24-year-old Diontre Franklin was involved in a head-on collision at the intersection of Needmore Road and Pin Oak Road on December 28th, 2023. An officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Franklin because his tail lights were not functioning. Franklin fled the stop at a high rate of speed but swerved out of his lane and hit a motorist head-on. 15.8 grams of Fentanyl were found on his person, along with $440 in cash. Franklin also had a pill bottle with the prescription torn off that contained oxycodone pills and Adderall substitute pills. Diontre Franklin was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest, possession without prescription, due care, suspended license, light law, and two counts of Schedule II drugs.
22-year-old Bradley Huff was involved in a car crash at the intersection of Madison Street and Richview Road on December 29th, 2023. Huff was driving and rear-ended a vehicle at the intersection. When officers made contact with him, Huff had trouble explaining the accident and finding his registration. While the interview was underway, officers could smell the odor of alcohol on his breath. Huff stated that he was heading home from ONeal’s Bar and Grill, where he consumed two “Jack and Cokes.” Huff was then asked to perform some field sobriety tests, which he executed poorly. Bradley Huff was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and due care.
39-year-old Marcus McKinney was involved in a car crash at Drayton Drive on January 26th. Law enforcement received a report that a black truck struck a parked car and drove away. When officers arrived at the mentioned location, they observed the black truck still driving around the neighborhood with noticeable damage. Officers made contact with McKinney, who showed clear signs of intoxication and admitted to consuming alcohol. When he was asked to perform field sobriety tests, he refused. He also declined to provide a blood and a breath sample, so a warrant was secured. When officers attempted to execute the warrant for the blood sample at Sango ER, medical staff advised that they would not take a sample if McKinney had to be held down due to safety. Officers then explained to McKinney that if he refused to comply, he would be tampering with evidence and would be charged accordingly. Marcus McKinney was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence, due care, and implied consent.
24-year-old Nathaniel Taylor was jailed on December 28th after crashing into a fence on Kingsbury Road. When police arrived, they observed a silver Buick with a crushed chain link fence beneath it. Officers noted there was vomit on Taylor’s shirt and the floorboard. Taylor admitted to drinking around 10 Miller beers within 30 minutes of the crash. He then performed poorly on sobriety tests and was taken into custody.
31-year-old Clint Larsen was jailed on December 15th after rear-ending a K9 police vehicle on Merchants Boulevard with his white F-350. When officers arrived on the scene, they observed Larsen with bloodshot eyes and unsteady on his feet. Larsen was asked to perform sobriety tests, but he refused. He was then taken into custody for suspicion of DUI. He later made a spontaneous utterance that he only had two beers before driving. A search of the vehicle yielded a Ruger handgun in the driver’s side door within arms reach and an empty beer can in the back seat. It was later discovered that Larsen had been driving on a revoked license and had two prior DUI’s.
36-year-old Matthew Trapp was found driving under the influence at Fort Campbell Boulevard and 101st Airborne Division Parkway on December 9th. Officers were diverting traffic when Trapp blew past them in a Toyota sedan. Upon making contact with Trapp at a light, the officer observed an open can of Truly in the center console. While speaking with him, the officer observed that Trapp was inebriated. The officer asked him to step out of the vehicle and placed him in custody. Due to heavy traffic and a tornado touching down earlier, no field sobriety tests were conducted. The passenger in the car with Trapp, Christina Dolphin, stated that the can of Truly was his and that they were coming from a bar. Trapp was read his Miranda rights but refused to answer any questions or provide a breath sample.
25-year-old infantry soldier Colton McNabb was booked on a citation on December 10th after leaving the scene of an accident at Rollow Lane. Witnesses stated they heard a crash and watched a male leave the scene wearing a grey hoodie and slacks. Officers checked the registration for the vehicle, and it came back as McNabb’s vehicle. The vehicle had left the roadway at a high speed, causing damage to 2 mailboxes and a fence before coming to a stop. McNabb’s vehicle was covered in mud, and the airbag was deployed, with a small amount of blood being found on the side of the bag. Near the vehicle, there was an open container of beer, and inside of the vehicle there was a strong alcoholic odor. While searching for McNabb, the officers found a man matching the description covered in mud with recent injuries to his face that were still bleeding with no shoes. Upon contact with the officers, McNabb handed over his Florida driver’s license but was clearly inebriated. He was then asked if he was willing to perform any field sobriety test, but he said no. McNabb was then taken into custody.