Walker County Arrest Report For Dec. 11-17

Monday, December 18, 2017

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

BRACKETT   JEREMY        WAYNE         W/M    39        OFFICER  CAREATHERS   THEFT BY DECEPTION (F)

THOMAS       JUSTIN          LAMAR         W/M    27        OFFICER CAREATHERS    DUI – MULITPLE INFLUENCES, SERIOUS INJURY BY VEHICLE, DRIVING ON WRONG SIDE OF ROAD, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

WHIDDON    NINA  NICOLE         W/F     36        OFFICER FORREST FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

HEROD          JEREMY        KIRK  W/M    45        OFFICER GUTHRIE DUI – ALCOHOL, DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED

GRANT          JACOB           CHRISTIAN  W/M    19        OFFICER EVANS     POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY A CONVICTED FELON, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ

JONES            JOHNATHAN           ALLEN           W/M    36        OFFICER EVANS     POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING THE COMMISSION OF A FELONY, POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE II (X2), POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1OZ, CROSSING THE GUARDLINE WITH DRUGS

STEELE          JOYA LYNN W/F     38        OFFICER BURGESS            HOLD FOR OTHER AGENCY

 

MORRIS        JEREMY        DAVID           H/M    23        WILSON LPD            DISORDERLY CONDUCT, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1OZ

JUV    JUV    JUV    JUV    JUV    OFFICER DAFFRON           JUV

BLALOCK     KELLY           LEANN          W/F     29        OFFICER CAREATHERS    SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)

SCHMITT      JACOB           DANIEL         W/M    19        OFFICER CAREATHERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

EDGEMAN    LEVI   SHANE          W/M    21        OFFICER CAREATHERS    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

HUNDLEY    BETHANY     ANN   W/F     29        BALLARD     SPEEDING, DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED OR REVOKED

DUPREE        GRAYSON    SHERMAN    W/M    50        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

BANKSTON  CHRISTIAN  MICHAEL      W/M    18        OFFICER DENNY    FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE

BRASWELL   CORY JUSTIN          W/M    35        OFFICER FORREST FAILURE TO APPEAR (M)

BANKSTON  JAMES           GRADY         W/M    52        OFFICER WALKER BATTERY (FVA)

BANKSTON  DAVID           RAY   W/M    37        OFFICER MILLER    HOLD FOR COURT

 

VILLEGAS    FERNADO     ROTA W/M    38        OFFICER MILLER    BATTERY

BROOM         CHIP   CHRISTOPHER        W/M    41        DTF    POSSESSION OF METH

ROGERS        CHAD OWEN            W/M    30        OFFICER CAREATHERS    THEFT BY TAKING- FELONY

DENTON       CHRISTOPHER        BRADY          W/M    32        DTF    POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE, MISDEMEANOR OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, MISDEMEANOR OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ., THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY- MISDEMEANOR, FAILURE TO APPEAR MISDEMEANOR, PROBATION VIOLATION- FELONY

VILLEGAS    FERNADO     ROTA W/M    38        PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION- FELONY

HENDERSON           ANTHONY    MARSHAUN B/M     32       OFFICER CAREATHERS    BATTERY- FVA, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE, CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 3RD DEGREE

GRAVITT      CHRISTOPHER        EVAN W/M    22        OFFICER AVANS    RETURN FROM CATOOSA

BRYSON       DENNIS         WILLIAM      W/M    48        DTF    POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE

BEARDEN     RODNEY       KING  W/M    38        OFFICER LOFTY     RETURN FROM CORNERSTONE

OLIVER         DAVID           PHILLIP JR    W/M    37        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

MCBRYAR    DARRYL       W        W/M    26        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

BROOKS       CHRISTOPHER        LEE     W/M    26        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

JACKSON     GREGORY    DARYL          W/M    45        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

CROSS           THOMAS       HAYDEN       W/M    19        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

MCDONALD DONALD       HEATH          W/M    46        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

HOLLOWAY DAVID           EARL  W/M    38        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

ROSSER         DEVIN           LEE     W/M    21        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

FILLERS        RONALD       DEAN W/M    41        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

HARDIN        MATTHEW    DAVID           W/M    24        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

GATES           JASON           TYLER           W/M    22        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

MITCHELL    RYVER          KANE W/M    19        OFFICER JEFFRIES RETURN FROM DADE COUNTY

SPARKS        WESLEY        CECIL W/M    36        DTF    POSSESSION OF METH WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY A CONVICTED FELON

JARNAGIN   DAKOTA       ALAN W/M    18        OFFICER LANG       AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

BEYER           DANIEL         AARON         W/M    27        OFFICER REESE      DRIVING WITH NO LICENSE

YOUNG         SAMUEL       PAUL W/M    35        OFFICER BARRETT SIMPLE BATTERY FVA, MISDEMEANOR OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, MISDEMEANOR OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, MISDEMEANOR OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, PROBATION VIOLATION- FELONY

MOORE         THOMAS       EDWARD      W/M    57        OFFICER ELLIOTT  DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED

 

GRIM WILLIAM      CHASE           W/M    25        OFFICER STANFIELD        HOLD FOR COURT

ADKINS        TRAVIS         VAN   W/M    38        DTF    TRAFFICKING IN METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF FIREARM IN COMMISSION OF A FELONY, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ.

