Area Arrests for Nov. 1

Editor's note: The Daily Citizen-News 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. Call (706) 272-7723 and be prepared to provide documentation.

• Nathan Scott Perry, 37, 613 Oxford St., Dalton, was charged Tuesday by the Murray County Sheriff's Office with felony probation violation.

• Amy Charlene Elrod, 34, 4834 Highway 286, Chatsworth, was charged Wednesday by the Chatsworth Police Department with driving while license is suspended or revoked, seat belts violation (adults), improper lane change/failure to maintain lane, open container violation, DUI-less safe and hit and run.

• Amberly Niccole Hancock, 23, 172 Millsap Lane, Rock Spring, was charged Wednesday by the Dalton Police Department with possession of meth, possession and use of drug-related objects and possession of tools for the commission of a crime.

• Andrew Michael Leslie, 34, 506 Parkside Place-81F, Dalton, was charged Wednesday by the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office with financial transaction card fraud.

• Gerald Wayne Obryant Jr., 50, was charged Wednesday by the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office with sale of meth.

• Juan Ricardo Sotelo, 37, 202 West Ave., Dalton, was charged Wednesday by the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office with felony failure to appear.

• Dederick Lamonte Suttles, 26, 1020 W. 37th St.-C206, Chattanooga, was charged Wednesday by the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office with possession of cocaine and fourth-degree forgery (checks).

• Jesse James Wade, 21, 128 Quarter Horse Lane, Tunnel Hill, was charged Wednesday by the Tunnel Hill Police Department with DUI.

• Benjamin Levern Wells, 55, 3225 Underwood Road N.E., Dalton, was charged Wednesday by the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office with possession of meth and possession and use of drug-related objects.

• Zachary Ray Young, 29, 609 S. Thornton Ave.-352, Dalton, was charged Wednesday by the Dalton Police Department with first-degree burglary (forced entry, dwelling), misdemeanor theft by deception and misdemeanor criminal trespass.

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