Crosby Haney booked after repeatedly yelling at his neighbors

On April 20th, 55-year-old Crosby Haney was seen yelling at his neighbors at his Power Street residence. When officers arrived, they spoke with Haney’s neighbors, who advised them that Haney was walking up and down the street yelling and saying inappropriate things. Officers then spoke with Haney, sitting in his front yard, and explained that they had been in the area 3 times for him. Officers also explained that he needed to quiet down, or he could be charged with disorderly conduct. Haney started yelling again and threw his phone in the air before being told to quiet down again. Haney then started yelling more, and officers took him into custody for disorderly conduct.

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Gregory Hayes yells racial slurs, spits on officers after stealing at Marathon gas station

On April 13th, 60-year-old Gregory Hayes was caught stealing, assaulting a police officer, and yelling racial slurs at a Marathon gas station on North Riverside Drive. The clerk of the Marathon activated a silent alarm after Hayes stole a beer and snack cake. Officers encountered Hayes on North Riverside Drive walking with the stolen items in his backpack. Hayes began shouting racial slurs at the officers. Initially, Hayes clenched his fist and approached the officers but immediately backed away. Officers then noticed a hatchet by Hayes’s foot and put it on the hood of their car. Officers then told Hayes to turn around and place his hands behind his back to detain him, and Hayes proceeded to walk towards the hatchet.

Hayes was then transported to the Marathon to ask if they would like to press charges for shoplifting or trespassing. Hayes was trespassed and was taken out of cuffs. Hayes then immediately began flipping the cashier off and yelling racial slurs. Hayes also threatened to kick officers in the balls and spat on their patrol car. Hayes was then taken into custody again. While in the back of the police car, he spat on an officer out the window. Hayes was charged with disorderly conduct and simple assault against a first responder.

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Katie Hawks swings her cane in the air and urinates in front of officers

32-year-old Katie Lauren Hawks caused a disturbance at the McDonald’s on Madison Street in the early hours of March 21st. Officers were on a previous call regarding Hawks being trespassed from the business across the street when they observed her swinging her cane around in the air and throwing her belongings in the parking lot.

Officers noticed Hawks urinating in front of them as she walked away. She was given multiple chances to act accordingly before they tried to detain her, during which she became resistive, refusing to put her hands behind her back. Hawks was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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Jay Dance threatens officers, calls wife a “b***h”

41-year-old Jay Dance was involved in a domestic dispute with his wife at their Sleek Fox Drive residence on March 10th. While officers spoke to Dance’s wife, they could hear Dance yelling at his neighbor, referring to his wife as “a bitch.” Dance had been previously warned about using offensive language and causing a disturbance. However, he proceeded to yell at his wife. When Officer Broadhurst arrived, he instructed Dance to back up, but instead, Dance threw his arms up and started arguing with him. Dance walked towards Officer Broadhurst in a threatening manner and began being offensive physically and verbally. Jay Dance was then taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.

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Emily Woodall refuses to follow officer’s instruction

18-year-old Emily Woodall was involved in a traffic stop at North Riverside Drive on March 10th. Officers told Woodall to step out of the vehicle because the driver was taken into custody for driving under the influence. An officer told Woodall to stand at the front bumper of the patrol car but she attempted to return to the vehicle until she was stopped by another officer. Emily Woodall was then taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.

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Michael Parker assaults girlfriend after drinking lots of tequila

50-year-old Michael Parker was involved in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend, Marisa Ebersole, at Dalton Smith Court on February 21st. Officers arrived and made contact with Ebersole, who stated that Parker had physically assaulted her after drinking heavily. When Ebersole arrived at the residence, Paker became confrontational with her because she wouldn’t allow him to use her vehicle. The brief confrontation escalated when Parker forcibly ripped her keys from her bracelet. The neighbors, Hope Amanatidis and Cody Bellman, came outside to investigate the commotion that Parker was causing, and he became confrontational with them as well. Parker charged at Hope and verbally threatened her. He did the same thing to Cody, but he struck him in the chin as well. In response, Cody took Parker to the ground and detained him until law enforcement arrived. Michael Parker was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault and disorderly conduct.

