51 new Mugshots from Hamilton County
151758 total Bookings* | Arrestees are innocent until proven guilty
Barbara Anne Wright
10/17/2019
Omerrieal Dywane Woods
10/17/2019
Michael Dewayen Woodley
10/17/2019
Ruben Tywane Williams
10/17/2019
Search by Name and/or Date*
First:   Last:   Book Date: mm/dd/yyyy 
*The information presented here as a public service is gathered from open county sheriff's web sites in the Chattanooga area. The booking mug shots and related information are from arrest records in the order and at the time the data was collected. The people shown on this page have not been convicted of these crimes and should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. If charges are dismissed or reduced or the accused is found not guilty, people listed here can contact the Times Free Press at webeditor@timesfreepress.com and provide us with documentation. Your name and mug shot then will be removed from this site in 3-5 business days. Booking info is since 09/01/2010.
Chattanooga City Shootings 2019

*Bolded address are Homicides.

3200 Wilcox Blvd., Chattanooga TN (select)
2000 E. 23rd Street, Chattanooga TN (select)
1109 Grove Street, Chattanooga TN (select)
1050 Bailey Avenue, Chattanooga TN (select)
2000 Cleveland Avenue, Chattanooga TN (select)
909 Dodson Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
4900 Edingburg Drive, Chattanooga TN (select)
600 block of Kinser Circle, Chattanooga TN (select)
Chattanooga TN (select)
4900 Jeffrey Lane, Chattanooga TN (select)
5008 14th Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
3100 Dodds Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
1903 Garfield St., Chattanooga TN (select)
4300 Dodds Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
5008 14th Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
1520 Dodson Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
5730 Lee Highway, Chattanooga TN (select)
600 Tunnel Blvd., Chattanooga TN (select)
3825 Hixson Pike, Chattanooga TN (select)
275 W. 38th St., Chattanooga TN (select)
1428 Grove St., Chattanooga (select)
Chattanooga, TN (select)
3649 Brainerd Road, Chattanooga TN (select)
Exit 180 I-24 West, Chattanooga TN (select)
1900 E. 25th St. Pl., Chattanooga TN (select)
700 W. Main St. Ct., Chattanooga TN (select)
1400 South Holly St., Chattanooga TN (select)
2500 S. Orchard Knob Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
2000 Anderson Ave., Chattanooga TN (select)
Ivy and Kilmer Sts., Chattanooga TN (select)
*Not all shootings are listed above. Those missing did not have sufficient info to be marked on the map.
Resources
Access to state and local public records
Tennessee Coalition for Open Government
TCOGThe Tennessee Coalition for Open Government offers help in making a public records requests. Its website includes a sample request, as well as other information on open records, exemptions and fees.
www.tcog.info

Citizens have a right to see and photocopy documents and records of government agencies, unless they are specifically exempted from disclosure under the law. A request to inspect or copy records may be made either orally or in writing. For purposes of documenting and clarifying the scope and timing of the request, it is a better practice to make the request in writing. An Open Records Request should be made directly to the custodian of the records that are sought.

If a government agency or officials withhold a public document from public inspection, they must cite the provision of law that exempts the record from being produced.

* The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press offers help to file a records request from local agencies.
http://www.rcfp.org/foialetter/index.php?op=foia

Tennessee
Tennessee's Public Records Law provides that government documents shall at all times, during business hours, be open for personal inspection by any citizen of Tennessee, and those in charge of such records shall not refuse such right of inspection to any citizen, unless otherwise provided by state law. Tennessee has more than 200 exemptions to its open records laws, however.

* Find out how to get records and make a request in Tennessee:
http://www.comptroller1.state.tn.us/
openrecords/forms.asp


* Requests from the city of Chattanooga may be filed at:
http://www.chattanooga.gov/Mayors_Office/
MayorsOffice_ TennesseeOpenRecordsRequest.htm


Georgia
Under Georgia law, public record includes all documents, papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, photographs, computer based or generated information, or similar material prepared and maintained or received in the course of the operation of a public office or agency. It does not include any computer program or computer software used or maintained by a public office or agency, however.

* Find out more about how to request Georgia records at:
http://www.sos.georgia.gov/archives/
who_are_we/rims/best_practices_resources/
open_records_act.htm
Sample federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) letter
Here is a sample federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) letter to use in obtaining public documents. Just fill in the information below and print it out. Submit it to the federal government agency from which you are seeking public records. (Sample Letter)
Sample State Public Records Letter
Here is a sample letter to use in obtaining public documents from local and state agencies. Just fill in the information below and print it out. Submit it to the government agency from which you are seeking public records.(Sample Letter)
State agency links
Contact Your Legislator
Federal Inspector General
Federal agencies
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) provides that any person has the right of access to federal agency records or information. The law requires that the government ( not the public) substantiate why information may not be released.

The federal FOIA does not provide access to records held by the judiciary or Congress and includes nine major areas of exemption.

* A sample letter to request information from federal agencies is available at:
http://www.fas.usda.gov/info/FOIA/sample.html

* Find out more about FOIA requests at:
http://www.justice.gov/oip/
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