Rajun Hubbard breaks into homes and douses himself with water from sinks

21-year-old Rajun Hubbard was jailed on August 21st after police responded to a breaking and entering call on Rossview Road. Victim 1 told police that she heard a crash and then heard yelling from downstairs. When she went downstairs to investigate, she saw a man. Victim 2 then came downstairs to try to calm Mr. Hubbard down. Both victims stated that Mr. Hubbard started screaming and banged his fists on the stove before spraying himself with the kitchen faucet to cool himself off. After all the chaos, Mr. Hubbard abruptly ran out of the house. When the police arrived, they observed the door knocked off the hinges.

There was another report of breaking and entering that same day on Fairview Lane. The complainant advised that Mr. Hubbard broke the back door to get in and left the faucet running outside of the sink, causing flooding to the bottom floor of the apartment. The estimated total in damages was $1,300. When the officers arrived, they observed Mr. Hubbard on the ground with multiple lacerations surrounded by broken glass next to the back door.

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Kiarah Slaughter charged in assault of wife during argument

23-year-old Kiarah Slaughter was jailed on August 19th after assaulting her wife at their home on King Road. Police spoke with Paola Gonzales, who stated that her wife came upstairs into her room without permission and began to argue about a prior domestic assault that happened earlier that night. While they spoke about the incident, tensions began to rise, and Slaughter pushed Gonzales onto the bed, where they began to wrestle. Gonzales then grabbed her phone and called 911.

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DUI: Soldier Dylan Soifua charged after using alcohol & Hydrocodone

23-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Dylan Soifua was jailed on August 19th when police pulled over a white sedan with Missouri tags after they observed it swerving in and out of lanes on Fort Campbell Boulevard. When police made contact with Soifua, he smelled strongly of alcohol and had bloodshot, watery eyes. He admitted to drinking alcohol an hour before driving. He also stated that he was taking his prescribed hydrocodone. Soifua consented to a sobriety test but performed poorly and was transported to Sango ER for a blood draw.

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Deshawn Allen pulls gun & threatens to kill girlfriend for ‘playing with his feelings’

23-year-old Deshawn Allen was jailed on August 18th after threatening his fiancée with a gun when he saw text messages from another man in her phone. Jaden Shelby Wall reported to the Sheriff’s Office that on the night of August 13th, She and Allen got into an argument about the text message, and it turned violent when he snatched her into the bedroom by her arms. She jerked to get away from him, and he shoved her with both hands on the bed. Ms. Wall rolled off the bed onto the floor to try to get away from him, but he pulled out a loaded Glock 19 with a 30-round magazine from his backpack and stood over her. While Allen was aiming the gun at Ms. Wall, he told her he was going to kill her for cheating on him and playing with his feelings. Ms. Wall began to cry and begged him to put the gun down. She believed she was going to be shot to death.

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Gaige Wagoner charged in assault of father over rent money

24-year-old Gaige Wagoner was jailed on August 18 after someone reported an elderly man who appeared to have been in a fight. Police responded and spoke with Cameron Wagoner, who stated that he and his son got into a physical altercation over rent. Cameron had significant bruising and lacerations to his face and blood on his shirt. When police questioned Gaige about the incident, he advised that he and his father were having an argument until his father tried to “swing” at him. Due to the significant injuries, Gaige was determined to be the primary aggressor.

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Kira Chrishanna Pace hits man with her car, follows him through multiple yards in chase

32-year-old Kira Pace was jailed on August 15th after hitting her friend with her car on Amber Court. Police spoke with Keyon Bacon, who said he and Pace were in a heated argument inside her car until she began to hit and scratch him. According to Kenyon, he got out of the car once Pace assaulted him, and she drove into him and chased him with her car through multiple yards in the cul de sac before leaving the scene. Kenyon further explained that he and Pace are just friends and do not live together or have a sexual relationship.

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Michael Olds lies to police about his name; could have walked away freely

32-year-old Michael Olds was jailed on August 20th after police responded to a call for service on Providence Boulevard. Olds identified himself as Michael Buddy and told police he didn’t know his birthday. He was given several opportunities to properly identify himself and was informed of Tennessee’s law regarding criminal impersonation, but he continued to claim his name was Michael Buddy. Olds was taken into custody and his real identity was discovered later. He stated that has three minor children that are in the custody of their mother Amber Watkins.

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Angel Peña flips vehicle, flees on foot to his home to hide

22-year-old Angel Peña was jailed on August 20th after flipping his vehicle on Tobacco Road and then running to his house on Sturdivant Drive. When police showed up at Peña’s house explaining that they found multiple empty containers of alcohol in his vehicle, he wasn’t making much sense but managed to admit that the accident occurred because he had been drinking Vodka and also had some beers. Peña struggled to walk to the patrol vehicle on his own, where he was then transported to Tennova ER to be medically cleared for booking.

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Jarvin Jackson face down and covered in vomit at troubled Electric Cowboy

33-year-old Jarvin Jackson was jailed on August 20th after police heard a car horn honking in the back of the troubled Electric Cowboy parking lot while patrolling the area. They found Jackson passed out in the driver’s seat with his head hung, pressing the car horn. He had vomited on himself and appeared to have urinated on himself as well. When police woke him, he slurred words about his wife being on her way, but the number he dialed went straight to voicemail. For his safety, he was placed into custody and transported to Montgomery County jail.

