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November 12, 2011

Area arrests

• Vernon Eugene Forrest, 52, 321 Jacob’s Ave., Bridgeport, Ala., was charged Thursday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with obstruction of an officer, interference with a 911 call, discharging a firearm while under the influence, simple battery, false imprisonment, reckless conduct, open container in vehicle and DUI.

• Adolfo Fraire, 29, 1404 E. Morris St., Dalton, was placed on hold Thursday at the Whitfield County jail by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

• Kimberly Kay Hawkins, 39, 421 Blue Jay Parkway, Ringgold, was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act (obtaining a controlled substance by fraudulent means).

• Christopher Dean Huckeby, 37, 2925 Leonard Bridge Road, Chatsworth, was charged Thursday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with being a fugitive from justice.

• Andrew Heath Marcus, 18, 4050 Cleveland Highway, Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

• Alejandro Huerta Orozco, 28, 100 Glenwood Ave., Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with terroristic threats and acts and aggravated stalking.

• Irving Dewayne Rich, 43, 119 Congress Way, Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with felony theft by taking and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

• Allison Lee Smith, 23, 1311 Airport Road, Trion, was charged Thursday by the Georgia State Patrol with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

• Montrez Davon Wooten, 23, 822 Shugart Road, Apt. A-3, Dalton, was charged Thursday by the Dalton Police Department with aggravated stalking.

• Robert Merville Turner, 34, 145 Brookwood Drive, Sugar Valley, was charged Friday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with DUI, failure to maintain lane and open container violation.

• Monica Morena-Chavez, 30, 1014 Centennial Parkway, Dalton, was charged Friday by the Georgia State Patrol with DUI, too fast for conditions, reckless driving, hit and run and following too closely.

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