30-year-old Anderson Aristhene was jailed on May 20th after police responded to a call about a vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road down Fort Campbell Boulevard. When officers arrived, they saw Aristhene driving his blue sedan into oncoming traffic and had him pull into the parking lot of Smooves Grill. Aristhene had extremely slurred speech, and police could smell alcohol coming from his body. When police saw him unsteady on his feet, he was asked to consent to sobriety tests but denied, turned around, and placed his hands behind his back on his own accord. He was taken into custody, and transported to booking.
Month: May 2023
Parking Lot Pooper Nakietha Gallion eats baggie of cocaine, kicks officers
28-year-old Nakietha Gallion was jailed on May 12th after an anonymous call of a man “pooping in the parking lot” of Circle K on Lafayette Road. When police approached Gallion, he was across the street from the gas station. He started walking away from the officers while removing all of his articles of clothing. Mr. Gallion then grabbed something from his wallet, put it in his mouth, and started chewing on it. He was told to stop walking and stand by his jacket, at which point he reached into his waistband and said, “Or what?”
Police told Gallion to put his hands behind his back, but he refused and was taken to the ground. While on the ground, officers commanded him to spit out what he was chewing on, but he refused and kicked an officer multiple times. He was taken into custody, and police were able to retrieve the item he was chewing on. It was a small, clear, plastic baggie containing a white powder that tested positive for cocaine. Gallion was transported to Tennova to be observed for a possible overdose. The baggie of cocaine was approximately .5 grams.
Alicia Winchester faces 2nd DUI charge after late-night traffic stop
32-year-old Alicia Winchester was booked last week when police saw her driving 60 mph while swerving in and out of lanes on Dover Road. She told police she was coming from a friend’s house and had a couple of beers before driving. She was unsteady on her feet, had bloodshot eyes, and smelled of alcohol. There was an open can of beer still cold to the touch in the cup holder. Winchester did not have a required interlock device installed in her vehicle from her last DUI.
Natalia Head charged with theft of phone from her boyfriend’s baby mama
22-year-old Natalia Head is charged with the theft of her boyfriend’s baby mama’s cell phone. Joydan Wilson reported to police that the father of her children, Jactavious Parker, had her cell phone, and when she went to retrieve it, she was told his girlfriend, Natalie Head, had taken the phone from him. Natalie reportedly stated the phone was broken, and she discarded it in a nearby wooded area.
Jactavious Parker punches his girlfriend in her head during argument over feelings
28-year-old Jactavious Parker was jailed last week for punching his girlfriend in the head after she called him to come over to her apartment on May 5th. Natalie Head told police that she and Parker got into an argument over her feelings for him, and he demanded to be taken home. After leaving the apartment, Parker took Natalie’s phone and asked why she called him to come over. According to Natalie, when she went to get her phone back, Parker punched her in the side of the head. When he saw Natalie get her sister’s phone and call 911, he threw her phone and took off running.
Amani Sweat bites boyfriend’s ear during argument, per report
18-year-old Amani Sweat was jailed on May 17th on an outstanding warrant charging her with biting her boyfriend’s right ear at their home on Sand Piper Drive two weeks prior during an argument. Police documented a bite mark on Nathaniel Cantrell’s ear on May 8th during the original complaint.
Fort Campbell soldier Allen Gurganus blows 0.194% BAC after six beers at a party
20-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Allen Gurganus was at a party in the Dunbar Cave area on May 12, where he says he consumed “five to six beers” before leaving to attempt to drive back to base. As he drove away, he nearly struck another person’s vehicle with his Ford F-150, and that person alerted police, who quickly caught up with Gurganus a short distance away. As the officer followed Gurganus, he observed him swerving over the center line six times. He initiated a traffic stop and reports that Gurganus reeked of alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He later blew a 0.194% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Ketania Hall charged with domestic assault of her mother, says she’s owed $40
19-year-old Ketania Hall was reportedly cursing at her mother, Keota Petties, in an attempt to start a fight on May 17 about $40 she says she was owed. Police had responded to the home earlier in the evening when they were called again about a domestic disturbance just before midnight. Ketana left and then returned during the second incident. Her mother says she yelled and screamed and pushed her way into her mother’s bedroom, despite her pushing back against the door. She attempted to make entry to the bedroom and continued to threaten her mother, which was captured on an audio recording, along with banging on the door.
Matthew Martinez charged with 2nd DUI in 9 days
Fresh out of jail and on bond for a DUI earlier this month, 24-year-old Matthew Martinez once again found himself in handcuffs this week. On May 21, officers observed Martinez driving his black Ford Fusion at 78 mph in a 45 mph zone near Dover Rd & High Point Rd. Officers conducted a traffic stop and immediately smelled both marijuana and alcohol coming from Martinez. He was reportedly slurring his words, repeating himself, and having trouble keeping his balance. He was transported to booking and was once again charged with DUI — the second time in nine days.
Toya Canty jailed after stabbing boyfriend in chest; he was life-flighted to Vanderbilt
32-year-old Toya Canty was jailed on May 16th for stabbing her boyfriend in the abdomen after an argument at their home on Eldos Trace Circle. When police arrived, Isaiah Jackson was in critical condition; they performed first aid until he was life-flighted to Vanderbilt Hospital. Canty was immediately taken into custody and questioned at the precinct. She told police that she and Jackson were arguing, and he followed her around after asking to be left alone because she was upset. She claims he then pushed her to the ground and stomped her face with his work boots. Officers only observed a small cut and a ripped shirt strap but no injuries corresponding to Canty’s statement.