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Hannah Leos booked after drunkenly yelling at police officers

29-year-old Hannah Leos was found at the scene of a crash at Westfield Court on February 10th. Contact was made with Leos, who was outside the nearby apartment complex. Leos began yelling at police in the middle of the road. Leos was visibly intoxicated and continued to yell loudly during regular sleeping hours. Leos also started to approach officers in a threatening manner and did not stop when told to. Hannah Leos was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication on February 10th.

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Wayne Johnson drunkenly yells at bystanders, resists arrest

30-year-old Wayne Jonathan Johnson was being disorderly on December 7th. The complainant spoke with officers and advised them that Johnson was yelling at bystanders. They observed him to be visibly intoxicated, refusing to answer questions, and began to pull away when they tried detaining him. He was placed into custody for disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and resisting arrest.

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Michael Johnson traps wife in bathroom during argument

26-year-old Michael Johnson was involved in a domestic altercation with his wife at Cabana Drive on December 4th. The couple was arguing, and she refused to talk to Johnson and left to use the bathroom. Johnson began to pressure her to talk back to her, blocking her from leaving the bathroom. He also took her phone and refused to return it to her. Johnson was taken into custody and charged with false imprisonment on December 5th.

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Justin Lyle caught with meth at grandma’s house

35-year-old Justin Paul Lyle was acting “strange” at his grandma Peggie Rock’s apartment on Memorial Drive on the morning of December 3rd, so she called the police. They arrived, and she advised them that Lyle was no longer allowed inside her apartment due to his actions and wanted him to leave. Lyle started yelling and cursing at officers as they escorted him out. They told him he would go to jail if he kept disrupting the apartment, but he continued. Lyle was detained, and a subsequent search yielded a bag of methamphetamine in his left rear pant pocket, so he was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and simple possession.

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Ronnie Hargraves Jr becomes aggressive towards police, wakes up neighbors

32-year-old Ronnie Hargraves, an employee of LG, was booked on October 26th after police responded to a fight in progress at Westfield Court Apartments. Officers first interviewed the complainant and then Hargraves’ girlfriend. Hargraves became angered by the fact that the officer was speaking to his girlfriend outside of his presence. When the officer attempted to talk to Hargraves personally, he was highly agitated, raising his voice and making a scene. Hargraves’ behavior caused a neighbor to come outside to see what was happening. The officer then attempted to take Hargraves into custody, to which he resisted and had to be taken to the ground.

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Benjamin Bane resists arrest, yells profanities at officers in Wal-Mart

25-year-old Benjamin Lloyd Bane was involved in a scuffle at Wal-Mart on November 1. Police were dispatched to Wal-Mart about a man and a woman fighting in the parking lot. Officers spotted Bane, and he matched a description of the male given to officers. Bane began to walk away when officers approached him to speak about the incident, placing his hands in his pockets and refusing orders. Officers advised Bane he was being detained, and he continued to resist, so they had to take him to the ground to arrest him. Bane. After being handcuffed, he refused to walk to the patrol car. Instead, he began to scream and yell profanities at officers, causing a scene in the Wal-Mart. Bane was taken into custody for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

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Samuel Odle resists arrest after walking in the middle of Fort Campbell Blvd

58-year-old Samuel D Odle was walking in the middle of Fort Campbell Boulevard on the night of October 20th as officers were dispatched and found him walking on a concrete median. Odle told officers he had been walking in the roadway and acknowledged that he was honked at by drivers who passed him. When officers were trying to determine if Odle was impaired, he attempted to walk away and ignore their commands. Odle pulled away and refused to put his hands behind his back when officers were trying to arrest him. Officers were able to detain Odle and placed him in custody for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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Kolby Coleman charged after threatening staff at St. Bethlehem Elementary; “Get your kids, ’cause I’m gonna air this place out!”

27-year-old Kolby Mikal Coleman was disorderly at St. Bethlehem Elementary School around noon on October 26th. School Resource Officer Woods spoke with police and advised them that a parent of a child, Coleman, was yelling profanities around the children and was asked to leave by staff. Coleman then stated, “Get your kids, ’cause I’m gonna air this place out!” which was heard by several other parents and staff members, causing them to fear for their safety as he went to the parking lot across the school where officers met him. Coleman was placed into custody, then his wife consented to a search of his vehicle. This search yielded a small amount of marijuana that he admitted belonged to him. Coleman was charged with disorderly conduct and simple possession.

