33-year-old Austin Rehfield was booked on November 8th after trespassing at Gold’s Gym on Needmore Road the day before. An employee advised that on November 3rd, Rehfield was banned from the gym. When he showed up again on the 7th, the employee asked him to leave. Rehfield asked the employee his name and said he would “come find him.” He left the location as soon as the employee called the police.
19-year-old Brianna Arnoe was jailed on November 2nd when she was observed trespassing in a Castle Heights dorm at Austin Peay State University. Arnoe had been banned from the dormitory since October 13th.
43-year-old Semiko Vantrece Bartlett was taken into custody on October 21 for an active warrant issued on June 30 for criminal trespassing and violating the conditions of her release. On June 30, Officers were dispatched to Donna Dr. regarding a disturbance. They spoke with William Bartlett, Semiko’s husband, who told them that Semiko showed up at his house honking her horn continuously in the driveway. Mrs. Bartlett reportedly refused to leave and continued to honk her horn until shortly before officers arrived. Officers were advised that Semiko has an active COR with William listed as the victim, and she also has an active criminal trespass order.
40-year-old Chadd Hembree was jailed on September 5th after stealing from his neighbor. The victim stated that she had numerous items stolen from her property. She showed police a photo that was taken by a trail cam. The picture showed Hembree on a ladder looking into her residence. When police spoke with Hembree, they saw a spray-painted tiller beside his trailer. He admitted that he was the one who stole it from the shed in his neighbor’s backyard. The value of the tiller was $150.
32-year-old Terrell Sibley was jailed on August 6th after multiple reports of a man acting erratically at both the post office and Burger King on Fort Campbell Boulevard. When the officer approached Mr. Sibley, he was shirtless and sweating profusely. At one point, he was just yelling, not making any sense, and stated, “I’m just high.” He was told to leave several times but instead ran to the counter to get something to stop the officers from taking him outside. He was unsuccessful in his attempts and was brought outside and placed into custody.
24-year-old Nathalie Araujo Salazar was booked on June 28th for a trespassing incident that happened on May 21st. Shonna Johnson told police that Nathalie entered her home on Fox Tail Drive while she was away in Florida after being told not to come onto her property. Nathalie was caught on camera entering the home, and a warrant was issued for her arrest.
19-year-old Christopher Taylor was booked this week on an outstanding warrant after breaking into a home on Samantha Lane. Homeowners told police when they returned home on May 24th, they found Taylor in their bathtub. He reportedly entered through a bedroom window.
33-year-old Andrew Arce was inside the Walmart on Wilma Rudolph Blvd on March 20 when a loss prevention associate noticed him and recalled he had been previously trespassed from the location. Officers arrived and verified that he was served a trespass notice in June 2022 and took him into custody.
After an ongoing dispute with her neighbor, 68-year-old Virginia Johnson was trespassed from the ‘A’ side of the property in September of last year. Johnson, who lives on the ‘B’ side of the Veridian Drive property, went to get her mail on February 10 and on her return walk, became disorderly and threw a water bottle at the vehicle of her neighbor, Ms. Barone. Another neighbor, Karl Wolf, had video footage of another incident when Johnson trespassed onto the ‘A’ side of the property on February 5th at 6 a.m. Johnson was taken into custody and transported to booking.
Staff at Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill on Dover Road on January 2nd called police to report that 29-year-old Javonte Aquinton Mallard had been disorderly at the bar and was now drunk driving home. Officers located the reported car en route to the bar; however, it was unoccupied at an intersection. Nearby was the car’s owner, Mallard, standing outside the vehicle. Officers say Mallard was visibly intoxicated and admitted to drinking Corona beers at the bar. He was issued the notice of criminal trespass from the bar at their request and advised to continue walking home, which was a short distance away. Instead, he attempted to walk back toward his abandoned vehicle and raised his voice at officers. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
41-year-old Valerie Elizabeth Knight was trespassed from the Madison Street Walgreens in May. On December 1st, the manager on duty noticed she was inside the store and contacted the police, who found her near the ATM. As she was being arrested for criminal trespass, she was searched before being placed into the patrol car. Officers found prescription pills inside a small tan cloth bag. She claimed she was prescribed the pills but was unable to provide a prescription or the bottles.
Clarksville Police say 30-year-old Blake Tyler Frey crashed his red Dodge Journey into a utility pole on Princeton Circle. Witnesses reported he walked away from the crash, and officers located him several houses away from the crash, stumbling and under the influence with constricted pupils. He was transported to Tennova for treatment of his injuries and charged with DUI. After discharge from the Emergency Department, he refused to leave the property at 5:03 a.m. and was additionally charged with trespassing on hospital property.
19-year-old Aidan Geoffrey Lidgard is charged with five counts of burglary after police say he cut the lock from the front gate of Woodlawn Mini Storage and from multiple units within the property. Police say Lidgard, along with a passenger, spent just under two hours at the property. Four units belonging to Randall Paschall had the locks cut but didn’t appear to have anything missing. A unit belonging to Ray Jones had multiple tools taken, valued at $1,300.
Clarksville Police responded to an alarm call at the O’Charley’s on Wilma Rudolph Blvd in the early morning hours of September 19th. ADS Monitoring reported a front door activation at the business. Officers observed 22-year-old Megan McCollough and 20-year-old Tyler Zane Ainsworth in the patio area., and both began to flee on foot when officers identified themselves. After a brief pursuit to terminal drive, both were taken into custody. Ainsworth stated he entered the building, claiming it was unlocked and took three Miller Lite beers, which were located along the path of the foot pursuit. McCollough told police she only entered the restaurant at 1 a.m. on a Monday to use the restroom.
26-year-old Joshua Costas Gonzalez was in a fight at the Electric Cowboy just before 2 a.m. Saturday and police and medics responded for assistance as security had him detained at the time. Gonzalez was agitated and refused to speak with officers, and refused all medical assistance. He was told to leave the property and not to return that night, and a friend took him home. Just under an hour later, Gonzalez returned to the club with his family, including his parents, at which time he was charged with public intoxication and criminal trespass.
28-year-old Brady Bartok was charged with criminal trespass after his Aunt, Evelyn Edwards, advised officers he was no longer welcomed at her residence on Old Ashland City Road due to his level of intoxication. When officers arrived, he refused to leave and was taken into custody.
Clarksville Police responded to the Sleep Inn & Suites on Cracker Barrel Drive in response to a call that a person was at the property who was previously trespassed. Officers encountered 29-year-old Akeem Pierce, who insisted his name was “Christian Bly,” despite the moniker of his own name being prominently tattooed on his face — “Young Keem.”
Clarksville Police responded to Tennova Hospital Wednesday morning just before 11 a.m. to the report of a person trespassing. Doctors and security reportedly asked 86-year-old Doris Head to leave the property multiple times. Doctors say she was interfering with medical staff who were attempting to care for her son, who was a patient at the hospital. Officers made contact with Doris Head, and she continued to refuse to leave the property when asked.