Walker County Arrest Report For Oct. 11-17

Monday, October 18, 2021

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Oct. 11-17:

DEAN FARON          CHASE           W/M    26        ----------           OFFICER BROWN    RETURN FROM CLINIC

NEGRETE-RAMIREZ          ESTEPHANIE            NMI    W/F     17        MISD  OFFICER BETHUNE            HOLD FOR HABERSHAM COUNTY GEORGIA

HARRISON    JOSHUA         ADAM            W/M    41        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    POSSESSION OF METH WARRANT

WIMPY          ROBBIE         FARNS           W/M    51        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    FELONY SPECIAL PRESENTMENT INDICTMENT

WINESBOURGH      JACK  PRESTON      W/M    48        MISD  OFFICER STEPHENS           THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING 7 COUNTS

WATTS          SARA ELIZABETH  W/F     43        -----------         OFFICER CLEMONS           RETURN FROM CHI MEMORIAL

PUGH MICHAEL      DAVID           W/M    31        MISD  OFFICER HAVEN     THEFT BY TAKING MISD, POSSESSION OF METH, CROSSING THE GUARD LINE.

POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS

REASON        LUCIENDA    MARIE           W/F     58        FELONY        OFFICER GARRISON          TERRORISTIC THREATS, OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, SIMPLE ASSAULT

FRAISHER     TERRY           LEVON          W/M    60        MISD  OFFICER GIDEON   DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE.

TOFTE            LANCE           ALLEN           W/M    59        MISD  OFFICER DURHAM PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE

 

YOUNG          ALEIGHA      FAITH W/F     22        MISD  OFFICER WILSON   THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING

HERNANDEZ            ULISES          GRANDENO  H/M    24        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    CHILD MOLESTATION, STATUTORY RAPE WARRANT

GRAHAM      HOWARD      NICK  W/M    52        MISD  OFFICER PERRY      NO INSURANCE

ESTES MARTHA       JENNEAN      W/F     45        FELONY        OFFICER PRESNELL           BOND SURRENDER, FELONY FAILURE TO APPEAR WARRANT

HENEGAR     RICHARD      LEE     W/M    40        FELONY        OFFICER THOMASON        FELONY OBSTRUCTION X2, SIMPLE ASSAULT, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

 

DEAN FARON          CHASE           W/M    26                    OFFICER BROWN    RETURN FROM DR

EDMONSON STEFAN         DURAND       W/M    25        MISD  OFFICER MILLER    CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT A FELONY

HOLT CODY JAMES           W/M    29        MISD  OFFICER WALKER DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

PARKER        GREGORY     JUSTIN           W/M    38        MISD  OFFICER CAMP       DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

DEARING      PHILLIP         PAUL  W/M    60                    OFFICER BARTLETT          RETURN FROM MEDICAL

MABALA       MICHAEL      KUUPIO         W/M    41        FELONY        RAMOS          PROBATION VIOLATION FELONY

WILLIAMS    AUBLEY        TRAVONNE  B/M     32        MISD  OFFICER WILLIAMSON     DUI

HICKMAN     NICHOLAS    DEWAYNE    W/M    17        MISD  BROOM         BATTERY X2, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

 

BAILEY         JARED            JAMARD        B/M     30        FELONY        GREEN           SIMPLE BATTERY, CRIMINAL TRESSPASSING, POSS SCH II

BALLARD     NIKKI AUSTINE       W/F     44        FELONY        DETRIC          PROB VIOLATION

AIRKS            JOSHUA         DAKOTA       W/M    28        FELONY        OFFICER SCHRADER         HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

PROPER         BRANDON    CODY W/M    32        MISD  OFFICER SCHRADER         DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, SEAT BELT VIOLATION

BRADLEY     ERIC   LYNN W/M    36        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION-WARRANT