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Kendra Johnson jailed after assaulting boyfriend and waking up neighbors

35-year-old Kendra Johnson was arrested for domestic assault, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest on October 3rd.  Officer Atwell was dispatched to Raven Rd. regarding a call about Johnson and her boyfriend, Dennis Thomas, in their front yard screaming at each other. Officers observed Johnson sitting in a Chevrolet Malibu as they arrived and stated that she was uncooperative and agitated, so they decided to go inside the home to speak with Thomas, which made her even more uncooperative. Johnson continued to disobey the officers’ orders and began resisting when placed in handcuffs. Officers stated that once Johnson was in custody, she refused to answer any questions. Officers spoke with Thomas, who stated that he and Johnson were having an argument that turned physical once she started pushing and grabbing at him. Neighbors and witnesses stated that they saw Johnson trying to grab Thomas out of the car as he tried to leave. Johnson was mirandized and still refused to tell her side of events. She was determined to be the primary aggressor and was taken into custody.

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Clarksville Firefighter Garrett Skeens jailed after drunken fight in Nashville

30-year-old Clarksville Fire Department Engineer Garrett Skeens was fighting another person outside Honky Tonk Central Sunday night in downtown Nashville, according to police. The two told police that they did not wish to prosecute each other. However, police saw Garrett fighting again outside Jason Aldean’s bar a short time later. When police spoke to Garrett, they described him as visibly intoxicated. Officers then placed him into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct. According to Clarksville Fire Rescue, he is an engineer four with years of service.

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Soldier Ashleigh Nelson refuses to leave boyfriend’s house; causes disturbance

22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Ashleigh Nelson was jailed on September 11th after refusing to leave her boyfriend’s house on Wallace Boulevard. The complainant advised that his on-and-off girlfriend was initially invited over but wouldn’t leave. Police arrived and told Ms. Nelson that she needed to leave. She gathered her belongings and agreed to exit the apartment but became irate in the process and decided she wasn’t going anywhere. She spoke on the phone so loudly that the neighbors began to come outside. Ms. Nelson began to knock on her boyfriend’s door again and was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

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Police tackle Kiyanna Allen to ground after she catches her boyfriend with another woman

On the morning of September 17th, Clarksville Police Department Officer Godwin responded to a call of a fight in progress at Palmer Drive from an uninvolved resident in the apartment complex. Upon arrival, Officer Godwin observed 28-year-old Kiyanna Allen in the parking lot, yelling towards the apartments. It was reported that Allen was upset and witnessed her boyfriend entertaining another female. When Allen witnessed her boyfriend and the other female outside, she sprinted across the street to confront the two. Allen had to be tackled to the ground in order to stop assaulting them. Allen was taken into custody for disorderly conduct.

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Soldier Trevor Calhoun jailed after drunkenly fighting with other soldiers

23-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Trevor Calhoun was involved in a fight with fellow soldiers just after 10 p.m. on June 15 on Robb Avenue. Officers arrived to find him with bloody clothing and injuries to his face. He would not provide the names of the multiple people who assaulted him, only confirming they were fellow soldiers. He was visibly intoxicated and reeked of alcohol. He admitted to having “two drinks” earlier in the night. Due to the multiple calls about the fight and his condition, Calhoun was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

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Police say John Massey called a Black employee a ‘monkey’ at Mike’s Bar in Clarksville

36-year-old John Massey is accused of calling a Black employee of Mike’s Bar & Grill a “monkey” on the night of September 1st. Clarksville Police Officer Robert Thompson responded to a fight-in-progress call at the Lowes Drive bar just before midnight and made contact with Massey, who had just been asked to leave the business. Despite saying he would leave on his own, he reportedly continued to argue with staff in front of the business while putting on his motorcycle helmet. Officers say Massey called a Black employee of Mike’s Bar a “monkey,” which started yet another exchange of yelling and threats in front of the business.

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