20-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Allen Gurganus was at a party in the Dunbar Cave area on May 12, where he says he consumed “five to six beers” before leaving to attempt to drive back to base. As he drove away, he nearly struck another person’s vehicle with his Ford F-150, and that person alerted police, who quickly caught up with Gurganus a short distance away. As the officer followed Gurganus, he observed him swerving over the center line six times. He initiated a traffic stop and reports that Gurganus reeked of alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He later blew a 0.194% BAC on a breathalyzer.
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Soldier Robert Henson charged with DUI after leaving Dover Road Bar at 2 AM
35-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Robert Henson says he just left an Army “farewell party” at a bar on Dover Road when he was observed by police driving with no exterior lights on his truck. During the subsequent traffic stop, Henson reeked of alcohol as he spoke and was visibly intoxicated. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.
Soldier Eli Jeter charged in domestic assault of girlfriend while attempting to take her phone
19-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Eli Jeter was jailed on May 1 after police say he assaulted his ex-girlfriend, Lamarianna Scrivens. The two were reportedly in an argument while inside her car at the Bluffs over the Cumberland apartment complex. She called 911 to report he assaulted her and fled the complex. Officers were able to locate Jeter, who says they were arguing about ‘relationship issues,’ and he grabbed her by her shoulders and arms to pull her toward him in an attempt to take her cell phone out from her.
Fort Campbell’s Blake Wilson assaults wife; attacks family dog with Swiffer Sweeper
42-year-old Army Senior Operations Manager Blake Wilson was jailed on May 7, charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Heather Wilson. Police say an argument started after Blake attacked his wife’s emotional support dog with a Swiffer Sweeper, hitting the dog multiple times in what he called “punishment.” As she screamed for him to stop hitting the dog, he became angrier and reportedly raised his hand at his wife, placing her in immediate fear of being struck as he turned to face her with an open palm. Their juvenile daughter witnessed both assaults.
Fort Campbell soldier Tyler Garner charged in series of Walmart shoplifting incidents
22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Tyler Garner was jailed on May 3 on a series of outstanding warrants charging him with a plethora of shoplifting incidents at the Walmart on Wilma Rudolph Blvd in Clarksville. The incidents were on May 2, 2022: $43.28; May 10, 2022: $16.14; May 13, 2022: $85.93; May 31, 2022: $355.48; June 3, 2022: $11.89; and on June 17, 2022: $92.17… all totaling just over $600.
Fort Campbell soldier Clint Gardner charged in 2 a.m. DUI after crash
Police say 25-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Clint Gardner ran a red light in his red El Camino on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 2 a.m. on April 30 and struck another vehicle. He suffered injuries from the accident and was transported to the hospital for treatment. Gardner admitted to drinking prior to driving but would not elaborate on how much or how long before. He reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech, according to first responders.
Soldier Taylor Hanson “I had 8 Brigade Beers” before breaking sprinkler & flooding jail cell
25-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Taylor Hanson was jailed on May 2 after being found extremely intoxicated in a parking lot on Fort Campbell Blvd just after 1 a.m. He told police he consumed “8 Brigade Beers” prior to their interaction. Officers attempted to place him into custody, but he actively resisted arrest and had to be taken to the ground to gain compliance. While in a holding cell at booking, Hanson destroyed the sprinkler in his cell, causing water to rush throughout the facility. He was additionally charged with vandalism of critical infrastructure..
Fort Campbell soldier Brandon Campbell faces 2nd DUI charge
27-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Brandon Campbell was traveling southbound on Fort Campbell Blvd at 1 a.m. on May 1 with no visible tail lights. An officer conducted a traffic stop, during which Campbell reportedly reeked of alcohol. He had trouble standing and had slurred speech during the interaction. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking, after a blood draw. Campbell has a prior conviction for DUI on Fort Campbell from February of 2021.
Soldier Isileli Rivas charged with firing shots out truck window at stranger
21-year-old Isileli Rivas, a Fort Campbell soldier, was jailed on May 1 after police say he fired shots from a vehicle on Brady Drive near Dover Road. Leonard Coleman told police the Ford F-250 which was driven by Paul Allen, and was pulling a trailer, was firing multiple shots out the window at various places and at him. Officers located the truck, which was also occupied by passenger Tyler Ready. A pistol was located in the vehicle, along with another firearm and spent shell casings. All three were transported to the station and during an interview, both Allen and Ready stated that Rivas just started shooting from the back seat as they were traveling.
