January 19, 2014

Area arrests


— Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the charges 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.



• Richard Gordon Martin, 66, 1042 Holiday Drive, Crossville, Tenn., was charged Saturday by the Georgia State Patrol with DUI, following too closely and improper lane change or usage.

• Christopher Dewayne Patton, 36, 609 Macon St., Dalton, was charged Saturday by the Dalton Police Department with possession with the intent to distribute meth, possession of a schedule II drug, possession of meth, a probation violation and willful obstruction of law enforcement officers.

• James Wayne Venable, 38, 4313 Polly Road, Dalton, was charged Saturday by the Georgia State Patrol with DUI, speeding, failure to maintain lane, hit and run and failure to report an accident resulting in injury.

• Lori Beth Chattin, 22, 313 Paige St., Dalton, was charged Sunday by the Dalton Police Department with drugs out of original container and possession of a schedule II drug.

• Phillip James Davenport, 38, 139 Thomas Road, Chatsworth, was charged Saturday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with disorderly conduct and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

• Erik David Holguin, 2635 Pinelake Drive, Dalton, was charged Sunday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with DUI, following too closely and a violation of driver’s license.

• Brandon Lee Moore, 29, 429 Davis Road, Chatsworth, was charged Sunday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with obstruction of a law enforcement officer, trafficking meth, reckless driving and fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer.

• Josue Nicolas Paniagua-Hernandez, 18, 808 Park Creek Way, Dalton, was charged Sunday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and possession of alcohol by a minor.

• Richard Oscar Spring, 25, 138 Sonic Drive, Ringgold, was charged Sunday by the Dalton Police Department with theft by receiving stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a schedule II drug, possession with the intent to distribute schedule I or II drug, possession of tools for the commission of a crime and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.