Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 4-10

Monday, January 11, 2021

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Jan. 4-10:

WEST TIMOTHY      JOHN  W/M    45                    OFFICER  LLEWELLYN     THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY, OBSTRUCTION, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

KING  DENVER        KURT W/M    25                    SELF   HOLD FOR COURT/TRANSPORT

SMITH            NATHANIEL BLAKE           W/M    18                    OFFICER AGREDANO        FELONY THREATS, AGG ASSAULT, BATTERY

HINES DESIREE        HARLEY        W/F     25                    OFFICER GSP KING SPEEDING, DUI-ALCOHOL, OPEN CONTAINERS

 

WHEELAND ANGELA        MARIE           W/F     42        OFFICER CAMP       SIMPLE BATTERY – FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE, HINDERING PERSONS MAKING EMERGENCY PHONE CALLS

CASH GLEASON     WILLIAM      W/M    43        OFFICER CAMP       SIMPLE BATTERY – FVA

 

WATSON       ERICA            DAWN            W/F     38        OFFICER BARKLEY            DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

HOWELL       VALARIE      KAY   W/F     51        OFFICER MCBEE     HOLD FOR COURT

 

MARKER       MAUREEN    M        W/F     55                    OFFICER THOMASON        POSS.

OF METH, DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

BARRETT      ALICIA          NICOLE         W/F     36                    LMJCDTF      TRAFFICKING METHAMPHETAMINE

BARRETT      MICHAEL      JOE     W/M    40                    LMJCDTF      TRAFFICKING METHAMPHETAMINE

POWELL        HEATHER     LATASHA     W/F     37                    LMJCDTF      TRAFFICKING METHAMPHETAMINE

MCPHERSON            MARCUS       PAGE  W/M    50                    OFFICER MILLER    BURGLARY- 1ST DEGREE (2 COUNTS), CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY- 2ND DEGREE (2 COUNTS)

MIDDLETON CHARLOTTE DIANA           W/F     54                    OFFICER WASIM     AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, POSS OF MARIJUANA, CROSSING GUARD LINES WITH DRUGS

WELCH          JESSICA         GRACE          W/F     30                    OFFICER SCHRADER         DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

BURTON        DUSTIN         DEWAYNE    W/M    36                    OFFICER WALKER BATTERY- FVA, WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF OFFICERS- FELONY, TERRORISTIC THREATS- FELONY

 

PINKSTON    FRANKIE       IMMANUEL  B/M     23                    OFFICER WALKER DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE- MULTIPLE SUBSTANCES

GROSS           DANIEL         MASSEY        W/M    41                    OFFICER SCARBROUGH   PROBATION VIOLATION (FELONY)

GARRISON    CHRIS MICHAEL      W/M    38                    OFFICER SIMPSON THEFT BY TAKING (M)

WIMPY          ELYSIA          LASHAY        W/F     22                    OFFICER GALYON  BURLARY (F), THEFT BY TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE (F), ENTERING AN AUTOMOBILE (F), FAILURE TO APPEAR ( M) – TWO COUNTYS, PROBATION VIOLATION (M), FINANCIAL TRANSACTION CARD FRAUD (F)

LEMONS        CHRISTIAN   LEE     W/M    26                    OFFICER CLARK     DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE,  NO TAILLIGHT, NO INSURANCE, CONCEALING IDENTITY OF A VEHICLE

HINTON         MAKEDA      NECHELLE   B/F      21                    OFFICER CLARK     FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE (FELONY)

 

DOBSON        HAllEY           ELLYSSE       W/F     28                    OFFICER CARTER   DUI REFUSAL, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN

SMITH            JAVON           DAYLAN       B/M     17                    OFFICER SIMPSON AGG ASSAULT

WALKER       MELISSA       JILL    W/F     54                    LPD    DISORDERLY CONDUCT, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

JOSHEN         DEMETRICE LEBRON        B/M     23                    RPD CARTER           PUBLIC INDECENCY

FLEETWOOD            JAMES           WAME           B/M     29                    OFFICER AGREDANO        POSS OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSS OF DRUG RELATED OBJECT

WEBB HAYDEN       BARBARA     W/F     24                    OFFICER AGREDANO        DUI DRUGS, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE


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