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Makhere Benson assaults girlfriend while eating at Old Chicago in Clarksville

24-year-old Makhere Benson was jailed on August 20th when police responded to Wilma Rudolph Boulevard after speaking with Alexie Brodie, who said while out eating dinner, they got into an argument. Ms. Brodie asked him to leave the restaurant, but Benson refused to leave. Christopher Poitevint, the manager of Old Chicago, stated that he observed Mr. Benson grab Ms. Brodie by her neck. When officers arrived on the scene, both parties were outside of the restaurant arguing. Officers observed Ms. Brodie yell “stop” toward Mr. Benson and witnessed him push and hit her.

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Soldier Jacob Liekhus charged with DUI after leaving Electric Cowboy club

21-year-old Jacob ‘Jake’ Liekhus was jailed on August 12th after police observed a black Ford F-150 swerving in and out of lanes on Fort Campbell Boulevard. They initiated a traffic stop and immediately noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from Liekhus. Officers observed him to have slurred speech as he explained that he had been drinking at the troubled Electric Cowboy club. When police asked Liekhus to step out of the vehicle, he replied, “I’m going to let you know I’m pretty intoxicated.” Officers asked him how drunk he was, and he responded, “7 out of 10.” Liekhus consented to sobriety testing, performed poorly, and was taken into custody. He blew a 0.158% BAC on a breathalyzer. Liekhus lists his place of employment as B Company, 3-187 Infantry, Iron Rakkasans.

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DUI: Garret Knight crashes in parking lot of Electric Cowboy bar

22-year-old Garret Knight was booked on August 12th after police responded to a crash at the troubled Electric Cowboy bar. Police could smell alcohol coming from him, and Knight told them he had 2-3 beers and was just trying to leave, but he turned the wheel too soon and hit the parked GMC pickup truck next to him. He performed poorly on sobriety tests and blew a 0.150% BAC on a breathalyzer.

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Nalayah Barker jail on $3K bond after found high on marijuana in public

20-year-old Nalayah Barker was jailed on August 11th after police responded to the Red Roof Inn for a report of a woman trying to get into someone’s car. When police arrived, they observed Barker trying to open a car door and a man trying to stop her. They asked her what was going on as she swayed back and forth, mumbling. They noticed her pupils were dilated and asked if there was anyone they could call to pick her up, to which she replied, “It’s hot.” Police also noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from her and determined she was a danger to herself and the public. Ms. Barker was taken into custody and searched. Marijuana was found on her person.

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Steven Gonzales says he had “a few drinks” before crashing on Dunbar Cave Road

31-year-old Steven Gonzales was jailed on August 7th after crashing on Dunbar Cave Road. Police responded to the crash and immediately noticed that Gonzales was intoxicated. The odor of alcohol was coming off his body, and he couldn’t stand on his feet. He admitted to having a few drinks before driving. He was transported to Tennova to be medically cleared before being taken to Montgomery County Jail.

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Jeremiah Carter drunk and disorderly at the Days Inn

26-year-old Jeremiah Carter was booked on August 9th after police found him outside the Days Inn in North Clarksville drunk and possibly high on narcotics. He was unsteady on his feet, had bloodshot eyes, and slurred when he spoke. Carter was a public nuisance and a danger to others by threatening a woman who was sitting in her vehicle. He admitted to drinking alcohol, and officers located 3.3 grams of marijuana in his pocket.

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Olivia Allen charged with hitting her mother during custody dispute over a child

22-year-old Olivia Allen was jailed on August 9th for hitting her mother when she suggested going to court over a child custody matter. Police responded to Springlot Road and spoke with Allen’s mother, who is the victim, and her father, the witness. They stated that earlier that morning, Olivia had hit her mother in the back of the head. Olivia admitted to hitting her mother and explained it was because she got frustrated when her mother said they could go to court over her child, knowing Olivia didn’t have the money for court.

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Lacie Reynolds said she “had to go!” and fled after hitting another vehicle

32-year-old Lacie Reynolds was booked last week on an outstanding warrant from April when she caused an accident on Fort Campbell Boulevard and fled the scene. Lacresha Locke was the driver of the vehicle that was hit by Reynold’s blue Honda Accord in front of the Taco Bell. After the collision, Locke and the other vehicle pulled into the parking lot; Reynolds got out and told Locke “not to call the police.” She then ran in the direction of Bank of America.

There was another female on the scene named Ginger Johnson, who told police that her daughter was the driver during the accident and told her she “had to go” after the crash. Contact wasn’t able to be made with Reynolds, but after police ran her name, they discovered she was driving on a revoked license. Her driver’s license was revoked due to her driving on a suspended license.

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Kimberly Ramey jailed after hit-and-run; her daughter turned her in

55-year-old Kimberly Ramey was booked last week on an outstanding warrant from May when she hit and injured another driver on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. The victim Ms. Lisa McMurtry went to the police station and pointed out Brenaia Ramey in a photo lineup. Police contacted Brenaia, who stated she was indeed a passenger at the time of the collision, but her mother, Kimberly, was the driver. It was determined the vehicle left the scene prior to any parties exchanging information or contacting police. It was later discovered through NCIC that Kimberly was driving with a suspended license.

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Aaron Scott jailed after attempting to pass fake $100 bill at Governor’s Square Mall

29-year-old Aaron Scott was jailed on August 10th after attempting to purchase merchandise from Dicks Sporting Goods with a counterfeit 100-dollar bill. The complainant provided police with a picture of Scott, and he was positively identified at another store in the mall. He admitted to trying to use the bill and stated that the store wouldn’t take it. The cashier advised Scott that he was attempting to use a counterfeit bill, yet Scott continued to try to use the bill at Box Lunch and JC Penny after the initial incident at Dick’s Sporting Goods. All three stores refused the bill advising it was fake.

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