22-year-old Brianna Ortiz was seen swerving in a red Infinity Sedan with no lights at Wilma Rodolph Boulevard on February 12th. Upon contact with Ortiz, officers noted a strong smell of alcohol coming from her person, as well as other signs of intoxication. Ortiz was asked and agreed to perform sobriety tests but executed poorly. Ortiz openly admitted that she had recently left “El Brasero” after having five margaritas. Brianna Ortiz was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
63-year-old Norma Darlene Tyler had a domestic altercation with her daughter, Jasmine Tyler, at their Tylertown Road residence late February 11th. Jasmine spoke to officers when they arrived, advising them that she and Norma had argued and that it turned physical when she approached her with an air horn, blowing it in her face. Jasmine said that she tried to hit her with the horn, but she blocked it with her hands and then pushed her, causing her to fall back. She provided them with footage showing Norma approaching and blowing the air horn in her face. Norma Tyler was deemed the primary aggressor and was taken into custody for domestic assault.
30-year-old Deborah Lakiesha Neely and Sharoniece Hunter stole $4,250 worth of items from a Red Dot storage unit on Huntco Drive early on January 8th. Ms. Harrison, the owner of the burglarized unit, alerted the authorities on February 4th, advising that she had not been to her unit since January 1st. Harrison further explained that her lock had been cut and that she was missing clothes, three televisions, her birth certificate, her social security card, a king-size mattress, and various furniture items. Officers obtained footage from the Red Dot, which showed Neely, in a brown puffer jacket and a pink beanie cap, meeting with Hunter before walking to her unit. Then, they walked down the aisle near Harrison’s storage and returned carrying multiple items. Officers were notified that on January 11th, Hunter pawned one of the items taken during a different unit burglary at Easy Pawn on Fort Campbell Boulevard. Then, on February 11th, officers arrived at Red Dot for an unrelated call and met with Neely at her unit, which had the clothes she was seen wearing during the theft. Neely was taken into custody for burglary.
25-year-old Patience Carbone was involved in a domestic dispute with her ex-boyfriend, Tyler Stark, at Whitfield Road on February 11th. Due to breaking up the day prior, Carbone went to the mentioned location to get her belongings from Stark. Carbone still owned a spare key to the apartment, and upon entering, she found a female friend of Stark’s and became furious. Carbone tossed pizza sauce on the floor, grabbed the woman’s phone, and ran outside. Stark followed her out of the house to get the phone. At some point during the incident, Carbone bit Stark, leaving a bleeding bite wound on his pectoral/nipple area. Carbone also threw the woman’s phone on the road, damaging the phone, which was valued at $1,100. Patience Carbone was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault and vandalism.
22-year-old Galashay Weaver was involved in a domestic altercation with her ex-boyfriend, James Bullard, on February 10th. Weaver showed up at Bullard’s residence and kicked on his front door, leaving a footprint on it. Weaver proceeded to take a small cooler that was outside his home and threw it at the door as well. Attempting to scare Bullard, Weaver reached into her purse and pulled out a handgun. Weaver proceeded to leave shortly after. Galashay Weaver was taken into custody and charged with aggravated domestic assault.
20-year-old Jace “Fredo” Downey was caught aiding a minor in running away from home at Blue Spruce Drive on February 10th. Officers arrived at the mentioned location and made contact with Downey’s aunt. She told officers that Downey was at Governor’s Square Mall with a girl who stayed the night. Once at the mall, officers made contact with both the minor and Downey. Downey stated that he picked up the minor this morning at a Kroger, but the minor said she stayed the night at his residence. The minor’s mother was able to provide messages on her daughter’s phone displaying messages from “Fredo” to the minor about seeing each other on the night of February 9th. Jace Downey was taken into custody and charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
18-year-old Daniel Newton, an employee of Jersey Mikes, was caught with marijuana at Danbury Drive on February 10th. Officers responded to a call for service concerning a suspicious vehicle at Macon Lane and Danbury Drive. An officer contacted the car’s occupants, Amaree Lafortune, Daniel Newton, a juvenile, and Morgan Smith. During the interaction, the scent of marijuana emitting from the vehicle prompted a search. The search yielded a vacuum bag, a drawstring bag, and a fanny pack that also contained a plastic bag and more suspected marijuana. A search of Newton’s person revealed $445 in cash. Under Miranda, Newton claimed ownership of the marijuana. The total weight of marijuana found in the vehicle was 14.175 grams. Daniel Newton was taken into custody and charged with marijuana possession and the selling of a controlled substance.
