Police say 21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Hunter Crum was at Rookies Sports Bar and after about 4 drinks got into an argument with a female, and decided to leave the bar in an attempt to de-escalate the disagreement. As he got into his vehicle to leave, he damaged her car when attempting to back out of a parking spot. Officers located him sitting at the bar and he was charged with DUI. He blew a 0.157% BAC on a breathalyzer.
25-year-old Jonathan Collier was the driver of a vehicle owned by Maurice Stegall, who was riding in the backseat, with Tad Wilkinson in the front passenger seat. When police stopped the vehicle due to both tail lights not functioning, everyone denied ownership of a backpack in the backseat which contained marijuana, scales, baggies, and cigarillos. Collier is one of the three now charged with felony drug possession with intent to distribute, and is free on a $26,000 bond. Collier & Wilkinson work for ‘Casino Handyman’, a company owned by Maurice Stegall.
34-year-old Ricky Grundy is charged with aggravated assault after his girlfriend, Johanna Guadalupe, says an argument between the couple became physical when he grabbed her by the neck, lifting her up, and forcing her to the floor of the living room while keeping his hands around her neck to restrict her breathing. She says he slammed her into multiple pieces of furniture before eventually letting her go, at which time she called 911 and he fled the residence.
After nearly a 7-year wait, 28-year-old Marquis Moultrie is in the Montgomery County Jail, charged with the 2015 aggravated robbery of Sam’s Discount Tobacco. Police say he forced his way inside while carrying a pistol, injuring the store owner. He threw the register to the ground when he couldn’t get the cables free to flee with it. After fleeing to South Carolina in 2015, he faced new charges and a prison sentence there for pointing and presenting a firearm, petit larceny, assault and battery 1st degree, burglary 1st degree, burglary 2nd degree, grand larceny, probation violation, failure to stop for blue lights and fleeing to evade arrest. He was eventually arrested in South Carolina in September of 2018 on all of those warrants.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier William Cooper was found extremely intoxicated with soiled clothing at 4:45 a.m. Saturday, wandering through a neighborhood on Sandpiper Drive. And officer notes he had a “pungent smell” about him and neighbors reported he had attempted to enter random vehicles and multiple addresses, not knowing where he was at.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Corbin Chenoweth Bailey was so intoxicated at the Electric Cowboy he was asked to leave by security. Despite attempting to get him to call a friend or rideshare, he insisted on getting in his car. Police arrived to attempt to get him to find an alternate way home, and noticed he had already vomited beside his car, and refused to exit the vehicle. After an extended period of time, he exited and they attempted to get him to find an alternate way to get home. He still refused, and when they told him they’d have to take him into custody for public intoxication, he backed up against a wall to prevent officers from cuffing him.
22-year-old Mariah Irvine was stopped on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 4 a.m. due to a tag that expired in November of 2021. As Officer Marcus Lax spoke with her, he says he could smell alcohol coming from the car, and suspected she was driving under the influence. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and blew a 0.142% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Clarksville Police say 26-year-old Adryan Collins wrecked his white Scion into a ditch just moments after a citizen had reported his reckless driving to police. He admitted he had been drinking prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was booked into jail, charged with DUI.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Javis Danielly was jailed on two separate DUI charges in the span of 9 days. On February 19th, police responded to Hookah21 at 2 a.m. where he crashed his car after drinking 1 beer and 1 shot of liquor. He was jailed and released on a $2,500 bond. On February 27, Danielly consumed 3 shots of Hennessy before crashing into another vehicle on Fort Campbell Blvd at 4:20 p.m. on a Sunday and was freed on a new $5,000 bond.
36-year-old Franklin Deshaun Carroll was jailed after the grandmother of his child, Cheryl Huntley, reported he was trying to take the child without permission. She says he was inches away from her face while yelling and jabbed his finger into her chest. She was in fear she was going to be further assaulted.
On March 1st, at approximately 11:54 pm, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a shooting in progress call at Walmart, 1680 Ft. Campbell Blvd. At 12:11 am, officers located the suspect, 42-year-old Christopher Clark (white male), coming out of the woods behind Planet Fitness, 1600 Ft. Campbell Blvd. Clark was taken into custody without incident. The victim has been identified as 55-year-old William Eakes Jr. (white male). At this time there is no known connection between Clark and Eakes.
28-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Benjamin Kern is charged with stalking his estranged wife using an Apple AirTag placed inside the car seat of their child to track her whereabouts. During an interview with police, Kern admitted to placing the AirTag in the car seat. There was an existing military order of protection in place at the time of the incident.
31-year-old Greyson Dean-Poirer was being transported by medics on February 10th and consented to a search by Clarksville Police. Officers located a small clear baggie containing crystal methamphetamine. Officers also located a second baggie containing meth inside a cigarette pack which Dean-Poirer had discarded nearby.
Police say 27-year-old Tyler Digangi and his child’s mother, Taylor Yeager, were in an argument when he suddenly clenched both fists and came at her in an aggressive manner from across the room while telling her to “shut the F— Up!”. He broke several pieces of small furniture as he raged across the room, placing her in imminent fear of being injured. She told police this was almost a daily occurrence.
18-year-old Tiffany Brewer is charged with the domestic assault of her stepmother, Marilyn Jones. Jones reported her stepdaughter “struck her on the hand” while she was on the phone during an argument. A Sheriff’s deputy took Brewer into custody after she admitted to striking her, and also documented a red mark on the victim’s left hand. She remains jailed in lieu of a $250 bond, five days after her arrest.
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.
28-year-old Brandon Bassett is jailed in lieu of a $250,000 bond after being indicted by the Montgomery County Grand Jury on 5 counts of aggravated sexual battery of a victim under 13 years of age. The incidents occurred on five days in October of 2020 when the victim was 11-years-old.
24-year-old Tad Wilkinson was riding as the front seat passenger of a vehicle owned by Maurice Stegall, and driven by Jonathan Collier. When police stopped the vehicle due to both tail lights not functioning, everyone denied ownership of a backpack in the backseat which contained marijuana, scales, baggies, and cigarillos. Wilkinson is one of the three now charged with felony drug possession with intent to distribute, and is free on a $26,000 bond. Collier & Wilkinson work for ‘Casino Handyman’, a company owned by Maurice Stegall.
34-year-old Orlandes Maurice Stegall was riding as backseat passenger of his vehicle, which was being driven by Jonathan Collier, with Tad Wilkinson in the front passenger seat. When police stopped the vehicle due to both tail lights not functioning, everyone denied ownership of a backpack in the backseat which contained marijuana, scales, baggies, and cigarillos. Stegall is one of the three now charged with felony drug possession with intent to distribute, and is free on a $12,000 bond. Wilkinson and Collier, who both work for Stegall’s company ‘Casino Handyman’, are free on $26,000 bonds each, for the same charges.
Less than two months after getting married, Clarksville Police say 19-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Amelia Schlosser pushed her wife, Isabella Lee, late Monday night at their apartment in front of a group of witnesses. While there were approximately five different versions of events from five different people, every version included Amelia pushing Isabella after the verbal argument escalated. Police took Schlosser into custody, charging her with domestic assault.