DUI: James Cosgrove drives on suspended license after using Lithium

40-year-old James Cosgrove was involved in an altercation late April 7th. When officers arrived, Cosgrove exited his car after driving to the Citgo gas station. Officers reported that Cosgrove was exhibiting multiple signs of intoxication, so they requested him to execute sobriety tests. Cosgrove consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. After the sobriety tests, Cosgrove confessed to using Lithium and having a cocktail. Once he was placed in handcuffs, law enforcement found out that his license was suspended. James Cosgrove was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license.

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Bianca Frias jailed for violating bond conditions of drinking alcohol at her home again

30-year-old Bianca Frias was booked, once again, for violating her COR, which prohibits her from consuming or being in possession of alcohol. On November 7th, officers responded to Silver Fox Lane to find Ms. Frias drunk in a running Honda Civic that was parked in her driveway. Officers were able to easily identify Ms. Frias due to previous arrests. When officers made contact with Ms. Frias, they immediately noticed the odor of alcohol and asked Ms. Frias to perform sobriety tests. The officers reviewed Ring doorbell camera footage that showed Ms. Frias returning home with her four-year-old daughter, proving that she was driving her vehicle while drunk. She was taken into custody, and a warrant for a blood sample was issued. The four-year-old daughter was left in the care of her father. Ms. Frias has a a history of charges pertaining to alcohol.

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E-5 Jesus Salcido-Villar charged with DUI after Tiny Town Road traffic stop

22-year-old Ft. Campbell E-5 Seargeant Jesus Salcido-Villar was driving on Tiny Town Rd. with an inoperable headlight in the wee hours of September 30th. THP Trooper Hickmon initiated a traffic stop on a gray Dodge Ram with a driver’s side headlight out and observed Salcido-Vallar visibly intoxicated as he approached the driver’s side. Salcido-Vallar initially denied consuming any alcohol, then consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Salcido-Vallar fell asleep in the patrol car shortly after being taken into custody for his second driving under the influence offense, driving on a revoked license, and violation of the implied consent law.

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Kimberly Ramey jailed after hit-and-run; her daughter turned her in

55-year-old Kimberly Ramey was booked last week on an outstanding warrant from May when she hit and injured another driver on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. The victim Ms. Lisa McMurtry went to the police station and pointed out Brenaia Ramey in a photo lineup. Police contacted Brenaia, who stated she was indeed a passenger at the time of the collision, but her mother, Kimberly, was the driver. It was determined the vehicle left the scene prior to any parties exchanging information or contacting police. It was later discovered through NCIC that Kimberly was driving with a suspended license.

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Devan Tanksley charged after recklessly riding motorcycle without helmet or tags

22-year-old Devan Tanksley was jailed on June 8th after police attempted to pull him over for riding his motorcycle without a helmet on 41-A. Tanksley also didn’t have visible tags attached to his bike. When he noticed he was being pulled over, he drove off but eventually looped his way back to officers. It was discovered Tanksley’s license had been suspended since October 2022 for failing to pay his fines.

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Corey Wiist found passed out from Fentanyl at gas pump in Clarksville

33-year-old Corey Wiist was jailed on April 9th after falling asleep behind the wheel of his truck at the Marathon Gas Station on Ashland City Road. Police responded to pump four and banged on the driver’s side window several times to wake Wiist up. When he finally woke, his eyes were glossy, and he had pinpoint pupils. Officers asked to search his truck and if there was anything illegal inside, to which he stated, “There shouldn’t be.” While other officers were searching his vehicle, He agreed to sobriety testing and performed satisfactorily.

Fentanyl wrapped in tin foil was found in the center console, along with two cut straws with residue. It was later discovered that Wiist had no active driver’s license, as it was revoked in 2017. He was then arrested, and more fentanyl was found, this time wrapped in lottery tickets in his wallet. Mr. Wisst admitted to the substances being fentanyl and using it earlier that morning.

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Woodlawn’s Jeremy Aguirre found with 10 zips of marijuana; cocaine & codeine #PlugDown

36-year-old Jeremy Aguirre was traveling 71 mph in a 55 mph zone on March 22 on Hwy 374, according to police. A traffic stop was conducted, and Aguirre admitted to not having a valid license to drive. He then consented to a search of his black Ford Ranger, during which 281 grams of marijuana, codeine pills, and a small amount of cocaine were discovered. He was transported to headquarters, where he admitted to selling the drugs during an interview.

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Jeremy Gayer charged with DUI, driving on revoked license

42-year-old Jeremy Gayer was arrested for driving drunk with a revoked license at 101st and Whitfield Rd on Mar 4th. Gayer was seen stumbling behind his vehicle on the shoulder of the road. When police asked where he was coming from, he told them he had been in Springfield having a few drinks and was just trying to make it home. Gayer smelled strongly of alcohol and had bloodshot watery eyes. He agreed to sobriety testing, which he performed poorly on, and it was discovered that his driver’s license had been revoked since 2021 for a prior DUI.

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Hubert Bell faces drug charges after traffic stop in Clarksville

33-year-old Hurbert Bell was arrested for various drug charges after a traffic stop this week. On Feb 28th, Officer Tudor initiated a traffic stop on Concord Dr. for a black Mercedes S550 that ran a stop sign at Charlemagne Blvd and Ft Campbell Blvd. When Bell was approached, he advised the officer that he didn’t have a driver’s license because it was suspended. When the officer asked if there were any illegal drugs in the vehicle, he said he had marijuana in the car. Bell consented to a vehicle search. The officer found five airtight zip-locked plastic pouches that said premium cannabis flower weighing 3.5 grams each, a pack of swisher sweets cigarillos, cigar wraps, and a rolling tray. When searching Mr. Bell’s person, a white pill identified as 10mg Oxycodone was found.

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Adam Welch eats marijuana during traffic stop on Riverside Drive in Clarksville

Police say 34-year-old Adam Welch was driving for an extended period of time on the center lane on Riverside Drive just after 2 p.m. on January 11 and almost caused an accident with another vehicle. Officers initiated a traffic stop, and Welch produced a revoked driver’s license. Officers ordered him out of the vehicle and noticed green shake on his pants leg. It was quickly realized he had attempted to swallow marijuana. A search of his mouth was conducted, and there was marijuana in his mouth, which was retrieved, and a pack of cigarillos was located inside the vehicle. He was out on bond for two other incidents at the time of his arrest, both of which conditions prohibit him from possessing any controlled substances.

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Jalan Gibson flees from hospital & police after crashing into guardrail

23-year-old Jalan G’Mani Gibson crashed into a guardrail on October 5th and was only able to give his name and birthdate before being transported via ambulance to the hospital. Officers finished investigating the crash and went to the hospital to issue him citations for improper plates, no insurance, driving on revoked, and failure to yield. Gibson fled the hospital shortly after arrival without being fully evaluated. Officers searched for him to make sure he didn’t require further treatment but were unable to locate him. He was eventually booked on October 19th for the charges.

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