Walker County Arrest Report For Nov. 15-21

Monday, November 22, 2021

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Nov. 15-21:

HOLLAND     DANIEL         EUGENE        W/M    23        MISD  OFFICER RUSS         DRIVING ON SUSP. , NO INSURANCE, TAG LIGHT VIOLATION

WILLIAMS    CHELSEA      RAELYNN     W/F     28        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

CURTIS          PATRICIA      CARROLL     W/F     25        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

GEARING      DEANGELO  LEBRON        B/M     31        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

HULLENDER            DALE WESLEY        W/M    63        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

GOODNER    DONTAE        DEVAUGN    B/M     25        MISD  OFFICER CAPEHART         SUSPENDED LICENSE, 75 IN A 55

 

DEAN FARON          CHASE           W/M    26                    PROBATION DRUG COURT SANCTION

SNYDER        JADON           CHASE           W/M    22        FELONY        MILLER         BATTERY, BURGLARY

COOK TIMOTHY      MILES            W/M    61        FELONY        OFFICER REYNOLDS         FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

SPIKES           CHARLES      JAMES           B/M                                         COURT

HART JOSEPH          EDWARD      W/M                                        COURT

MORRISON   JAMES           EDWARD      W/M    41                                TERRORISTIC ACTS

HAMMONDS SAMNTHA    KOLE W/F     30        MISD  OFFICER REYNOLDS         DRIVING WHILE UNLICENSED, IMPROPER PASSING

SEXTON        WILLIAM      J          B/M     32        MISD  OFFICER BROOME PROBATION VIOLATION

GARDNER     GARIN           LEE     W/M    30                    OFFICER SMALL     HOLD FOR HAMILTON

GRIGSBY      JESSICA         CHRISTINE   W/F     31                    OFFICER SMALL    

CONLEY        PATSY           MARIEANN  W/F     25                    CATOOSA COUNTY           HOLD FOR PDC

MAYE TAMARA       NICOLE         W/F     33                    CATOOSA COUNTY           HOLD FOR PDC

 

BARKER        ANTHONY    DEWAYNE    W/M    32        ------------        --------------------------------     RETURNED FROM DR

LOWERY       TYLER           DOUGLAS     W/M    27        ------------        --------------------------------     RETURNED FROM GA REGIONAL HOSPITAL ATLANTA

TAYLOR        JONATHAN   WAYNE         W/M    43        FELONY        OFFICER DURHAM DUI, POSS.

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DEBORD        TREVOR        RUIN  W/M    26        MISD  OFFICER HAVEN     AFFRAY

ROGERS        JUSTIN           CURTIS          W/M    32        MISD  OFFICER HAVEN     AFFRAY

 

RICE   NICHOLAS    HEATH          W/M    42        FELONY        OFFICER CARTER   AGG ASSAULT(CHOKING), AGG ASSAULT, TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE

HELTON        MICHAEL      EUGENE        W/M    42                    OFFICER FOUTS      FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE/ HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

DODD JESSICA         LEEANN        W/F     25        MISD  OFFICER CARTER   DUI

LEE     ANTHONY    MARCEL       W/M    25        MISD  OFFICER FOUTS      DUI, DRIVING ON SUSP. , DRIVING A POLICE MARKED VEHICLE

FELISCH        MALLORY    ROSE  W/F     35        FELONY        OFFICER CAPEHART         DUI, PURCHASE POSESS CONTROL OF ANY CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, HANDS FREE, NO PROOF ON INSURANCE, USE OF LICENSE PLATE FOR PURPOSE OF CONCEALING IDENTITY

BELL ERIKA            JEANINE        B/F      30        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    FTA

RHINEHART ANGELA        MICHELLE    W/F     45        FELONT         OFFICER MILLER    FTA

 

PHILLIPS       ALICE ELIZABETH  W/F     52        MISD  OFFICER CARTER   PERMITING UNLAWFUL OPERATION OF VEHICLE

HOWARD      JAMES           TRAVIS          W/M    40        MISD  OFFICER CARTER   DUI

TAYLOR        MELLISA       CHERIE          W/F     25        MISD  OFFICER AGREDANO        SUSPENDED LICENSE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN

BEARDEN     ROBERT        EARL JR        W/M    44        MISD  OFFICER HAVEN     DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, USE OF WRONG LIC PLATE

CROWDER    CONNIE         JEAN  W/F     34        FELONY        OFFICER FOUTS      TERRORISTIC THREATS

HALEY          MAE   SIMPSON       W/F     28        FELONY        OFFICER WILLETT DRUG COURT SANCTION

ALND JAMES           WILLIAM      H/M    55        FELONY        OFFICER WILLETT DRUG COURT SANCTION

CROSS           AARON          JACOB           W/M    20        MISD  OFFICER CLARK     SIMPLE BATTERY-FVA

GOSS  DRAKE          KENRICK      W/M    22        MISD  REYNOLDS   SIMPLE ASSAULT-FVA

THORNTON  ANTHONY    CHAD W/M    42        FELONY        SELF   HOLD FOR COURT

CARR THEODORE  HAMILTOM  W/M    59        MISD  OFFICER CLARK     VIOLATION OF SPECIAL CONDITIONS

 

BUTTNER      KENNY          EUNEE           W/M    52        MISD  OFFICER MANNING           SIMPLE ASSAULT, DISORDERLY CONDUCT

MALONE       ASHLEY        PAIGE W/F     33        FELONY        SELF   HOLD FOR COURT

NEAL ROBERT        LEE     W/M    52        MISD  DEAL DISORDERLY CONDUCT

PARM JOEL   KINSEY         W/M    62        FELONY        OFFICER COKER     POSS OF METH, WARRANT SHOPLIFTING-M

LEAMON       TRISTAN       TANNER        W/M    22                    OFFICER CLEMONS           RETURN FROM HOSPITAL

BENJAMIN    HEATHER     MARIE           W/F     33        MISD  GSP OFFICER THOMAS     DUI DRUGS, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN


BENJAMIN    HEATHER     MARIE                                                           BACK FROM CHI

 

HICKS            DONALD       WADE            W/M    39        MISD  OFFICER MULLIS    FAILURE TO MAINTAIN/DUI REFUSED

SMITH            MELISSA       NICOLE         W/F     41        FELONY        OFFICER KIRBY      PROBATION VIOLATION

WEAVER       JAMES           MYRICK        W/M    41        MISD  OFFICER KIRBY      CONTEMPT OF COURT

ELAYAN        ERICA            DANIELA      W/F     38        MISD  OFFICER MULLIS    CRIMINAL TRESPASS BUISNESS

MIDDLETON CHARLOTTE DIANA           W/F     53        FELONY        OFFICER MULLIS    PROBATION VIOLATION

KELLER         BEVERLY      ANN   W/F     53        FELONY        OFFICER GREEN     FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE


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