31-year-old Amayrani Estefania Hughes, employee at Boba Shop, was involved in a single-car accident on Dunlop Lane in the night hours of November 20th. Officers arrived and observed Hughes to be visibly intoxicated, and he admitted to consuming alcohol but was unaware of how much. Hughes refused to perform sobriety tests or provide a blood sample, so officers had to execute a search warrant.
23-year-old Brandon Bradford was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant from January, charging him with the domestic assault of his girlfriend, Nathalie Araujo. The victim reports she came home from the gym, and the two had a verbal argument. Brandon then went outside “to speak to a friend” who turned out to be his mother. From outside, he called his girlfriend to demand she comes outside and speaks with his mother. She went outside, where his mother began to curse and push her. Brandon also caused an injury to her thumbnail before picking her up and throwing her down, according to the victim. He fled the residence before police arrived, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
40-year-old Jason Moulton was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant from January charging him with domestic assault. His girlfriend, Danielle Cash, told police that she found content she disapproved of on Moulton’s phone and demanded that he leave, which he refused to do. She says he then punched her in the chest and fled the residence.
22-year-old Fort Campbell 5th Special Forces Group 2nd Battalion Soldier Christopher Ryan Malone was driving on the wrong side of Dunlop Lane Tuesday evening when he crashed into a ditch, according to officials and a witness. Malone initially told the deputy he crashed because “I have bald tires and fell asleep”. During that conversation, the deputy noticed he smelled of alcohol, which he later admitted to drinking. Several open beer cans were found in cup holders and strewn throughout the vehicle. A handgun was also located in his possession.