Dade County Arrest Report For Sept. 21-26

Monday, October 1, 2012


Here is the Dade County arrest report for Sept. 21-26:


BLACK, BRANDON TODD

232 WELLS RD, TRENTON, GA 30752

26

 

 

DAVIS, JARRETT HUNTER

525 VULCAN DR, RISING FAWN, GA 30738

19

 

 

DAVIS, JARRETT HUNTER

525 VULCAN DR, RISING FAWN, GA 30738

19

 

 

GASS, JULIE ANDREA

79 FORD DR, TRENTON, GA 30752

33

 

 

GOUGER, DAVID ALLEN

169 GOUGER LANE, WHITESIDE , TN

M

 

 

 

37396

58

 

 

HOOKS, NEIL HUNTER

725 SCRATCH ANKLE RD, TRENTON , GA

M

 

 

 

30752

27

 

 

HOOPER, ROBERT ALAN

1835 FARRIS RD , CHATTANOOGA, TN

M

 

 

 

37421

50

 

 

HORTON, BRANDON KYLE

231 CO RD 500, FLAT ROCK, AL 35979

26

 

 

HORTON, BRANDON KYLE

231 CO RD 500, FLAT ROCK, AL 35966

26

 

 

HURST, STEVE

2717 ROSSVILLE BLV, CHATTANOOGA,

M

 

 

 

TN 37404

51

 

 

LAMBERT, ANTHONY KEITH

440 CO RD 732, HENEGAR, AL 79381

51

 

 

NATALIZIA, AUDREY ELAINE

61 WALNUT AVENUE, TRENTON, GA

F

 

 

 

30752

52

 

 

RAY, THOMAS SHAYNE

1095 COUNTY ROAD 116, FORT PAYNE,

M

 

 

 

AL 35968

40

 

 

ROGERS, WILLIAM ALFRED

68 WISPERING PINES , SIGNAL MTN, TN

M

 

 

 

37377

41

 

 

TOMLIN, CHERYL DIANNE

248 CO RD 736, VALLEY HEAD, AL 35989

53

 

 

TOMLIN, CHERYL DIANNE

248 CO RD 736, VALLEY HEAD, AL 35989

53

 

 

TOMLIN, CHERYL DIANNE

248 CO RD 736, VALLEY HEAD, AL 35989

53

 

 

WOODS, MONTE DEWAYNE

4012 6TH AVE APT 4012, CHATTANOOGA,

M

 

 

 

TN 37407

22

 

 

WOOTEN, DUSTIN SCOTT

75 GLENBROOK DR, TRENTON, GA 30752

21

 

 

WOOTEN, DUSTIN SCOTT

75 GLENBROOK DR, TRENTON, GA 30752

21

 


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