Walker County Arrest Report For Dec. 19-25

Monday, December 26, 2016

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Dec. 19-25:

SHELTON      SAVANNA    NICOLE         W/F     22        Officer GALYON      POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, OPEN CONTAINER VIOLATION

CURETON     PHILLIP         LEBRON        W/M    39        Officer GALYON      POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, OPEN CONTAINER VIOLATION, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISD

WOODWARD           HUNTER        LEE     W/M    19        Officer CARTER        POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISD, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

WALKER       JONATHAN  PHILLIP         W/M    40        Officer BLACK          POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, SPEEDING, RECKLESS DRIVING, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

WALKER       FRANK JR     NMN  B/M     63        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

COPPINGER LOREN           JADE  W/F     26        Officer MILLER         THEFT BY CONVERSION-FELONY (X2)

WHITE           BRYSON       LYDELL         W/M    18        Officer BLACK          SEAT BELT VIOLATION, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISD, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER

WATKINS     MORGAN      ELIZABETH  W/F     33        Officer MILLER         INTERSTATE INTERFERENCE WITH CUSTODY

DANIEL         CLAY ASHTON       W/M    30        ***      RETURN FROM BARTOW COUNTY

CORRELL      JAMES           TAYLOR        W/M    19        RPD    RETURN FROM ROSSVILLE COURT

HOLLOWAY JASON           TERRELL       W/M    36        Officer HOLLAND    TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS, FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISD

MILES            DANIEL         LEONARD     W/M    29        WALK-IN      TERRORISTIC THREATS

WHEELER     CHARLES      DAVID           W/M    52        Officer HOUSER       PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE, SIMPLE ASSAULT-FVA

 

PHIPPS          BLAKE           ALEXANDRIA         W/F     25        Officer SCARBROUGH        DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

SHEETS         DAVID           THOMAS       W/M    59        Officer WOOTEN      POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISD

HOLT ADRIENNE   CASANDRA W/F     38        Officer VANDYKE   POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE

PRYOR          MICHAEL      PATRICK       W/M    56        Officer WEBER          RETURN FROM DR APPOINTMENT

WALKER       AMY  GALE W/F     31        Officer BEDFORD     FALSE STATEMENTS AND WRITINGS, CONCEALMENT OF FACTS; STRIKING FIXED OBJECT; DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

HEREFORD   JAMEL           LAMAR         B/M     27        Officer CHAMBERS RETURN FROM HAMILTON MEDICAL

CAUSEY        TAYLOR        BROOKE       W/F     21        Officer COKER          DISORDERLY CONDUCT

GRAHAM      JAMIE            DENISE          W/F     40        Officer HOLLAND    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, TAG LIGHT REQUIREMENT

CARROLL     JUSTIN          CLAY W/M    21        Officer BALLARD     HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY

HOWELL       MARQUIS     LARRELL      B/M     20        Officer BALLARD     DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED, FAILURE TO USE TURN SIGNAL, DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

 

ENGLISH       TERRANCE   EVAN W/M    28        Officer WEBBER       DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, NO INSURANCE

OXFORD       LISA   CAROL          W/F     46        Officer WEBBER       POSSESSION METH, POSSESSION MARIJUANA (LESS OZ)

ACUFF           STEPHEN      RUSSELL       W/M    53        Officer DENNY         ENTERING AUTO

WIMPEE        ROSS  CHRISTIAN  W/M    17        Officer OWENS         THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (LESS $500)

BICKLEY       JACOB           LELAND        W/M    20        Officer DOYLE          POSSESSION OF FIREARM/KNIFE DURING ATTEMPT COMMIT FELONY

SWAFFORD  KATHERINE MICHELLE    W/F     36        Officer MATHIS        DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, TAILLIGHT/LENS REQUIREMENT

COLEMAN    HAYDEN       GRANT          W/M    24        Officer THOMAS      DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, SLOWER VEHICLE MUST KEEP RIGHT

MANN           ALEXIS          BROOKE       W/F     22        Officer WILSON        DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, FAIL TO EXERCISE DUE CARE

SITZ    JURIA DEETT            W/F     38        Officer GALYON      PROBATION VIOLATION – FELONY

LITTLEJOHN DEREK           LEE     W/M    34        Officer WILSON        CONTEMPT OF CIVIL COURT

 

LARES           JOHN NMN  W/M    32        Officer PERKINS       ESCAPE – MISD, DRIVING WITHOUT VALID LICENSE (MISD), OPEN CONTAINER, DUI LESS SAFE

COOK MATTHEW    BASIL W/M    38        Officer CAREATHERS         PROBATION VIOLATION – FELONY

JOHNSTON   CALEB           ALEXANDER           W/M    22        Officer MILLER         SIMPLE BATTERY – FVA

BURNETTE   ANGELA       KAY   W/F     39        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION – MISD

LEMONS       CHRISTIAN  LEE     W/M    22        PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION – FELONY

COLEMAN    THOMAS       LAMAR         B/M     27        Officer MATHIS        SIMPLE ASSAULT – FVA, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

BARNES        WESLEY        SAMUEL       W/M    40        Officer CAREATHERS         RETURN FROM GA REGIONAL

FLOYD          CHRISTIAN  RAY   W/M    22        Officer GALYON      ***

 

CLARK          ALONSO       LEE     B/M     51        Officer CARTER        CRIMINAL TRESPASS, PUBLIC DRUNK

DAVIS           MARQUILA  MARIE           B/F      18        Officer BLACK          FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISD

BOLEN           SAMANTHA LEANNE        W/F     24        Officer LANG THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING-MISD

MCDOWELL GREGORY    SCOTT           W/M    48        Officer CRUISE         OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, GIVING FALSE NAME, SPEEDING

IRWIN            DONNA         JEANENE      W/F     47        Officer LANG POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE

MERCIERS    TYLER           BLAKE           W/M    18        Officer THOMAS      POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, FAILURE TO EXERCISE DUE CARE, DUI-UNDER 21, IMPROPER PASSING IN A NO PASSING ZONE

COWAN         JAMES           DAVID           W/M    29        Officer WILLIAMSON          DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

MOORE         KATHRYN    LYNN W/F     30        WALK-IN      WEEKENDER

 

BARENKLAU           JASON           AUGUST       W/M    35        Officer BLACK          CRIMINAL TRESPASS

HOLLAND    PATRICIA     ANN   W/F     40        Officer CAMBELL     THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING-MISD, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE V CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

PRICE JAMES           ALLEN           W/M    53        Officer FOUTS           PROBATION VIOLATION-MISD

ROLLINS       EMANUEL    LAMAR         B/M     25        Officer MULLIS         DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE

ALEXANDER           ALICIA          RENEE           B/F      29        Officer WOOTEN      DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, IMPROPER TRANSFER OF LICENSE PLATE

 

CHAMBERS  DONNIE        WAYNE         W/M    42        Officer SCARBROUGH        SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA, WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT

DELEON        FRANCES      NMN  H/F      53        Officer FOUTS           SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA

LAVAIRE-LOPEZ     JERRSON      JOEL   H/M    32        Officer HOLLAND    DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED

CLARK          GEORGE        SANDERS     W/M    29        Officer WOOTEN      BURGLARY-FORCED ENTRY, TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE-FELONY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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