NWGA Scanner | June 23rd, 2022

Wanted Rossville man gives fake name to deputy after calling Catoosa County 911 wanting to turn himself in

According to a Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office incident report, On June 16th, 2022, at 6:15 PM, Deputy Powell responded to an address in reference to a male later identified as Dalton Hunter Owens, 25, of Rossville, that had a valid felony warrant. The Catoosa County Communications Center advised Deputy Powell that Owens had called wanting to turn himself in on the warrant. Deputy Powell asked Owens what his name was. Owens stated that he didn’t know his name. Deputy Powell then asked Owens his name, and he stated that his first name was Dalton but couldn’t remember his last name. Deputy Lewis then asked the Owens’s name, and he stated that his name was Hunter Blevins but wouldn’t be giving his date of birth. Owens then attempted to shut the door on Deputy Powell. Deputy Lewis then went and checked the warrant for a picture of Owen and advised Deputy Powell that the picture matched. Owens refused to step outside and follow verbal commands. Deputy Powell and Deputy Lewis then opened the door and assisted Owens out of the residence. Owens was placed under arrest and transported to the Catoosa County Jail, charged with failure to appear felony and giving a false name/date of birth to law enforcement.