Latest County Jail Booking Reports

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

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

Hamilton County:

AICHELE, JOSHUA ALAN 621 MEMORUIAL DR APT 1215
CHATTANOOGA, 37415 24 Red Bank

    DRIVING ON REVOKED FOR DUI

ATKINS, VAN WILLIAM 2507 VANCE AVENUE
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 19 Chattanooga

    DOMESTIC ASSAULT

BATTLE, JAMICHAEL ANTWON 8807 LAKE VILLA LANE
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 23 Hamilton County

    HARASSMENT (DOM)

BEAN, LESLIE LIGE 156 AC ROBINSON LN
DAYTON, 37321 19 Soddy Daisy

    SHOPLIFTING
    SHOPLIFTING

BREWER, DAMIEN 1157 CHIPPEWAH DR
CHATTANOOGA, 20 Chattanooga

    FELONY POSS OF MARIJUANA
    SPEEDING
    FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
    POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

BURKS, KEVIN DWAYNE 1807 NEWELL AVENUE
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 46 Chattanooga

    ASSAULT

COBB, FARAD MUHAMMAD 818 UNIVERSITY ST
CHATTANOOGA, 37403 19 Chattanooga

    DRINKING UNDER AGE
    DISORDERLY CONDUCT

COPE, DIAMOND DIXIE 5009 7TH AVE
CHATTANOOGA, 37402 20 Chattanooga

    THEFT OF PROPERTY

DENTON, JOHN TIMOTHY RT2 POE RD
DUNLAP, 37327 52 Hamilton County

    DOMESTIC ASSAULT
    DOMESTIC ASSAULT

ELKINS, ANGELA BLANCHE 5043 ELLER ROAD
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 42 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE BY CONSENT

FERMIC, LEMANA 818 N VALLEY WOOD CIR
HIXSON, 373430000 24 Hamilton County

    INDECENT EXPOSURE

FISHER, PHILLIP RANDALL 858 PONDEROSA DR
SODDY DAISY, 37379 50 Hamilton County

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

GADDIS, JAMES MARVIN 1519 OLD CHATTANOOGA PIKE
CLEVELAND, 37311 41 Hamilton County

    Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

GOSNELL, DAVID SCOTT 76 KRISTEN DR
CHICKAMAUGA, 30707 46 Red Bank

    DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE

GRISBY, MARCUS TERRELL 127 GOODSON AVE APT 23
CHATTANOOGA, 37403 21 Chattanooga

    THEFT UNDER $500

HENDERSON, DANNY WAYNE 5023 ELLER RD
CHATTANOOGA, 37405 53 Tenn Highway Patrol

    DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
    DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE

JACKSON, KENYETTA M 715 WEST HENDERSON DRIVE
CHATTANOOGA, 37411 24 Hamilton County

    POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

JONES, DOMINIQUE AKEEM 640 EAST CREST ROAD APT 4
CHATTANOOGA, 37404 22 Hamilton County

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

LEMING, JOSEPH CLYDE 109 ANDREWS STREET
ROSSVILLE, 30707 45 Chattanooga

    VIOLATION OF PROBATION (DUI - 1ST OFFENSE)
    VIOLATION OF PROBATION (CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION)

LEWIS, ALEXIS BOYNTON 119 EAST 19TH STREET APT A
CHATTANOOGA, 37408 51 Chattanooga

    POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

MCINTOSH, SOPHIA ROCHELLE 450 GRAYSVILLE ROAD
SALE CREEK, 37373 29 Chattanooga

    THEFT UNDER $500
    CRIMINAL TRESPASSING

MCKENZIE, SHANIQUA AYESHA 818 UNIVERSITY STREET APT 3137
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 19 Chattanooga

    THEFT UNDER $500

MURPHY, HULEN MARVIN 10 TH AVE PO BX 4505
CHATTANOOGA, 37408 66 Hamilton County

    PUBLIC INTOXICATION

PATRICK, ASHLEY M 7903 HANCOCK ROAD
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 31 Hamilton County

    LEAVING SCENE OF ACCIDENT W/DAMAGE TO VEHICLE

RIDER, MATTHEW THOMAS 20 MASON DRIVE APT 820
CHATTANOOGA, 37405 20 Red Bank

    POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
    POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

