Clarksville Police responded to a reckless driving call on and found 29-year-old Clarksville flutist Tamara Deichert behind the wheel of a silver Subaru SUV crossing over the lanes of travel. A traffic stop was conducted, during which Deichert agreed to perform field sobriety tests, on which she performed poorly. She would later blow a 0.115% BAC on a breathalyzer.
22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jeremiah Ray was jailed this week after Clarksville Police Officer Rosa Hyatt let herself into his apartment after a neighbor called to complain they could hear a couple fighting inside. Officer Hyatt says no one was answering the door for her, so after she heard a female yelling and a loud noise she let herself inside the home after realizing the door was unlocked. As she opened the door and announced herself, Lela Perry approached the door as she continued yelling at her husband, Jeremiah Ray. She insisted the argument was only verbal, however, Officer Hyatt says she observed a “hand imprint” on Perry, and Perry insisted it was her own. Jeremiah Ray says the argument began over social media and led to wrestling, and admitted he made a “slap mark” on his wife. With that admission, he was taken into custody and charged with domestic violence.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier with the fresh hair, Daniel Casabona, was found standing in the middle of the roadway at Cummingham Ln / Armistead Drive just before 5 p.m. heavily intoxicated. As police went to check on him they observed him to be unsteady on his feet and reeking of alcohol. Casabona admitted to drinking beer prior to walking, and police determined it was unsafe for him to continue walking on his journey due to his level of intoxication.
34-year-old Richard Lamb crashed his vehicle at the Electric Cowboy and was reported to be intoxicated. Officers arrived at the wrecked Lexus and found Lamb to have slurred speech, watery eyes, and obviously intoxicated. He admitted to drinking prior to driving.
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 met with Alana Blaylock Roberts at the WoodSpring Suites where she reported her husband, 21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Garrett Roberts, or ‘Salt’ as he’s known on his Youtube Channel ‘Salt & Pepper’ with 12 views, pushed her into the bathroom and slammed the door during an argument about money. Alana says he then raised his fist at her and continued to slam the door shut while screaming in her face, and was in imminent fear of being hit. Garrett says he slammed the door once but denies ever raising his fist to his wife.
23-year-old Marca Martin is charged with two counts of vandalism after she and a currently unidentified subject came to the home of Dylan Cockerille and threw raw eggs and cheese onto two of his vehicles on the property. Both vehicles incurred some damage, including scratching.
35-year-old former Clarksville Police Officer Christopher Buccellato is free on a $5,000 bond (reduced from an initial $50,000) after a road rage incident that ended with a woman crawling through a Starbucks drive-thru window to escape him as he pulled a gun on her. He had a pair of handcuffs hanging on his rearview mirror, and told her “I’ll have you in cuffs tonight!”…
29-year-old Norman Detweiler has been indicted by a Montgomery County Grand Jury, charged with the rape of a 24-year-old woman. Court records allege the rape occurred in May of 2020 and was given a true bill in the recent December 2021 session of the Grand Jury. Detweiler is free on a $20,000 bond.
49-year-old Kenwood High School Assistant Principal & Athletic Director Garry James Chadwell was jailed Tuesday evening, charged with forcing a 17-year-old to penetrate him sexually. The indictment, a copy of which is in the story, alleges one count of forcing the child to penetrate him without the child’s consent, and another count of adding the statutory rape charge. The incident occurred on January 22, 2022.
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.
28-year-old Jonathan Mark Smith was jailed this week on a new harassment charge after his ex-girlfriend, Elizabeth Ann Cabral, says he continues to call her to ask for money and make threats to release her intimate photos in an attempt to jeopardize her military career. A commissioner set his bond for this charge at $500. He also has a prior pending domestic assault case with the same victim.
46-year-old Moore Magnet School Teacher Christy Fogarty was jailed this week after an argument with her fiance, Michael Martin. An arrest warrant states she “snapped and began to try to harm” him by scratching and grabbing at him. Marin was able to defend himself from most injuries but had some pinkness around his neck as documented by officers.
Multiple witnesses confirm that 32-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Marquez Williams showed up at a going away party for another soldier who was transferring to another base. He arrived at the party with a firearm tucked into his waistband while inebriated and was showing it off to people throughout the evening. He approached one man, Timothy Sutton, asking why he wasn’t drinking. Sutton explained his reasons were personal, at which point Williams grabbed him by the throat until he could not breathe and demanded he explain the reason or be shot in the face. Williams told him he had 17 bullets and there were only 16 people at the party. A witness, Tyree Shaw, confirmed the events to officers.
At 11:45 pm on April 10th, Clarksville Police responded to a motorcycle crash on Hollingwood Blvd. A motorcyclist was traveling East on Tiny Town Rd. at a high rate of speed and went through the intersection at Trenton Rd., continuing onto Hollingwood Blvd. The rider failed to negotiate the curve and the motorcycle struck the curb and he was ejected into the trees. The motorcyclist was pronounced deceased at Tennova Medical Center #developing
26-year-old Janecia Raquel Martin was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant charging her with harassment. Dalila ‘Lili’ Shani Fryar says she’s told Martin to cease all contact, and she continues to call, annoy, and threaten her.
32-year-old Cederrick Hill is jailed on a $27,500 bond after he crashed his Dodge Caliber in front of the Speedway on Tiny Town Road just after 6 p.m. Wednesday. He admitted to drinking prior to driving and was extremely intoxicated according to officers. At the time of his arrest, he was out on bond for a pending DUI from November of 2021, and he was convicted of another DUI in May of 2021. His license has also been revoked since the first DUI conviction.
19-year-old Zamyia Ligon is free on a $1,000 bond after being arrested this week on 5 outstanding shoplifting charges from October and November of 2021. Warrants show she walked out of Walmart on Madison Street with merchandise totaling $3.66 on 10/22, $6.54 on 10/26, $10.71 on $10/27, $6.54 again on 10/29, and $18.02 on 11/03. In total, Walmart says they lost $45.47 and are asking for full restitution.
Qkarika Cochran (who has multiple prior violent domestic assault cases in which she is the assailant, and is currently on bond in one of those cases again an ex-lover) called police to report her new boyfriend, 24-year-old Jerry Ray Allen, poked her in the eye and told her to “stop talking”. Police arrived and interviewed Allen, who is also out on bond for a prior case, and he admitted he threw a dirty diaper and t-shirt at Cochran as they were arguing about relationship issues. Allen was deemed the primary aggressor and charged with domestic assault, violating his bond conditions, and resisting arrest when he “tensed up” in an attempt to not be cuffed.
Health Inspectors gave the SOHO Chinese & Japanese Fusion restaurant a 51 during a Thursday morning inspection in North Clarksville. The routine inspection revealed roaches crawling on the walls, floors, and pipes, no handwashing (and no soap at the sink), raw animal products improperly stored (some at improper temperatures and loose in grocery bags), dishes not being washed or sanitized, and the staff wasn’t checking dates or temperatures of food products. The location has a history of low scores, receiving a 58 in March of 2021, and a 66 in July of 2020.