Local News

April 25, 2011

Area Arrests

• Linda Sue Chastain, 49, 1300 Ludie St., Dalton, was charged Saturday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with the sale of illegal drugs.

• Brendan Marcus Alexander Coulter, 21, 1604 Lagenia Court, Dalton, was charged Saturday by the Georgia State Patrol with sale or intent to sale marijuana, possession of marijuana, DUI, possession of tools for the commission of a crime and possession of drug related objects.

• Nancy Lomer Goodman, 40, 2048 Antioch Road, No. 406, Dalton, was charged Saturday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with possession of amphetamine.

• Vanessa Lynn O’Neal, 50, 250 Thompson Drive, Dalton, was charged Saturday by the Dalton Police Department with DUI and open container of alcohol.

• Benito Quiros, 38, 118 S. Green St., Dalton, was charged Saturday by the Dalton Police Department with simple assault, DUI, a felony obstruction of a law enforcement officer, reckless driving and driving on a suspended license.

• Randy Allen Charles Brown, 33, 78 Hawkins Branch Road, Crandall, was charged Sunday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with driving with an expired drivers license, disregarding an officer directing traffic, DUI and fleeing or attempting to elude a law enforcement officer.

• Dale Jerome Carlton, 40, 135 Vess Road, Chatsworth, was charged Sunday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

• Latrenton Resha Peek, 22, 461 Spring Dale Road, Rockmart, was charged Sunday by the Dalton Police Department with aggravated assault and fighting.

• Robin Shantee Woodland, 31, 505 Foxwood St., Dalton, was charged Sunday by the Dalton Police Department with a felony failure to appear.

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