Walker County Arrest Report For Nov. 5-11

Monday, November 12, 2018

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Nov. 5-12:

ADAMS         ALAN KOREL           W/M    41        LPD HOUSER           DISORDERLY CONDUCT

HARRIS         OSCAR          CHRISTOPHER        W/M    23        TURNED SELF IN    THEFT BY TAKING-FELONY

CRUMBLE     HENRY          CHRISTIAN  B/M     20        OFFICER HOLLAND           MARIJUANA-POSSESSION LESS THAN 1 OZ

KUNZELMAN           BRIAN           JAMES           W/M    48        TURNED SELF IN    HOLD FOR COURT

CRENSHAW ERIC   BRANDON    W/M    34        OFFICER HENSLEY SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN-DISTRIBUTION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

GOODMAN  GENNY          MAE   W/F     37        OFFICER BEASON  TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE, ILLEGAL DRUGS, MARIJUANA, OR METHAMPHETAMINE

WALLIN        CHRISTOPHER        QUINN           W/M    25        OFFICER BROWN    RETURNED

 

WELLBORN  TRAVIS         AMOS W/M    29        OFFICER BROWN    GANG ASSOCIATION-CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SIMPLE BATTERY , PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

MITCHELL    DILLON         LEE     W/M    24        OFFICER DOYLE     POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA W/INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, USE OF TELECOMMUNICATION FACILITY IN COMMISSION OF A FELONY

SMITH           ZANE DAVID           W/M    25        OFFICER MATTHEWS        GANG ASSOCIATION-CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SIMPLE BATTERY , PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

CLOWERS     CHADWICK  SHANE          W/M    25        OFFICER MATTHEWS        GANG ASSOCIATION-CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SIMPLE BATTERY , PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

WELLBORN  AMANDA     LYNN W/F     32        OFFICER MILLER    POSSESSION OF METH, CROSSING THE GARD LINE W/WEAPONS,INTOXICANTS, DRUGS, PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

COX   KATIE            ANNELIESE  W/F     21        OFFICER RAILEY    POSSESSION OF METH

WOOTEN       WILLIAM      MAURICE     W/M    25        OFFICER RAILEY    POSSESSION OF METH, GANG ASSOCIATION-CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, PAROLE VIOLATION

SMITH           LARRY          KEITH            W/M    25        OFFICER BROWN    GANG ASSOCIATION-CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SIMPLE BATTERY

CARTER        CORY LESEAN         B/M     31        OFFICER MILLER    SALE OF COCAINE

HOUSLEY     CRUZ ALAN W/M    19        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

SMITH           JOSEPH         TANNER        W/M    24        PROBATION GANG ASSOCIATION-CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SIMPLE BATTERY

PERKINS       JONATHAN  LAMAR         W/M    40        OFFICER MILLER    RECEIPT/POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY A CONVICTED FELON, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 0Z, POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE IV CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

BEARD          JOHN ROBERT        W/M    32        OFFICER DUNN       SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA

PAGE KRISTI           LYNN W/F     37        OFFICER HOLLAND           POSSESSION OF METH, GIVING  FALSE NAMES

VAUGHN      TIMOTHY     WILLIAM      W/M    30        OFFICER HOLLAND           FAILURE TO APPEAR - FELONY

INGRAM       CHARLES      LAMAR         W/M    43        OFFICER AVANS    PROBATION VIOLATION - MIS

BROWN         JOSEPH         HENSLY        W/M    49        OFFICER BARRETT AGGRIVATED ASSAULT

EXPLOITATION AND INTIMIDATION OF DISABLED ADULTS, ELDERPERSONS, AND RESIDENTS

WILSON        JOSHUA        RAY   W/M    20        OFFICER LEAMON FAILURE TO APPEAR – FELONY

 

DAVIS           DAVID           RAY   W/M    41                   OFFICER MILLER     FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

WALKER       JAMES           BARREN          W/M  45                   BATTERY (FVA)

WALBERT     KRISTOPHER           JAMES             W/M  29                   OFFICER MILLER     PROBATION (F)

SMITH           ASHLEY        FAITH W/F     40                                POSSESSION OF METH, SEAT BELT (ADULTS)

JORDY           DAVID           HENRY            W/M  31                   OFFICER MILLER     PROBATION (F)

MORROW     TRAVIS         WAYNE         W/M    25                   OFFICER FOUTS       FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

PENSON        TONY ALLEN             W/M  49                     OFFICER  MATHIS PAROLE VIOLATION

PARKER        MICHAEL      WESLEY        W/M    18                   OFFICER REECE       SHOPLIFTING

 

SCOGGINS   CHARLES      ANTHONY    W/M    39        OFFICER DUNN       ROSSVILLE CITY WARRANT

WALLIN        KENNETH     DARRELL      W/M    42        OFFICER REECE      DISORDERLY CONDUCT

HALL SANDY          SHEA W/F     50                    FTA (M)

THOMPSON BRUCE           N/A     B/M     34        OFFICER WEBER     COURT ORDER

MOTLEY       DANIEL         JOSHUA        W/M    34                    COURT

JOHNSON     DORTHY       JANE  B/F      52                    THEFT BY DECEPTION (F)

