THP Trooper Michael Hickmon observed a silver vehicle driven by 29-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Kevin Benjamin Lozano-Cruz traveling at 63 mph in a 40 mph zone on Fort Campbell Blvd on Saturday. As he conducted a traffic stop, the officer reported Lozano-Cruz had bloodshot, watery eyes, and reeked of alcohol. He admitted to consuming one shot of alcohol 25 minutes prior to the interaction and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was transported to the Sango ER for a blood test and then booked into jail for DUI 2nd, as he had a prior DUI conviction in 2017.
Just after 4 a.m. Sunday, THP Trooper Michael Hickmon was traveling on Fort Campbell Blvd when he observed 24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Ryan Tyler Cook driving a vehicle at 65 mph in a 45 mph zone while crossing over his lane of travel. During the subsequent traffic stop, Cook admitted to drinking “three shots” prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He later blew a 0.173% BAC on a breathalyzer.
21-year-old Ruth Valdez was drinking with her friends all night at an apartment on Tiny Town Road when she decided she was going to drive home at 6:15 a.m. Sunday. Her friends called 911 when she attempted to leave in her vehicle while still extremely intoxicated. Officer arrived. As officers arrived and detained her, she hit Officer Malone and then began kicking the windows and partitions inside the patrol car. Due to her level of intoxication, she was transported to Sango ER where she managed to slip one of her handcuffs. There was a struggle in the hospital while attempting to get her hands cuffed behind her back for transport to jail, as she actively resisted all efforts.
Clarksville Police responded to a report of a heavily intoxicated individual at 105 Social on Franklin Street in downtown Clarksville Thursday night just after 10 p.m. and found 35-year-old Andrew O’Hern, of Fort Campbell, near the bar. The bar manager had cut off O’Hern due to his level of intoxication and escorted him outside. Officers arrived and attempted to locate a friend or family member, but O’Hern stated he just transferred here and didn’t know anyone to assist him.
Just before 3 a.m. Friday, Clarksville Police found 22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Kameron Tillmon “shirtless, shoeless, and with cockleburs stuck to his sweatpants” as he banged on the door of an apartment as he attempted to open it on Oak Arbor Court. Police say he reeked of alcohol and had been in front of other nearby apartments, too. He was unable to tell officers where he was coming from, going to, or why he was there. Due to his level of intoxication, he was transported to booking.
41-year-old Fort Campbell E-7 Soldier Carl Shawn Disney was stopped for his erratic driving just after lunch on Sunday. An officer made contact with Mr. Disney, who claimed he had “four drinks, four hours ago.” After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, it was determined Disney was driving while intoxicated. A search of his vehicle revealed a handgun in his possession while intoxicated, and he would later blow a 0.171% BAC on a breathalyzer — more than double the legal limit.
Clarksville Police say 32-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier John H. Shields jumped over the bar at Strawberry Alley Ale Works in #DowntownClarksville, poured himself a drink, drank it, and left the business. As Officer Renken arrived at the restaurant, he unknowingly observed Shields in his vehicle but didn’t yet know he was the person in question. When Shields saw the officer arrive, he turned off the ignition and walked away on foot.
Shields was walking around the building when management pointed him out to the officer, who attempted to get him an Uber back home. Shields could barely walk or stand, and eventually it was determined he was even too drunk for a rideshare and he was placed into custody for public intoxication.
31-year-old Fort Campbell Solider Trevor Bryant was heavily intoxicated and arguing with patrons at a bar at 244 Dover Road in the early hours of Saturday morning. Multiple witnesses inside the bar stated he was attempting to start fights, and Ms. Pomeroy stated he had kicked the front glass door, cracking it. When officers arrived at 1:34 a.m. they attempt to find a friend to pick up Bryant or a rideshare to take him home, however, he refused any alternate way home.
