Remember 22-year-old Dylan Kolenda, who in December drunkenly broke into his neighbor’s home, believing it was his own? He was charged with public intoxication at the time and released from custody. The homeowner, Gregory Brooks, then sought out an additional warrant for assault, which Kokend was booked on this week. Brooks says that during the interaction, Kolenda was hitting his TDOC-issued government vehicle. When confronted, he reportedly assaulted Brooks, who is a 240-pound security professional, leaving scratches on his face and an injury to his left leg. Brooks signed an affidavit, and a magistrate issued the private-prosecution warrant.
22-year-old Molina Rachel Iraldo called police on January 16 to have Ashley Turner escorted out of her apartment. Officers arrived and assisted as Turner was unable to prove residency. As Turner was exiting on her own accord, Molina aggressed toward her, and officers intervened before she could make contact. Molina then came outside, too, and began throwing Turner’s property around the area and causing a disturbance to the public. She refused commands to stop her behavior, and officers placed her in cuffs, detaining her for disorderly conduct. At that time, she turned toward Turn and spit on her, gaining her an additional charge for assault.
34-year-old Crystal Nicole Smith was driving on Tobacco Road in November when the car in front of her, driven by Brianne Gonzales, slowed down due to mechanical issues. As the first car arrived home and pulled into her driveway, Smith was still upset and raging about the car’s slow speed and pulled into the driveway behind Brianne, who was a stranger to her. She then began yelling and screaming from her road rage, and Brianne approached her vehicle and told her to leave the property. Crystal retrieved her peppers spray and spayed it out her window onto Brianne, covering her with it before fleeing the scene. A warrant was issued for her arrest, and she was booked on it this week.
Brandon Pulley is dead after police say he began an unprovoked attack on his mother, Connie Bearden. Her husband, Henry Bearden, attempted to defend his wife by restraining their adult son, which left him dead.
33-year-old Julieann Danielle Hutchens was arrested this week on an outstanding warrant charging her with assault. She is accused of “knocking her caregiver off her feet,” according to court documents. The caregiver, Chawanna Mockabee, says she disconnected the phone in the residence due to “non-authorized phone time,” resulting in Hutchens attacking her.
Melinda Sanchez says she was at Wolff Auto Sales on Providence Blvd when 45-year-old Brian Ray Wolff became argumentative with her and her husband. She says Wolff then pulled a gun and pointed it at the couple, then placed the gun on the table and physically assaulted Melinda, throwing her across the room. Wolff is charged with assault and is free on a $5,000 bond.
Giner Love was at the InTown Suites Sunday night with her 48-year-old son, Gary Dean Wright, as she watched Yellowstone and Gary drunkenly slept. Clarksville Police were called to the room for the report of a domestic disturbance and could hear yelling from outside the room as Gary called his mother derogatory names. Gary initially told police his mother had assaulted him but could not provide any details.
His mother told police she was watching her program when he woke up from a drunken sleep and slapped her in the face multiple times. Officers documented blood on bother sides of her nose from the assault.
32-year-old Katrina Ann Malone tried to forcibly get into the Arby’s on Fort Cambell Blvd, where manager Donna Sleeper was standing inside attempting to keep her out. The two had just been involved in an automobile accident on Fort Campbell Blvd, and both pulled into the parking lot, and Sleeper ran inside the building when Malone began yelling at her. Sleeper reportedly sustained scratches and bruising from the assault, and a warrant was issued for Malone’s arrest.
23-year-old Kaleb Smith is charged with the assault of a juvenile female inside a Clarksville McDonald’s on Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Police say video footage confirms the affidavit, which alleges Smith assaulted the juvenile co-worker by grabbing her by the wrists and dragging her across the floor of the restaurant.
Clarksville Police Officer Clint Sutton responded to Sleek Fox Drive on August 27th in response to a domestic dispute call. Michael Holguin reported he had been assaulted by his wife, 33-year-old Brittany Bandleton Holguin. He says Brittany pushed him, punched him in the chest and neck, bit him, and then stuck her fingers in his mouth. Officers documented multiple abrasions and injuries on the victim and took Brittany Holguin into custody, and transported her to booking.
