Walker County Arrest Report For Aug. 3-9

Monday, August 10, 2015

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Aug. 3-9:

WILSON TYRONE NMN BM 43 Officer WEBBER DUI, FTML, DRIVING WITHOUT VALID LICENSE
BROADRICK CLINTON GREGORY WM 22 Officer GLOVER FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
SANDERS JAMES MICHAEL WM 32 Officer MILLER VIOLATION OF PAROLE
KEITH MELISSA MARIE WF 31 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
MITCHELL ANDREW MAURICE WM 48 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
CLOWDUS JERRY WAYNE WM 45 Officer BREWER DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE, SPEEDING
TAYLOR ROY GENE WM 69 Officer MILLER SIMPLE BATTERY FVA
CULBERSON LOVELL NMN BM 28 Officer BROWN FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
BURKE WILLIAM RODNEY WM 17 Officer PAYNE POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUGS
ROMINES EDWARD EUGENE JR WM 20 Officer STREET PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
SMITH ASHLEY NICHOLE WF 30 Officer HOLLAND SIMPLE ASSAULT
TERRELL BRENDA GAIL WF 64 Officer HOLLAND SIMPLE BATTERY
TAYLOR JESSICA SHAE WF 26 Officer HOUSER BATTERY FVA
CHAMBERS AUSTIN DALE WM 23 Officer FORREST FAILURE TO APPEAR - CITY

TREADWAY KENNETH LOUIS WM 60 Officer TERRY DISORDERLY CONDUCT
VENABLE EDWARD ALLEN WM 39 Officer PHILPOTT OBSTRUCTION, FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
MILLER JOHNNY DARYL WM 46 Officer CHAMBER RETURN FROM HMC
HILL LORI JILL WF 30 Officer HOLLAND BATTERY FVA
ROSS JOHN EDWARD WM 49 Officer GILLELAND POSSESSION OF METH
SANDERS BROOKE ANN WF 22 Officer MILLER VIOLATION OF PROBATION (F)
TRAMMELL JESSE JOSEPH WM 43 Officer MILLER DESTROY/REMOVE/CONCEAL/ENCUMBER/TRANSFER/DEAL WITH PROP SUBJ TO SECURITY 
TRANCE DOUGLAS MARK WM 53 Officer REYNOLDS HINDERING APPREHENSION OR PUNISHMENT OF CRIMINAL
CORREL LAURA FAITH WF 36 Officer MILLER RETURN FROM COURT CHATOOGA
FLOYD CHRISTIAN RAY WM 21 Officer CHAMBERS RETURN FROM PFC
BANKSTON CRYSTAL DAWN WF 35 Officer FOREST SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)
SHEPARD TRAVIS MORGAN WM 27 Officer COOK BATTERY FVA

HOOVER ROBERT TED W/M 35 Officer BUCKNER POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA (F), STANDARDS FOR BRAKE LIGHTS
BROADRICK JEREMY CHARLES W/M 28 Officer HOLLAND THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M), SIMPLE BATTERY F.V.A.
MORRIS GREGORY ALLEN W/M 57 Officer COOK PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE
LONSFORD JAMES NICOLAS W/M 31 Officer DEBORD DUI, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
HARRIS RACHEL LOU WF 29 Officer MILLER FAILURE TO APPEAR (F)
JUV JUV JUV - - Officer MCRAE HOLD FOR COURT
MCRAE JUSTIN LAMAR WM 27 Officer SUITS RETURN FROM  LMCS
CLEM LAURA ELIZABETH WF 30 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
PATRICK TYLER CHAD W/M 27 Officer GALYON PAROLE VIOLATION, FAILURE TO REGISTER, FALSE IMPRISONMENT
BROWN RICHARD ALLEN W/M 36 Officer MILLER BURGLARY
SAMPLES ELIZABETH KAY W/F 48 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
FIELDING JERRY WAYNE W/M 57 Officer GRIFFIN
CROWE AMBER DAWN W/M 29 Officer WOOTEN CRIMINAL TRESPASS
SULLIVAN MICHAEL DARREN W/M 38 Officer CARTER ***                         ***                      ***                                        ***
TAYLOR JERRY DON W/M 37 Officer CASH CAPIAS
BROWN DAVIS OLIVER W/M 52 Officer VANDYKE ENTERING AUTO (F) 