29-year-old Kevin Mesa was involved in an altercation with his co-workers, Marissa Johnson and Alexis Bryant, at a get-together on Edmondson Ferry Road early February 10th. Johnson and Bryant hosted a get-together at their home. During the gathering, Mesa got into an argument with Johnson. The argument escalated to Mesa putting Johnson in a chokehold. Johnson stated she could not breathe, so Bryant intervened to get Mesa off of Johnson. Due to this, Mesa then put Bryant into a chokehold as well. Johnson began to strike Mesa in the head with a fist, causing him to let go of Bryant. Mesa and his wife then left the residence. Johnson stated that she also could not breathe when she was held in a chokehold by Mesa. Kevin Mesa was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault.
29-year-old Hannah Leos was found at the scene of a crash at Westfield Court on February 10th. Contact was made with Leos, who was outside the nearby apartment complex. Leos began yelling at police in the middle of the road. Leos was visibly intoxicated and continued to yell loudly during regular sleeping hours. Leos also started to approach officers in a threatening manner and did not stop when told to. Hannah Leos was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication on February 10th.
32-year-old Jake Heidt was seen in a grey Dodge Truck swerving between lanes on Fort Campbell Boulevard on February 10th. Once officers made contact with Heidt, they noted the odor of an alcoholic beverage. Heidt exhibited clear signs of intoxication, such as bloodshot eyes. Heidt consented to perform field sobriety tests but performed poorly. Jake Heidt was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
21-year-old Soldier Josef Lahib Hassanin nearly struck a patrol car while turning on Tiny Town Road in the early hours of February 10th. Officers observed this and then conducted a traffic stop at the Tiny Town RV Park. Officers approached the driver’s side and noticed an empty beer on the passenger floorboard. Hassanin consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Hassanin then agreed to provide a breath sample, which resulted in 0.173 BAC%. Hassanin was taken into custody for an open container violation and driving under the influence.
29-year-old John-Caleb Chris Woodberry was taken into custody for public intoxication on February 8th. Officers responded to Tippers Neighborhood Pub and observed Woodberry outside with the staff. Woodberry refused medical treatment and became belligerent with the Tippers’ employees who were trying to assist him. Woodberry then threatened to hit one of the employees as well. Due to his level of intoxication, Woodberry was deemed unable to care for himself and was taken into custody on February 10th.
20-year-old Hailey Ann Martinez had a domestic dispute with her husband at their shared Madison Street apartment on the night of February 9th. Her husband spoke with officers when they arrived, advising that he and Martinez argued. Her husband stated he tried to leave, but Hailey blocked the doorway in the living room for 10-12 minutes. Her husband advised that this made him feel that he was being held hostage. Then, her husband said he moved Hailey to the right, opened the door, and left. Officers deemed Martinez as the primary aggressor, and then she was taken into custody for false imprisonment on February 10th.
24-year-old Derek Nicholson was involved in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend, Alexis Harman, at High Street on February 5th. When officers arrived at the mentioned location, Nicholson was seen running away into the woods behind the house. Harman made contact with the officers and told them that Nicholson had hit her in the nose. Harman stated this assault was during an argument regarding her phone, leaving her with bloody nostrils. A witness also confirmed that Nicholson struck her in her nose. Officers later learned Nicholson has an active COR with Harman, which he violated by assaulting her. Derek Nicholson was taken into custody and charged with contempt and aggravated assault.
23-year-old Domkaalel Jackson was involved in an altercation with his girlfriend, Erionna Kilgore, at Dotsonville Road on December 27th, 2023. Law enforcement responded to a caller reporting a suspicious person was near their home. Before arriving at the mentioned location, the suspicious person advised that she had jumped out of a vehicle with her 10-month-old child because her boyfriend said that he was going to kill her. Officers arrived and made contact with Kilgore and her child, who had scratches and marks on their elbows and knees. When asked about the injuries that she sustained, Kilgore stated that Jackson hit her several times while he was driving. When Kilgore asked Jackson to stop the car, he told her no and said that he was going to kill her. A separate officer found Jackson’s vehicle and discovered that Jackson was driving on a suspended license. The officer turned their emergency lights on and attempted to stop the car. Jackson refused to pull over, leading to a short-lived pursuit. Domkaalel Jackson was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest, kidnapping, driving under a suspended license, and aggravated domestic assault on February 7th.