WILLINGHAM         STEVEN         THOMAS       W/M    37                    FTA (M)

HARPER        WHITNEY     JORDAN        W/F     27                    VIOLATION PROBATION (F)

STEELE          JOYA LYNN W/F     39                    WORKERS COMP FALSE/ MISLEADING STATEMENTS *15, THEFT BY DECEPTION (F)

STARNES      NICHOLAS   PAUL W/M    28                    CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

GATES           JASON           TYLER           W/M    23                    PROBATION VIOLATION (F), BURGLARY

MAYES          KARA CHRISTINA  W/F     33        WOOTEN       WARRANT

PICKETT        TONYA          ANN   W/F     44        OFFICER WALKER  BATTERY (FVA), CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE

 

SPEARS         JODARO        SANCHEZ     B/M     42        OFFICER WALKER  DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE, NO INSURANCE, REMOVING/AFFIXING TAG W/INTENT TO CONCEAL IDENTITY OF VEHICLE, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, HEADLIGHT VIOLATION

HINES DESIREE        HARLEY        W/F     23        LPD SPROUSE         CRIMINAL TRESPASS

MITCHELL    RYVER          KANE W/M    20        OFFICER REECE      GANG ASSOCIATION TO CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SIMPLE BATTERY, PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

MCNEELY     GERALD        LEE     W/M    28        RPD  DUNN  DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE, SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA

TANNER        KIMBERLY   LANE W/F     51        TURNED SELF IN    FAILURE TO APPEAR-MISDEMEANOR

BURNHAM   KENNETH     WESLEY        W/M    45        OFFICER MILLER    SIMPLE BATTERY X2

TOCKNELL   JUSTIN          DANIEL         W/M    35        OFFICER BARRETT GANG ASSOCIATION TO CONDUCT/PARTICIPATE IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SIMPLE BATTERY

GOSS MADELINE   ELIZABETH  W/F     20        OFFICER BARRETT REMOVING/AFFIXING TAG W/INTENT TO CONCEAL IDENTITY OF VEHICLE, EXPIRED LICENSE PLATE X2, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE, SEAT BELT VIOLATION

REED LONNIE         DALE W/M    49        OFFICER MILLER    PAROLE VIOLATION

DEARINGER SHAWN         KELLEY         W/M    40        RPD OFFICER MULLIS       SIMPLE BATTERY

JOSHEN         DEMETRICE LABRON       B/M     21        RPD HUGGINS         THEFT BY BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO THE STATE - FELONY

CASTILLO     AUSTIN         NEHEMIAH JUAN   H/M    21        OFFICER HERPST    BATTERY – FAMILY VIOLENCE (1ST OFFENSE) MISD

 

PARSON        SCOTTIE        PAUL W/M    25        OFFICER AGREDANO        DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE-2ND OFFENSE, DRIVING UNSAFE/IMPROPERLY EQUIPPED VEHICLE, SEAT BELT VIOLATION X3

PADGETT      MELTON       ANDREW      W/M    44        OFFICER HINCH      PROBATION VIOLATION-FELONY

FARROW       VINCENT      SCOTT           W/M    20        OFFICER AGREDANO        CRIMINAL TRESPASS

BROWN         MICHAEL      ANTHONY    W/M    28        RPD HUGGINS         HIT AND RUN, DUI-LESS SAFE

SMITH           ALLISON       LEE     W/F     30        LPD REYNOLDS      DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE

WHITTEN      LAUREN        ELIZABETH  W/F     28        OFFICER SCHRADER         SIMPLE ASSAULT, BATTERY-FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN-3RD DEGREE, CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY 1ST DEGREE-BUSINESS

TEMPLETON RIVER            JEROD           W/M    22        OFFICER SCHRADER         POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ, NO INSURANCE

BENFORD     DARIUS         QUADREESE B/M     23        OFFICER CLARK     DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE, SEAT BELT VIOLATION

COUCH          BRIAN           HOWARD      W/M    46        GSP OFFICER BALLARD   DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENT

 

GEARING      DESMOND    JERQUAN     B/M     31        OFFICER HINCH      DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 1ST OFFENSE

SULLIVAN    DAKOTA       LASHAY       W/F     27        OFFICER BARRETT REMOVING / AFFIXING TAG WITH INTENT TO CONCEAL IDENTITY OF VEHICLE,  1ST DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENED OR REVOKED – 1ST OFFENSE, NO INSURANCE, KNOWINGLY DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE ON SUSPENDED , CANCELED, REVOKED REGISTRATION

ADAMS         ALAN KOREL           W/M    41        OFFICER REYNOLDS         CRIMINAL TRESPASS

MOORE         WILLIAM      DAX   W/M    42        OFFICER REYNOLDS         1ST DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED – 1ST OFFENSE

BRYANT       BRETT            ALLEN           W/M    27        OFFICER AGREDANO        BATTERY FAMILY VIOLENCE, SEXUAL BATTERY, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE, SIMPLE ASSAULT FAMILY VIOLENCE X2

GILLMAN     SALLY           CARNLEY     W/F     43        OFFICER BALLARD            DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSE ON PERSON, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE


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