29-year-old Kitea Park was jailed on March 23rd after running over a pedestrian crossing sign at the intersection of Wilma Rudolph and S Hampton Place. Police observed Park to have watery, bloodshot eyes, slow, slurred speech, and the odor of alcohol coming from his body. He agreed to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Police believed he was too intoxicated to operate a vehicle safely, and he was taken to booking, and charged with DUI. He blew a 0.185% BAC on a breathalyzer.
40-year-old Jorge Sola was jailed on March 23rd after threatening to “beat his roommate’s ass” with a baseball bat. Police responded to Dale Terrace and spoke with roommate Jason Danner, who told them that Sola had been in a bad mood all day because of a disagreement they had. Throughout the day, Sola would grab his bat and walk around the house with it, making verbal threats. Danner showed police video footage of this and of Sola breaking two of the cameras that were set up in the home with the bat.
Sola was seen on video outside of Danner’s room, yelling at him while gripping the bat. Danner told police that Sola was threatening to “beat his ass with the bat” at that time. Sola denied the whole incident even after telling him that he was caught on video. Sola told police he was just trying to turn the cameras off using the bat and didn’t intend to break them.
34-year-old Matthew Lander reportedly was in an argument with his wife, Brittany Lander, on March 26 when she says he pushed her to the floor and began to kick her multiple times. She says the assault continued as he got on top of her, pinned her down, brought his fist up as if to punch her face, and threatened her. Officers documented abrasions and marks on the victim.
Officers on Hwy 76 observed a Dodge Charger driven by 25-year-old Fort Campell Soldier Daniel Stringer crash at 3:49 a.m. on March 26. Stringer attempted to make a right turn onto Old Farmer’s Road while traveling at a high rate of speed and went off-road, eventually crashing into the tree line. Stringer stated he had “two beers” in the hour prior to driving and had trouble standing on his own. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking after a stop at Sango ER for a blood draw. Stringer was unable to provide any proof of insurance on the Charger.
30-year-old Desirea Fancher was jailed on March 25 after one of her children called 911 to report their parents were fighting. Police say Desirea confronted her husband, soldier Brenton Collins, while he was in the shower and punched him several times. She was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
29-year-old Kyro Quinto was jailed on March 21st after swallowing a bag of cocaine when police pulled him over on Providence Boulevard and Oak Street. As officers approached Quinto during the traffic stop for an illegal u-turn, they noticed a pink baggie on the passenger’s seat. Quinto took the baggie of suspected cocaine, put it in his mouth, and swallowed it. Officers asked Quinto what he just swallowed, and he ended up throwing it back up. They tested the regurgitated substance, which was positive for cocaine, totaling 3.6 grams. Under the driver’s seat was a Glock 19, and a pink bag with marijuana. A black back was located on the floor in the second row with $1,710. There was a blue bag containing Xanax.
37-year-old Michael Scott was jailed on March 21st after police conducted a traffic stop for him speeding and found drugs in his vehicle. On Providence Boulevard, police observed Scott driving 55 mph in a 40 mph zone. When officers asked for his license, he told them it was possibly suspended due to child support, and he was not able to provide proof of car insurance. When police asked if there was anything illegal in the vehicle, he replied that he had marijuana in the car and handed over a package of “Dutch Leaf Wrappers”. A search of the vehicle also yielded 2 bags of cocaine, totaling 8.16 grams.
83-year-old Robert Johnson was jailed on March 27th after shoving his wife Barbara Jonson on the arm while she was driving and threatening to kill her on Rossview Road. Barbara told police that she did not feel safe, so she pulled over, and her husband took off in their vehicle. Barbara disclosed that Robert has had Alzheimer’s since 2015 and the last two years have been significantly worse.
32-year-old Sylvera Morgan was jailed on March 23rd on a warrant from March 17th for attacking her sister, Alexis Harris. Police responded to Royster Lane where Harris tells them that she and her sister had gotten into a dispute over money. She hadn’t heard from Morgan in a few days until she showed up at her house earlier that day. When Harris opened the door, Morgan started hitting her in the head. Harris left her home and her sister called 911 but they could not locate Morgan at that time so a warrant was issued for her arrest.
26-year-old Ciara Marie Yvonne Mack, a Soldier at Fort Campbell, was jailed on March 21st for attacking her husband after he alerted her chain of command of her Infidelity. Malcolm Mack told police that he and his wife are separated but still living together. They have had an argument in the past about Ciara’s infidelity that led to police involvement. Malcolm said he was asleep this time when Ciara came to his room to wake him up to watch their child. When he finally opened the door, Ciara had her phone flashlight on and was in his face recording him.
