Walker County Arrest Report For Feb. 25-March 3

Monday, March 4, 2019

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Feb. 25-March 3:

SMITH           ALLISON       NICOLE         W/F     24        COURT          HOLD FOR COURT

FITZPATRICK           SHANNON    RAY   W/M    46        COURT          HOLD FOR COURT

STEPHENSON          DEWEY          LEEROW        W/M    43        OFFICER HERPST    PUBLIC DRUNK

HOWERIN     MARTIN        EDWARD      W/M    69        OFFICER SAVAGE  POSSESSION OF METH,   DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED

WEBB LARNIE         SUE    W/F     53        DTF    POSSESSION OF METH WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE,   POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ

CROW            LONNA          LOUISE          W/F     41        OFFICER HENSLEY FINANCIAL TRANSACTION CARD FRAUD (X22)

GILBERT       WADE            STALLINGS  W/M    30        DTF    POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING THE COMMISSION OF A FELONY,   POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE,   POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE III CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (X2)

CASE  MICHELLE    DANIELLE    W/F     38        DTF    POSSESSION OF METH

NICHOLSON CHARLES      BRANDON    W/M    33        DTF    CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO PURCHASE A SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

WOOD           JUSTIN          ALLEN           W/M    31        DTF    POSSESSION OF METH,   USE OF A COMMUNICATION DEVICE TO FACILITATE A CRIME

VANDERGRIFF       TRACY          DAWN           W/F     49        OFFICER CLARK     FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD

HIGDON        JOSHUA        ANTHONY    W/M    34        OFFICER WEBBER  FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD

HARDIN        MATTHEW    DAVID           W/M    26        BROWN         PROBATION VIOLATION - FELONY

SMITH           RICO  MARCEL       B/M     36        BROWN         RETURN FROM OTHER FACILITY

REED  DUSTIN         TAYLOR        W/M    32        OFFICER CLARK     FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

NEWSOME    CARRI            SUE    W/F     40        OFFICER WEBBER  FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD

KENNAMER LANCE           BRYAN          B/M     30        OFFICER BREWER  D.U.I. – LESS SAFE,   FLEEING AND ETTEMPTING TO ELUDE – MISD

 

ROSS  JOHN AMBERS       W/M    53        OFFICER BARRETT POSSESSION OF METH,   RESISTING (X2),   GIVING FALSE NAME, ADDRESS, OR BIRTHDATE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT

RAPER           ROBERT        DEAN W/M    25        OFFICER CLARK     POSSESSION OF METH,   POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS

SMITH           CODY JOEL   W/M    25        OFFICER CLACK     POSSESSION OF METH,   POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS,   GIVING FALSE NAME, ADDRESS, OR BIRTHDATE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

DEVILLE       CHARLIE       MICHELLE    W/F     24        OFFICER CLARK     POSSESSION OF METH,   POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS

BRADLEY     SHARLA        RACHELLE   W/F     34        OFFICER CLARK     POSSESSION OF METH,   POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS,   POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ,   FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD

ROBERTS      DARRELL      THEOPHILUS           B/M     52        OFFICER CLARK     AGGRIVATED ASSAULT,   USE OF A FIREARM BY A CONVICTED FELON DURING THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME,   BATTERY – FVA,   SIMPLE BATTERY – FVA

CROW            MICHAEL      ANTHONY    W/M    33        OFFICER MILLER    HOLD FOR COURT

HEADRICK   PHILLIP         WAYNE         W/M    54        OFFICER BROWN    VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

MCGILL         DANIEL         ERIC   W/M    17        OFFICER DENNY    BURGLARY – 1ST DEGREE

COLEMAN    RANDY         GENE W/M    42        OFFICER MILLER    VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

LONAS          BRANDON    CHASE           W/M    23        PROBATION VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

STREET          SAMUEL       ALFRED        W/M    73        --         HOLD FOR COURT

STONE           MANDY        LEE     W/F     23        RPD OFFICER LLEWELLYN          VIOLATION OF PROBATION – MISD

MANSEL       CHASTITY    BROOKE        W/F     30        OFFICER BARRETT FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD (X2)

VANDERGRIFF       TRACY          DAWN           W/F     49        OFFICER ELLIOTT   DISORDERLY CONDUCT,   PUBLIC DRUNK

 

SKIPPER        TAMMY        LACHEILE     W/F     41        OFFICER ELLIOT    

CAMP JESSICA        DEANNA       W/F     35        OFFICER ELLIOT     FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, DUI, OPEN CONTAINER

NEWMAN     JONATHAN  CORY W/M    33        OFFICER BARRETT FAILURE TO OBEY TRAFFIC DEVICE, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

MCCRARY    MICHAEL      JAMES           W/M    28        OFFICER HUGGINS SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)

RUSTRIAN-MILIAN CARLOS        ***      W/M    34        TURN-IN       HOLD FOR COURT

WRIGHT        MICHAEL      JAY    W/M    44        OFFICER MILLER    RETURN FROM WHITFIELD COUNTY

RIDLEY         JULIA NICHOLE      W/F     41        TURN-IN       HOLD FOR COURT

SNIDER         JEFFERSON HILL   W/M    43        OFFICER WORLEY  PROBATION (M)

