20-year-old Selwyn-Lee Thompson told police his roommate, Marquis Jackson, assaulted him in the Waffle House parking lot when he refused to immediately take him home. As police investigated and arrested Jackson, they noticed that Thompson seemed extremely intoxicated, noting he was only 20-year-old. They also arrested Thompson, charging him with underage drinking. He admitted to drinking “4-5 beers”.
25-year-old soldier Marquis Jackson is charged with the felony aggravated domestic assault of his roommate, Selwyn-Lee Thompson after police responded to the Waffle House on Ft. Campbell Blvd earlier this month. The roommate says they were both sitting in a vehicle and Jackson asked him to take him home, however, the roommate denied the immediate request. Jackson then reportedly wrapped his arm around the 20-year-old’s throat, assaulting him. Officers noted several injuries consistent with an assault. The roommate was also arrested for underage drinking.
Deputies say Roger Sutton informed them his grandson, 22-year-old Donavan Scott Prewitt, had been arguing with his girlfriend, Rylie Walker, and he observed him hit her in the head multiple times. As Mr. Sutton attempted to stop the assault, he says he was also hit in the head multiple times by Prewitt. After police arrived, Donavan Prewitt was located a short distance away from the residence, walking down the street. He was taken into custody and charged with assault, domestic assault, and violating bond conditions from a prior arrest.
Officers say Amanda Quinn confronted her 22-year-old husband, Jakelin ‘Key’ Freeman, about cheating. She says in response, Freeman punched her twice in her left eye and once in the back of her head. When she stated she was calling 911, Freeman reportedly took her phone and would not return it, and it was still not returned when police made contact with the victim at the home.
29-year-old Marcony Ware was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on an outstanding warrant from July, charging him with theft. The warrant was discovered during a traffic stop, during which he was also charged with an expired registration, no insurance, and driving without a license. The theft charge alleges he stole $80 worth of property from Angela Lawless while at Planet Fitness.
34-year-old Milton Earl Carter is charged with the domestic assault of his girlfriend of three years, Pamela Bartholomai. She says the couple had an argument and he pushed her he had been drinking. She admits to striking him back in self-defense. Deputy John Acree determined Carter to be the primary aggressor and took him into custody.
26-year-old Britteny Jones is charged with the domestic assault of her husband after police say they responded to a 911 about an assault between the couple. Her husband, Ryan Taylor, told police she pushed him and threw items at him during an altercation, and police documented multiple injuries to his face and head. Jones only admitted to “throwing a cup” at him during an argument.
20-year-old Jaylin Marie Asmus Tran is charged with the domestic assault of her husband, Charlie Tran, after police say he picked her up from a party and an argument ensued about infidelity issues as they returned home. She reportedly threw his computer on the ground, threw things at the walls of their apartment, and assaulted him in the head.
23-year-old Nacobie O’Neal Vaughns now faces felony auto burglary and felony fraud charges after police say a victim reported her bank card was stolen from her vehicle on Raven Road earlier this month and shortly after, someone attempted to remove $3,820.00 from her bank card to their CashApp account. Subpoenas to CashApp revealed the account belonged to Nacobie Vaughns, and police swore out the warrants.
Vaughns posted on social media that he was arrested for something he didn’t do. Vaughns has no prior record and had a valid handgun carry permit – until a Judge ordered it to be surrendered as a result of this arrest. He is free on a $20,000 bond.
Read the affidavit – what do you think?
Clarksville Police say 27-year-old Seth Armstrong confessed to “giving in to temptation” and installing a hidden camera in the bathroom of a family friend who he was babysitting for on Tradewinds Terrace. The camera live-streamed images online so he could access the feed.
42-year-old Keller Williams Realtor Venus Owens was booked into the Montgomery County Jail Tuesday on two outstanding warrants, charging her with assault of a husband and wife at the Wilma Rudolph Dollar Tree on December 29th. Court records allege she left the husband bruised after he tried to intervene after she spit on his wife during an argument.
32-year-old Philip Thomas faces multiple charges after first responders pulled him from his crashed vehicle just after 9 p.m. Saturday. He rolled the 2013 GMC pickup after striking a guard rail, according to authorities, who found an open 1.75 L bottle of Maker’s Mark with only 1/4th of the whisky still in the bottle. Thomas, who had urinated on himself, told police had only had “one drink” at a friend’s house earlier.
Clarksville Police responded to Hooka 21 on University Ave and met with security staff Ahmed Murad, who explained that 28-year-old Leighland Fouts was asked to leave the property multiple times and refused to do so. He was reportedly intoxicated to the point he was unable to stand up. Officers offered to let him find a safe ride home but soon discovered he had exited the vehicle and was rolling around on the ground.
54-year-old Kam Sing Lung is charged with the assault of 31-year-old Tamesha Mae Harris, who says Lung grabbed her by the shirt and ripped some hair out of her head as she was attempting to close the door.
At 2:55 am, The Clarksville Police Department received several calls about a shooting that occurred at the Waffle House, 1683 Ft. Campbell Blvd. When officers arrived on the scene, they located one individual with 2 gunshot wounds and he was life-flighted to Nashville. The victim appears to have been inside a car when shot, which then crashed. Witnesses report hearing at least twenty shots.
Two other people drove themselves or were dropped off at Tennova Hospital and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH). They stated that they were at the Waffle House when the shooting occurred and their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. The status of the individual that was life-flighted is unknown at this time.
23-year-old Demarcus Grant is charged with the felony aggravated domestic assault of his girlfriend, Oreione Johnson, after she was able to text a friend to call the police to the scene. Police arrived to find her injured, and she explained the couple had been arguing when he struck her in the face and attempted to strangle her.
24-year-old Chancellor Harrison Phillips is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Heidi Phillips. She left the house and arrived at Clarksville Police headquarters to report the couple had been in an argument of the discipline of their 2-year-old son when she says Harrison balled his fist and aggressively stated he hoped she wasn’t pregnant, or else he would knock the baby out of her.
She recounted this is how prior assaults began so she fled the residence.
Clarksville Police have arrested Cynthia ‘Katie’ Hutchins and charged her with drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia after finding “marijuana residue” (but no actual usable marijuana), scales, and sandwich bags inside a vehicle she was briefly in with Jocqui Smith, who they had under surveillance for drug activity. She is free on a $2,500 bond.
35-year-old Trevor Hawkins is charged with domestic assault after his girlfriend, Desirae Swarts, called 911 to report he hit her on the side of her head causing her to fall to the ground. He fled the scene before officers arrived, but a warrant was issued for his arrest after documenting the injuries of the victim, and he was booked several days later.
His bond was set at $1,000.
25-year-old Bria Michelle Gross, AKA “Royal Krown” was booked into the Montgomery County Jail, charged with the assault of her boyfriend, Raylonde Bryant. Court records show Mr. Bryant admitted to talking to another female and handed Ms. Gross his phone and she viewed the texts, resulting in her jumping from the floor to the bed and assaulting him.
She admitted to the assault and is free on a $250 cash bond.