Local News

January 19, 2013

Area arrests

Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the crimes listed in Area Arrests, or if the charges have been dropped. To notify a reporter, call (706) 272-7714 and be prepared to provide documentation.

• Melvin Leroy Duncan, 61, 75 Laferry Lane, Ringgold, was charged Thursday by the Dalton Police Department with loitering/prowling, three counts of theft by taking, possession of tools for the commission of crime (burglary) and criminal attempt to commit a misdemeanor.

• Marlene Georgette Eaker, 45, 129 Cantrell Terrace, Tunnel Hill, was charged Thursday by the Tunnel Hill Police Department with unlawful for inmate to possess controlled substance and possession of meth.

• Roger Garcia, 18, 182 Tommy Drive, Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with felony probation violation and was placed on hold for the Department of Juvenile Justice.

• Danny Carl Pack, 52, 402 N. Lakeshore Drive, Tunnel Hill, was charged Thursday by the Tunnel Hill Police Department with unlawful for inmate to possess a controlled substance and possession of meth.

• Eugene Westphal Robbins, 38, 814 N. Bragg Ave., Lookout Mountain, Tenn., was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with DUI, an open container violation and failure to maintain lane.

• Christopher Dale Rowell, 30, 3159 Circleview Drive, Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with two counts of sale of or intent to sell marijuana and a headlights violation.

• Isabelle Yolanda Seay, 31, 4196 Brown Bridge Road, Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with sale of meth.

• Daniel Keith McTaggart, 20, 980 Townsend Lane, Tunnel Hill, was charged Thursday by the Georgia State Patrol with DUI (drugs).

• Mathew Louis Coker, 22, 4485 Cohutta Varnell Road, Cohutta, was charged Friday by the Georgia State Patrol with DUI (drugs).

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