45-year-old Alison Marie Gibson first caught the eye of police when she was driving just over 30 mph in a 45mph zone near Jackson Rd & Fort Campbell Blvd and not staying between the lines of her lane even at slow speeds. During a subsequent traffic stop, Officer Malone smelled alcohol coming from her breath, and she performed poorly on field sobriety tests. In the front near her was an open box of wine. She was transported to Tennova for a blood sample and booked on the charge of DUI.
Police made contact with 29-year-old Nicholas Andrew Vermiglio as he was sitting on a guardrail on I-24 with his pants covered in vomit as he spoke to firefighters who had just arrived on the scene. His black Mazda 3 was in the turn late at exit 4, just feet away from him. Vermiglio advised he had consumed “three beers” at the Tilted Kilt and was confused about where he was and what was happening. He had been pulled out of the Mazda after a passer-by found him unresponsive behind the wheel in the turn lane.
35-year-old Andrew Theodore Jones is charged with DUI and three counts of child endangerment after crashing his black Chevy Colorado into another vehicle at the intersection of N 2nd St & Kraft St late Saturday night. Police say he was extremely aggressive with the other driver and officers, and openly admitted to drinking prior to driving with his three children, ages 10, 14, and 15, in the vehicle with him. The children were medically cleared and had no injuries.
31-year-old Adam Wayne Branam told Clarksville Police he consumed 6 tallboy cans of beer before wrecking into a random person’s front yard on Tiny Town Road just after 4 a.m. Saturday. Officers arrived to find his sports car wrecked, and Branam stated he had just “lost control.” He was visibly intoxicated and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He initially agreed to a blood draw but refused once at the hospital, stating he wanted to “delay the process,” forcing the officer to request a warrant, which was granted.
44-year-old Valarie Ann Buchanan was jailed this week on an outstanding DUI warrant after a crash that initially sent her to the hospital on June 26th. Officers responded to a crash on Palmyra Road just before 2 a.m. to find a red Honda Accord in a ditch off the roadway. The vehicle and Buchanan both reeked of alcohol, according to first responders. She agreed to perform field sobriety tests but was only able to do one test as she was in the back of an ambulance, and she performed poorly on it. Buchanan had a prior DUI in 2010. Though her bond was initially set at $2,500, Judge Massey-Grimes struck that amount down and released her on her own recognizance (ROR).
Clarksville Police Officer Matthew Johnson conducted a traffic stop on a blue Lincoln MKZ just after 2 a.m. on August 29th near the 1900 block of Madison Street. The driver, 36-year-old John Patrick Marihugh, reportedly reeked of alcohol, and when asked how much alcohol he had consumed, he stated “enough” while an open and partially consumed Miller Lite can sat in the driver’s door beside him. Though he agreed to perform field sobriety tests, they had to be stopped for his own safety due to his level of intoxication.
Clarksville Police Officer David Hauser says he was on routine patrol when he observed 28-year-old Kevin Lee Davis miss a turn onto W. Bel Air Blvd and drive over the curb and proceed on his way. He conducted a traffic stop and says he immediately smelled alcohol coming from Davis, who admitted coming from AJ’s Bar and having a “couple of beers” before driving. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, it was also discovered his license was suspended. David blew a 0.114% BAC on a breathalyzer.
31-year-old Meagan Goglia successfully fled from Clarksville Police Tuesday on Wilma Rudolph Blvd, after officers attempted to stop the van she was driving as it was swerving across multiple lanes of traffic with no headlights or taillights. As the officer pursued her with lights and sirens activated, she eluded the stop, but not before he got a clear view of her as the driver and the tag number. Later that evening, a deputy noticed the van on Bette Palmyra Road and was aware of the BOLO that had been issued earlier from CPD. Still without any lights, the van was swerving all over the roadway. She stopped for the deputy, who observed her to have vomited all over herself and the vehicle and noted her extreme level of intoxication.
Clarksville police say 19-year-old Maggie Spell Miller was under the influence of marijuana when she crashed her vehicle at Lafayette and Kirby on August 31st. Officer Lindsey Fowler says she could smell a ‘strong odor’ of marijuana coming from inside the car and observed Maggie to have red, watery eyes, and dilated pupils. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody.
