20-year-old Andrew Sydney Heustis Williams was the at-fault driver in an accident that occurred near Wilma Rudolph and Westfield Court on January 13th. Williams fled the scene before officers arrived, but they were able to identify him. The NCIC confirmed that he had a suspended license for failure to pay fines or costs, active since August 6th, 2023. Williams was taken into custody for leaving the scene of an accident, failing to exercise due care, and driving on a revoked/suspended license on January 26th.
30-year-old Patrick Michael Crouse had a car accident on Lylewood Road on December 13th. Officers arrived, observed a blue Chevy truck in a ditch, and identified Crouse as the driver. He admitted to drinking a beer from Blackhorse Pub, consented to sobriety tests, and performed poorly. Crouse became aggressive while being detained; when being escorted to the patrol car, Crouse attempted to run, so they tactically took him down. He was read implied consent, agreed to provide a blood sample, and taken into custody for resisting arrest, driving under the influence, and failure to exercise due care on December 13th.
35-year-old Andrew David Short was involved in a single-vehicle accident on Ft. Campbell Boulevard on November 2nd. Short was visibly intoxicated, holding a vodka bottle, when officers arrived and spoke with him. He admitted to drinking before driving into a fire hydrant and a stop sign. Short was taken into custody for failing to exercise due care and driving under the influence.