Walker County Arrest Report For May 4-10

Monday, May 11, 2015

Here is the Walker County arrest report for May 4-10:

STEWART ALEX EUGENE W/M 32 Officer FORREST SUSPENDED LICENSE, FLEEING/ATTEMPTED TO ELUDE POLICE
BROWN DENNIS BERLIN W/M 60 HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
WALKER SEAN PATRICK W/M 40 Officer MILLER OBSTRUCTION, TERRORISTICS THREATS
PAYNE GILBERT WILLIAM W/M 33 Officer MILLER VIOLATION OF PAROLE
MAHLE CHRISTOPHER BRIAN W/M 38 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
POE TODD ANTHONY W/M 53 Officer MILLER DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
DEANECELLI CHAD ELLIOT W/M 35 Officer SUMMERS FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
MIDDLEBROOKS MARY ELIZABETH W/F 27 Officer CAREATHERS SIMPLE BATTERY, DISORDERLY CONDUCT, CRIMINAL TRESPASS
DALE JOSH BRIAN W/M 19 Officer MILLER ASSOCIATED WITH GANG TO CONDUCT CRIMINAL ACT, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED BATTERY
WEBB DANIEL GRANT W/M 30 Officer TAYLOR FAILURE TO APPEAR  (M)
HARRIS PAMELA BROOK W/F 35 Officer CAREATHERS PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
STONE JAMES WAYLON W/M 54 Officer DEBORD DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY

WRIGHT GARY THOMAS W/M 29 Officer  SUMMERS THEFT BY TAKING
CRAWFORD MATTHEW LAMAR W/M 36 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF METH, PROBATION VIOLATION
CLEMENTS BRITTNEY MAE W/F 27 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (M) LESS THAN 1 OZ, POSSESSION OF SAWED OFF SHOTGUN OR RIFLE
CLEMENTS LEE ANTONIO B/M 38 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF SAWED OFF SHOTGUN OR RIFLE, PROBATION VIOLATION, RECEIPT, POSSESION, OR TRANSFER OF A FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON
ASH KENNETH LEVON W/M 47 Officer MCBEE CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT
BRADSHAW MICHAEL ALLEN W/M 36 Officer MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
LINDSAY PHILLIP RAY W/M 34 Officer CAREATHERS HOLD FOR COURT
WEBB DANIEL GRANT W/M 30 Officer TAYLOR RETURN FROM CHICKAMAUGA COURT
BIRD JONATHAN CHANCE W/M 19 Officer DENNY AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
GREER JENNIFER CRISTY W/F 30 Officer CAREATHERS CHILD SUPPORT, CAPIAS
DAWSON JERRY WAYNE W/M 30 Officer LANG FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

EVANS CHASE LEE WM 30 Officer TERRY PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
PARKER CHRISTOPHER EUGENE WM 21 Officer TERRY PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
KILGORE RANDALL JAMES WM 23 PROBATION HOLD FOR DRC
DAVIS EMMANUEL ROBERT BM 28 Officer DAVIS RETURN FROM LMCS
CARNEY MICHAEL JAMES WM 26 Officer STREET SENTENCED
JONES JEFFREY LEE WM 25 Officer DAVIS RETURN FROM HMC
LAWSON JOSHUA BLAKE WM 19 Officer CAREATHERS GIVING FALSE NAME ADDRESS OR DOB,  UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION, SPEEDING, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, DEFECTIVE TIRES
MICHAEL BRIAN LEE WM 35 DOC FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
GREEN ANTHONY DREW WM 26 WALK IN HOLD FOR COURT 
RAY TYLER NATHANIEL WM 17 Officer MILLER AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED BATTERY, UNLAWFUL PERSON ASSOCIATED WITH GANG TO CONDUCT /PARTICIPATE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
WALKER JACQUELINE DELYNN WF 42 Officer CRUISE SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, REMOVING/AFFIXING TAG WITH INTENT TO CONCEAL IDENTITY OF VEHICLE
HENTON DERRICK HAMILTON WM 36 Officer CAREATHERS CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT – CHILD SUPPORT
EDMONDSON LOGAN STEWART WF 20 Officer GARRISON DUI (LESS SAFE), POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (M)

CARMIN-ONEIL DAKOTA DANIEL W/M 19 Officer FORREST PUBLIC DRUNK, UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION
MANTOOTH RICKEY JOSEPH W/M 30 Officer SUMMERS CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT (2 COUNTS) – CHILD SUPPORT
MCNEESE MARYJANE VIOLET W/F 21 Officer PARRISH RETURN FROM WOMENS SPECIALIST
WILSON ERIC CLAY W/M 33 Officer SUMMERS OBSTRUCTION (M), FORGERY 4TH DEGREE, EXPLOITATION AND INTIMIDATION DISABLED ADULTS/ELDER PERSONS
SWAFFORD GARY DEAN W/M 53 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
FITZGERALD CLARENCE MILTON W/M 57 Officer HOUSER SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA
SWEET RICKEY LEE W/M 45 Officer TATE THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)
BROWN CLIFTON EUGENE W/M 59 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
SANCHEZ DEREK MANUEL W/M 34 Officer TATE FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
CARRIVEAU CHRISTOPHER RYAN WM 29 Officer BREWER HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY
TALKINGTON EZEKIEL DAKOTAH WM 18 Officer BLACK CRIMINAL TRESPASS, SIMPLE ASSAULT-  FAMILY VIOLENCE