ELLIS ALLISON       MICHELLE    W/F     49        DTF    POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE

BEARD          MORGAN      LEIGH            W/F     29        DTF    TRAFFICKING IN METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM IN THE COMMISSION OF A FELONY, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ.

PRICE WILLIAM      NICHOLAS   W/M    34        OFFICER AGREDANO       TERRORISTIC THREATS AND ACTS

CAMPBELL   BOBBIE         MICHELLE    W/F     42        OFFICER AVANS    PROBATION VIOLATION- MISDEMEANOR

RUSSELL       FRANK          RONNIE         W/M    23        OFFICER CARETHERS       PROBATION VIOLATION – MISDEMEANOR

BRITTON       BRENDA       ANN   W/F     63        OFFICER BROWN   PROBATION VIOLATIONI- FELONY

ABBOTT        ELBERT         DARYL          W/M    49        PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION- FELONY

ROBBINS      JENNIFER     TIFFANY       W/F     38        OFFICER COKER     THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING- MISDEMEANOR

 

LUSK JEREMY        LEVI   W/M    29        OFFICER WOOTEN THEFT BY TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE (F), CRIMINAL TRESSPASS, THEFT BY BRINGING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO STATE, IMPROPER TRANSFER OF LICENSES PLATE

DAVIS           JAMES           MICHAEL      W/M    40        ***      RETURN FROM CATOOSA COUNTY

LEAVITT       JAMES           KEVIN           W/M    25        ***      RETURN FROM CATOOSA COUNTY

WATSON       DAVID           PAT    W/M    49        ***      RETURN FROM CATOOSA COUNTY

EPPS   KEITH            DEVORE        B/M     24        OFFICER WILSON   POSSESSION OF METH, DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSES ON PERSON, HEADLIGHT REQUIREMENT

PETREE          JACQUELINE           LANNA          W/F     47        OFFICER MAYNOR            PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

PHILLIPS       DAKOTA       WAYNE         W/M    22        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

CONN JEREMY        ALLEN           W/M    34        OFFICER MILLER    PROBATION VIOLATION (F)

WELLS           AURORA       TAFT  B/F      22        OFFICER PERKINS WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER (M)

 

KILGORE      RANDAL       JAMES           W/M    25        OFFICER PERKINS DUI (REFUSAL)

GREENWOOD          SHELBY        LYNN W/F     17        OFFICER CARTER   FAILURE TO OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED

HARRIS         MICHAEL      LEBRON        B/M     64        OFFICER FORREST EXPIRED LICENSES PLATE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE

WILKEY        SCOTT           EDWARD      W/M    36        OFFICER FORREST THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING (M), FAILURE TO APPEAR (M) X2, EXPIRED LICENSES PLATE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED, NO INSURANCE

KINSEY         JAMES           RANDALL     W/M    64        CAMPBELL LPD      WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER (M)

RICHARDS   CRYSTAL      NOEL W/F     29        OFFICER KELLEY   FAILURE TO APPEAR (M), EXPIRED LICENCES PLATE, DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED

ROSALES      ERICSON       NOE    H/M    19        PERRY RPD  NEW RESIDENT HAS 30 DAYS TO REGISTER VEHICLE, DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID LICENSES (M), NO INSURANCE, TEXTING WHILE DRIVING

HEIN  ERICA            ANGELICA   W/F     43        OFFICER SAVAGE  SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA)

TRANTHAM ALEXIS          FRAZIER       W/F     31        OFFICER HENSLEY            FAILURE TO APPEAR (M), DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

FARLOW       RICHARD      ALLAN          W/M    50        OFFICER EVANS     DUI (REFUSAL)

JOHNSON     SHANNON    LEE     W/F     38        OFFICER DAFFRON           WILLFUL OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

PIERCE          MICHAEL      DALEN          W/M    51        OFFICER HICKS      VIOLATE A FAMILY VIOLENCE ORDER

 

KENDRICKS ANDRE          TERIMAINE  B/M     37        OFFICER CARTER   NEW RESIDENT HAS 30 DAYS TO REGISTER VEHICLE, DRIVING WHILE LICENES SUSPENDED, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE, FAILURE TO STOP AT STOP SIGN

THOMPSON JAMES           CLAY W/M    22        OFFICER CARTER   DUI (LESS SAFE), FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE

SUBJECT       KIMBERLY   JO       W/F     39        OFFICER FOREST   FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE, EXPIRED DRIVERS LICENSE, SPEEDING

CROWDER    JUSTIN          HEATH          W/M    36        OFFICER DENNY    DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED OR REVOKED

HAMILTON  DAVID           LLOYD          W/M    38        OFFICER DAFFRON           DRIVING WHILE LICENSES SUSPENDED OR REVOKED (3RD OFFENSE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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