24-year-old Preshish Chantal Yancey was swerving on Ft. Campbell in the wee hours of October 21st. Officers observed a sedan failing to maintain its travel lane and conducted a traffic stop. Yancey was visibly intoxicated as officers approached the driver’s side to question her. Yancey consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly, yielding a 0.132% BAC on a breathalyzer. She was taken into custody for driving under the influence and transported to booking.
23-year-old Luz Castellanos Alexander was causing a disturbance at the troubled Electric Cowboy in the early morning hours of October 22nd. Alexander was being held on the ground by the security at the establishment as officers arrived. Officers were advised that Alexander was involved in a fight and had been drinking in the club. Alexander was visibly impaired and was taken into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
22-year-old Ft. Campbell Soldier Austin Butts was swerving on Ft. Campbell Blvd. on the night of October 21st. Officers initiated a traffic stop on a gray Nissan Altima after it was failing to maintain its line of travel and being an inconvenience to other drivers. Butts was visibly intoxicated as officers approached him and told them he consumed beer before driving. Butts consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly, yielding a .081% BAC on the breathalyzer, and was taken into custody for driving under the influence.
60-year-old Jeffery Henry was jailed on October 13th after continuing to send pointless messages to his wife, Lanora Henry, after she made it very clear that she did not wish to be contacted by him. Due to the repeated contact after being told to stop, a magistrate issued a warrant for his arrest, charging him with harassment.
24-year-old Kimberly Jimenez was jailed on October 11th after assaulting her brother-in-law on Tiny Town Road. When officers arrived, they spoke with Jovani Blas, who stated he and his wife, Ashley Jimenez, had gotten into an argument at the store, and his sisters-in-law Norma and Kimberly Jimenez came to the house to pick her up. Jovani was taking things out of the car and tossing them to the ground. He then grabbed his child, a year old, and Kimberly grabbed him by the throat and pushed him back. She stated that judging by how Jovani was acting, she was afraid he would throw the child out of the car, and she did what needed to be done to stop him.
26-year-old Ashaunna Pillow was jailed on October 7th after threatening her fiancé with a gun on Timberline Way. Ms. Pillow flagged down officers and told them that she tracked her fiancé’s phone and went to confront him about personal relationship issues, and when he came out of the house, he hit her in her face, causing her to stumble backward and reach out to grab ahold of his necklace. Lenhart Harper stated that Ms. Pillow went to the house and was beating on the door, so he came outside and tried to talk to her, but she became irate and ripped off his necklace. She then went to her car and pointed a gun at him, which was located by officers in her trunk.
33-year-old Andrea Parker was jailed on October 9th after her ex-boyfriend reported that she smashed his truck windows with a metal club. Police responded to Kraft Street and spoke with Robert Smith, who added that Ms. Parker also ripped off controls inside his truck. The estimated value of the damage was around $500. The metal club was found inside Ms. Parker’s purse, and she was taken into custody.
36-year-old Jacob Shumway was arguing with his girlfriend, 29-year-old Jamie O’Bryant, over adultery allegations on October 14th. Officers responded to a call for service at Viewmont Dr. regarding a domestic dispute. O’Bryant spoke with officers as they arrived and stated that she and Shumway were arguing before he went to sleep and that she took his phone and found dating applications on it while he slept. Then, O’Bryant told officers that she woke up Shumway, confronting him about what she found and that he pushed her onto the couch and, when she got up, pushed her onto the floor. Shumway spoke with officers and stated that once he went to sleep after a verbal altercation, he was woken up by O’Bryant scratching the back of his neck, yelling at him about the dating applications. Officers observed scratches on Shumway’s neck. A primary aggressor could not be determined, so both parties were taken into custody for domestic assault.
34-year-old Harry Clark was booked into the Montgomery County jail on October 17th after being indicted by the Grand Jury for fourteen counts of statutory rape of a 16-year-old between September 17th, 2022, and December 9th, 2022. This also includes three counts of solicitation and sexual exploitation of a minor when he forced another 15-year-old to watch sexual activity between December 22, 2022, and February 17, 2023.
His wife, 32-year-old Samantha Clark, was indicted on six counts for knowingly facilitating these heinous offenses between November 5th, 2022, and December 3rd, 2022.
22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Ashleigh Nelson was jailed on October 7th for slapping her on-and-off boyfriend in the face after an argument turned violent at his apartment on Wallace Boulevard. Mr. Emmanuel Simmons advised officers that Ms. Nelson had left his apartment after the incident. Police didn’t observe any injuries to Mr. Simmons’ face and couldn’t contact Ms. Nelson at the time, so she was determined to be the primary aggressor due to the report.
21-year-old Kira Cavanaugh was jailed on October 7th after police pulled her over for swerving in and out of lanes on Fort Campbell Boulevard. She smelled strongly of alcohol and admitted to drinking a few hours prior. Kira performed poorly on sobriety tests and blew a .066% BAC on a breathalyzer that was given an hour after the initial traffic stop. She was taken into custody and charged with DUI.
