Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For March 30-April 5

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for March 30-April 5:

03-30-18
Brandon Riley Speck, 17, of 1314 ½ Kelly Street, Rossville arrested on charges of driving without valid license, fleeing and attempting to elude police, littering, reckless driving and tag light violation.

Jayce Hunter Simmons, 18, of 1533 Myrt Street, Rossville arrested on charges of aggressive driving and littering.

Chip Neal Saine, 29, of 1309 Sunnyfield Lane, East Ridge arrested for driving while license suspended.

03-31-18
Phillip Paul Soto, 36, of 7310 Standifer Gap Road, Chattanooga arrested on charges of affixing nontransparent materials to windows and driving while license suspended.

Karyn L.

Cleaver, 35, of 110 Row Street, Rossville arrested on charges of driving while license revoked and tag light requirements.

Jahmal Vernon Hunter, 25, of 241 Cloud Springs Road, Fort Oglethorpe arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain lane and leaving the scene of an accident.

Tonya Lynn Evans, 36, of 66 Hickory Lane, Rossville arrested for theft by shoplifting.

Joshua Eugene Burnham, 32, of 518 Mohawk Street, Rossville arrested on charges of driving while license suspended/revoked and failure to yield when turning left.

Nathan David Williams, 47, of 629 Maple Lane, Chattanooga arrested on charges of distracted driving, driving revoked, driving under the influence of alchol and open container.

04-01-18
Angela Lanell Willis, 54 of 900 Vernon Avenue, Dalton arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to maintain lane and speeding.

Janelle Lin Smith, 43, of 82 Pine Ridge Circle, Rossville arrested on charges of altered license plate, driving while license  suspended, excessive volume from vehicle and no proof of insurance.

Brandon Shane Mull, 39, of 2339 Cherokee Valley Road, Ringgold arrested on a charge of driving while license suspended.

04-02-18
Christopher Wade VonZiebrecht, 29, of 167 East Lake Road, Chattanooga arrested for driving while license suspended.

John Richard Sipe, 38, of 7130 Condra Drive, Harrison arrested on charges of outstanding warrant, giving false information, no license on person and tag light requirements.




04-03-18
Stephanie Lynn Johnson, 34, of 15 Sherry Court, Chickamauga arrested on charges of possession of schedule IV, driving under the influence of drugs, possession of marijuana and failure to maintain lane.

Bryan Ray Proctor, 31, of 407 Wisteria Road, Lafayette arrested on charges of driving while license suspended and failure to obey traffic control device.

Brian Neal Dempsey, 22, of 13559 Sattler Road, Jacksonville, FL arrested for loitering and prowling.

04-04-18
Matthew Austin Talley, 22, of 1922 Port Royal Drive, Soddy Daisy arrested on charges of driving while suspended and seat belt violation.

Madison Kathleem Marie Fernandez, 22, of 206 East Indiana Street, Lafayette arrested on charges of driving on a revoked license, possession of marijuana, headlight requirement and tag light requirement.

William Blake Bryant, 20, of 131 East Teems Road, Ringgold arrested on charges of driving under the influence of drugs and failure to maintain lane.

04-05-18
Stacey Lyne Kubiaczyk, 52, of 358 Linda Lane, Rossville arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.

Citation Statistics:

Speeding………21
Restrictions on use of flashing or revolving lights……….1
Entering or crossing roadway……….1
License required…………2
Notice of change of address or name………..1
Driving while license suspended or revoked………12
Window tint violation……….1
Following too closely………….3
Duty to report accident resulting in injury, death or damages……….1
Headlight requirements……….1
Failure to move over for emergency vehicles………..1
Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment………..1
Operation of vehicle without current plate……….7
Failure to obey traffic control devices……….3
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs……….6
Possession of open container of alcoholic beverage while operating vehicle…….1
Possession of marijuana………..2
License to be carried and exhibited on demand……….1
Proof of insurance required……….3
Failure to exercise due care………..4
Defective/unsafe tires……….1
Instruction permits and temporary licenses……….1
Vehicle turning left…………1
Failure to obey authorized person(s) directing traffic……….1
Tag light requirement………..1
Tail lights………..5
Limited driving permits for certain offenders………..1
Underage consumption………….1
Alteration of license plates…………1
Suspended registration…………3
Loud music……….1
Seat belt violations………..8
Littering ………..2
Aggressive driving…………1
Further limitations on driving on left of center of road………..1
Driving on roadways laned for traffic……….4
Vehicle approaching or entering intersection………..1



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