Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For April 20-26

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for April 20-26:

04-19-18

Nathan Isiah Mann, 31, of 319 Hopewell Road, Bradyville, TN arrested for drinking and disorderly.

04-20-18

Christopher Neal Skidmore, 54, of 249 Orchard Avenue, Rossville arrested on a charge of forgery.

Viktor P.

Polezhaev, 30, of 235 Burnt Hollow Trail, Cleveland, TN arrested on charges of permitting unlawful operation and open container.

Avel Ivakhov, 33, of 408 Baylor Lane, Rossville arrested on charges of driving under the influence of drugs and speeding.

Douglas Dean Kaiser, 20, of 2212 Highway 151, Lafayette arrested on charges of driving while license suspended and tag light requirements.

04-22-18

Kurt Darrod Morris, 37, of 157 Forrest Hills Circle, Calhoun arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain lane, open container.

04-24-18

Christopher Preston Proffitt, 45, of 1107 Lakeshore Drive, Fort Oglethorpe arrested on charges of driving suspended and seat belt violations.

Christopher Wayne Morgan, 35, of 239 Chambers Street, Rossville arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving suspended and affixing to misrepresent.

04-25-18

Lisa Marie Hendley, 40, of 584 Pine Grove Access, Fort Oglethorpe arrested on charges of driving on the wrong side of roadway and driving under the influence of alcohol.

Terry Alvin Gilbert, 35, of 6969 Tiffany Lane, East Ridge arrested on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked and tag light requirements.

04-26-18

Alexandra Inez Dennel, 20, of 278 Bluff View Circle, Flintstone arrested on charges of driving without valid license and headlight requirement.

 Fort Oglethorpe P.D. Citation Statistics:

Speeding…………5

Driving on roadways laned for traffic…………3

Vehicles to drive on right side of roadway………….1

License required…………1

Expiration & renewal of licenses; re-examination required……….1

Driving while license suspended or revoked………4

Failure to move over for emergency vehicles…………1

Following too closely………….3

Duty of driver to stop at, or return to the scene of accident……….1

Vehicle turning left……….1

Failure to exercise due care………..4

Operation of vehicle without current plate……….1

Failure to obey traffic control devices……….1

Failure to obey stop signs and yield signs……….2

Possession of open container of alcoholic beverage while operating a vehicle…..2

Requiring or permitting unlawful operation of vehicle……….1

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs……….5

Spotlights, foglights and auxiliary lights………….1

Tail lights………..3

Seat belt violations………..3

Vehicles approaching or entering intersection………..1

Use of license plate to misrepresent……….1


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