THP Trooper David Dacosta says 47-year-old Jason Lee Bentley was traveling at 60 mph in a 45 mph zone on Wilma Rudolph Blvd Friday night when he also changed lanes while speeding without using a signal. During a subsequent traffic stop, Bentley admitted to drinking two alcoholic beverages shortly before driving. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, Bently was transported to Tennova Sango ER for a blood draw and charged with DUI. He had a prior DUI conviction in 1999.
43-year-old Christine Diane Styles somehow managed to be jailed on both a DUI and a domestic assault charge after a singular incident this week in Clarksville. Nicholas Styles told police his wife, Christine ‘Christy’ Styles was in an argument with an employee, and when he attempted to break it up, she punched him in the chest. The argument continued to the upper floor of their Franklin Street home, where he says she then assaulted him a second time.
She left in his vehicle and returned a short time later, only to jump on top of him, bite his arm, and punch him in the face several more times. By the time police arrived, she had fled the scene in his vehicle once again and returned while they were interviewing Mr. Styles and documenting red marks on his stomach, a bite mark on his arm, and multiple abrasions to his face.
As she pulled up in his GMC Sierra, officers say she was obviously intoxicated, reeked of alcohol, and admitted to drinking “several glasses of wine.” She would later blow a 0.149% BAC. She is charged with DU and domestic assault.
Police say 23-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Dalton Wayne Henderson was in a Ford truck in the APSU McCord parking lot doing burnouts and spins. As officers approached Henderson, he reportedly reeked of alcohol and admitted to consuming eight alcoholic drinks that evening. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and later blew a 0.234% BAC on a breathalyzer. A judicial commissioner noted he had a prior DUI case dismissed when he set his bond at $2,500.
Just after 9 a.m. Sunday, officers responded to Dover Road regarding a report of a Buick swerving all over the roadway. Officer Hyatt located the vehicle, driven by 27-year-old Brendan Clark Offutt, which was now on Providence Blvd swerving from side to side. During the subsequent traffic stop, Offutt had extremely slurred speech, so much that most of his words could not be understood. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Inside the car, officers located a rolled-up paper made into a straw with white powder residue inside it and a “human booger” attached to one end.
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 1 a.m. Monday, Officer Justin Bolden stopped a black Impala for failing to maintain a consistent lane of travel. The driver, 26-year-old Jeffrey Douglas Johnson, had slurred speech and reeked of alcohol. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and would later blow a 0.245% BAC on a breathalyzer. At the time of his arrest on this DUI charge, Johnson was out on bond for a March DUI charge.
32-year-old Brittany Nicole Russell was found asleep behind the wheel of her vehicle at the intersection of 101st Airborne & Peachers Mill Road just after 2 a.m. Sunday. Officers arrived and placed the vehicle in park before waking her up. She was able to exit the vehicle but stumbled and was unsteady when standing. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody for DUI. Officers say she also had an open container of alcohol in the center cup holder.
Clarksville Police say they found 31-year-old Timothy Jones incredibly drunk and passed out behind the wheel of his running Honda RTS while parked in front of Mickey’s Downtown Clarksville. It took several knocks on the window to wake Jones, who was unable to exit the vehicle on his own due to his level of intoxication. Inside the vehicle, officers found a bottle of Teremana Tequila in the center cup holder.
A ‘BOLO’ (be on the look out) went out over all air for a vehicle weaving all over Interstate 24 on July 13th and was quickly spotted by THP Trooper Javier Allen as it passed his position and ran off the road before returning back onto the roadway and into a lane of travel. A traffic stop was conducted, and the driver was identified as 34-year-old Ashley Greenhill. There were no obvious signs of alcohol use; however, Greenhill admitted to taking Percocet earlier before driving.
20-year-old Kyjuan Schambers told police he smoked marijuana about a half-hour prior to falling asleep behind the wheel of his vehicle and crashing into a utility pole on Autumn Drive at 2 a.m. Friday. Officers say he fled immediately after the crash but returned to the scene a short time later. Schambers was charged with DUI and transported to booking.
24-year-old Mia Evans was clocked at 88 mph in a 55 mph zone on July 2nd. When pulled over for the infraction, it was quickly observed she was under the influence as determined by the smell of alcohol coming from her and her behaviors. Evans admitted she had just left a party in Dover where she had been drinking. She was issued a warning for the speeding and taken into custody for the DUI.