Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For May 11-17

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for May 11-17:

05-11-18
Rebecca Rae Farris, 37, of 1204 Forrest Drive, Fort Oglethorpe arrested on a charge of theft by shoplifting.

05-13-18
Clifford Rasheed Hill, 25, of 714 South Seminole, East Ridge arrested on charges of possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, obstruction, disorderly conduct, crossing the guardline and outstanding warrant.

05-15-18
Joshua Lee Lively, 23, of 155 Gardner Street, Chattanooga arrested on charges of criminal trespass, simple battery and theft by taking.



Anthony Jamichael Prater, 30, of 169 Laurelwood Circle, Rossville arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and tag light violation.

Hubert Lebron Walker, 69, of 1107 Dressage Drive, Cohutta arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain lane and open container.

Alethia Sheree Smith, 43, of 710 Parkview Drive, Chattanooga arrested for contempt of court.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding…………5
Entering or crossing roadway………..2
Driving on roadways laned for traffic…………2
Suspended registration……….3
Proof of insurance required……….1
Driving on divided highways………..1
Vehicles approaching or entering intersection……….2
Failure to exercise due care………..3
Vehicle turning left……….3
Safety belt violations……….1
Operation of vehicle without current plate……….4
Tail lights……….1
Failure to obey traffic control devices……….1
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs……….1
Possession of open container of alcoholic beverage while operating vehicle…….1
License to be carried & exhibited on demand………..1





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