Just Busted mugshots are mugshots published in the Just Busted News, a weekly crime newspaper for the Chattanooga and Memphis area. Other cities and communities have their own mugshot magazines and websites, such as the Twin Cities' Busted Magazine.Know More
The September 2014 print issue of Just Busted News features local mugshots on the cover, along with the words “Know Your Neighbor!!!” and “Look Who’s in Jail.” The community crime newspaper focuses on local crime stories, crime stoppers, rewards, most wanted criminals, sex offenders and more.
Print issues of Just Busted News are sold for $1, but online versions are available to subscribers on the Just Busted News website (JustBustedNews.com). Subscribers must have a username and password to view current issues and archives.Learn more about Public Records
The West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority's website, RJA.WV.gov, offers an inmate search feature that displays inmate mugshots. To perform a search, the inmate's last name is required, but the first name is optional.Full Answer >
Juvenile mug shots cannot be found online because juvenile records are not available to the general public, according to the Reporters Committee. A juvenile record is available only to the defendant, his parents or guardians, law enforcement and to individuals directly involved in the specific case the records pertain to.Full Answer >
Arrest information, including mug shots, is not necessarily public record. However, most states keep an online database of people in their penal system that includes a mug shot and basic identifying information available as free public records.Full Answer >
Tybee Island, Ga., is the closest beach to Chattanooga, Tenn., at a distance of just over 383 miles. Hilton Head Island, S.C. is a close second at 398 miles. Panama City is the closest Gulf Coast beach at 405 miles, which takes about seven hours in driving time.Full Answer >