Fort Oglethorpe Arrest Report For Aug. 23-28

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Here is the Fort Oglethorpe arrest report for Aug. 23-28:

08-23-19
Brycon William Hunter, 25, of 1819 Jenkins Road, Chattanooga arrested on charges of distracted driving and driving while license revoked.

08-24-19
Erica Dawn Watson, 36, of 1517 Mill Wee Hollow Road, Chickamauga arrested on a charge of driving under the influence of drugs.

Jacob Charles Eich, 26, of 3801 Highland Circle, Chattanooga arrested on charges of distracted driving, driving while license suspended and defective windshield.

08-25-19
Joella Shavon McKevie, 35, of 12 West 51st Street, Chattanooga arrested on charges of driving while license revoked and expired tag.

Tammy Onzell Stone, 61, of 7019 Leslie Dell Lane, Chattanooga arrested on charges of driving while license suspended and no proof of insurance.

Jonathan Brian Workman, 34, of 145 Chestnut Street, Rossville arrested on charges of driving while license suspended and windshield requirements.

08-26-19
Christopher Shane Jenkins, 44, of 1020 North Long Hollow Road, Chickamauga arrested on charges of driving while license suspended and tail light requirements.


08-27-19
Dino Allen Hall, 39, of 1206 Keys Road, Tunnel Hill arrested on charges of theft by receiving stolen property, failure to obey traffic control device and driving while license suspended/revoked.

Fort Oglethorpe P.D.

Citation Statistics:  

Speeding………3
Backing……….1
Instruction permits and temporary licenses……….2
Vehicle turning left……….1
Seatbelt violations………..1
Vehicles approaching or entering intersection……….1
Driving while license suspended or revoked………7
Missing/defective tail lights……….2
Windshield requirements……….2
Failure to exercise due care……….2
Proof of insurance required……….3
Suspended registration…………3
Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs………1
Duty upon striking a fixture to return………..1
Failure to obey hands-free law…………4
Following too closely……….1
Removing or affixing license plate with intent to conceal………1
Operation of vehicle without current plate…………5
Failure to obey traffic control device……….3



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