As he bonded out of jail for assaulting his wife, former City Council Candidate Matthew Scott Comperry signed his conditions of release, agreeing to not return to his residence where the victim also lives, and was released. Four hours later, a citizen’s tip led police to find he had violated the terms of his bond and returned to the residence. He was arrested for the second time that day and booked into custody, charged with violation of bond conditions/contempt. His new bond was an additional $3,000.
51-year-old Matthew Scott Comperry, who recently ran for Clarksville City Council, has been arrested and charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Lee Ann Comperry. After Tennova hospital requested a welfare check and she disclosed to police her husband had repeatedly struck her on the back of the head. Officers documented the bruising, including under her left eye, and took Comperry into custody.
Joshua Wikholm has announced his candidacy for the District 16 County Commissioner seat in Montgomery County. You may know him as the man who police say intentionally defecated in the back of a Clarksville Police cruiser out of spite and then told the officer he “had something for them” and urinated in the direction of the cop and his partner, soaking the patrol car, then tried to smear his poop. You may also know him as the man who attempted to get a restraining order against Scoop: Clarksville founder Jason Steen, swearing in open court he was “afraid for his life” after the news covered his arrest for public intoxication and attempted feces smearing. He also sought a criminal warrant for harassment against Joshua Janes, who he claimed was “annoying him on Facebook”.