Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 14-20

Monday, January 21, 2019

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Jan. 14-20:

HARRY          AMBER          NICOLE         B/F      22        LPD OFFICER WORLEY     DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED 1ST OFFENSE

ALLEN           VASSEL         THOMAS       B/M     25        LPD OFFICER WILSON      VIOLATION OF GEORGIA SUBSTANCE CONTOLL ACT – FELONY,   DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED WITHDRAWN,   FLEEING OR EVADING POLICE OR ROADBLOCK

CARRINGTON         TIFFANY       HOPE W/F     28        OFFICER BETHUNE            RETURN FROM DOCTOR

FRASHIER    LINSEY          ANNETTE      W/F     39        LPD OFFICER RAMEY       THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – MISD

HARDIN        AUSTIN         WILLIAM      W/M    21        OFFICER HINCH      THEFT BY TAKING – FELONY – MOTOR VEHICLE

ROGERS        JAMIAL         NMN  B/M     29        COURT          HOLD FOR COURT

SHELTON      WILLIAM      JOSEPH         W/M    30        CATOOSA CO.         DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED 1ST OFFENSE,   FLEEING/ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE POLICE

COAN BOBBIE         LYNN W/F     36        OFFICER BEASON  FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD (X2)

ODANIEL      RANDY         ALLEN           W/M    41        COURT          HOLD FOR COURT

PARKSDALE SHANNON    LEVETTE       W/F     40        DTF    POSSESSION OF METH

SARGENT     TIMOTHY     JOEL   W/M    37        RPD OFFICER LLEWELLYN          CRIMINAL TRESSPASS

GUILD           PETER            WARREN       W/M    30        OFFICER MOORE    D.U.I. – DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS,   POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ,   POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS

PADGETT      TONYA          DENISE          W/F     50        FRANKLIN    FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD

KELLY           WILLIAM      CAMERAN    W/M    26        COURT          HOLD FOR COURT

HOOD SIERRA          DAWN           W/F     27        PROBATION VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

THORP           KYLE  DONOVAN   W/M    29        OFFICER DENNY    **

MCGEE          ERIC   SHAWN         W/M    30        LPD OFFICER HOUSER      THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – MISD

CALDWELL  HALEY          AUTUMN      W/F     40        OFFICER WEBBER  RETURN FROM HOSPITAL

SIMS  TUESDAI       DANYELLE   W/F     33        CHATTOOGA CO.   PROBATION VIOLATION – MISD

SANDERS     EMMA           LOU    W/F     37        OFFICER BARRETT REMOVING OR AFFIXING TAG WITH INTENT TO CONCEAL IDENTITY OF VEHICLE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 1ST OFFENSE, NO INSURANCE

 

FRIX   MARK ANTHONY    W/M    26        OFFICER ELLIOT     RECKLESS DRIVING

CARRINGTON         TIFFANY       HOPE W/F     28        OFFICER HINCH      RETURN FROM HOSPITAL

CHASTAIN   RANDLE        DOUGLAS    W/M    31        OFFICER BETHUNE            AFFRAY (FIGHTING)

MCCALLISTER        DOUGLAS    JORDAN        W/M    25        OFFICER BETHUNE            AFFRAY (FIGHTING)

TAYLOR        ANGEL          DENISE          W/F     36        OFFICER BEASON  POSSESSION OF METH

REILE JASON           ALEXANDER           W/M    38        RPD OFFICER HUGGINS   PROBATION VIOLATION – MISD

PAIGE DIANNE        MICHELLE    W/F     --         OFFICER ELLIOT     --

 

BARNES        JEREMY        STEVEN         W/M    31        OFFICER BARRETT DISORDERLY CONDUCT

WALKER       GABRIELA    LAURA-NICOLE      W/F     17        OFFICER ELLIOT     TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS

GIANARO     LEE     MICHAEL      W/M    29        OFFICER WALKER  DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, MUST USE TURN SIGNAL

WINESBUREGH       JACK  PRESTON      W/M    45        OFFICER SPROUSE DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, DRIVER EXERCISE PROPER USE OF RADIOS AND CELL PHONE

