37-year-old Sean Secord faces a felony child abuse charge after disciplining a six-year-old child he was left in charge of on February 11. Secord told police he “lost control” during the incident and “was striking whatever he could since the child was moving around.” The child still had some red marks from the assault a full day after the “discipline.”
23-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Marquan Tabron was found asleep behind the wheel of his Ford F-150 just after 1 a.m. near Tiny Town Road and Green Acres Drive. As the officer approached he was able to remove the keys from the running vehicle before waking up the sleeping soldier. Inside the truck was an open Bud light in the center console area. Tabron admitted to drinking prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He blew a 0.106% BAC on a breathalyzer.
37-year-old David Pankoke was interviewed at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office this week after authorities received 25 tips related to him being in possession of material considered child sexual abuse. During the investigation, Pankoke admitted to taking nude photos of a victim under the age of 13 while she was sleeping at his home. A search of photos from his phone’s cloud account while at the station also revealed over 100 images of individuals under the age of 16 while nude. A commissioner set his bond at $75,000.
35-year-old Benjamin Kleinfelt is charged with vandalism after he reportedly picked up a cup and threw it into a wall at his ex-wife’s home while he was dropping off their children. The victim says he demanded to speak with her after dropping off the children and began to antagonize her and get in her personal space. As she backed away from him, she says he threw a cup into a wall, creating a hole in the drywall, which was estimated at $100 to repair.
22-year-old Fort Campbell 5th Special Forces Group 2nd Battalion Soldier Christopher Ryan Malone was driving on the wrong side of Dunlop Lane Tuesday evening when he crashed into a ditch, according to officials and a witness. Malone initially told the deputy he crashed because “I have bald tires and fell asleep”. During that conversation, the deputy noticed he smelled of alcohol, which he later admitted to drinking. Several open beer cans were found in cup holders and strewn throughout the vehicle. A handgun was also located in his possession.