Walker County Arrest Report For Sept. 6-12

Monday, September 20, 2021

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Sept. 6-12:

ELLIOTT        SAVALAS      ARRIAND      W/M    47        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    WARRANT

MURPHY       KORDARRIUS          TRAIVEON    B/M     25        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    WARRANT

HANKS          MICHAEL      DAKOTA       W/M    24        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    WARRANT

RACKLER     DUSTIN         LEE     W/M    31        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    WARRANT

WEBB JUSTIN           TYLER           W/M    39        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    WARRANT

LEWIS            THOMAS       JASON            B/M     40        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    WARRANT

HARVEY       MARY LOIS   W/F     34        FELONY        OFFICER HEAD       WARRANT

BRADEN        CHARLES      MICHAEL      W/M    32        -------------       SELF   RETURN FROM FURLOUGH

ALLISON       BRENDAN     TYLER           B/M     23        MISD  OFFICER THOMASON        GIVING FALSE NAME TO LAW ENFORCEMENT

 

DEAN FARON          CHASE           W/M    26        FELONY        OFFICER WILLETT PROBATION

FOSKEY        AARON          JAY     W/M    48        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    WARRANT (F)

DAVIS            THOMAS       CHRISTOPHER         W/M    46        MISD  OFFICER KIRBY      DUI, HIT AND RUN, IMPROPER BACKING

 

NAVAS          CHRISTINA   ELIZABETH  W/F     43        FELONY        OFFICER BLESCH   POSS OF METH, POSS OF SCHEDULE IV

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

SLATON        JUSTIN           RICHARD      W/M    41        FELONY        RPD    PAROLE VIOLATION, BATTERY (FVA), CRUELTY TO CHILDREN

SCOTT           ZACHARY     RYAN W/M    27        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    PROBATION VIOLATION

HEALON        DANIEL         TYLER           W/M    38        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    PROBATION VIOLATION

TIBBS MELVIN        TRAMMELL  B/M     28        FELONY        SELF TURN IN          PROBATION VIOLATION

MCCRARY    MICHAEL      JAMES           W/M    31        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    POSS OF SCHEDULE II

SHROPSHIRE            JACOB           ANTONIO      B/M     39        FELONY        OFFICER WILLIAMSON     FAILURE TO APPEAR

BROOKS        JEFFERY        CLINTON      W/M    60        MISD  OFFICER HOUSER   DRIVING ON SUSPENDED REGISTRATION

HAWKINS     TYRECIA       GEORGETTA            B/F      24        MISD  OFFICER WILLIAMSON     FAILURE TO OBEY STOP SIGN, SUSPENDED LICENSE

STEVENS      JAMES           PATRICK       W/M    26        MISD  OFFICER MAROON SUSPENDED LICENSE

HARRIS         MICHAEL      DAVID           W/M    40        MISD  OFFICER YOUNG    SUSPENDED LICENSE

 

MOSSBERG  KAREN          JEAN  W/F     56        MISD  OFFICER CARTER   DUI, FTML

GARDNER     JAVONTE      TRE    B/M     18        MISD  OFFICER DOYLE     OBSTRUCTION, POSS OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1OZ

MOORE          DEMARCUS  JUANA           B/M     20        FELONY        OFFICER DOYLE     CRIMINAL DAM TO PROPERTY, FLEEING, THEFT BY RECEIVING  STOLEN PROPERTY, RECKLESS DRIVING, FTML, SEAT BELT, THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY IN ANOTHER STATE, POSS OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON, POSS OF KNIFE OR FIREARM DURING COMMISSION OF FELONY

JONES            CATHY          ELIZABETH  W/F     47        M & F RAMEY          AGG ASSAULT, CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, CRIMINAL TRESPASS

TALLEY        DANIELLE    MARIE           W/F     30        MISD  OFFICER MILLER    VIOLATE FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER

YODER          AMY   FELISA          W/F     44        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

BRADLEY     CHRISTOPHER         JAMES           W/M    59                    OFFICER YOUNG    DRUG COURT SENTENCE

STONE           MANDY         LEE     W/F     25        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION

GUFFEY        MICHAEL      EUGENE        W/M    61        FELONY        LPD   POSS OF METH

HALL SANDY          SHEA  W/F     53        FELONY        LPD   POSS OF METH

BROOME       DEBORAH     ANNETTE      W/F     60        FELONY        LPD    POSS OF METH W/INTENT, POSS OF SCHEDULE IV

JACKSON      NICHOLAS    BRYAN          B/M     30        FELONY        OFFICER HINCH      PROBATION VIOLATION

BISHOP          CECELIA       POTTS            W/F     59        MISD  OFFICER GSP           DUI, OPEN CONTAINER, FTML

FAUSCETT    JASON            CHASE           W/M    21        MISD  FAULKNER (DNR)  DUI

MARKUM      ASHLEY        NICOLE         W/F     21        FELONY        OFFICER WILLIAMSON     POSS OF METH

HOOD TIFFANY       DAWN            W/F     36        MISD  OFFICER BARKLEY            SIMPLE ASSAULT (FVA)

 

STEWART     LAVAN          CURTIS          B?M    35        -------------       OFFICER DEES         RETURN FROM CHI MEMORIAL

DEARMAN    JOSHUA         ADAM            W/M    30        FELONY        OFFICER HEGWOOD          POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE 2, CROSSING THE GUARD LINE WITH CONTRABAND

BORDELON  THOMAS       ERIC   W/M    34        FELONY        OFFICER HEGWOOD          POESSION OF SCHEDULE 2

HADDOCK    ZACHARY     ADAM            W/M    38        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    WARRANT

ANDERSON  CORY FRANKLIN    B/M     40        MISD  OFFICER REYNOLDS         DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED

MCBURNETT           JOSHUA         ROY    W/M    35        FELONY        OFFICER MCBEE     POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON

GREENE        KIMBERLY   BARBRA        W/F     58        FELONY        OFFICER FOUTS      POSSESSION OF COCAINE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE, REMOVING/AFFIXING TAG WITH INTENT TO CONCEAL IDENTITY OF VEHICLE, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LAIN/ IMPORPER LANE CHANGE,OPEN CONTAINER, POSSESSION OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS

 

PARKER        RANDALL     MURRAY      W/M    50        MISD  OFFICER RUSS         WARRANT

ANDERSON  GLORIA         LORENE        B/F      37        MISD  OFFICER HOLLAND           NO INSURANCE, NO LICENSE

WHITED        JOSEPH          PATRICK       W/M    39        MISD  OFFICER FOUTS      DUI

DEAN FARON          CHASE           W/M    -------   ------------        OFFICER RUSS         RETURN FROM METHADONE CLINIC

SAMMONS    DARELL        JASON            W/M    44        MISD  OFFICER FERGUSON         WARRANT

UNKNOWN   ------------------            --------------------         W/M    -------   MISD  OFFICER BLESCH   SIMPLE BATTERY, OBSTRUCTION OF A LEO, PUI

 

ELLIOTT        BOBBY          WAYNE         W/M    37        FELONY        OFFICER MILLER    FTA (F)

DOCKERY     DENNIS         DEWAYNE    W/M    65        ------------        OFFICER LEWIS      RETURN FROM HOSPITAL


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