JARNAGIN   JOEL   RAY   W/M    44        OFFICER WALKER  FAILURE TO APPEAR (M), THEFT BY TAKING (M)

BURNETTE   KEVIN            RAY   W/M    37        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION (F)

BRATCHER   JONATHAN  JACOB           W/M    44        OFFICER MILLER    PROBETION (F)

JUSTICE        DOUGLAS    LANCE           W/M    37        OFFICER WALKER  FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

CUMMINGS CHRISTOPHER        GREGORY    W/M    44        OFFICER WALKER  POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS

DEAN EMILY           MARIE           W/F     17        OFFICER MILLER    TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS

ROBERTS      TYLER           LABRON       B/M     26        OFFICER CAMPBELL         HARRASSING PHONE CALLS

MOTLEY       DAVID           JOSHUA        W/M    34        OFFICER DYE          FLEEING OR ELUDING POLICE OFFICER, RECKLESS DRIVING, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, NO REGISTRATION, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

PITCH PATRICK       JOSEPH               W/M          42        OFFICER WEBER     PROBATION (F)

DIGGES         JONATHAN  PAUL W/M    38        OFFICER WILSON   DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, FAILURE TO STOP AT STOP SIGN, EXPIRED TAG

FOSTER         SHERRIE       YVONNE       B/M     39        OFFICER BA;LLARD           FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

 

PENTER         MICHELLE    CHERI            W/F     39        OFFICER BURGESS FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

GALL TYLER           JAMES           W/M    25        OFFICER WILSON   POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF MARIJ. LESS OZ

MARSH         CHARLES      EDWARD      B/M     45        OFFICER SIMPSON SENTENCED TO 30 DAYS

GRIFFITT      DAVID           STUART        W/M    53        OFFICER WEBER     THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M)

TOLBERT      JONATHAN  W        W/M    32                 DADE COUNTY          HOLD FOR DADE COUNTY

REDDING      RICHARD      LEE     W/M    22        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION (F)

GARRETT      MYRANDA   GAIL  W/F     44        OFFICER BURGESS PROBATION (F)

LIVELY          SARA CALLAN        W/F     30        OFFICER WILSON   SPEEDING

SMITH           LANDON       MACINTIRE  W/M    17        OFFICER TERRY      POSSESSION OF MARIJ. LESS OZ

ROACH          JARROD        TYLER           W/M    27        OFFICER SCARBROUGH   HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

JONES            CHRISTOPHER        DEWAYNE    W/M    36        OFFICER WILSON   DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

 

PENTER         MICHELLE    CHERI            W/F     39        92717  LPD OFFICER WILSON      PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE

COUCH          AUNDREA    ANN   W/F     41        16365  OFFICER PARKER   EXPLOITATION AND  INTIMIDATION OF AN ELDER PERSON,   FORGERY – 1ST  DEGREE

SIZEMORE    ANDREW      ALLEN           W/M    41        24318  OFFICER PARKER   FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD

MIDDLETON CHARLETTE DIANA           W/F     52        1309    OFFICER DENNY    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 1ST OFFENSE

MOTLEY       DAVID           JOSHUA        W/M    34        60513  PROBATION VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

SMOTHERS  TROY LEE     W/M    35        34207  COURT          HOLD FOR COURT

MASSENGALE         CHANSE        ALLEN           W/M    18        114860            LPD OFFICER COKER         AFFRAY (FIGHTING)

CLAYTON     JACKIE          LEE     W/M    18        114858            LPD OFFICER COKER         AFFRAY (FIGHTING)

HARRELSON            DANITA        CARROLL     W/F     43        37581  OFFICER BEASON  VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

MANNING    JOSEPH         EDWARD      W/M    40        17099  OFFICER MILLER    VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

ABBO CYNTHIA      JEAN  W/F     30        114866            OFFICER YOUNG    THEFT BY DECEPTION-MISD

COATS           ANTHONY    MAURICE     B/M     30        69336  OFFICER HOLLAND           DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED-1ST OFFENSE, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE,POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, OPEN CONTAINER VIOLATION

