42-year-old Randy Harris was jailed on September 5th after lying to police about the details of a crash on Fort Campbell Boulevard. He told police that he was the driver during the crash, but it was later discovered that he was the passenger. Harris was trying to cover for the driver, a female with a suspended license and a warrant for burglary.
34-year-old Travis Kretz was booked into the Montgomery County jail on September 6th after being indicted by The Grand Jury for one count of child abuse and neglect of a 4-year-old on November 24th, 2022. He is free on a $20,000 bond and appears to be smirking during his mugshot.
26-year-old Infantryman Tahjier Clayton was jailed for assaulting his wife after an argument on Sinclair Drive on September 7. Police responded to the apartment building and spoke with Mariah Clayton, who said that during the argument, her husband wanted her to leave, but she refused and was pulled off the couch by her shirt and pushed toward the door. She refused to write a statement.
26-year-old Giavonna White was jailed on September 10th after being in a vehicle accident in the 700 block of Riverside Drive just before 3 a.m. Officers observed bloodshot, glossy eyes and smelled alcohol coming from her breath. She told them she only had a Lemon Drop shot prior to driving. White consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and was taken into custody. This was her first DUI.
30-year-old Brichelle Ellis was jailed on September 10th after running into a home at Summit Heights to assault a woman. The victim stated that she was initially jumped by several people, and when the fight was finally broken up, Ellis entered her home and assaulted her during a final battle. Ellis had to be pushed out of the residence and was taken into custody.
36-year-old Breanne Sky Nixon was jailed on September 9th for attacking people randomly in a parking lot at Public Square in downtown Clarksville. Two male victims stated that she walked up to them and began pushing them for no apparent reason. Two additional witnesses on the scene said they saw Nixon run up to the two men and push them. When police spoke with Nixon, they noticed visible signs of intoxication, and she admitted to having a couple of drinks. They deemed her to be a danger to herself and others, and she was taken into custody.
19-year-old J’Deshawn Duncan was jailed on September 9th after being pulled over on Riverside Drive for having illegal window tints. The front windows were 17%, and the back was 5%; the legal percentage is 35 and above. While officers spoke with Duncan and front-seat passenger Tyson Mullins, they could smell marijuana coming from the vehicle.
Duncan was asked to step out of the vehicle, and officers could smell raw marijuana coming from his person. A vehicle search was conducted, which yielded a tied-off baggie of marijuana in the front seat and a Glock handgun with an extended mag under the seat. There were 16 rounds in the magazine and one in the chamber. A check through NCIC showed the pistol was stolen out of Davidson County.
A working pistol light/laser and a digital scale were also found under the driver’s seat. In the center console, a fully loaded 9mm Glock magazine was located. Duncan admitted to the pistol being his but denied knowing anything about the narcotics or accessories.
25-year-old Aalure Cooke was booked on September 8th after an argument with her wife turned violent on Kelly Lane. Dyarah McNeil told police that she and her wife argued about custody issues when she became upset and grabbed her by her shirt, tearing it in the process. Cooke then dragged McNeil into the living room by her hair. Cooke was placed into custody and transported to Montgomery County jail.
24-year-old Cassidy Ricci was jailed on September 8th after police observed a black Infiniti SUV in the middle of the road not moving. While speaking with Ricci, officers could smell alcohol coming from her and the vehicle. She told officers that she was coming from the troubled Electric Cowboy bar and consented to sobriety tests. She performed poorly and was taken into custody. Once at booking, she blew a .164% BAC on the breathalyzer.
26-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Austin Hagerty was jailed on September 8th after assaulting his wife when she tried to leave for Kentucky with their son. Kayla Haggerty told police that she and her husband were in the process of getting divorced and had been arguing constantly. To avoid arguing all weekend, she decided she would stay with her parents, who live near Fort Knox. Kayla came home from work and began packing bags for their child and herself.
Austin told her she wasn’t going anywhere with their son due to him having to get stitches removed at BACH the next day. Kayla then called BACH to ask about getting the stitches removed, which they advised could be done by an urgent care or on post at Fort Knox. Kayla grabbed her bags and began going downstairs, where Austin followed and continued telling her she wasn’t taking his son anywhere. She finally made her way out the door and to the car, where she placed her son in his seat. Austin reached over her while she was bent over and grabbed her and his son’s arm, causing them to spin out of the vehicle.
40-year-old Chadd Hembree was jailed on September 5th after stealing from his neighbor. The victim stated that she had numerous items stolen from her property. She showed police a photo that was taken by a trail cam. The picture showed Hembree on a ladder looking into her residence. When police spoke with Hembree, they saw a spray-painted tiller beside his trailer. He admitted that he was the one who stole it from the shed in his neighbor’s backyard. The value of the tiller was $150.
