Timothy Jones found passed out behind wheel of car in front of Mickey’s Downtown Clarksville

Clarksville Police say they found 31-year-old Timothy Jones incredibly drunk and passed out behind the wheel of his running Honda RTS while parked in front of Mickey’s Downtown Clarksville. It took several knocks on the window to wake Jones, who was unable to exit the vehicle on his own due to his level of intoxication. Inside the vehicle, officers found a bottle of Teremana Tequila in the center cup holder.

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Mother reports child was kidnapped from Motel 6: She was just high on drugs — Leslie McIntyre

25-year-old Leslie McIntyre called Clarksville Police to report she believed her two-year-old daughter had been kidnapped by a family friend. As the investigation continued, McIntyre further revealed she had left the child with the family friend while she “went shopping”, and returned to find both the family friend and her daughter missing from the Motel 6 room where she was staying. She stated that prior to leaving, she and the friend were drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana while looking after the child at the hotel.

Police contacted the friend, who returned the child to the scene, but stated the mother had been gone for over 5 hours and didn’t leave any provisions for the child, prompting their departure to handle the needs of life. CPS responded to the scene and the mother tested positive for benzodiazepines, amphetamines, methamphetamines, and THC. McIntyre was initially held on a $20,000 bond and the child was taken into children’s protective custody.

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Teen remains jailed on $250 bond after “assaulting” stepmother — Tiffany Brewer

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.

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Man fires 6 rounds into girlfriend’s windshield — Christopher Kody Clark $85K bond

19-year-old Christopher Kody Clark faces a variety of charges after police say he shot up his girlfriend’s vehicle which he had taken without permission after she called him multiple times to return it on January 10, and when he did the two got into an argument.

Chelsie Roake says she was standing near the vehicle when he fired from the front porch, placing her in fear for her life.

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