32-year-old Nathan Ip was jailed on July 23rd after multiple reports of a Silver Dodge Challenger bearing Indiana tags driving erratically, swerving, and weaving all over the road on I-24 from miles 31 through 13. Police found and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and were immediately able to tell that Mr. IP was extremely intoxicated. He performed poorly on all field sobriety tests and blew a 0.246% BAC on a breathalyzer.
30-year-old Jessica Sullens told THP Trooper Brian Gleen that she had “four beers” at the troubled Electric Cowboy bar in Clarksville Friday night before he pulled her over just after 3 a.m. Saturday. He says she was swerving and could not maintain a lane of travel on Madison Street. Though she reeked of alcohol, the Trooper noted she was jittery, fidgeting, and hyper, and suspected she was also under the influence of a stimulant. After a blood draw, she was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
24-year-old Romereo Shamburger was driving a Chrysler 300 on Hwy 236 with a headline out in the early hours of February 4. THP Trooper Brian Glenn conducted a traffic stop and immediately noticed his bloodshot eyes and a scale in the floorboard. Shamburger volunteered 4.4 grams of marijuana to the Trooper and said he keeps the scale so he doesn’t get scammed when buying it. Not knowing when to shut up, Shamburger told the Trooper that he had just quit smoking today, but prior to today, he “would smoke three times a day, in the morning, lunch break, and after work, and rolls approximately .5 grams of marijuana into black and mild cigars and smokes them.”
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Michael Timothy East says he was drinking at the troubled Electric Cowboy bar in Clarksville Friday night and into the early hours of Saturday morning. As he left, he was driving in front of THP Trooper Brian Glenn on 41-A, who says he was weaving while driving a white Chevy Silverado at 3:23 a.m. East performed poorly on field sobriety tests and later blew a 0.105% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Police say 25-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Mason Gunner Aydelott was pulled over Saturday night for failing to maintain his lane of travel on Riverside Drive in Clarksville. When asked about his obvious alcohol usage, Aydelott stated he had “five or six” alcoholic drinks at Nudie’s Bar in Nashville prior to driving. He further stated he should not have been driving, felt “buzzed,” and considered himself a “3” when asked how drunk he was on a scale of 1-10. He was transported to booking and charged with DUI.