18-year-old Dillon Robert Kane Duke was identified by “several family members” as being the person who broke into a home less than a block away from his own on Jan 23. Joshua Williams and Franqui Nicolis provided police with a home security video that showed a young white male in a hoodie taking things from their home, and several of his family members quickly identified him, leading to a warrant being issued for his arrest.
20-year-old Willie Earl Luckett was charged with aggravated burglary, driving without a license, no insurance, and two counts of felony possession of schedule I drug with intent to sell on December 29th after allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend the day before. According to police, Shatroy Williams woke up on December 28th to her ex-boyfriend Willie Luckett standing over her, grabbing her by the hair and hitting her on the head several times before grabbing her neck until she “felt his nails digging into her skin around her throat”. Shatroy told police she couldn’t breathe but didn’t lose consciousness and when she tried to get up he pushed her down onto the bed again before leaving.
Police say 23-year-old Nathalie Cristle Araujo Salazar arrived at the home of the mother of her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend, demanding to speak to see the father of her child. She repeatedly knocked on the door, causing alarm to the ex-girlfriend’s mother. The mother partially opened the door, and Nathalie crossed the threshold and charged through the doorway in an “assaultive manner.” The mother shoved her backward, pushing her down the stairs in front of the residence. Nathalie Araujo Salazer is charged with felony aggravated burglary.
22-year-old Chase Clark is charged with felony aggravated burglary after his ex-girlfriend, Athena Souza-Gaiski, says she came home around 2 a.m. Sunday to find her house vandalized. Police noted food was thrown all around the kitchen, the glass on the back door was broken out, and other items were thrown throughout the home. She immediately suspected her ex as the suspect and relayed that to police. A neighbor had also noticed Clark at the residence around midnight. Officers say Clark moved out over a month ago and no longer had access to the home since moving back with his mother.
Kelsey Stewart says her boyfriend of over a year, 20-year-old Kylan Deanglo Roberts, barged into her Castle Heights dorm room at APSU just before midnight on September 28th in front of multiple witnesses. She says he pushed and strangled her around the room, then took her car keys and fled the floor.
Michael Ostrawski says he and his girlfriend returned to his home just before 5 p.m. on July 30th and found his door had been pried open and the frame was broken. A review of the home found approximately $4,000 in cash was missing from a dresser drawer, among others that had been opened and searched. He noted that 26-year-old Weston Ellis Stephens was the only other person to know the location of his cash stash as he’s often loaned him money in the past. Ironically, he had not heard from Stephens in several months until that day, when Stephens called him while he was out with his girlfriend, around 1:30 p.m. During the investigation, Weston stated he had been at his own home all day. Security footage was obtained from the victim’s building which showed Weston Stephens and another white male at the location.
VIDEO: 47-year-old Rebecca Dipman is free on a $5,000 bond after she was charged with aggravated burglary when she stormed into a neighbor’s home demanding that she take down a Facebook post and then punched her in the face multiple times.
In January, Clarksville Police responded to an assault in progress on Victory Road. A woman told police that 22-year-old Dimeneshia Carter and Eirneschia Carter appears at her door knocking and demanding to be let in. As she opened the door to tell them to leave, Dimeneshia reportedly reached in and punched the victim in the face. The resident was able to shut the door before the assault continued further, and the two fled. Dimeneshia was booked into jail on the open warrant on Monday, charged with felony aggravated burglary. The argument was reportedly over clothing.
Dejah Blackwell and Tyler Tornay say they were sitting on the couch in a residence on Stone Mountain Road on New Year’s Eve when they heard a car horn and suddenly the front door of the home flew open. They say 24-year-old David Samy, who is Blackwell’s ex-boyfriend, appeared without notice or invitation and began to beat Tyler in the face with his fists. Samy pushed Blackwell down into a table and tossed her phone when she tried to stop the assault and attempted to call police.
A warrant was issued for Samy’s arrest, as he fled the scene, and he was booked on the outstanding warrants for felony burglary of a habitation, domestic assault, and interference with an emergency call this week. He posted an $8,000 cash bond and was released.