY   W/M    55        OFFICER CAREATHERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (M)

GOTHARD    AMBER          NICOLE         W/F     34        OFFICER DENNY    OBSTRUCTING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER (M)

LINDSEY       PHILLIP         RAY   W/M    37        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

BIBLE EMILY           JOSEPHINE   W/F     62        ***      HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

VANCE          JON    CHARLES      W/M    41        OFFICER SCARBROUGH  PROBATION VIOLATION (M)

TILLEY          MICHAEL      JASON           W/M    39        OFFICER KELLY     FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

THOMAS       JUSTIN          JACK  W/M    21        TURN IN        WEEKENDER

BLALOCK     BOBBY          SCOTT           W/M    55        DEBORD GSP           AGGRAVATED DRIVING, DUI, FOLLOWING TOO CLOSE

 

CAGLE           JOEL   ALLEN           W/M    65        OFFICER SAVAGE  RECKLESS CONDUCT

HILGEN         PAUL DION  W/M    30        ***      HOLD FOR COURT

FOSTER         DANIEL         EUGENE        W/M    33        OFFICER MILLER    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (OTHER WEAPON)

DAVIS           ASHLEY        NICHOLE      W/F     18        CAMPBELL LPD      THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)

ROBERTS      ALEXANDRIA         NICHOLE      W/F     17        CAMPBELL LPD      THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)

SILVEY          CODY WAYNE         W/M    22        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

NAIL  JOHN THOMAS       W/M    27        OFFICER CAREATHERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (M)

SULLIVAN    DAKOTA       LASHAY       W/F     26        OFFICER SCARBORUGH  DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE

GRIMES         VERONICA   ELIZABETH  W/F     25        OFFICER SCARBORUGH  PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

SMITH           DAKOTA       LEVI   W/M    28        OFFICER BURGESS            FAILURE TO APPEAR (M),

 

SANCHEZ     STEVEN         PAUL W/M    27        OFFICER PARKER  FAILURE TO APPEAR MISDEMEANOR

KIRK  HEATH          ANDREW      W/M    21        OFFICER TERRY     PROBATION VIOLATION- MISDEMEANOR

ROSS  JOHN ANDREW      W/M    30        ***      PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

MCSEARS     CRAIG           LEBRON        B/M     52        OFFICER DYE          FAILURE TO APPEAR- MISDEMEANOR

BILLINGSLEY          CLEVELAND            NMN  B/M     37        OFFICER ELLIOTT  SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA

 

MITCHELL    TERRY           LAVERN        W/M    53        OFFICER WEBBER  GIVING FALSE NAME OR DATE OF BIRTH TO LAW ENFORCEMENT

LUCAS           KANDI           RENA W/F     46        OFFICER WOOTEN BATTERY, TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS-MISDEMEANOR, TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS-MISDEMEANOR, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN IN THE 3RD DEGREE

JOHNSON     ICIE    ROSETTA      B/F      48        OFFICER SCHRADER         OPEN CONTAINER, POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, POSSESSION OF COCAINE, GIVING FALSE STATEMENTS AND WRITINGS

MITCHELL    SCOTTY        QUINTELL    B/M     48        OFFICER SCHRADER         SPEEDING, POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, POSSESSION OF COCAINE, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ.

WIMBERLY  BRITTANY    JOANNA       W/F     27        OFFICER HUGGINS            WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS-MISDEMEANOR, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

BEECHAM    WINFREY      LEE     W/M    40        OFFICER DYE          DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENTS

 

MCKEE          SCOTTIE        LEE     W/M    33        OFFICER REECE      RECKLESS CONDUCT

MCDONALD BROOKE       ALLYN          W/F     26        OFFICER ELLIOTT  POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ.

WOOTEN       MARANDA   DAWN           W/F     30        OFFICER REECE      WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT- MISDEMEANOR

LILLY KEVIN           MICHAEL      W/M    39        OFFICER REECE      TERRORISTIC THREATS-MISDEMEANOR

LACEY           CHARLES      WILBURN     W/M    45        OFFICER REECE      TERRORISTIC THREATS

HINTON        ANTHONY    DEWAYNE    B/M     53        OFFICER COKER     DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL-REFUSAL, LOUD MUSIC

PALMER        BRANDON    EUGENE        W/M    38        OFFICER CLARK     POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF METH W/INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, TRAFFICKING METH, WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS-MISDEMEANOR, FLEEING AND ELUDING FOR A FELONY OFFENSE, USE OF A COMMUNICATION FACILITY IN COMMISSION OF A FELONY INVOLVING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, OBSCURRED LICENSE PLATE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 4TH OFFENSE-FELONY, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE/FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, NO INSURANCE, FAILURE TO STOP AT A STOP SIGN

SPRAYBERRY         RICKEY         ALLEN           W/M    46        WALK IN       RETURN FROM FURLOUGH

COLE  ANNSLEIGH ABIGAIL       B/F      19        COKER          DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS-REFUSAL

QUILLEN       CARLA          JOAN W/F     33        OFFICER DYE          DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL, FAILURE TO STOP AT A STOP SIGN

GRAHAM      STEPHANIE  NICOLE         W/F     20        OFFICER WOOTEN OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS-MISDEMEANOR, OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER-MISDEMEANOR, ABANDONMENT OF A CHILD

 

 

 

 

 

 



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