EDGEMAN    LEVI   SHANE           W/M    25        FELONY        OFFICER MATTHEWS        WARRANT

ROACH          JARROD        TYLER           W/M    30                    OFFICER PHILLIPS RETURN FROM CHI ER

ROMINE        STEPHEN      WESLEY        W/M    37        FELONY        OFFICER COKER     POSS. OF METH

MALONE       ASHLEY        PAIGE W/F     33                    OFFICER STEPHENS           HOLD FOR COURT

BARFEILD    SHERRY        DENISE          W/F     51        MISD  OFFICER REYNOLDS         DISORDERLY CONDUCT, WARRANT FTA (LPD)

CLARK          ERIC   LAMORE       B/M     51        MISD  OFFICER HOUSER   DUI, NO INSURANCE, WARRANT FTA (LPD)

BROOM         CARA DIONA           W/F     32        FELONY        RAMOS          PROBATION VIOLATION

 

MCCULLOUGH        DAVID           BENJAMAN  W/M    48        MISD  OFFICER HOUSER   DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED

DARRATT     JORDAN        CHRISTOPHER         B/M     29        MISD  OFFICER WILLIAMSON     DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, OPEN CONTAINER, FAILURE TO OBEY STOP SIGN

DAVIS            JADE  DEZARIA      B/F      25        MISD  OFFICER MANNING           AGGRESSIVE DRIVING, WARRANT

COOK BRIAN            KYLE W/M    31        FELONY        SELF   HOLD FOR COURT

LEAMON       TRISTIAN      TANNER        W/M    22        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

BROWN         JUSTIN           PAUL  W/M    30        FELONY        DTF    PROBATION VIOLATION

SMITH            TOMMY         WAYNE         W/M    54        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

MITCHELL    ALLISON       ELAINE          W/F     43        MISD  OFFICER WINKLER DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

SHEPARD      KENNETH     BRANDON    W/M    36        MISD  OFFICER GAYLON  SPEEDING, DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE, DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED

MOORE          CHARLES      IZ        B/M     31        FELONY        OFFICER FOUTS      THEFT BY BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY ACROSS STATE LINES, MISD FTA

JONES            STEPHEN      LEE     W/M    51        FELONY        OFFICER LIVELY    BOND SURRENDER, FELONY FAILURE TO APPEAR

 

BROWN         JACOB           THOMAS       B/M     19        MISD  OFFICER DURHAM DUI DRUGS

KAISER          IVY     LENETTE      W/F     34        FELONY        OFFICER AGREDANO        NO SEAT BELT, POSSESION OF METH

SAINT CHIP   NEAL W/M    33        MISD  OFFICER AGREDANO        DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED

JACKSON      JAMES           HEATH          W/M    45        MISD  OFFICER RUSS         DUI ALCOHOL

BALL  JARED            ALLEN           W/M    23        FELONY                    FORGERY 3RD DEGREE, THEFT BY TAKING, FORGERY 4TH DEGREE

SNIDER 2ND JOHN  THOMAS       W/M    23        MISD  GSP OFFICER           DUI

ISMAEL DIAZ           MOISES         AGUILAR      W/M    32        MISD  OFFICER COOK       SPEEDING, UNLICENSED

 

KAISER          DALTON        ZACHARY     W/M    32        MISD  OFFICER THOMASON        FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, SUSPENDED LICENSE, AFFIXING TAG TO MISREPRESENT

SAINT RICK  ALLEN           W/M    57        FELONY        OFFICER CARTER   DUI, THEFT BY RECIEVING

SHROPSHIRE            JOSEPH          DEFORREST B/M     50        MISD  OFFICER RUSS         CRIMINAL TRESPASS FVA

LANIER         TANNER        LEALLEN      W/M    23        MISD  OFFICER AGREDANO        RECKLESS DRIVING

POSEY           CHRISTOPHER         RYAN W/M    25        FELONY        OFFICER HAVEN     THEFT BY TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE, BATTERY FVA


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