Walker County Arrest Report For June 12-18

Monday, June 19, 2017

Here is the Walker County arrest report for June 12-18:

FICKEY         RYAN DAVID           W/M    26        Officer HULSEY        DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, HIT AND RUN, FAIL TO REPORT ACCIDENT WITH INJURY

HUDGINS     JOSEPH         DANIEL         W/M    33        Officer SCARBROUGH        SIMPLE ASSAULT – FVA

RAKER, JR    KURT ALLEN           W/M    47        Officer HEAD DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, FAIL OBEY STOP SIGN

TUCKER        ELIZABETH  MICOLE         W/F     37        PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION – F

BROWN         MARCUS       HEATH          W/M    37        Officer JEWELL         THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – M

FORESTER    BRYAN          PATRICK       W/M    48        Officer JEWELL         SIMPLE BATTERY – FVA

YOUNG         JOHNATHAN           DEWAYNE    W/M    34        Officer MILLER         THEFT BY TAKING – F, PROBATION VIOLATION – F

FAULKNER  HANNAH      MARIE           W/M    21        Officer PERRY           OBSTRUCTION – F

JUV    JUV    JUV    ***      ***      Officer BROWN         ***

JUV    JUV    JUV    ***      ***      Officer BROWN         ***

JUV    JUV    JUV    ***      ***      Officer BROWN         ***

KIMBLE         SETH  ALEXANDER           W/M    31        PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION – F

WISHON        SETH  AXLEY          W/M    33        Officer MILLER         AGGRAVATED ASSAULT – OTHER WEAPON

CHARLES      MARLON      KEVIN           B/M     31        Officer CARTER        DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, EXPIRED LICENSE PLATE, NO INSURANCE

 

MOORE         ROCKY          JEROME        W/M    43        Officer DAFFRON    FUGITIVE FROM HAMILTON COUNTY

GODFREY     KRISTEN       BAILEY         W/F     20        Officer WILSON        POSSESSION OF METH, SIMPLE BATTERY – FVA

YOUNCE       LORIE LYNNE          W/F     50        Officer MILLER         THEFT BY CONVERSION – M

VARNELL     TRAVIS         LEBRON        B/M     21        Officer AVANS         RETURN FROM GA REGIONAL

JOHNSON     TIMOTHY     ANDREW      W/M    35        Officer MILLER         POSSESSION OF METH, FAIL TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER, PROBATION VIOLATION – F

RUSSELL       BRADLEY     WARD            W/M    26        Officer MATHIS        DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, FAIL TO OBEY STOP SIGN

TURNER        BREANNA    JANILLE        B/F      24        Officer CARTER        DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, FAIL TO OBEY STOP SIGN, NO INSURANCE

 

MORAN         THOMAS       WILLIAM JR W/M    32        Officer PERKINS       PROBATION VIOLATION- F

SNODGRASS           JONATHAN  TRENT           W/M    22        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION- M

TALLEY         PIERRE          JEROME        B/M     32        Officer COKER          OBSTRUCTION- M

WILSON        STEPHANIE  LEANNE        W/F     31        PROBATION RETURN FROM COURT HEARING

MORTON      VERNON       LEON W/M    57        Officer CLARK          SIMPLE BATTERY- FVA, EXPLOITATION OR INTIMIDATION OF AN ELDERLY PERSON

RIVERS          TIMOHY        LAMAR         B/M     32        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION- F

BURNS          RICKY           WINSTON     W/M    30        Officer MILLER         PROBATION VIOLATION- F

LEWIS            FRANCIS       ANNETTE      W/F     51        PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION- F

HENDERSON           JESSICA        NICOLE         W/F     23        Officer AVANS         PROBATION VIOLATION- F

CROUCH       DARREL        LEBRON        W/M    34        Officer ENGLAND    BATTERY- FVA

WARE            JOSHUA        CLINTON      W/M    31        Officer MILLER         FAILURE TO APPEAR- M

 

GARREN       JEREMY        RYAN W/M    28        Officer DYE   DUI, OPEN CONTAINER

ASHWORTH VICTORIA     ELIZABETH  W/F     25        Officer HUGGINS     DUI

DOTSON       CHRISTOPHER        SHAWN         W/M    31        Officer BETHUNE     RETURN FROM FLOYD MEDICAL CENTER

WOOTEN       REBECCA      MICHELLE    W/F     20        Officer ENGLAND    CRIMINAL TRESPASS, PEDESTRIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE

