Latest Hamilton County Jail Booking Report

Monday, June 11, 2018

Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County:

BERGHEIMER, MICHAEL 
525 ACORN COURT CHATTANOOGA, 37415 
Age at Arrest: 37 years old
Arresting Agency: 
PUBLIC INTOXICATION
DISORDERLY CONDUCT
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BURKE, NICKALUS 

Age at Arrest: 38 years old
Arresting Agency: 
Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)
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GONZALEZ VEGA, ROGELIO 
2958 ARDEN RIDGE TRAIL SUWANEE, 30024 
Age at Arrest: 27 years old
Arresting Agency: 
DRIVERS TO EXERCISE DUE CARE
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
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JULY, MARISHA 
 
Age at Arrest: 34 years old
Arresting Agency: 
PUBLIC INTOXICATON

Here are the mug shots:

BERGHEIMER, MICHAEL
Age at Arrest: 37
Date of Birth: 08/17/1980
Arresting Agency:

Last Date of Arrest: 06/10/2018
Charge(s):
  • PUBLIC INTOXICATION
  • DISORDERLY CONDUCT
BURKE, NICKALUS
Age at Arrest: 38
Date of Birth: 01/25/1980
Arresting Agency:

Last Date of Arrest: 06/10/2018
Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)
GONZALEZ VEGA, ROGELIO
Age at Arrest: 27
Date of Birth: 06/10/2000
Arresting Agency:

Last Date of Arrest: 06/10/2018
Charge(s):
  • DRIVERS TO EXERCISE DUE CARE
  • DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
JULY, MARISHA
Age at Arrest: 34
Date of Birth: 02/20/1984
Arresting Agency:

Last Date of Arrest: 06/10/2018
Charge(s):
  • PUBLIC INTOXICATON



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