Walker County Arrest Report For March 28-April 3

Monday, April 4, 2016

Here is the Walker County arrest report for March 28-April 3:

HICKS            DOYLE          ALAN W/M    56        Officer HOUSER       WARRANT-BATTERY FVA

PAYNE          LOLA ODESSA        W/F     35        Officer COOK            SUSPENDED LICENSE, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENTS ALL VEHICLES EXCEPT MOTORCYCLES

SHELTON      KENNETH     DEION           B/M     22        Officer WOOTEN      DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

STANLEY      MIRANDA    NICHOLE      W/F     28        Officer WILSON        POSS OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II

HEIDLE          ERICA            BROOKE       W/F     32        Officer GRIFFIN        DUI-DRUGS, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

MILLSAPS    MONICA       LYNN W/F     43        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

MARTINEZ   ARMANDO   -           H/M    40        Officer ANDERSON DUI, OPEN CONTAINER VIOLATION, SEAT BELT VIOLATION, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE

FISHER          JACOB           NATHANIEL W/M    28        Officer WILSON        PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY, THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING-MISD

DENNISON   PAUL LAMAR         W.M    41        Officer MATHIS        DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

MINNIS         JOSEPH         KENNEDY    W/M    28        Officer SIMPSON      DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE/FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

BJERKE         ERIC   JACOB           W/M    32        Officer BLALOCK     FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISD X2

ESPY  MICHAEL      PETER            W/M    35        WHITFIELD CO        RETURN FROM WHITFIELD COUNTY

MARSH         SAMUEL       FRANK          B/M     50        Officer GRIFFIN        DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, DUI-LESS SAFE, NO INSURANCE

KNIGHTEN   PRINCESS     LYNEKA       B/F      28        Officer CARTER        DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE, FAILURE TO STOP AT STOP/YIELD SIGN

ROGERS        JUSTIN          CURTIS          W/M    27        Officer OWENS         DISORDERLY CONDUCT

JACKSON     ANTHONY    CLAY W/M    32        Officer OWENS         DISORDERLY CONDUCT

THOMPSON HAROLD       WESLEY        W/M    63        Officer WEBER          RETURN FROM HMC

HERRON       KIMAIYA      JAY    B/M     35        Officer GOULART    BURGLARY-FIRST DEGREE

SUMMERS    JEREMY        LEE     W/M    31        Officer LINDOR        FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISD

BECK JR        ALLEN           FRANKLIN   W/M    52        Officer LINDOR        FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISD

WILKERSON SAMUEL       ALVIN           W/M    41        Officer OWENS         DISORDERLY CONDUCT

HEARD          ROGER          SILVESTER   B/M     26        Officer WHITFIELD  DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

 

SHELTON      NICHOLAS   JERONE         W/M    36        Officer EVANS          DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, FAILURE TO DIM HEADLIGHTS

MORGAN      TIFFANY       NICOLE         W/F     24        Officer THOMAS      WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT-M

CARLTON     CASEY           WAYNE         W/M    28        Officer THOMAS      WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT-M,  DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY

WILEY           KELSEY         WAYNE         W/M    32        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION

BRATCHETT JONATHAN  JACOB           W/M    41        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION

BROWN         MELTON       EARL  W/M    34        Officer MILLER         BENCH WARRANT-FEL, PROBATION VIOLATION-MISD

EVANS          BRYAN          CASEY           W/M    39        Officer CAREATHERS         CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT

PORTWOOD LEWIS            TROY LYNN W/M    41        Officer CAREATHERS         COMTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT

MURPHY      ROBERT        NOLEN          W/M    44        Officer STREET         RETURNED FROM HMC

BOYD SARAH          EVELYN        W/F     24        Officer GRIFFIN        FAILURE TO MAINTAIN, TOO FAST FOR CONDITION, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISD

LONG WILLIAM      EARL  W/M    42        Officer MILLER         CHILD MOLESTATION, PAROLE VIOLATION

BRUCE           PAUL LAMAR         W/M    49        Officer STANFIELD  AGGRAVATED SODOMY, AGGRAVATED CHILD MOLESTATION, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM WHILE IN COMMISSION OF A FELONY

FOSTER         JACKIE          JEROME        B/M     37        Officer MATHIS        CONTEMPT OF SUPERIOR COURT

ROGERS        KENDRICK   STEFFON      B/M     22        Officer MILLER         BENCH WARRANT-FEL, FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISD

SNYDER        SHAWN         AUGUST       W/M    37        Officer MILLER         BENCH WARRANT-FEL

GATES           JASON           TYLER           W/M    21        Officer BLALOCK     PROBATION VIOLATION-MISD

STRICKLAND          DAVID           RAY   W/M    62        Officer CARTER        DISORDERLY CONDUCT, PUBLIC DRUNKENESS

PRUETT         TERRY           EDWIN           W/M    37        J CREEKMER            PAROLE VIOLATION

PORTER         TORRIE          CANTRELL   B/M     22        Officer CLARK          POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA-MISD

BARENKLAV           MARY            CATHRYN    W/F     34        Officer BLALOCK     FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

 

 


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