PARKER        JAMIE LYNN W/F     41        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION (F)

DALE JOSHUA        BRIAN           W/M    23        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION (F)

BAILEY         F.H.     STONEY        W/M    56        OFFICER WILSON   PROBATION (M)

MITCHELL    ROBBIE         LEE     W/M    26        OFFICER GUTHRIE PROBATION (M)

COX   TINA  MICHELLE    W/F     50        OFFICER FORREST OBSTUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT (M)

HUDGENS    WILLIAM      CHRISTOPHER-RYAN       W/M    30        OFFICER WILSON   SPEEDING, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, HOLD FOR CHATTOOGA COUNTY

CORLEY        JADA SHAYNE       W/F     19        OFFICER PARKER   FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

WILLIAMS    ENOPHEON  DEMETRIUS B/M     36        TATE (DTF)  POSSESSION OF METH, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER

CASTRO        CHERI            ELIZABETH  W/F     33        TATE (DTF)  POSSESSION OF METH, DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER

TROTTER      JULIE ANNE W/F     48        OFFICER DAFFRON           SIMPLE BATTERY

TOMISEK      ROBERT        MICHAEL      W/M    43        TURN-IN       AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WARRANT

SNYDER        JAMES           THOMAS       W/M    33        OFFICER WEBER     POSSESSION OF METH

 

HERNANDEZ           MANDY        RENEE           W/F     41        OFFICER MILLER    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

JENKINS        ANTHONY    KELSO           W/M    26        OFFICER  MILLER   INFLUENCING A WITNESS, POSSESSION OF METH

DALY DANIELLE    MICHAYLA  W/F     27        OFFICER  YOUNG   FALSE STATEMENTS AND WRITINGS

PARM RICHARD      NATHAN       W/M    35        OFFICER WORLEY  PROBATION (M)

GRIFFITH      WENDY         ROBBIN         W/F     40        GALYON       LEAVING SCENE OF ACCIDENT, DUI-DRUGS, NO INSURANCE, EXPIRED TAG

RUSSELL       JOSHUA        CALVIN         W/M    31        OFFICER  SIMPSON ARMED ROBBERY

JOHNSON     JOSHUA        PAUL W/M    38        OFFICER  BROWN   SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)

MALDONANO         MELISA         ANN   W/F     46        OFFICER  SCARBROUGH  POSSESSION OF MARIJ. LESS OZ, POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE OF IV

FARRIS          RONALD       JASON           W/M    36        OFFICER  SCARBROUGH  POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION OF MARIJ. LESS OZ, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE III, FRUGITIVE JUSTICE

TURNAGE     JAMES           RAY   W/M    50        OFFICER  MILLER   PROBATION (M)

LANDA          XAVIER         KAINE            W/M    20        OFFICER  MILLER   PROBATION (F), FAILURE TO APPEAR X3

COOK BRIAN           KYLE  W/M    28        OFFICER  HEAD      PROBATION (F)

CASTLEBERRY        PAULA          GRACE          W/F     50        OFFICER  WEBER    FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

ALLEN           DUSTIN         JEFFERY            W/M           31        OFFICER  WALKER GIVING FALSE NAME, DOB, OR ADDRESS

GOSS DRAKE          KENRICK       W/M    19        OFFICER  REECE     PROBATION (F), BATTERY (FVA)

 

SAVENTINI  ARENOUS     LEVITICUS   W/M    58        OFFICER MOORE    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

EVANS          TYLER           LAKOTA        W/M    23        RPD OFFICER MULLIS       FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD

BELL  ZACHARY    JAMS W/M    26        LPD OFFICER TERRY         D.U.I. – LESS SAFE,   DISORDERLY CONDUCT

BOTTS           BRYAN          ANDREW      W/M    30        OFFICER CLARK     VIOLATION OF PROBATION – FELONY

TEMPLETON ERIC   CHANCE       W/M    19        OFFICER CLARK     RECKLESS DRIVING

DE JESUS      MARTIN        HERTADO     H/M    22        OFFICER ELLIOTT   DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE

ONEAL          KRISTEN       LACEY           W/F     31        DNR   POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ,   CROSSING THE GUARD LINE

BAGGETT     JUSTIN          GREGORY    W/M    30        OFFICER BREWER  FAILURE TO APPEAR – MISD,   VIOLATION OF PROBATION – MISD

DODSON       WILLIAM      ALLAN          W/M    45        LPD OFFICER COKER         POSSESSION OF METH

GOVEA PEREZ         CARLA          TEENA           W/F     44        OFFICER ELLIOTT   RECKLESS CONDUCT

FRAISHER    DESTINY       ANN   W/F     20        LPD OFFICER TERRY         D.U.I. – DRUGS,   DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE

 

CONNER       BRIANNA     DOREE           B/F      24        OFFICER HERPST    DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 1ST OFFENSE

JERRY            ROBERT        JAMAL          B/M     26        OFFICER CLARK     DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED 1ST OFFENSE,   OBSTRUCTION – MISD

COLLINS       ROBERT        LEE     W/M    29        OFFICER MOORE    HIT AND RUN


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