Latest County Jail Booking Reports

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Here are the latest jail booking reports from Hamilton and Walker Counties:

Hamilton County:

ADKINS, STEVEN RYAN 912 N CHATTANOOGA ST
LAFAYETTE, 30728 32 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

ARNETT, ANDREW LEE 3919 ZINNIA STREET APT 775
CHATTANOOGA, 37421 27 Hamilton County

    Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

BOLSTER, MICHELLE LEE 254 PINE STREET
RINGGOLD, 30736 42 Chattanooga

    DISORDERLY CONDUCT

BROWN, ALVIN 817 48TH ST
CHATTANOOGA, 37410 36 Chattanooga

    CRIMINAL TRESPASSING

CHUN, JUSTO M 2009 SOUTH ORHCARD KNOB
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 23 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

CLARK, DAISY ANN 10090 GORDAN ST APT A
SODDY DAISY, 37379 38 Chattanooga

    THEFT UNDER 500

COOK, MARK 295 HUNTER LANE
RINGGOLD, 30736 41 Hamilton County

    VIOLATION OF PROBATION (DOMESTIC ASSAULT)
    DOMESTIC ASSAULT

DAVIS, FLOYD 47 WEST 21ST STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37408 22 Chattanooga

    PUBLIC INTOXICATION

DENTON, CHARLES BRIAN 3908 BIRMINGHAM AVE
HIXSON, 37343 44 Chattanooga

    DOMESTIC ASSAULT

DULANEY, ALBERT F 358 MALEY HOLLOW ROAD
DAYTON, 37321 60

    DOMESTIC ASSAULT
    INTERFERENCE WITH EMERGENCY CALLS

EASTERLY, BLAKE NICHOLAS 115 CALIFORNIA AVENUE
CHATTANOOGA, 37415 21 Red Bank

    CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR

FISH, JOSEPH HARVEY 193 DAMEY DRIVE
JASPER, 37347 27 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

FORESTER, LARRY FRANKLIN 15220 SLAB TOWN
SALE CREEK, 37373 24 Hamilton County

    VIOLATION OF PROBATION(AGGRAVATED CRIMINAL TRESSPA
    FAILURE TO APPEAR

FRENCH, KRISTEN GAIL 76 SUNSET DRIVE
DUNLAP, 37327 19 Chattanooga

    THEFT OF PROPERTY OVER 500

GIBSON, MICHAEL ANTHONY 176 BEENE ST
SODDY DAISY, 37379 33 Chattanooga

    PUBLIC INTOXICATION

GILES, CARMEN CHAUNTAY 2113 FOUST STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 33 Chattanooga

    THEFT UNDER $500

HUDSON, JEANFRANCO FRANCOIS 2218 EAST 27TH STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37407 21 Hamilton County

    Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

JACKSON, AISHA JESHON 3824 MONTVIEW DR APT 1
CHATTANOOGA, 37411 19 Chattanooga

    DOMESTIC ASSAULT
    VANDALISM/MALICIOUS MISCHIEF

JOHNS, DICK WILLIAMS 6708 GRAZING LANE
BIRCHWOOD, 37308 32 Chattanooga

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
    IMPROPER BACKING OF VEHICLE

KING, BRICARA SHAQUELL 2611 EAST 19TH STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 20 Hamilton County

    Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

LEFTWICH, MARCUS LEBRON 4709 ENTERPRISE LN
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 51 Chattanooga

    PASSING WORTHLESS CHECK(S)

LOPEZ, ISRAEL 2110 EAST 13TH STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 34 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

LOPEZ, WILLIAM MISAEL 302 DUNLAP AVENUE APT 25
EAST RIDGE, 37412 26 East Ridge

    FALSE REPORTS
    LEAVING SCENE ACCIDENT DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY
    DRIVING WITHOUT DRIVERS LICENSE / EXPIRED LICENSE

LUNDY, HORACE EDWARD 4789 FORRESTWOOD LN APT B
HIXSON, 37343 32 Hamilton County

    VIOLATION OF SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY

LYTAL, STEPHEN SCOTT UNKNOWN AFFORDABLE AUTO SALES LOCATION
CHATTANOOGA, 60 Chattanooga

    PUBLIC INTOXICATION

MARQUIS, JOEL DANIEL 115 TIMOTHY DRIVE
RINGGOLD, 30736 25 Chattanooga

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
    FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
    LIGHT LAW VIOLATION
    REGISTRATION, EXPIRED

MARTINEZ, GUILLERMO 245 SUCCESS DRIVE
JASPER, 37347 35 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

MEDLIN, ROBERT A 4115 UNIVERSITY DR
COLLEDGEDALE, 37315 43 Chattanooga

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

MEJILLA-MIGUEL, NOLVIN 2075 CLINGAN DRIVE
CLEVELAND, 37311 30 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

MIDDLETON, TONYA LYNN 6728 ARDIS LN
HIXSON, 37343 39 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

PADGETT, JACOB 1407 6TH STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37311 27 Hamilton County

    FUGITIVE (WALKER CO GEORGIA)

PADRON, LUIS 8117 MOSTEN DRIVE
CHATTANOOGA, 22 Chattanooga

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
    DRIVING WITHOUT DRIVERS LICENSE / EXPIRED LICENSE
    OPEN CONTAINER LAW
    FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
    FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
    SPEEDING

REEVES, JACKIE 1014 LINE STREET
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 20 Chattanooga

    POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
    FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
    LIGHT LAW VIOLATION

RIDER, DAVID WILLIAM HOMELESS
CHATTANOOGA, 39 Chattanooga

    OBSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAY OR OTHER PASSAGEWAY

SALAZAR, RAUL ERNESTO 2911 HAYWOOD AVENUE
CHATTANOOGA, 37415 45 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

SEXTON, CHRISTOPHER SCOTT 9607 BARBEE RD LT 55
SODDY DAISY, 37379 27 Soddy Daisy

    DOMESTIC ASSAULT

SMITH, FREDDIE 37 MASSENGILE LANE
RINGOLD, 30741 49 East Ridge

    Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

WALDEN, MISTY DAWN 116 WHITE RD
HARRIMAN, 37748 34 Hamilton County

    CONTEMPT OF COURT (NON SUPPORT) 29090102

WALLACE, RHONDA DENISE 6134 VANCE CIRCLE
CHATTANOOGA, 37421 26 Soddy Daisy

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

WALSTON, JOHN GILBERT 1440MILLBRO CIR
EAST RIDGE, 37412 37 East Ridge

    DOMESTIC ASSAULT

YOUNG, CANDACE A 6201 LAGUANA DR
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 25 Chattanooga

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
    SPEEDING
    FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
    FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY


Walker County:

DAVIS BRITTANY AUTUMN WF 23 RPD Officer FAILURE TO APPEAR
HICKS DAVID TYLER WM 19 Officer CLARK STATUTORY RAPE (FVA)
MILLICAN JAMAL TYRONE BM 26 Officer WOOTEN RETURN FROM HMC
WATERS PHYLLIS GAIL WF 54 Officer KENDRICK DUI
BRYAN ALEXIS CARA WF 31 Officer CLARK CONTEMPT OF COURT
CORTEZ ROBERT SHANE WM 19 Officer BROOME UNDEAGE CONSOMPTION
DUKES JAMIE RAYMOND WM 45 Officer CASH SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA), FALSE IMPRISONMENT (FVA),  CRIMINAL TRESPASS (FVA), OBSTRUCTING 911 CALL (FVA)
LEE STEVEN WAYNE WM 25 Officer BROWN VGCSA (M), POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II DRUG (F)



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