WHITMIRE JEFFERY DEWAYNE WM 31 Officer GOULART PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
ARIZMENDI CECILIA PATRICIA WF 20 Officer WOOTEN POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
PATTERSON AMBER MARIE WF 29 Officer WEBBER FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
YOUNGBLOOD ANTHONY RAY WM 36 Officer OWENS PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
OLIVER BRANDON KIETH WM 36 Officer BUCKNER DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE
BLACKMAN ZACKERY LEE WM 22 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II
MADDUX NICOLE BROOK WF 18 Officer DOYLE POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II
GALLOWAY RODNEY GOTTLIEB WM 35 CHATTOOGA PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
BURRIS JOHN DAVID WM 36 Officer SCARBROUGH RETURN FROM LMCS
LONG BRANDON KEITH WM 18 MCCONATHY SPEEDING
RODEN ERIC DEWAYNE W/M 38 WALK IN PAROLE VIOLATION
LANE DANIEL ALEX W/M 59 Officer DEBORD NO HEAD LIGHTS, DUI
SULLIVAN RANDY LEE W/M 49 Officer BATTLES HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY
MORRIS JEREMY DAVID W/M 21 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION (F)
JONES JAMES DAVID W/M 37 Officer VANDYKE SIMPLE BATTERY F.V.A.
WALLIN JERED LEE W/M 25 Officer GOULART PROBATION VIOLATIONS (F)  & (M),  CAPIAS
FEHRING BRANDON MATTHEW W/M 39 Officer ARMSTRONG CAPIAS, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE
BLACK SHANADOR ODIS W/M 43 Officer WILSON HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY
HENDERSON DARIN LAMAR W/M 44 Officer WILSON DISORDERLY CONDUCT
COX ANITA JOSEPHINE W/F 45 Officer WILSON DISORDERLY CONDUCT
DEES SAMUEL OLEN W/M 50 Officer MILLER CHILD SUPPORT
PARTON ZACHARY SHANE W/M 25 Officer VANDYKE CAPIAS 

ROGERS JOSHUA LEE WM 35 Officer LANG DUI (0.08), OPEN CONTAINER, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, OPEN CONTAINER, STALKING (M)
CLARK BLAKE MATTHEW WM 33 Officer MATHIS SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA, CRIMINAL TRESPASS
HARMON CODY SCOTT WM 20 Officer WOOTEN POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
DUPREE GRAYSON SHERMAN WM 47 Officer WOOTEN POSSESSION OG METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
YOUNG DANIELLE KAY WF 30 Officer GARRISON POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE IV 
CLOWERS BRANDI NICOLE WF 23 Officer WOOTEN POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
BENTLEY NIKIA - WF 20 MULLIS THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)
HARRISON JOSHUA ADAM WM 35 Officer CHAMBERS RETURN FORM HMC
MCRAE JUSTIN LAMAR WM 28 Officer DAVIS RETURN FROM LMCS
PAM TIMOTHY BERNARD BM 31 Officer CHAMBERS RETURN FROM HMC
HILL BRANDON EDWARD WM 27 PROBATION HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY
BROWN TRACEY ANNETTE WF 45 Officer GRIFFIN POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS
FRANKS HOWARD ALEX WM 34 Officer GRIFFIN HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY
COSTLOW JASON ALAN WM 24 Officer BAKER FAILURE TO APPEAR (M) – CITY WARRANT
LECROY RANDY JOE WM 54 Officer FORREST PUBLIC DRUNK
SHEPHARD LUCAS JOEY WM 32 WALK-IN WEEKENDER
ARNOLD ASHLEY MICHELLE WF 29 Officer COOK FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
WARREN COREY CHAZ WM 25 Officer COKER VIOLATION OF PAROLE, THEFT BY RECEIVING (F)

COOK TIMOTHY MILES WM 55 Officer BALLARD VIOLATE FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER, SEAT BELT VIOLATION
PITTMAN TALIA RENAE WF 26 Officer HOUSER FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
WOOTEN JONATHAN DICKERT WM 33 Officer BROWN FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)
HODGE ELIJAH CURTIS WM 35 Officer BREWER PUBLIC DRUNK
HATHORNE SHAWN GENE WM 40 Officer REYNOLDS HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY – CHATTOOGA COUNTY
WOODFIN AUSTIN WAYNE WM 22 Officer BLACK FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

PAYNE TRUETT ANTHONY WM 51 Officer TERRY DISORDERLY CONDUCT
BAILEY AMANDA NICOLE WF 41 Officer FORREST LOITERING AND PROWLING
CAMPBELL ANDREW HILTON WM 24 Officer TERRY DUI (LESS SAFE), FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
HORTON VIRGINIA MARIE WF 44 Officer FORREST DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, WINDSHIELD VIOLATION 
NOLES BRITTANY NICOLE WF 24 Officer BLACK ***
TISDALE CLARENCE MORTON BM 36 Officer BLACK ***
CASEY PRESTON CARTER WM 23 Officer BLACK ***


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