Malcolm had gone to Ciara’s chain of command earlier that day and told them about her infidelity and that he was filing for divorce. While they were arguing they started fighting over the possession of the phone. According to Malcolm, Ciara jumped on his back to try to get her phone back. Police say that based on the statements and evidence, Ciara was deemed the aggressor and taken into custody.
38-year-old Desmond Graham was jailed on March 21st after reportedly pushing his girlfriend Kelly McNamara to the ground in their bedroom on Kendrick Street. When officers arrived, Graham was walking down the street. He said he was in an argument with his girlfriend, and he was waiting for his sister to pick him up. Graham told police that nothing physical happened. Kelly said that the two had been in an argument for a couple of hours before and Graham was gathering his things to leave when she was pushed to the ground. She called 911 as Graham was walking out of the house. Officers determined Graham to be the primary aggressor.
43-year-old Wendy Ellis was jailed on March 23 after allegedly slapping her husband, Patrick Gormley in the face while he was in bed at their home on Ringgold Road. Ellis and her husband had been drinking and arguing before the incident and she claimed it was strictly a verbal argument.
33-year-old Rebecca Ledlow was completely naked in the parking lot of Dodge’s Chicken on Fort Campbell Blvd at 7:30 p.m. on March 24. Multiple citizens reported the naked nuisance, and as soon as Clarksville Police arrived, she turned away from them, placed her hands behind her back, and stated, “I’m Rebecca Ledlow, and I plead the 5th!” After being detained and placed in the rear of a patrol car, Ledlow admitted she had recently “smoked crack.”
28-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Collin Wheatley was slumped over the wheel of his 2019 GMC Sierra at a green light on Riverside Drive just before 3 a.m. on March 26. Officers noticed the vehicle was at the light for an extended period of time and conducted a welfare check. He reportedly reeked of alcohol and was eventually awakened by first responders. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody, and charged with DUI.
38-year-old Krystel Corkins was arrested for trespassing at a Power Street property on March 23 and transported to the Montgomery County Jail to be booked. During a strip search, deputies located a syringe that was still partially loaded and a plastic baggy containing 0.34 grams of crystal methamphetamine. Corkins admitted the syringe had contained Fentanyl, and she had used both drugs before being placed into custody.
36-year-old Jeremy Aguirre was traveling 71 mph in a 55 mph zone on March 22 on Hwy 374, according to police. A traffic stop was conducted, and Aguirre admitted to not having a valid license to drive. He then consented to a search of his black Ford Ranger, during which 281 grams of marijuana, codeine pills, and a small amount of cocaine were discovered. He was transported to headquarters, where he admitted to selling the drugs during an interview.
As a child called 911, and 32-year-old Darothy Huff was restrained on the ground by her husband, she stated, “I’m calling CPS to remove them because I don’t want them anymore, and I hope they don’t know anyone, and they rape them!” Officers quickly arrived at the scene, where it was learned Darothy had two children in common with her husband, one from a prior relationship, and her husband brought one into the marriage. One of the children says Huff came home from drinking and began to yell at the children, pushed an 11-year-old girl into a shoe rack, and grabbed a 12-year-old male by the neck, scratching him, and the home was in disarray. Her husband then restrained her while one of the children called 911.
56-year-old Ricki Hunt is charged with the domestic assault of her 17-year-old daughter & her grandsons, ages 13 & 16. One of the grandsons says Ricki woke him up at 12:45 a.m. Thursday and began to hit him in the face and pull his hair. The other grandson heard the commotion and attempted to intervene when his grandmother reportedly punched him. Her 17-year-old daughter says Ricki then pulled her hair as she was attempting to protect the two young boys from her mother.
35-year-old Jeremy Rugante was visiting his children on March 23 when their mother, Dominique Jemison, says the former lovers got into a verbal argument. She says that during the disagreement, he threw a drink at her, soaking her shirt. HJe was charged with domestic assault and transported to booking.
28-year-old Dalton Lawrence is now jailed in lieu of a half-million dollar bond for a February shooting. A female witness says Lawrence was at the male victim’s Waters Edge home on February 23, where they two were engaged in an argument. She says she then heard a loud ‘pop,’ and the victim stated he had been shot. Lawrence fled the scene in a white SUV but was positively identified from a photo line-up.