25-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Tristen Ray Harper was jailed this week after his wife, Rebecca, reported he slammed her arm in the freezer. Police responded to take her report at CPD Headquarters on April 21st, for the incident which occurred on April 18th. Police viewed a video of the incident which showed Tristen shutting the freezer door on her arm and leaning on the door so she could not remove it, after an argument about food items taking up too much space in the freezer. She also provided photos of visible marks on her arm, taken after the incident.
22-year-old Erica Grayer is charged with the assault of Yoneisha Antonetta Daniels at Hookah 21 on University Avenue in Clarksville. Court records allege Grayer followed Daniels across the parking lot, grabbed her hair, and yanked and pulled it. Daniels was able to free herself and escaped any further assault.
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.
Police responded to a domestic disturbance call on Tylertown Road to find Amanda Rose in the roadway attempting to get away from her husband, 28-year-old Tyler Rose. She told police Tyler punched her in the face with his fist and then dragged her by her hair down the gravel driveway. She says he then broke her phone when she attempted to call 911 for help. Officers documented multiple injuries on the victim, including to her face, hands, elbows, knees, and back. Tyler denied anything physical occurred.
Officer Randy Cox found 40-year-old Susannah Rourk crawling on the side of the road just after 3:30 a.m., attempting to get home from Mike’s Bar & Grill, where she had been out drinking. Rourk was described as wearing all black, heavily intoxicated, and with her pants in disarray to the point the officer had to assist her in “making herself decent”. She was unwilling or unable to provide the name of anyone to call to assist her, and would not disclose where she lived, despite being very nearby to her home. She was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication, and simple drug possession after a Klonopin was found in her wallet during booking.
Police say 30-year-old Robert Price sent a message via social media to a Clarksville woman, at which time she reportedly thanked him for complimenting her, but requested that there be no further communication from him. There were 24 further consecutive messages to the victim until he was blocked from messaging her. The victim says Price then came to her place of employment on 3 separate occasions over a one-week period, but made no purchases and had no other reason to be on the property, causing her to be in further fear and distress. Police charged Price with stalking, and he’s free on a $500 bond.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car filed a police report stating that 21-year-old Kimberley Grace Corn rented a $35,000 2020 Mazda CX9 on February 27th, and did not return it or extend the agreement, which ended on March 1st. Multiple attempts were made to retrieve the vehicle, and certified mail notices were sent, all without success. The car was reported as stolen, and police located her this week, charging her with neglect to return / rental joyriding.
Aaliyah Scott tells police that she was in a verbal argument with her husband, 29-year-old Joel Rashad Scott, when he attempted to leave their home with a PlayStation 5. She admittedly grabbed at the PlayStation in an attempt to stop him, at which time Joel bit her forearm. Police documented a bite mark injury and took Joel Scott into custody for domestic assault.
On April 21. 2022, School Resource Officers (SROs) responded to Glenellen Elementary School, 825 Needmore Road, Clarksville, TN, to investigate a physical assault against Mrs. Emily Clark, the school’s principal. The investigation included a review of the school surveillance cameras which identified the suspect as, Tandrea Laquise Sanders of Clarksville. She is free on a $5,000 bond.
59-year-old Jack Lankford is charged with felony vandalism after police say he caused an uproar in the parking lot at Trane on Wilma Rudolph Blvd with a co-worker. The victim states she arrived at work and parked her vehicle, however, Lankford seemed “disgruntled” about her choice of that particular parking spot, so she asked him “really?” In response, Lankford admittedly says he kicked her vehicle out of frustration, causing damages estimated to be over $1,000.
The Comptroller’s Office investigation began after city officials reported missing cash deposits from scrap metal sales. Investigators determined that Smith stole $1,053 by failing to turn over proceeds from scrap metal sales to the city’s revenue department.
25-year-old Marcus Steele is charged with assaulting his mother after she refused to let him leave with his son, since he does not have any custody rights to him. The incident happened on April 3rd when Steele visited his mother’s home and attempted to leave with his son. As he wasn’t permitted to do so due to current custody issues, his mother stopped him. During the struggle, he reportedly pulled his mother’s hair and slammed her against the home, and the two physically fought. Police documented a “visible section of skin missing” from his mother’s elbow. Steele had fled the scene before officers arrived, and was booked on the open warrant this week.
Carmen Rivera says 23-year-old J’Wan Octavius Lloyd refuses to stop harassing her. She’s reportedly received multiple messages of bodily harm from Lloyd, placing her in fear of her safety. J’Wan Lyod was jailed on one count of harassment.
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.
34-year-old Miguel Smith and his wife, Ayana Simmons, were reportedly arguing all throughout the day, and just before 9 p.m., the situation escalated when Miguel attempted to go upstairs. That’s when Ayana pushed him while he was on the stairs, resulting in him striking her in the back. Miguel says the argument escalated after Ayana pushed his rice cooker and glass candle off the kitchen counter, breaking them both. Both parties were taken into custody.
32-year-old Ayana Simmons and her husband, Miguel Smith, were reportedly arguing all throughout the day, and just before 9 p.m., the situation escalated when Miguel attempted to go upstairs. That’s when Ayana pushed him while he was on the stairs, resulting in him striking her in the back. Miguel says the argument escalated after Ayana pushed his rice cooker and glass candle off the kitchen counter, breaking them both. Both parties were taken into custody.
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.