Christopher Clark punches holes in wall when child won’t wake up for school
21-year-old Christopher Clark was booked on May 15th on an outstanding warrant after his girlfriend told police that he was screaming at their child and destroying their home. He was upset the child wouldn’t get up and get ready for school, so he started punching multiple holes in the walls and doors of the apartment. He punched a mirror so hard his fist went through it and the drywall behind it. Clark lives with his girlfriend, and the couple has a domestic history.
Sarah Watson charged with assaulting her children, hitting on head, pushing into wall
29-year-old Sarah Watson was jailed on May 13th for assaulting her minor children at her home on Martin Street. Police spoke with her 12-year-old daughter, who said that Watson pushed her 7-year-old brother several times, causing him to hit his head on the wall each time. The 12-year-old child’s father was present during the incident and saw Watson push her son into the wall about 3-4 times. When the 12-year-old tried to defend her brother, Watson pushed her into the wall. Police documented a scratch on the left side of the girl’s face, and Watson was taken into custody.
Stephan Finnicum charged in assault of his girlfriend and her sister
32-year-old Stephan Finnicum was booked last week for assaulting his girlfriend, Destinee Weldon, and her sister Trinity Boyd on Forest Hills Drive. Finnicum denied any assault and claimed that there was only an argument, but Weldon told police that he shoved her sister against a door during the argument. When Weldon got between them to separate them, he also shoved her. Boyd corroborated Weldon’s story, and Finnicum was taken into custody.
Soldier Robert Henson charged with DUI after leaving Dover Road Bar at 2 AM
35-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Robert Henson says he just left an Army “farewell party” at a bar on Dover Road when he was observed by police driving with no exterior lights on his truck. During the subsequent traffic stop, Henson reeked of alcohol as he spoke and was visibly intoxicated. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.
Caitlin Cross punches her wife, has fistfight with their roommate who intervened
21-year-old Caitlin Cross was jailed on May 13, charged with the assault of her wife, Shaeline Diaz, and their roommate, Kenzi Lebouef. Cross and her wife had a verbal argument that escalated with Caitlin punching her lover. Kenzi witnessed the altercation and attempted to de-escalate the situation, but Caitlin then got into a fistfight with her. She refused to discuss the situation with officers and was reportedly too drunk to provide a statement. She was deemed to be the primary aggressor and transported to booking.
Matthew Martinez so drunk he turned himself in for DUI in Electric Cowboy parking lot
24-year-old Matthew Martinez was enjoying his night at the troubled Electric Cowboy last week when at 3 a.m. on May 13, he left the bar and got into a black car. Police say he drove through the parking lot without his headlights on and was headed to the roadway when he observed Clarksville Police officers Renken and Hall parked behind RimTyme as they were watching vehicles leave the club at closing time. Before the officer even had a chance to initiate a traffic stop or even acknowledge Martinez, he stopped his car near a patrol car and approached the officers to speak to them with extremely slurred words in his highly intoxicated state. Officers asked if he could call someone for a right home, and Martinez began to talk over the officers and refused all assistance. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.
Michael Taylor indicted on two counts of rape
25-year-old Michael Taylor was booked in the Montgomery County Jail on May 8th after the April session of the Grand Jury indicted him on two counts of rape. The indictment alleges that on January 11, 2021, Taylor raped a now 29-year-old person.
Sheri Maddox-Slade charged in roommate rumble
41-year-old Sheri Maddox-Slade was jailed on May 7th after following her roommate outside and escalating an argument to assault. Police responded to Bellamy Lane, and Maddox told them that she and her roommate Taylor Smith were in an argument that turned violent when Smith shoved her, pulled her by her hair, and threw gravel in her eyes. Smith told police that Maddox followed her outside while letting her dog out. According to Smith, Maddox pushed her to the ground and started scratching her neck, but she was able to get away once she defended herself. Both women had visible injuries and were both taken into custody due to conflicting allegations.
Jasmine Winter leaves mother with rug burns on her knees after altercation
18-year-old Jasmine Winter was jailed on May 6th after pushing her mother down during an argument. Jaquilla White told police that she and her daughter got into an argument, and Jasmine ran up behind her as she walked into the apartment and pushed her down, causing “rug burns on her knees.” After Jasmine was detained, she requested to bring her purse to booking, where officers found a small baggie of marijuana inside.
David Owen assaults uncle in argument over how many eggs for breakfast
34-year-old David Owen was jailed on May 6th after beating his uncle in the head with a cane after overhearing a disagreement about breakfast. Eva Parker told police that she asked her grandson, Philip Rubio, how many eggs he wanted for breakfast, and he replied, “three.” David Peacher told Philip that there wouldn’t be enough for everyone else. During that conversation, Mr. Owen came from the back room with a whittled stick that he used as a cane and hit Mr. Peacher over the head, leaving a gash that bled profusely. Mr. Owens admitted to gathering everyone’s cell phones and placing them outside so no one could call law enforcement after police saw the phones outside. Peacher had to walk to a neighbor’s house to call the police.