26-year-old Brandon Heckert was caught stealing a phone at Manna Café on February 6th. Heckert used a person’s phone while at Manna Café but left without returning the phone. According to the owner, the phone was an iPhone valued at $700. Brandon Heckert was taken into custody and charged with theft of property.
23-year-old Victoria Johanns was caught stealing the 2022 Toyota Camry she rented from Enterprise at East Divison Street, Evansville, Indiana, on February 1st. Johanns rented the Toyota Camry on October 31st, 2023, and was expected to return the vehicle on November 5th, 2023, but failed to do so. Enterprise later sent Johanns a letter informing her that the car had to be returned by December 27th, 2023, but she never returned the vehicle. On February 1st, a GPS ping was conducted on the Toyota Camry, which showed that Johanns was at the La Quinta Inn & Suites in Evansville, Indiana. Evansville PD was provided the location and were requested to locate the vehicle, which they found in the hotel’s parking lot. Officers also confirmed that Johanns had a room at the location. Victoria Johanns was taken into custody and charged with motor vehicle theft.
24-year-old Tyeisha Pace was involved in a domestic altercation with her boyfriend, Lamont Lockhart, at the Baltimore Drive Townhouses on February 6th. Officers arrived and contacted Lockhart, who stated that he and Pace had an argument that got physical. Lockhart advised that Pace punched him in the face, hit him with a lightbulb, and hit him in the face with a cup containing milk. This led to Lockhart sustaining numerous injuries, including a bruised and swollen lip, a contusion/bruise behind his ear, and marks on his neck. Officers also noted that Lockhart was drenched in milk. When officers spoke with Pace, she stated there was a dispute, but it didn’t get physical. Tyeisha Pace was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
27-year-old Terence Hilton was found asleep in his black Lincoln sedan in the middle of the roadway at the intersection of Dunlop Lane and Ted Crozier Boulevard on February 6th. Officers woke Hilton and instructed him to exit the vehicle. Hilton displayed clear signs of being intoxicated. Hilton then consented to Sobriety tests, which he performed poorly on. During a search of Hilton’s car, officers found an Angry Orchard Hard Cider bottle under the driver’s seat and some empty THC packaging. During a post-Miranda Warning, Hilton stated he had consumed 3 “vodka drinks” 45 minutes before officers found him. Terence Hilton was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
24-year-old Toni Akin and her husband, John Simmons, were involved in brutalizing dogs at Donna Drive on February 5th. Law enforcement received information that two dogs at Simmons’s residence on Donna Drive were getting abused. One of the two dogs is a husky mix breed named Bandida, which was said to have sustained tremendous injuries, causing the dog to be unresponsive but still conscious. The other dog is a pit bull named Hercules, who was said to have been hit in the head with a shovel by the owner, causing swelling, bruising, and bleeding. Officers made contact with Debra Sterback, who lived next door to Simmons. Sterback stated that she looked outside her bedroom window and saw Simmons dragging the husky out of the house on a leash and that the dog looked lifeless. Sterback also remarked that Simmons attached the leash to a lead and left the dog outside. Sterback then advised that she visually witnessed Simmons go towards the back of the house, retrieve a spaded shovel, walk towards the edge of the property where the pit bull was leashed, and then hit the dog on its head.
When officers observed the dogs, both showed evidence of injuries consistent with strikes on the head. Both dogs had welts and bruising on the top of their head, along with dried blood. An officer advised that the husky needed emergency medical attention immediately. Akin acknowledged this and left with Simmons and the dog, stating they would take it to Hillldale Veterinary Clinic. Law enforcement contacted all the local clinics in Montgomery County and found that no one had brought in a husky. Akin was contacted and asked whether or not the husky received care, and she told them that she had taken the husky to Belmont Veterinary Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. However, when law enforcement reached out to Belmont Veterinary Hospital, officers were told that no one had brought in a husky. Akin also refuses to provide animal control with any veterinary records or provide the husky for inspection…