Clarksville Police say 51-year-old Raymond Wright was driving behind another vehicle Wednesday morning on Kraft Street at 8:30 a.m. and began to honk his horn at the vehicle in front of him. He then passed the car, and the car was concerned about his road rage and followed Wright to the Kroger at Dover Crossing to record his tag information. Both cars arrived at the Kroger and pulled near each other, and a verbal argument started between the Wright and the two individuals in the other car. Wright is then alleged to have exited his vehicle and tapped on the other driver’s window with a knife with the blade open in what she perceived to be a threatening manner. Officers retrieved a knife matching the given description from Wright’s vehicle. He is charged with felony aggravated assault.
Police say 18-year-old Ta’Zaiah Juleiah Ann Fairrow began to punch the father of her child, Michael Scott, in the face three times while in the parking lot of Dodge’s convenience store on Fort Campbell Blvd on August 21st. As he exited his driver’s seat to get away from her attack, she climbed into the driver’s seat and drove the vehicle away. At the time of her arrest for this assault, she had an outstanding warrant charging her with the assault of a 16-year-old child at a Domino’s Pizza in February.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Brooke Kimbria Fletcher is charged with two counts of assault after a fight at the Waffle House on Fort Campbell Blvd. Victims Angel Sanders and Abramian Elayshia ‘Lay’ Majors both swore out warrants after being injured in the rumble. Both affidavits detail Fletcher grabbing their hair and punching and beating the victims, leaving them with several injuries, including swelling, scratches, and bruises. A second suspect is unnamed in the arrest warrant. (VIDEO IS #NSFW)
A Clarksville TikTok duo with around 5 million combined fans across their platforms each found themselves in a Clarksville, TN, jail this week, only hours apart. The former lovers, 21-year-old Giovanna Linda Marie Dalessandro & 20-year-old Avery Noverra Holt, who lived together at Kirkwood Place, recently broke up, and ‘Gio’ returned to Texas. This week Gio returned with a posse that included his mother and a diva with alleged brass knuckles to retrieve some of his belongings, and things quickly escalated, landing three people in jail after police say Gio brandished a handgun and Gio’s mother says she was assault by Avery.
42-year-old Clarksville business owner Nuno Resende (Nuno Ricardo Pereira Resende) is charged with the domestic assault of his mother-in-law, Maria White. Police say he was intoxicated and arguing when he began to throw things in the kitchen of his home. During the tantrum he demanded to hold his baby, so his wife and mother-in-law took the child and retreated to the master bedroom, locking the door behind them. They say Nuno kicked open the door and pushed his mother-in-law, Maria White, onto the bed during the assault.
When police responded to take him into custody it was discovered he also had an outstanding warrant for assault on another woman, Jenny Neves, from 2019. That warrant alleges he pushed her down onto the ground twice, causing injury to her, while at the SMIC, Inc. office address.
35-year-old Rachel Griggs is charged with the assault of her neighbor, Debbie Dabbs. Ms. Dabbs says she was sitting on her neighbor’s front porch on May 18th when Griggs came out of her front door carrying a pipe or bat and began yelling and screaming and cursing at the victim while threatening to cause bodily harm to her.
On March 29th, James Ball says he was outside of his apartment on Ringgold Road when he was approached by his neighbor, 44-year-old Daryl Coates. Coats reportedly pushed and poked Ball on his shoulder, arms, and chest, while threatening bodily harm. A complaint was taken, and an arrest warrant was issued, charging Coates with assault. Coates was served with the outstanding warrant on May 17th.
Amanda Tyra says she went next door to retrieve her dog from the yard of her neighbor on Lakeview Road, 34-year-old Brittney Howard. As she was leaving the yard, Howard came outside screaming and starting an argument. As Tyra was walking in the street, Howard followed her and threw a milkshake in her face, and punched her. Officers documented redness on Tyra’s face from what appeared to be an injury from an assault.
Clarksville Police got creative when they charged 27-year-old Paradise Arzelia Lorena Anderson with felony burglary on May 5th. Her ex-boyfriend says that on that day, he declined to let her pick up the child they have in common, and the argument quickly became physical. She reportedly forced open the door of his vehicle and attempted to remove the key from the ignition. During this attempt, she punched and scratched him multiple times, and officers documented scratches and a welt on his face from the assault. A warrant was issued for her arrest.
On April 21. 2022, School Resource Officers (SROs) responded to Glenellen Elementary School, 825 Needmore Road, Clarksville, TN, to investigate a physical assault against Mrs. Emily Clark, the school’s principal. The investigation included a review of the school surveillance cameras which identified the suspect as, Tandrea Laquise Sanders of Clarksville. She is free on a $5,000 bond.