32-year-old Renael Wynn of Rushing Dr. was indicted by Montgomery County Grand Jury on October 3rd for the rape of a child. The incident allegedly took place in the month of September last year, and the child was between the ages of 8-13. Wynn was appointed as a Notary Public in Montgomery County in May 2021
30-year-old Bianca Jazmin Frias violated her conditions of release at Silver Fox Ln. in the evening hours of October 5th. Officer Barnes responded to a call for service regarding a possible violation of bond conditions. Frias was visibly intoxicated as Barnes arrived. Frias has an active COR on file from a previous domestic assault involving her spouse, Stephen Burke, that prohibits her from possessing or consuming alcohol. Frias was taken into custody, and her 12-year-old son was left in the care of Burke.
21-year-old Kyjuan Schambers was the driver responsible for multiple injuries in a three-vehicle accident on Purple Heart Pkwy. on October 3rd. Officers witnessed a white Kia Sedan speeding down 101st Airborne Division Pkwy. shortly before responding to a wreck involving the same vehicle. Three cars were damaged, and as officers arrived, they observed two Glock handguns and blue pills, later identified as Oxycodone, in plain view of the unoccupied Kia Sedan. Officers determined the Kia Sedan to be the at-fault vehicle as witnesses stated that the Kia was traveling at a high speed before rear-ending a car, causing them to hit the car in front of them.
A passenger and a driver were transported to Tennova for medical attention and were able to identify Schambers as the driver of the Kia. Officers confirmed that the Kia was registered to Schambers and that his license was “eligible for reissue.” Schambers was arrested on October 5th for reckless endangerment, unlawful carrying of a weapon, simple possession, leaving the scene, and driving without a license.
20-year-old Bailey Sellars fought with his dad, Corey Carroll, over online training for a job on the morning of October 5th. Officers were dispatched to Kestrel Dr. regarding a domestic dispute and spoke with Sellars as they arrived. Sellars told officers that he and Carroll got into an argument over a job he was supposed to be doing, which turned physical shortly after. Officers spoke with Carroll, and he stated that he confronted Sellars about not doing his online training, telling him, “Come outside” and that he would “beat his ass.”
Officers reviewed footage from the house camera on the back porch and observed Sellars walk out, turn around, get in a fighting stance, and lunge toward Caroll, shoving him into a wall as he came outside. Caroll got up and got pushed again off the porch into the wall as he proceeded towards Sellars. Sellars can be seen on the front porch camera walking to the front as Caroll follows, and then another argument ensues. Officers observed Sellars punching Carroll numerous times in the head and body before bringing him to the ground, punching him twice via camera. Sellars was placed into custody for domestic assault.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Felipe Garcia ran a red light at the intersection of Lafayette Rd. and Ft. Campbell Blvd in the early morning hours of September 29th. Officers initiated a traffic stop after witnessing the silver Chevrolet Silverado stop in the middle of the intersection, running the red light. Garcia was visibly intoxicated when officers approached the driver’s side and admitted to drinking when asked. Garcia was arrested for driving under the influence and failing to obey traffic control devices after consenting to sobriety tests and performing poorly.
30-year-old Griffin Evans was shirtless while confronting people outside of the troubled Electric Cowboy club on the night of October 13th. Officers responded to a call for service regarding an intoxicated individual at N. Riverside Dr. and observed Evans walking around the parking lot without a shirt on. Evans was visibly intoxicated as officers spoke with him and could not find a ride home, so was taken into custody for public intoxication.
The Campus Cafeteria inside the Student Center at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville scored a 77 on its test Wednesday, as a state health inspector conducted a routine inspection. Overall, there was not any proper handwashing; employees were touching themselves, handling cleaning bottles, and more without any hand washing. Everyone present had to stop and wash their hands during the inspection. Food was stored improperly in the cooler and freezer, putting items at risk for contamination from raw food items. A total of fifty pounds of food was embargoed – both from the cold food line, where it was held at over fifty degrees, and from a tub of alfredo sauce that was cooked the day prior and was just sitting unused on a prep table at nearly sixty degrees. More food was embargoed after it was found sitting on the omelette prep station at fifty-six degrees, too warm for standards. The inspector noted this was the third consecutive inspection where items were not held at proper temperatures, and has scheduled a priority follow-up on all critical violations.
22-year-old Ft. Campbell E-5 Seargeant Jesus Salcido-Villar was driving on Tiny Town Rd. with an inoperable headlight in the wee hours of September 30th. THP Trooper Hickmon initiated a traffic stop on a gray Dodge Ram with a driver’s side headlight out and observed Salcido-Vallar visibly intoxicated as he approached the driver’s side. Salcido-Vallar initially denied consuming any alcohol, then consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Salcido-Vallar fell asleep in the patrol car shortly after being taken into custody for his second driving under the influence offense, driving on a revoked license, and violation of the implied consent law.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Banachek Villanueva-Flores was caught driving under the influence for the second September in a row. Officer Ventura was dispatched to Washtopia for a call regarding a possible drunk driver in the early morning hours of September 29th. As officers arrived, Villanueva-Flores was seen throwing up outside his vehicle and told them he was coming from the troubled Electric Cowboy before consenting to sobriety tests and performing poorly. There was no proof of insurance provided by Villanueva-Flores, and he refused to provide a blood sample even after a warrant was issued and he was transported to the ER, so they held his arm down to get a sample by force. Villanueva-Flores was charged with driving under the influence and having no proof of insurance.