Walker County Arrest Report For Dec. 22-28

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Dec. 22-28: 

LUMPKIN TERRY SHANE WM 38 PROBATION DUI, FTML, EXPIRED DRIVERS LICENSE, SEAT BELT VIOLATION (ADULT), DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER
DANIEL JESSICA AUTUMN WF 25 Officer SIMPSON RECKLESS DRIVING
GADDIS SHAYNAH KAY WF 24 Officer MILLER CAPIAS
VINYARD TERRY LYNETTE WF 52 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
ORME COREY THOMAS WM 20 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (M)
RUSSELL JACOB SCOTT WM 22 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE
KAMMERER CLAUDIA RENEE W/F 34 Officer BLAYLOCK ***
KAMMERER GERALD LAVERENE W/M 44 Officer BLAYLOCK ***

WADE CARROLL JUSTICE W/M 25 Officer WHITFIELD PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
BYERS ROBERT ANTHONY W/M 32 Officer SIMPSON CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT, NO INSURANCE
FRAZIER RANDALL LEE W/M 29 Officer SUMMERS ENDANGERING SECURITY INTEREST
BOYD SARA ELIZABETH W/F 29 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION
MARTIN DONALD ADAM W/M 43 Officer SIMPSON FAILURE TO APPEAR MISD.
LANE NICHOLAS BRENDAN W/M 33 Officer SIMPSON EXP.

TAG, SUSPENDED LICENSES, NO INSURANCE
MYERS MARCIE DAWN W/F 43 Officer BROWN FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
FRIESE PAMELA ANN W/F 59 Officer MAYNOR RETURN FROM WEST CENTRAL REGIONAL
GEORGE JEFFERY LYNN W/M 49 Officer WILSON THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING
BATES TESHINA RENAE W/F 33 Officer CARTER SUSPENDED LICENSE, DRIVING ON WRONG SIDE OF THE ROAD, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE
WHITTON WALTER BLAKE W/M 21 Officer BLALOCK SUSPENDED LICENSE
BYNUM AUSTIN GARY W/M 21 Officer BOWES ***
STEVENS JAMES PATRICK W/M 19 Officer BOWES ***

RINGHOLZ DANIEL JAMES WM 39 Officer CARTER FTA (M)
RIDLEY DEAN RAY WM 42 Officer ELLENBURG HOLD FOR FORT OGLETHORPE. PD
BALL BOBBY ALLEN WM 26 Officer ELLENBURG OBSTRUCTION, SEATBELT VIOLATION, FTA (X2)
HUGHES JASON LEE WM 35 Officer SUMMERS BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO STATE
BELL CHRISTOPHER PAUL WM 26 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
HELTON MICHAEL ANTHONY WM 50 Officer SUMMERS HOLD FOR GILMER COUNTY
YOUNG WILLIAM ANDERSON WM 49 Officer MILLER PAROLE VIOLATION
BARFIELD DIANA DEE WF 31 LPD HOLD FOR GILMER COUNTY
ELLIS DEBRA LEE WF 49 KELLEY LPD DISRUPTIVE CONDUCT AT A FUNERAL/MEMORIAL SERVICE
WATERS JIMMY DEFOREST WM 59 Officer MILLER CRIMINAL TRESSPASS
ESTES WILLIAM RAY WM 41 Officer MILLER VIOLATION OF PAROLE
BROWN JONATHAN HAROLD WM 33 Officer MAYNOR FTA (F)
FREDLAKE ROBERT LEE WM 55 Officer GSP GASS DUI, TAG LIGHT, SEATBELT VIOLATION

STATON JEREMY KEITH WM 43 Officer HOLLAND DUI, FTML
THOMISON ASHLEY MICHELLE WF 32 Officer MATHIS PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
ELLISON JEREMY LEE WM 36 Officer MILLER VIOLATION OF PAROLE
MCLEMORE RICKY COLBERT WM 33 DOC HOLD FOR COURT ONLY
MILLER JESSICA ASHLEY WF 28 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
HULSEY BRIAN KELLEY WM 33 WALK-IN HOLD FOR TRANSPORT
PARM JOEY KINSEY WM 55 Officer TERRY DISORDERLY CONDUCT
KILGORE JUSTIN LEBRON WM 26 LANEY PROB PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
SHAW LINDSEY MARIE WF 28 Officer MAYNOR RETURN FROM MENTAL HOSPITAL COLOMBUS GA
SMITH SUNDAY MICHELLE WF 36 Officer BUCKNER DUI , DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, FTML
HANEY JEFFERSON DEWAYNE WM 35 Officer BUCKNER DUI
MCALLISTER DANIEL STEVEN WM 37 WALK-IN TURN IN FOR TRANSPORT

BURGESS TIFFANY AMANDA W/F 17 Officer HILL BATTERY
ARRINGTON MISTY JO W/F 28 Officer GEBELEIN BATTERY AGAINST A PREGNANT WOMAN
MORRIS JOHN HENRY W/M 48 Officer COOK SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
JUV JUV JUV - - - -
JUV JUV JUV - - - -
BLACKSTOCK CHARLES RAY W/M 57 Officer GRAVITT SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
BRAMLETT CHAD EVERETT W/M 29 Officer OWENS DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS
HAMILTON RUSTY ALAN W/M 33 Officer CAMPBELL FORGERY
BASSHAM JOSHUA AARON W/M 24 Officer CAREATHERS PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
ABBOTT ADAM LEE W/M 28 Officer MORRIS SUSPENDED LICENSE, OBSTRUCTION OF VIEW, NO INSURANCE
WALTON WILLIAM HOWARD W/M 70 Officer THOMAS SUSPENDED LICENSE
WILLIAMS CHELSEA RENEE W/F 27 WALK IN WEEKENDER

GREEN JAMES WILLIAM W/M 38 Officer BUCKNER SUSPENDED LICENSE
HUNTER JOSEPH GARY W/M 40 Officer BALLARD SUSPENDED LICENSE
MANTOOTH RICKY JOSEPH W/M 29 Officer WILSON CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT X2
JONES JOHN B W/M 59 Officer HUGGINS ***

HANNAH HOMAR ROBERT WM 52 Officer DENNY DUI, SPEEDING, FTML, TEXTING WHILE DRIVING
GEORGE JEFFERY LYNN WM 49 Officer WILSON CRIMINAL TRESPASS
HANNAH HOMAR ROBERT WM 52 Officer DENNY RETURN FROM HMC
FOSKEY AARON JAY WM 41 Officer CARTER DRIVING ON SUSPENDED OR REVOKED, EXPIRED LICENSE PLATE, FAILURE TO OBEY STOP SIGN, IMPROPER TAG, FLEEING/ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE 
HARDEMAN SAMANTHA ALISON WF 29 Officer WHITFIELD DUI, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (M), TAG LIGHT REQUIREMENT
WEBB DANIEL GRANT WM 30 Officer SIMPSON FTA (M)
ANDERSON ANDY BURK WM 43 GSP CRUISE DUI, OPEN CONTAINER, FTML, BRAKE LIGHT REQUIREMENT


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