ROBINSON, CRIMSON 1110 BUNKER RIDGE TRAIL
SODDY DAISY, 37379 19 Hamilton County

    DRINKING UNDER AGE/SELL ALCOHOL TO MINOR

SHRUM, TIMOTHY ADAM 220 BAPTIST HILL LOOP
JASPER, 37347 28 Chattanooga

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT (DOMESTIC)

SIMMONS, JAHNESHA 818 UNIVERSITY STREET APT 3137
CHATTANOOGA, 37403 20 Chattanooga

    THEFT UNDER $500

SOLOMON, ANGELA GWEN 1 EAST 11TH ST APT 716
CHATTANOOGA, 37402 36 Chattanooga

    CRIMINAL TRESPASSING

TOMLINSON, ADAM WAYNE 322 B CAMP JORDAN RD
EAST RIDGE, 37412 34 Chattanooga

    Booked for Previous Charges or Other Reason(s)

WALKER, DOMINIQUE LUVIEVE 1711 ARLINGTON AVE APT B
CHATTANOOGA, 37406 20 Chattanooga

    AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

WEHUNT, KIMBERLY ANN 8952 HARRISON ROAD
HARRISON, 37341 34 Chattanooga

    LIGHT LAW VIOLATION
    REGISTRATION, IMPROPER DISPLAY OF PLATES
    DRUGS GENERAL CATEGORY FOR RESALE
    POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

WHITE, JAMEY MICHAEL 5817 HWY 27
CHATTANOOGA, 37405 26 Chattanooga

    POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
    DRUGS GENERAL CATEGORY FOR RESALE
    RECKLESS DRIVING
    EVADING ARREST
    POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

WILSON, MEGAN A 13715 GAMBLE RD
GEORGETOWN, 37336 29 Chattanooga

    PUBLIC INTOXICATION
    RESISTING ARREST OR OBSTRUCTION OF LEGAL PROCESS

WITHEROW, DERRICK LEJUAN 4458 NORCROSS LANE APT A
CHATTANOOGA, 37416 22 Chattanooga

    POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA

WOODLEY, JOHNNY LEE 1 EAST 11TH STREET A14
CHATTANOOGA, 37402 27 Chattanooga

    THEFT OF PROPERTY
    DRIVING ON REVOKED, SUSPENDED OR CANCELLED LICENSE
    CRIMINAL TRESPASSING


Walker County:

SCOTT JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER W/M 40 Officer HILL AGG.

STALKING
FITTS KEVIN LAMONTE B/M 35 Officer SIMPSON SUSP. LICENSE/NO INSURANCE/ EXPIRED TAG
WELLS LYDIA DENIESE W/F 45 Officer MORRIS SUSP. LICENSE/ NO BRAKE LIGHT
VENABLE AMBER MARIE W/F 33 Officer GILLELAND RETURN FROM DENIST
JONES JEFFERY LEE W/M 23 Officer LASS RETURN FROM DENIST
UVALLE JULIAN JOSEPH W/M 24 Officer LASS RETURN FROM DENIST
MORRISON DAVID EUGENE W/M 47 Officer LASS RETURN FROM DENIST
COFFMAN TOBY TYLER W/M 22 Officer LASS RETURN FROM DENIST
SKELTON BRANDON JERMAINE W/M 25 Officer LASS RETURN FROM DENIST
MCCARTER WILLIAM DAVID LOGAN W/M 18 Officer BROWN AGG. ASSAULT
MURPHY ALISHELLA RENA B/F 36 Officer TATE SUSP. LICENST
NEITO JASON ARTHUR W/M 21 Officer TERRY (M) PROBATION VIOLATION
FIFE JIMMY NORRIS B/M 43 Officer RAILEY HOLD FOR TRANSPORT ON 01/22/13
BRUMLOW JOEL SIDNEY W/M 22 Officer RAILEY HOLD FOR TRANSPORT ON 01/22/13
MCKENNA JAMES EDWARD W/M 19 Officer HICKS RETURN FROM CITY COURT


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