BALL  JEREMY        ALLEN           W/M    32        Officer HOLLAND    CONTEMPT OF COURT- CIVIL, FAILURE TO APPEAR- M

HOLDEN       NANCY         INGRAM       W/F     41        PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION- F

NELSON        JAMES           DONALD       W/M    79        Officer MILLER         CRIMINAL TRESPASS, PEEPING TOM

JORDAN        JOSHUA        PHILMORE   B/M     28        DTF    POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON x2, POSSESSION OF COCAINE W/ INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, POSSESSION OF A SCH I OR II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE W/ INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, MANUFACTURE, DELIVER, DISTRIBUTE, POSSESS W/ INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, PURCHASE, POSSESS, MANUFACTURE OR SALE OF MARIJUANA

HENLEY        JOHN WILLIAM      W/M    21        Officer HOLLAND    POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN ONE OZ.

SUTTON        TIMOTHY     ASHLEY        W/M    20        Officer TERRY           DRIVING WHILE LICENSE IS SUSPENDED, SPEEDING

HARRISON   ANDREW      SCOTT           W/M    29        Officer SCARBROUGH        BATTERY- FVA

SKYLES         MICKEY        LEWIS            W/M    54        Officer WEBER          DRIVING WHILE LICENSE IS SUSPENDED, HABITUAL VIOLATOR, DUI

KELLEY         BRIAN           THOMAS       B/M     44        Officer WILLIAMSON          DUI, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA LESS THAN ONE OZ., FAILURE TO SIGNAL LANE CHANGE OR TURN

 

HICKS            MICHAEL      LEE     W/M    52        Officer HOUSER       DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, BROKEN TAILLIGHT LENS

WHITT           LEE     STARLING    W/M    21        Officer MULLIS         DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED

HENLEY, JR  JOHN WILLIAM      W/M    21        Officer SCHRADER  POSSESSION MARIJUANA – LESS OZ

BLEVINS       PRESLEY       BROOKE       W/F     26        Officer MAYNOR     FTA – F

DEAN FARON          CHASE           W/M    22        Officer BATTLES      PROBATION VIOLATION – F

DOVER          LISA   KAY   W/F     32        Officer OWENS         OBSTRUCTION – M

RITCHEY       ALLISON       BRIANA        W/F     28        Officer EVANS          POSSESSION OF METH

DUFF ROBERT        EUGENE        W/M    53        Officer PERKINS       DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, SPEEDING

MOORE         AMANDA     MAE   W/F     38        Officer CARTER        POSSESSION OF METH, THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – M, CROSSING GUARD LINE WITH DRUGS

DEAN SHANNON    BLAKE           W/M    45        WALK-IN      HOLD FOR COURT

 

BRAMLETT   MICHAEL      CHAD W/M    43        Officer EVANS          DUI – LESS SAFE, FAIL TO OBEY TRAFFIC LIGHT

PHILLIPS       MATTHEW    TYLER           W/M    26        Officer ALFORD       POSSESSION MARIJUANA – LESS OZ, DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, NO INSURANCE, DUI – DRUGS

SHUMAKE    PAMELA       DENISE          B/F      54        Officer EVANS          DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, DRIVING WRONG SIDE OF ROAD, FAIL TO OBEY STOP SIGN

WOODARD   HANNAH      MADISON     W/F     17        Officer DAFFRON    BATTERY – FVA

 

BRAMLETT   MICHAEL      CHAD W/M    43        Officer EVANS          DUI – LESS SAFE, FAIL TO OBEY TRAFFIC LIGHT

PHILLIPS       MATTHEW    TYLER           W/M    26        Officer ALFORD       POSSESSION MARIJUANA – LESS OZ, DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, NO INSURANCE, DUI – DRUGS

SHUMAKE    PAMELA       DENISE          B/F      54        Officer EVANS          DRIVING LICENSE SUSPENDED/REVOKED, DRIVING WRONG SIDE OF ROAD, FAIL TO OBEY STOP SIGN

WOODARD   HANNAH      MADISON     W/F     17        Officer DAFFRON    BATTERY – FVA

 

ELLISON       CLYDE           LEWIS            W/M    45        Officer PERKINS       FTA – MISD

PARKER        CHRISTOPHER        EUGENE        W/M    29        Officer CAMPBELL  POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION MARIJUANA – LESS OZ

REYNOLDS  HEATHER     MICHELLE    W/F     45        Officer CAMPBELL  POSSESSION OF METH, POSSESSION MARIJUANA – LESS OZ

STINETT        JESSIE            JAMES           W/M    41        Officer MATHIS        THEFT BY TAKING – M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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