Walker County Arrest Report For Jan. 10-16

Monday, January 17, 2022

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Jan. 10-16:

THOMPSON  HOLLY          MICHELLE    W/F     32        MISD  OFFICER CARTER   DUI, IMPROPER LANE CHANGE, FAILURE TO YEILD TO EMERGENCY VEHICLE, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENTS

THORNBURGH        ROBERT        EVERT           W/M    53        MISD  JONES            DRIVING ON SUSPENDED

 

PARKER        JEREMIAH    ALLEN           W/M    27        MISD  OFFICER FERGUSON         HOLD FOR COURT

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

BURKS           VINCENT      HENRY          B/M     45        FELONY        OFFICER JONES       FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

JONES            MAURICE      LAMONT       B/M     32        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    FAILURE TO APPEAR

GUTHRIE      DAKOTA       WARD            W/M    35        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    PROBATION VIOLATION

SHARBER      CHRISTOPHER         STEVEN         W/M    36        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    THEFT BY TAKING

DUNCAN       SAMANTHA ELIZABETH  W/F     26        MISD  OFFICER YOUNG    PROBATION VIOLATION

SIMS   RICKY            WAYNE         W/M    44        FELONY        OFFICER COKER     WARRANT- FORGERY 1ST DEGREE

LEETH           STEPHANIE  HIGHFEILD   W/F     42        FELONY        OFFICER WALKER WARRANT- POSS METH X2

JACKSON      JAMES           HANK W/M    18        MISD  OFFICER SMALL     CRIMINAL TRESPASS

WILLIAMS    JESSE MATTHEW COLE    W/M    18        MISD  OFFICER SMALL     CRIMINAL TRESPASS

 

RAMSEY       BOBBY          NICHOLAS    W/M    29        MISD  OFFICER HEGWOOD          BATTERY FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 1ST DEGREE, CRIMINAL TRESSPASS, OBSTRUCTION

HUDGENS     EMILY           DANIELLE    W/F     26        MISD  OFFICER BETHUNE            VIOLATION OF TPO

WILLIAMS    JOSHUA         WADE            W/M    39        MISD  OFFICER WILSON   HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

NEZ    JAMES           JOSHUA         W/M                MISD  OFFICER BETHUNE            HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

REYNOLDS   TIMOTHY      DAVID           W/M    34        FELONY        OFFICER WILSON  

 

OOTEN          TARA NIKOLE         W/F     48        MISD  OFFICER MILLER    CRIMINAL TRESPASS

WILLIAMS    TYRELL         MARQUEZ    B/M     19        FELONY        OFFICER SHIPMAN POSS OF SCHED 2 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

BROWN         TERRENCE   TREMAYNE  B/M     22        FELONY        OFFICER SHIPMAN POSS OF SCHED 2 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

THOMPSON  JEREMY        SHAWN         W/M                FELONY        OFFICER TERRY     POSS OF METH

WHITTON     WALTER       BLAKE           W/M    29        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    THEFT BY TAKING (WARRANT)

TOMAS          BONIFILO                 H/M    29        MISD  OFFICER ALFORD   DUI

MONNEYHAM         TYLOR           RAY RILEY   W/M    27        FELONY        OFFICER RUSS         POSS FIREARM/VGCSA

VANNICE      HANNAH       ASHLEY        W/F     31        MISD  OFFICER THOMASON        FTA(WARRANT)

 

VAN-NICE     HANNAH       ASHLY           W/F     31        MISD  OFFICER THOMASON        FAULIRE TO APPEAR

HEATH          BRANDY       LEANN          W/F     29        FELONY        OFFICER CAMPBELL         PROBATION VIOLATION, WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT

BENNETT      JACK  LAMARR       W/M    44        FELONY        SELF   WARRANT-AGGRAVATED BATTERY

FRASHIER     FLOYD           TIMOTHY      W/M    53        ---------            SELF   DRUG COURT

POSEY           HEATHER     LYNN W/F     34        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    PROBATION VIOLATION

ROMINE        CALEB           ANDREW      W/M    18        FELONY        OFFICER YOUNG    BURGLARY, SMASH & GRAB BURGLARY, THEFT BY TAKING X2

BETHUNE     MALCOMB   SCOTT           W/M    34        MISD  OFFICER CAMP       THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING

BETHUNE     AMBER          LYNN W/F     30        MISD  OFFICER CAMP       THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING

PATTON        ERIC   ANTHONY    B/M     29        FELONY        OFFICER PERRY      BURGLARY, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN X2, AGG BATTERY FVA X2

BARFEILD    GAVIN           SEAN  W/M    24        MISD  OFFICER CLARK     DRIVING ON SUSPENDED, SPEEDING

SNIDER          KELSIE          LEE     W/F     27        MISD  OFFICER BROOME BATTERY

ROBINS         TANNER        HAMILTON   W/M    30        MISD  OFFICER SMALL     DUI, FTML

 

MAURER       TROY SPENCER      W/M    55        FELONY        OFFICER MAROON WARRANT-PROBATION VIOLATION

PASSAR         DEVIN            JOHVAN        B/M     28        MISD  OFFICER BROOME DUI, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, STRIKING FIXED OBJECT, WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION,IMPROPER LANE CHANGE

PARRISH       SUE    ANN   W/F     39        MISD  OFFICER JONES       SIMPLE ASSAULT-FVA

 

MAURER       TROY SPENCER      W/M    55        FELONY        OFFICER MAROON WARRANT-PROBATION VIOLATION

PASSAR         DEVIN            JOHVAN        B/M     28        MISD  OFFICER BROOME DUI, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, STRIKING FIXED OBJECT, WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION,IMPROPER LANE CHANGE

PARRISH       SUE    ANN   W/F     39        MISD  OFFICER JONES       SIMPLE ASSAULT-FVA


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