Walker County Arrest Report For April 11-17

Monday, April 18, 2016

Here is the Walker County arrest report for April 11-17:

WILLIAMS    DANNY         RAY   W/M    21        Officer CAREATHERS         BURGLARY

ASHER           JAREMIAH   OBIE   W/M    35        Officer WILSON        CHILD SUPPORT

LOWE ANGELA       DANIELLE    W/F     34        Officer HOLLAND    CHILD SUPPORT

PETTIT           JESSE GRAHAM      W/M       33     Officer THOMAS      SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING

BARNES        MICHAEL      STEPHEN      W/M    30        Officer HOLLAND    BATTERY

LEMING        BRANDON    LEE     W/M    23        Officer SIMPSON      POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II,POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELEATED OBJECTS, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

SNEED           ANDREW      JEFFERY       W/M    23        Officer HOLLAND    SIMPLE BATTERY

ELLIS BARRY          SCOTT           W/M    36        Officer CAREATHERS         ENDANGERING SECURITY INTREST

CARTER        COREY          VERN W/M    26        Officer CARTER        BENCH WARRANT

PITTS KAYLA          JEAN  W/F     26        Officer GASS DUI, FIALURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

 

MATTHEW    TAYLOR        LEBRON        W/M    19        Officer BLACK          PROBATION VIOLATION (F), SEAT BELT VIOLATION, BROKEN TAIL LIGHT, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS

BOLTON        SABRINA      RENEE           W/F     29        Officer MATHIS        DISORDERLY CONDUCT

RAINES         MISTY           DALE W/F     33        Officer WILSON        DISORDERLY CONDUCT

ASH    BARBARA    ELAINE          W/F     60        Officer WILSON        DISORDERLY CONDUCT

DAVIS           MARVIN       EARL  B/M     28        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION (M)

DAVIS           CODY DWAYNE      B/M     21        Officer CAREATHERS         INTERFERENCE WITH CUSTODY

ARIZMENDY            CECILLIA      PATRICIA     W/F     21        Officer BLALOCK     PROBATION VIOLATION(M)

GUNTER        DENEITRA    LASALLE      B/F      43        Officer BLALOCK     DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

STANLEY      MIRANDA    NICOLE         W/F     28        Officer CATHEY       RETURN FROM CWS

BLEVINS       WILLIAM      EDWARD      W/M    54        Officer GOULART    DUI-DRUGS, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

BROWN         JAMES           LEE     W/M    40        Officer YOUNGBLOOD       PROBATION VIOLATION(F)

RODRIGUEZ ACEVEDO    JUAN CARLOS        H/M    36        Officer CAMPBELL  DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED

YOUNES       TIMOTHY     MICHAEL      W/M    33        CREEKMUR  PAROLE VIOLATION

ABBOTT        CECIL JUSTIN          W/M    29        Officer CARTER        FAILURE TO APPEAR (MISD)

GANN            ERIC   LEE     W/M    32        Officer EVANS          DISORDERLY CONDUCT, PUBLIC DRUNKENESS

 

FOSTER         DANIEL         EUGENE        W/M    31        Officer DAVIS           RETURN FROM HOSPITAL

BEARD          JENNIFER     NICOLE         W/F     36        Officer PHILPOTT     FTA-M

STIERS           BARRY          DUANE          W/M    50        Officer HOUSER       PUBLIC DRUNK, DISORDERLY CONDUCT, SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA

SKYLES         MICKEY        LEWIS            W/M    52        Officer WOOTEN      ***

 

CROSS           WILLIAM      ROSCOE        W/M    36        Officer KELLEY        BATTERY-FVA, AGG ASSAULT

SHELTON      DENESHIA    ROCHELLE   B/F      22        Officer HOUSER       SUSPENDED LICENSE

KEETON        MICHAEL      PHILLIP         W/M    29        Officer LATTA           CONTEMPT OF CIVIL COURT

MANNING    JOSH  MARTIN        W/M    38        Officer BALLARD     ***

EVANS          MELISSA       COLEEN        W/F     50        Officer WOOTEN      ***

BURNETTE   BILLY WAYNE         W/M    36        Officer YOUNG         HOLD FOR US PARK SERVICE

BOWEN         JERRY            LEE     W/M    24        DADE COUNTY       HOLD FOR TRANSPORT

SCOTT           MARK            LADLE           W/M    41        DADE COUNTY       HOLD FOR TRANSPORT

BURCHARD CHRYL          LYNNE          W/F     52        Officer KELLEY        ***

 

 

 

 


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