DUI: Soldier Colby Taylor-Hill crashes into another car, leaves the scene
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Colby Taylor-Hill crashed into another vehicle on the evening of April 27 on Fort Campbell Blvd and initially fled the scene, leaving the car damaged. A few minutes later, while police were out with the impacted vehicle, Colby called 911 to say he was in an accident and agreed to meet at the nearby store. Officers say he reeked of alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He later blew a 0.128% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Soldier Michael Krusenoski charged with DUI while driving white Dodge Charger
Police observed 23-year-old Soldier Michael Krusenoski swerving in and out of lanes from Providence Boulevard to Fort Cambell Boulevard near Old Mill Road, where they pulled him over for a traffic stop. As he stepped out of his white Dodge Charger, police saw the visible indicators of intoxication and could smell alcohol coming from his body. He slurred his speech as he consented to perform sobriety tests and later blew a .171 BAC on the breathalyzer.
Soldier Justin Cruz blows 0.146% BAC on breathalyzer after 2 a.m. DUI
26-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Justin Cruz was jailed on April 30th after police observed him swerving on Fort Campbell in his white Honda Civic. After police pulled him over, they could smell alcohol coming from the vehicle and noted his red, glossy, bloodshot eyes. Cruz agreed to field sobriety tests and performed poorly. At booking, he blew 0.146% BAC on a breathalyzer. Cruz has no prior DUI history.
Soldier Eddie Brown pulled his penis out in front of magistrate and urinated on floor after arrest
A patron of the troubled Electric Cowboy flagged down nearby police in the early morning hours of April 30 to report his friend, 22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Eddie Brown, was about to drive away after drinking heavily, and they were unable to stop him. Officers located Brown in his Nissan Sentra after he drove up beside them as they were searching for him in the parking lot. He admitted, through slurred words, that he had been drinking prior to driving. Inside his Sentra, officers found two open bottles of Seagram’s Escapes Italian Ice alcoholic drinks. Brown had a mouth full of chewing tobacco, which he was ordered to spit out before being placed into the patrol car.
Brown waited until he was in the back of the patrol car and then spit it up onto the back seat. Not quite finished, Brown then pulled his penis from his pants and doused the rear of the patrol car in urine. Once at booking, while standing at the magistrate’s window, Brown recreated the scene from the car and once again pulled out his penis and urinated all over the floor. A the time of his arrest, Brown was out on bond from a February DUI arrest.
Fort Campbell soldier Kenley Chadwick charged in 4 AM DUI after “one beer”
Police say 22-year-old Soldier Kenley Chadwick ran through a red light on Madison Street just before 4 a.m. on April 23. A traffic stop was conducted, and he was observed to be visibly intoxicated and reeking of alcohol. He stated he had “one beer” earlier in the evening and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was transported to booking and charged with driving under the influence after a brief stop at Sango ER for a blood draw.
Soldier Kenneth McCormack flees from police on his motorcycle just before 3 a.m.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Kenneth McCormack was jailed on April 9th after taking off on the police when they tried to pull him over for speeding on his motorcycle. An officer saw McCormack going 67 mph on Dover Road at 2:40 a.m. When the officer turned on his lights and siren, McCormack sped off trying to avoid being pulled over. The Officer turned off his emergency equipment and saw McCormack pull into Mr. Billy’s Bar and go inside. The officer followed and was able to identify McCormack by his clothing. He would not give the officer his Driver’s License, but he was able to be identified by cross-referencing from a prior incident on his motorcycle within the city.
Soldier Fanoula Fanoula drunkenly assaults employee of troubled Electric Cowboy bar
27-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Fanoula Fanoula was in a fight with an employee of the troubled Electric Cowboy bar just before 1 a.m. on April 16. Clarksville police arrived to find Fanoula still screaming and highly intoxicated. He had assaulted an employee and refused to calm down. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.