Walker County Arrest Report For Feb. 15-21

Monday, February 22, 2021

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

PURSLEY      DUSTIN         CAROLL        W/M    34                    OFFICER BARKLEY            FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

STEPHENS    CRISTA          ANTIONETTE           W/F     38                    OFFICER MILLER    FTA(F)

HAHNA          JODY  WAYNE         W/M    48                    OFFICER YOUNG    CONTEMPT OF COURT

WRIGHT        SHANE           EUGENE        W/M                            OFFICER FERGUSON         RETURN FROM HOSPITAL

HARRIS         GAVIN           MICHAEL      W/M    18                    OFFICER WORLEY M.

STATUTORY RAPE

 

BULLOCH     KAWON         DESHANE     B/M     18                    EVANS RPD  BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO THE STATE, ATTEMPTING TO FLEE

REYNOLDS   BRIAN            ALEXANDER            W/M    40                    OFFICER HAVEN     SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, DISORDERLY CONDUCT

VANDERGRIFF        TRACY          DAWN            W/F     51                    OFFICER HAVEN     WARRANTS

HARDIMAN  ROBERT        LACUZ           B/M     21                    OFFICER SCARBROUGH   FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

ROBERTS      TYLER           LABRON        B/M     28                    SELF   PROBATION VIOLATION, SIMPLE ASSAULT FVA

 

SMITH            TIMOTHY      WADE            W/M    47        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION – FELONY

MOORE          ROBERT        THOMAS       W/M    32        OFFICER YOUNG    FAILURE TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER

PALMER        JOSEPH          CHRISTIAN   W/M    27        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION – FELONY, PAROLE VIOLATION

ROBERTSON MICHAEL      WESLEY        W/M    49        OFFICER MILLER    POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS – FELONY

PARKER        KEITH            FRANKLIN    W/M    40        OFFICER MAROON RETURNING FROM DOCTOR OFFICE

EDWARDS    JEREMY        SHANE           W/M    39        OFFICER MAROON RETURNING FROM DOCTOR OFFICE

FARMER        BARRON       ANTONIO      B/M     42        OFFICER BRANNON           RETURNING FROM DOCTOR OFFICE

SHORT           ROBERT        LEE     W/M    31        OFFICER MAROON RETURNING FROM DOCTOR OFFICE

YODER          AMY   FELISA          W/F     44        OFFICER SCHRADER         POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, ABANDONMENT OF CERTAIN DANGEROUS DRUGS, POISONS, OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES (10 COUNTS), DRUGS TO BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, SALE, DISTRIBUTION, OR POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUGS (10 COUNTS), SIMPLE ASSAULT – FVA

SAMS ROBERT        LESTER         W/M    43        OFFICER CLARK     PROBATION VIOLATION – FELONY

DEBERRY     JEFFERY        TAD    W/M    31        OFFICER JONES       DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, MARIJUANA – POSSESS LESS THAN 1 OZ, TAILLIGHT VIOLATION

 

GRIFFITH      MARY KATHERINE W/F     27                    OFFICER MILLER    WARRANT/ASSAULT, TERRORISTIC THREATS, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

TUMBLIN      CORY LEE     W/M    26                    LPD HOUSER           SHOPLIFTING

BRATCHER   JONATHAN   JACOB           W/M    46                    SELF   RETURN FROM FURLOUGH

 

ROJAS            AXEL CABREN        H/M    21                    OFFICER THOMASON        DRIVING WITHOUT VALID LICENSE/ IMPROPER LANE CHANGE

CRAFT           DONALD       RAYMOND   W/M    33                    LPD    SIMPLE BATTERY FVA

CHASE           JESSICA         LOGAN          W/F     26                    DTF    POSS. OF METH, POSS. OF SCHEDULE 2

WOODS         RONYALE     ANTINO         B/M     51                    OFFICER MITCHELL          DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE, EXPIRED PLATE

SMITH            HUNTER        GREGORY     W/M    28                    DTF    POSS. OF METH, POSS. OF SCHEDULE 2

SMITH            PAYTON        MCRAY         W/M    23                    DTF    POSS. OF METH, POSS. OF SCHEDULE 2

RAMINE        WESLEY        LEBRON        W/M    72                    P. STANFIELD          AGGRAVATED CHILD MOLESTATION, SODEMY

COX    ANITA            JOSEPHINE   W/F     51                    DTF    TRAFFICKING METH, POSS. OF FIREARM BY FELON, POSS. OF METH

CROWE          ANTHONY    RAY    W/M    57                    DTF    TRAFFICKING METH, POSS. OF FIREARM BY FELON, POSS. OF METH

CLAYTON     BARRY          ALLEN           W/M    59                    OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

 

WALDROP    STEVEN         TODD W/M    48                    BURGESS      DUI- DRUGS

CARROLL     JEREMY        KEITH            W/M    41                    BURGESS      BATTERY- FVA

RAMIREZ      ELOY GALINDO      H/M    39                    FT. O PD COKER      SIMPLE BATTERY FVA CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE

PAYNE           JOSHUA         ALEXANDER            W/M    25                    OFFICER AGREDANO        FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, DUI, EXPIRED TAG

JOHNSON      JEREMIAH    ARBY W/M    43                    OFFICER HEAD       RECKLESS CONDUCT

PARKER        MICHAEL      ANDERSON  W/M    43                    OFFICER BURGESS PROBATION VIOLATION(F)

HODGE          ELIJAH          CURTIS          W/M    40                    OFFICER WALKER

 

CALLAHAN  TIMOTHY      LAWRENCE  W/M    42                    OFFICER BURGESS AGG ASSAULT FVA, OTHER WEAPON AGG ASSAULT

PUTNAM       RILEY NIGAL            W/M    18                    OFFICER AGREDANO        DUI, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN, SPEEDING

HOWARD      RANDY          SERVAN        B/M     51                    OFFICER CARTER   DUI REFUSAL

KING  RON    LAMAR          B/M     25                    OFFICER FOUTS      POSS. OF DRUGS IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER

GOMEX         DAPHNE        DARCAL        B/F      23                    OFFICER SPROUSE CRUELTY TO CHILDREN (F) 2ND DEGREE X 2

CRUMLEY    RANDY          SCOTT           W/M    35                    OFFICER COOK       WARRANT/ SIMPLE BATTERY FVA/ CRIMINAL TRESPASS

ADKINS         RYAN NICHOLAS    W/M    21                    OFFICER REYNOLDS         ROBBERY

WILSON        STEPHANIE  LEANN          W/F     35                    OFFICER GAYLON  POSS. OF METH, POSS. OF SCHEDULE 2


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