Latest County Jail Booking Report

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Here is the latest county jail booking report:

ACUFF, EVA LOREDA MAE 701 MORRISON SPRINGS ROAD APT 4015 D
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 22 Chattanooga CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

ADKINS, TAMMIE L 3852 SOUTH QUAIL LANE
CHATTANOOGA, 37415 42 Hamilton County FAILURE TO APPEAR

ARMOUR, CORDARRIUS JERONELL 1702 BRADT
CHATTANOOGA, 37406 22 Chattanooga DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE

ATWOOD, MICHAEL STEVEN HOMELESS


CHATTANOOGA, 37402 48 Chattanooga CRIMINAL TRESPASSING

BATES, STEVEN LAMAR 11096 CANYON CIR
SODDY DAISY, 37379 42 Hamilton County DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

BEAN, KATIE SCARLETT 1545 ESSIE LANE
SODDY DAISY, 37379 27 Chattanooga THEFT OVER $500

BEMBRY, KACY MI KAYLE 632 VALLEY BRIDGE ROAD
CHATTANOOGA, 37415 20 Chattanooga AGGRAVATED BURGLARY (OCCUPIED HABITATION)
THEFT OVER $500

BRAINERD, MICHAEL ANDREW 6703 SAWTOOTH DRIVE
OOLTEWAH, 37363 18 Hamilton County POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

BUSH, KEDRICK DEONTAE 3703 HOYT ST
CHATTANOOGA, 37411 22 Chattanooga UNL. CARRYING OR POSSESSING WEAPON

CRUTCHER, TERELLA RENA 610 SPEARS AVENUE
CHATTANOOGA, 37405 22 Chattanooga CRIMINAL TRESPASSING

DAVIS, COURTNEY L 4827 JERSEY PK #404
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 20 Hamilton County ASSAULT

DUNLAP, CLEOMON ALEXANDER 959 BOYTEN TER.
CHATTANOOGA, 37407 39 Chattanooga THEFT UNDER $500

DURHAM, JOCELYN MARIE 1664 GREENDALE WAY APT 332
HIXSON, 37343 24 Chattanooga DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE

HADEN, COREY ANTOINE 113 GOODSON AVE APT 13
RED BANK, 37405 21 Chattanooga CRIMINAL TRESPASSING
RESISTING ARREST OR OBSTRUCTION OFLEGAL PROCESS

HOLLEY, KIONDRIA RENISE 4827 JERSEY PIKE APP 909
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 24 Chattanooga Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

IZARA, NORMAN ELISEO 1910 31ST STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37407 21 East Ridge FAILURE TO APPEAR

KINAMORE, DEMETRIUS SHAUN 2608 GLASS STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37408 26 Chattanooga Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

LOCKLIN, REGINALD RAY 2018 NORTH HICKORY STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37406 34 Dept of Conservation DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE

MCCAIN, MILTON M 727 E 11TH ST
CHATTANOOGA, 37403 61 Chattanooga THEFT UNDER $500

MOFFETT, ANTHONY WAYNE 2841 NEW JERSEY AVE
CHATTANOOGA, 37406 48 Chattanooga DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE

MONAUGAN, HOWARD 727 E 11TH ST
CHATTANOOGA, 37403 49 Chattanooga DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE

PARKER, MICHAEL HARRIS 700 OUTLOOK LANE
CHATTANOOGA, 37419 26 Hamilton County NO FIRE EXTINGUISHER
VIOLATION OF BOATING RULES & REGULATIONS
RECKLESS OPERATION OF BOAT/VESSEL/SKI

RICKS, LYNDALE A 1909 SOUTH WILLOW
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 23 Chattanooga DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE

ROGERS, JAMES ANTHONY 9326 OOLTEWAH GEORGETOWN RD
OOLTEWAH, 37363 53 Hamilton County POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

SALES, CHARLESTON DEMOND 2507 KIRBY AVE
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 23 Chattanooga Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

SMITH, JAYSON ALLEN 57 GLEN EDEN WAY
LAFAYETTE, 30728 31 Hamilton County DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE

SPEARS, LAWANDA 3617 4TH AV
CHATTANOOGA, 37407 42 Chattanooga THEFT OF PROPERTY

STANCEL, MARCY REBECCA 3391 BROMLEY LANE
CHATTANOOGA, 30719 39 Hamilton County DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE

SUMMERS, KANDI LYNN 15 W MEADOWBROOK DR APT 2
CHATTANOOGA, 37415 36 Red Bank CONTEMPT OF COURT

SUTTLES, WEBSTER LEE 2611 EAST 14TH STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 374040000 65 Chattanooga DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE

TUCKER, FREDERICK DEWANE 822 HOOKER RD
CHATTANOOGA, 37408 19 Chattanooga DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE

WATTERS, DARNELL E 1203 TUNNEL BLV
CHATTANOOGA, 37411 20 Chattanooga FAILURE TO APPEAR

WHITE, MICHAEL JAMES 4715 BONNY OAKS DRIVE APT #221
CHATTANOOGA, 37411 56 Chattanooga DRIVING ON REVOKED LICENSE

WOODRUFF, YUSEEF JAHA 4310 HOWELL AVE
CHATTANOOGA, 37411 33 Hamilton County CONTEMPT OF COURT


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