LIVELY          CHARLES      PRESTON      W/M    24        **        OFFICER CLARK     PEDESTIAN UNDER THE INFLUECE

WILLS            STEPHAN      ERIC   W/M    32        **        OFFICER CLARK     PEDESTIAN UNDER THE INFLUECE

HARRIS         JORDAN        LORENZO     B/M     27        114873            CPD OFFICER KELLY         MARIJUANA POSSESSION LESS THAN 1 OZ

HOUGE          KENNETH     WAYNE         W/M    28        12205  OFFICER ELLIOT     LOITERING AND PROWLING

POTTIER        ELIZABETH  MAE   W/F     26        **        OFFICER ELLIOT     POSSESSION OF OPUIM OR DERIVATIVE, POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, LOITERING AND PROWLING

 

WEBB KYRA MARIE           W/F     18        OFFICER SCHRADER         POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE IV CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE,   DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGIONAL CONTAINER

LONGSHORE           CHELCI          ANN   W/F     21        OFFICER SCHRADER         MARIJUANA POSSESSION LESS THAN 1 OZ

PLACE           STEPHEN      LYNN W/M    46        OFFICER BARRETT BATTERY – FVA,   CRUELTY TO CHILD < 18 YO

HENNINGER DUSTIN         WAYNE         W/M    58        OFFICER DENNY    POSSESSION OF METH

THOMPSON KEISHA         LYNN W/F     38        OFFICER HINCH      VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

WHITE           GAUGE          CORY W/M    25        OFFICER BETHUNE            DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 1ST OFFENSE

YANEZ          KRYSTAL      MICHELLE    W/F     32        OFFICER BETHUNE            BATTERY – FVA

VANN RICKEY         LYNN W/M    58        OFFICER DENNY    VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

KIRK   JOHN FRANKLIN    W/M    50        OFFICER HINCH      VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

ANGLAND    HANNAH      MARIE           W/F     42        OFFICER DENNY    BATTERY – FVA

MASSEY       DAVID           LEBRON        W/M    41        OFFICER HERPST    VIOLATION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER

TOLBERT      ASHLEY        LEANN          W/F     31        SELF   BATTERY – FVA

JUVENILE     --         --         --         --         OFFICER BETHUNE            --

ISBILL            JESSICA        LYNN W/F     38        RPD OFFICER HUGGINS   THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – MISD

MENCER       MICHAEL      AUSTIN         W/M    23        OFFICER CLARK     PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE

SMITH           BENJAMIN   MICHAEL      W/M    27        OFFICER SCHRADER         DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED-1ST OFFENSE, FAILURE TO DIM HEADLIGHTS

SCHOLTZ      AARON         CARTER        W/M    19        OFFICER BARRETT SIMPLE BATTERY

 

DETTY           KRISTY          LYNN W/F     40        OFFICER SAVAGE  D.U.I. – DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS,   DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 1ST OFFENSE

KECK  CHARLES      EDWARD      W/M    48        OFFICER GRIFFIN   D.U.I. – ALCOHOL/CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE,   MARIJUANA POSSESSION LESS THAN 1 OZ

SCHOLTZ      AARON         CARTER        W/M    19        OFFICER BARRETT DISORDERLY CONDUCT

HARRIS         JACK  LAMAR         W/M    58        OFFICER MOORE    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS,EXPLOITATION AND INTIMIDATION OF ELDERS, RECIEPT POSSESSION OR TRANSFER OF A FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, FALSE IMPRISONMENT, BATTERY- FVA-MISD

PETTYJOHN THOMAS       NATHANIEL W/M    33        OFFICER BETHUNE            BATTERY,   CRIMINAL TRESPASS

WALKER       WILLIAM      THOMAS       W/M    44        OFFICER DENNY    BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE – FORCED ENTRY

BLACKWELL            SAMUEL       JACOB           W/M    22        OFFICER DENNY    POSSESSION OF METH,   MARIJUANA POSSESSION LESS THAN 1 OZ

LISTER           BRIANNA     STARR           W/F     20        OFFICER CLARK     VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

BANKSTON  CHRISTIAN  MICHAEL      W/M    20        OFFICER CLARK     AGGRIVATED ASSAULT – OTHER WEAPON

 

 


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