30-year-old Daniel Miller was jailed on September 5th after reportedly assaulting his uncle on August 24th. Gary Miller arrived at the Sheriff’s Office to report that his nephew had hit him in the face and punched him multiple times while dragging him away from a residence on Hooks Lane. Gary’s injuries are consistent with his statement, and Daniel was determined to be the primary aggressor.
59-year-old Jill Endsley was jailed on August 30th after Joshua Endsley reported that she assaulted his sister on Bradley Street. Nicole Endsley-Olalde told police that her stepmother, along with other members of her family, had come to her house to help her move. She and her stepmother got into a dispute about some of her property being moved around, and then she was pushed. Nicole said she pushed her stepmother back, and her boyfriend, Alibmo Escamilla, separated the two.
38-year-old Carlos Argueta was booked on August 30th for assaulting his girlfriend on Terrier Way after an argument about relationship issues. According to Mary Wolfenbarger, their argument turned violent when Carlos lunged at her and strangled her with both hands until she couldn’t breathe. Mary tried to get away from Carlos but tripped over a footstool and fell, causing him to fall on top of her.
Once Carlos was on top of Mary, he wouldn’t let her up. When she was finally able to move, she ran to the front door to escape, but he caught her and slammed the door, so she quickly ran to the backdoor and was able to exit and run to the neighbors for help. No one answered at the first house she went to, so she ran to another neighbor, Nora Manning, who called 911 after hearing Mary screaming for help.
While the neighbor called the police, Mary saw Carlos leaving their house with their 4-year-old son. She ran over to the vehicle Carlos put their son in and hit it repeatedly while screaming to give her son back, but he left before police arrived. Officers later spoke with Carlos over the phone and advised he turn himself in at the station.
50-year-old Sonny Loggins was jailed on August 31st after reportedly assaulting his girlfriend on Fort Cambell Boulevard. Melissa Moyers-Russell reported that she and Loggins were arguing about a pending breakup when he lunged across the room and grabbed Ms. Russell by the collar of her shirt. She had bruising and swelling to her face and head but wouldn’t elaborate on how she got them. Loggins admitted to initiating physical contact during their argument and was taken into custody.
20-year-old Maclaine Butts was jailed on August 31st after an officer observed her going 73 mph on 101st and Peachers Mill and initiated a traffic stop. She finally pulled over on 101st and Ringgold Road, and the officer could smell alcohol coming from the vehicle as soon as she rolled her window down and asked how many drinks she had that night. Butts stated she had a Mad Dog beer hours before. The officer observed Butts to have glossy eyes and asked her to consent to field sobriety tests. She performed poorly, was taken into custody, and transported to booking.
21-year-old Rachel Ingram was booked on August 31st after police responded to a welfare check on Brittany Court. Raven Ingram told police that she heard an argument between Rachel and her boyfriend when she came home. Raven called the homeowner about the altercation, which upset Rachel, and she tried to hit her sister with a fan to retaliate. According to Raven, she defended herself, which led Rachel to leave the house. Police were not able to make contact with Rachel due to her not having a cell phone and usable address within the city.
25-year-old Lakirah Buford was jailed on August 30th after her boyfriend, Christopher Williams, reported she assaulted him. According to Williams, the two have been going through some hard times in their relationship, and he reached out to his sister about it. Buford saw the conversation between Williams and his sister and became angry. Williams then asked Buford to leave and started grabbing her belongings for her. Buford became angry, swung, and hit Williams in the face. Police observed a small abrasion on his chin where he was hit. Buford admitted to hitting Williams and was placed into custody.
19-year-old Ayesha Clayborn was jailed on August 26th after dumping rubbing alcohol on her boyfriend’s head on Ryder Avenue. Roshaun Anderson told police that he and Ms. Clayborn had argued throughout the day, and after being doused in rubbing alcohol, Ms. Clayborn threw a coffee cup at him. Officers observed the rubbing alcohol on his shirt, and Ms. Clayborn was deemed the primary aggressor.
68-year-old Janet Menzies, of Deerfield New Hampshire, was booked on August 26th after reportedly assaulting her granddaughter in the Baymont Inn & Suites parking lot on Holiday Drive. Rachel Joyce reported that her grandmother was trying to remove her child from the car seat aggressively, and when she tried to keep her grandmother from touching her child, she was assaulted. Menzies began shoving Joyce and pulled her by the hair. When officers questioned her, she corroborated the story but didn’t mention the assault. She was transported to Montgomery County jail.