POSEY HEATHER LYNN W/F 27 Officer GEBELEIN VIOLATION PROBATION (F)
FRAZIER FLOYD LEMUEL W/M 39 Officer HOLLAND HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY
CORBIN ANGELA DIANE W/F 52 Officer REYNOLDS SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, VIOLATION PROBATION (F)
TUTTLE GLENDA ANITA W/F 61 MULLIS LPD SHOPLIFTING (M)
TUTTLE DAVID RAY W/M 61 MULLIS LPD SHOPLIFTING (M)
DENNIS GREGORY DOUGLAS W/M 37 Officer MILLER ESCAPE (F), VIOLATION PROBATION (F)
LINK GEORGE AUTHER W/M 25 Officer WILSON VIOLATION PROBATION (M)
WELBORN TRAVIS AMOS W/M 25 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, USE OF TELECOMUNICATION DEVICE TO FACILITATE CRIME 
DAVIS JAMES DEAN W/M 40 Officer DENNY DUI, SUSPENDED LICENSE
WHITLEY JESSICA NICOLE B/F 28 Officer CAMPBELL DISORDERLY CONDUCT
CALLAHAN SHAE JAHARED B/M 25 Officer OWENS FAILURE TO OBEY STOP SIGN, SUSPENDED LICENSE, DUI

ADAMS JOSEPH LEBRON B/M 56 Officer CARTER DUI, SPEEDING, SUSPENDED LICENSE, OPEN CONTAINER
ELLIS CAREY RANEE W/F 30 Officer WOOTEN POSSESSION OF METH, RECEIPT, POSSESION OR TRANSFER OF A FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
BABCOCK JEREMY RAY W/M 35 Officer WOOTEN POSSESSION OF METH, RECEIPT, POSSESION OR TRANSFER OF A FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
SMITH TESSA ANGEL W/F 51 Officer GASS DUI, FTML
DENNISON RICKEY EARL W/M 49 Officer HUGGINS SUSPENDED LICENSE
EDGEMAN LEVI SHANE W/M 18 Officer OWENS POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (M), POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE I CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
RODAS OSMAN ARTVRO H/M 36 Officer MORRIS DUI, OPEN CONTAINER
WEBB BRENNON SCOTT W/M 18 Officer OWENS DUI  (DRUGS), TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE I CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (M)
AKIN JAMES WESLEY W/M 61 Officer DENNY AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS

LOMENICK DAVID KENNETH W/M 48 Officer GOULART SUSPENDED LICENSE
WATKINS CODY ALLEN W/M 20 Officer DENNY POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
LEE ANDREW DAVID W/M 28 Officer DENNY SUSPENDED LICENSE, EXPIRED  TAG
FLOYD JOHN DAVID W/M 47 Officer CASH CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT, SUSPENDED LICENSE
PATTERSON CRYSTAL NICOLE W/F 28 Officer WOOTEN PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
DEAN ASHLEY DANIELLE W/F 17 Officer ARMSTRONG SIMPLE BATTERY F.V.A.
HODKINSON CHRISTOPHER JAMES W/M 25 Officer CAMPBELL DUI, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENTS
YOUNG SAMUEL PAUL W/M 33 Officer DUNN SIMPLE ASSAULT F.V.A.
SPANGLER SETH BRANDON W/M 28 TPR GEDDIE POSSESSION OF METH/ FAILURE TO AFFIX REVALIDATION DECAL/ DRIVING WITHOUT VAILD LICNESE/ HIT AND RUN/ FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE/ DEFECTIVE TIRES/ DRIVING UNSAFE/ CROSSING GUARD LINES WITH WEAPONS, INTOXICANTS, OR DRUGS
HOUSE NATHAN KEITH W/M 35 Officer WILSON SIMPLE BATTERY F.V.A.
EATON HILLARY BROOKE W/F 27 Officer WILSON FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
STARR TINA MARIE W/F 47 WALK IN HOLD FOR TRANSPORT NEXT DATE
BARRAS JOSHUA LOREN W/M 21 WALK IN HOLD FOR TRANSPORT NEXT DATE
TURNER BOBBY RAY W/M 29 Officer CASH SUSPENDED LICENSE/  NO INSURANCE
DELANGEL DIOS NMN H/M 40 Officer WOOTEN DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
RANSOM BERNARD LAMAR B/M 40 Officer WEBBER DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
COULSON JOSHUA DALE W/M 26 Officer WOOTEN FAILURE TO APPEAR  (M)  DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE





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