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  • Suspect First Name: JOHN
  • Suspect Last Name: THOMAS
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  • Arrest Date: 09-15-2004 12:11:00
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  • Place of Birth: Tennessee
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  • State: Tennessee
  • Total Bond: 470.5
  • Booking Date: 2004-09-15 12:11:00
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Summary

Rhea County Law Enforcement arrested John Thomas on September 15, 2004. The charge against Thomas is MITTIMUS-, a Misdemeanor.  Thomas and all others arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty. To get more information about this arrest, contact one of the local police agencies below: Rhea County Law Enforcement.

DISCLAIMER: Arrest records of John Thomas are public documents for informational purposes only. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty, and publication here does not indicate that John Thomas has committed a criminal offense. This information should not be used to determine John Thomas's eligibility for credit, employment, housing or other business transactions. Contact the law enforcement officials in Tennessee for further information on John Thomas's legal status.

Charges

  • Statute code/Charge: MITTIMUS-
  • Level Misdemeanor
  • Charge: MITTIMUS-
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  • Level: Misdemeanor
  • Bond: Bond 1: 470.5 Bond 2: 0.0
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FAQ

When was John Thomas arrested?

According to Rhea County Law Enforcement, John was arrested on September 15, 2004.

What was John Thomas arrested for?

Thomas John was arrested on charges of MITTIMUS-.

Is this a mug shot of John Thomas?

Unfortunately, a mug shot of John is unavailable at this time. You may contact Rhea County Law Enforcement to request one.

Are any other mug shots of John Thomas available?

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