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.
44-year-old Katy Hartsgrove Phillips, who was the Northwest High School Valedictorian in 1995 and was honored by the 99th Tennessee General Assembly, which declared her “display of intellectual prowess and inner drive surely bodes well for her future success,” was charged with DUI this week after crashing the vehicle she was driving at Madison & Maple Street. Responding officers say she was unable to stand without swaying and reeked of alcohol when they arrived at 7:01 p.m. Phillips refused field sobriety tests but consented to a blood draw for testing.
Police responded to a domestic disturbance call on Tylertown Road to find Amanda Rose in the roadway attempting to get away from her husband, 28-year-old Tyler Rose. She told police Tyler punched her in the face with his fist and then dragged her by her hair down the gravel driveway. She says he then broke her phone when she attempted to call 911 for help. Officers documented multiple injuries on the victim, including to her face, hands, elbows, knees, and back. Tyler denied anything physical occurred.
Police say 30-year-old Robert Price sent a message via social media to a Clarksville woman, at which time she reportedly thanked him for complimenting her, but requested that there be no further communication from him. There were 24 further consecutive messages to the victim until he was blocked from messaging her. The victim says Price then came to her place of employment on 3 separate occasions over a one-week period, but made no purchases and had no other reason to be on the property, causing her to be in further fear and distress. Police charged Price with stalking, and he’s free on a $500 bond.
51-year-old Matthew Anderson was charged with carrying a firearm on the school property of Tennessee College of Applied Technology’s (TCAT) Clarksville Campus. The incident occurred on April 12th, when staff alerted police when they noticed him with the gun. Anderson had secured the firearm in his vehicle before police arrived, and admitted to carrying it on campuses during an interview, stating it was “a mistake”. Police seized the weapon as evidence and took Anderson into custody.
Police say 34-year-old Arik Browning was driving on Providence Blvd but was swerving so badly that at one point he approached the sidewalk. He reportedly smelled of alcohol, and performed poorly on field sobriety tests, including the lack of smooth pursuit in both eyes. He told officers he was “too f*-ked up to drive” citing a 2011 TBI. An open can of Blue Moon Belgian White Ale was located in the vehicle, and he eventually blew a 0.148% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Sean Bronaugh says he was awoken from his sleep around 7 a.m. on March 27th, as his wife, 31-year-old Jasmine Bronaugh, returned home from Fort Bragg and began to hit him in the face, upset that she believed he was cheating and had thrown a party in her absence. She ran upstairs with his phone and locked herself in a bathroom. Sean broke through the door in an effort to retrieve his phone, and the couple began “wrestling around with each other” according to an arrest warrant. Both parties would be jailed for domestic assault.
25-year-old Joseph Daniels was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant from 2021, charging him with harassment of another man, Kenneth Klein. Klein had been in touch with the security company owned by Daniels, Cobra Special Response Team, about being owed money. During one of the interactions, Daniels reportedly threatened to kill Klein, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
46-year-old Steven Tran is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Ngoc Pham, who told police the couple had an argument that became physical when he held her against their refrigerator by her throat. She says he repeatedly assaulted her until she fell to the floor.
23-year-old 1-33 CAV War Rakkasan Cole Allen Hager is charged with slapping his wife in the face after she threatened to leave and go to a friend’s home because he was berating her and calling her derogatory names. She was still afraid when police arrived and asked to be transported elsewhere to write a statement.
Police say 35-year-old Shemiko Harris was in an argument with her husband, Darius Dimitri Hassell, over “marital issues” when she suddenly took a silver pocket knife and pointed it at his face and head, demanding that he leave the residence. She reportedly continued to point the knife at him until he packed his belongings.
CPD Officer Justin Bolden responded to Victory Road just before 6 a.m. on February 20th, where 40-year-old Ryeojin Cheon had crashed her vehicle into a tree. She reportedly reeked of alcohol and performed poorly on all field sobriety tests. She is charged with DUI.
38-year-old Elizabeth ‘Beth’ Ohlschwager called 911 to report her husband, Jeremy Ohlschwager, had pushed her to the ground during an argument on Valentine’s Day and then left the scene. Police arrived and interviewed Beth, and Jeremy soon returned to the residence. He explained the couple had an argument about a phone and she bit him on the wrist. As he attempted to retreat to prevent any further escalation, she fell to the ground after biting him. Police documented a fresh bite mark injury to Jeremy’s wrist. Now that officers had the full story, they took Beth into custody, and she spent Valentine’s night in jail.
36-year-old Ashraf Yasin, the co-founder of Crossroads Counseling Service in Clarksville, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail this week after his next-door neighbor, Quentin Bell, reportedly presented video footage of Yasin walking up to his 2008 Toyota Sequoia and puncturing the passenger side tire, resulting in $375 in damage.
32-year-old Philip Thomas faces multiple charges after first responders pulled him from his crashed vehicle just after 9 p.m. Saturday. He rolled the 2013 GMC pickup after striking a guard rail, according to authorities, who found an open 1.75 L bottle of Maker’s Mark with only 1/4th of the whisky still in the bottle. Thomas, who had urinated on himself, told police had only had “one drink” at a friend’s house earlier.
54-year-old Kam Sing Lung is charged with the assault of 31-year-old Tamesha Mae Harris, who says Lung grabbed her by the shirt and ripped some hair out of her head as she was attempting to close the door.
24-year-old Chancellor Harrison Phillips is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Heidi Phillips. She left the house and arrived at Clarksville Police headquarters to report the couple had been in an argument of the discipline of their 2-year-old son when she says Harrison balled his fist and aggressively stated he hoped she wasn’t pregnant, or else he would knock the baby out of her.
She recounted this is how prior assaults began so she fled the residence.
26-year-old Alyssa Huffman was booked into the Montgomery County Jail after her boyfriend says the couple was driving on Ashland City Rd / 41-A Bypass and she punched him in the right side of his face. They pulled into the Marathon gas station, where police made contact and took her into custody.
She is charged with domestic assault and is free on a $500 cash bond.