32-year-old Jonathan Love, of the 5th Special Forces Group, 3rd Battalion, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail just before 1 a.m. Wednesday after CPD Officer David Hauser noticed Love’s Jetta swerving between lanes on Fort Campbell Blvd. During a traffic stop, Love was found to have lethargic speech, glossy watery eyes, and the smell of alcohol coming from his breath. He admitted to drinking “4-5 shots of vodka” prior to driving. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests he was transported to booking.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Alexander Matthew Fisher tells police he had “one beer” at the Electric Cowboy before rolling his vehicle on Whitfield Road, resulting in one of the passengers being ejected. When police arrived and interviewed Fisher, he stated, “I remember driving and taking a left turn at a curb and then waking up”. When asked if he had been drinking, Fisher responded: “one beer at the Electric Cowboy.” Officers say he performed poorly on field sobriety tests and reeked of alcohol.
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.
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.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Alexander Stapleton was clocked at 73 mph in a 35 mph zone in the early hours of Sunday morning by Deputy Jonathan Brown. Stapleton continued those speeds as the drove through a red light on Hwy 48. After a traffic stop was conducted, Stapleton was reported to be “heavily intoxicated” and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. There was Glock in Plainview in the vehicle, and he blew a 0.103% BAC on a breathalyzer.
27-year-old Andrew John Hext Fridholm (Andrew Hext) was found passed out in the backseat of a vehicle just before 2 a.m. Saturday in the parking lot of the Electric Cowboy. Security notified Clarksville Police, who responded and found him with a bottle of alcohol still in his lap. Police let him exit the vehicle and call his wife to come to retrieve him. While he was waiting on her arrival, however, he became a nuisance and would not stay in a safe area on the sidewalk as directed and continued to attempt to be in traffic that was exiting while in his intoxicated state.
20-year-old Daunte Lalio was attempting to turn into head-on traffic on a one-way street in downtown Nashville just before 1 a.m. Sunday when a traffic officer blew his whistle, alerting him. He immediately reversed the vehicle and stopped. Officers approached the vehicle, and immediately observed him to be confused and intoxicated. He eventually admitted to being intoxicated and then urinated on himself while waiting on a blood draw at Metro General. His car was towed to the impound lot. He deleted his secondary IG account after being released from jail, which documented his underage drinking activities of the evening, but not before Scoop: Nashville archived it prior to his release.
Police say 24-year-old Jacob ‘Jake’ Sauer had just left the Electric Cowboy when he crashed his Honda CRV at 11:40 p.m. Friday. Responding officers say there was an obvious smell of alcohol about Sauer, who admitted to having “4-5 beers” at the bar. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was booked into custody for DUI.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier William Cooper was found extremely intoxicated with soiled clothing at 4:45 a.m. Saturday, wandering through a neighborhood on Sandpiper Drive. And officer notes he had a “pungent smell” about him and neighbors reported he had attempted to enter random vehicles and multiple addresses, not knowing where he was at.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Corbin Chenoweth Bailey was so intoxicated at the Electric Cowboy he was asked to leave by security. Despite attempting to get him to call a friend or rideshare, he insisted on getting in his car. Police arrived to attempt to get him to find an alternate way home, and noticed he had already vomited beside his car, and refused to exit the vehicle. After an extended period of time, he exited and they attempted to get him to find an alternate way to get home. He still refused, and when they told him they’d have to take him into custody for public intoxication, he backed up against a wall to prevent officers from cuffing him.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Javis Danielly was jailed on two separate DUI charges in the span of 9 days. On February 19th, police responded to Hookah21 at 2 a.m. where he crashed his car after drinking 1 beer and 1 shot of liquor. He was jailed and released on a $2,500 bond. On February 27, Danielly consumed 3 shots of Hennessy before crashing into another vehicle on Fort Campbell Blvd at 4:20 p.m. on a Sunday and was freed on a new $5,000 bond.
27-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Steven Becerra was ousted from the Electric Cowboy Saturday night and was escorted out by security. He ignored requests to call for a ride and to leave the property, and also refused to call for a ride when officers arrived. Due to his level of intoxication, he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.