25-year-old Soldier Manasses Melo was found by officers at the troubled Electric Cowboy, causing a disturbance. When Officers contacted security, Security stated Melo was annoying the customers and the general public. When officers encountered Melo and began speaking with him, he was heavily intoxicated. Melo was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Banachek Villanueva-Flores was caught driving under the influence for the second September in a row. Officer Ventura was dispatched to Washtopia for a call regarding a possible drunk driver in the early morning hours of September 29th. As officers arrived, Villanueva-Flores was seen throwing up outside his vehicle and told them he was coming from the troubled Electric Cowboy before consenting to sobriety tests and performing poorly. There was no proof of insurance provided by Villanueva-Flores, and he refused to provide a blood sample even after a warrant was issued and he was transported to the ER, so they held his arm down to get a sample by force. Villanueva-Flores was charged with driving under the influence and having no proof of insurance.
25-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Braxton Wells was jailed on September 23rd after police responded to calls of a black Dodge Challenger sitting in the turning lane on Riverside Drive to 2nd Street for a few light cycles. Police asked Wells to step out of his vehicle and immediately smelled alcohol coming from his body. He had watery eyes and was unsteady on his feet. Wells admitted that he was drinking while at the troubled Electric Cowboy and performed poorly on sobriety tests. Police found a thermal mug filled with alcohol during the vehicle search.
24-year-old Cassidy Ricci was jailed on September 8th after police observed a black Infiniti SUV in the middle of the road not moving. While speaking with Ricci, officers could smell alcohol coming from her and the vehicle. She told officers that she was coming from the troubled Electric Cowboy bar and consented to sobriety tests. She performed poorly and was taken into custody. Once at booking, she blew a .164% BAC on the breathalyzer.
22-year-old Garret Knight was booked on August 12th after police responded to a crash at the troubled Electric Cowboy bar. Police could smell alcohol coming from him, and Knight told them he had 2-3 beers and was just trying to leave, but he turned the wheel too soon and hit the parked GMC pickup truck next to him. He performed poorly on sobriety tests and blew a 0.150% BAC on a breathalyzer.
34-year-old William Rice was jailed on July 22nd after a complainant, Thomas Woods, reported he was drunk and refusing to leave the troubled Electric Cowboy bar. When officers arrived, they observed Mr. Rice standing near the entrance of the club. They could smell alcohol coming from him as he slurred, refusing to find a ride. He was then taken into custody and searched. Police located a baggie in his pocket containing 2.5 grams of methamphetamine.
24-year-old Matthew Martinez was enjoying his night at the troubled Electric Cowboy last week when at 3 a.m. on May 13, he left the bar and got into a black car. Police say he drove through the parking lot without his headlights on and was headed to the roadway when he observed Clarksville Police officers Renken and Hall parked behind RimTyme as they were watching vehicles leave the club at closing time. Before the officer even had a chance to initiate a traffic stop or even acknowledge Martinez, he stopped his car near a patrol car and approached the officers to speak to them with extremely slurred words in his highly intoxicated state. Officers asked if he could call someone for a right home, and Martinez began to talk over the officers and refused all assistance. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.
38-year-old Thomas ‘Tommy’ Brooks was booked on May 6th after driving home drunk from the troubled Electric Cowboy. A citizen called the police stating that he was behind a Gray Truck on Madison Street that was weaving all over the road and going well above the speed limit. Officers responded and got behind the truck; once they observed the truck swerve, they pulled Brooks over for questioning and asked if he would consent to sobriety tests. Brooks performed poorly and told police he could not continue the tests as he was unsteady on his feet and struggled to stay balanced. He was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
27-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Fanoula Fanoula was in a fight with an employee of the troubled Electric Cowboy bar just before 1 a.m. on April 16. Clarksville police arrived to find Fanoula still screaming and highly intoxicated. He had assaulted an employee and refused to calm down. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
21-year-old Kaleb Dew says he consumed “three beers” at the troubled Electric Cowboy last weekend before getting into his truck and driving just before 1 a.m. As he drove on College Street, an officer noticed him hit his brakes hard to make a stop at a light and that his headlights were not turned on. During a traffic stop, he performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Steven Scott Lindsay caused such a disruption at the troubled Electric Cowboy at 2 a.m. Sunday, that staff requested that he be removed and trespassed from the location. Clarksville Police arrived to find him sitting near the front door and extremely intoxicated. When officers mentioned how drunk he was, Lindsay became argumentative and combative, pointing at an officer and yelling, “take me to jail,” and take him to jail, they did.
22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Eddie Brown was driving his Nissan Sentra the wrong way on Ted A. Crozier St. Blvd just after 3:30 a.m. Sunday, when officers conducted a traffic stop. Brown, who was visibly intoxicated, stated he had just left the troubled Electric Cowboy bar, where he consumed “three to five Budweiser beers.” He was transported to Tennova for a blood draw and then to booking, where he was charged with DUI.
30-year-old Jessica Sullens told THP Trooper Brian Gleen that she had “four beers” at the troubled Electric Cowboy bar in Clarksville Friday night before he pulled her over just after 3 a.m. Saturday. He says she was swerving and could not maintain a lane of travel on Madison Street. Though she reeked of alcohol, the Trooper noted she was jittery, fidgeting, and hyper, and suspected she was also under the influence of a stimulant. After a blood draw, she was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
24-year-old Robert Quintanilla says he had just dropped his friends at the troubled Electric Cowboy club in the early hours of Sunday morning and was on his way home when he was involved in a crash at 101st & Trenton Rd. At the scene, he was unsure of which direction his home was and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. An open container of alcohol was half-full in his cupholder of the vehicle.
24-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Joshua Troy Wilson was sitting in his Chevy Silverado at the Electric Cowboy just before 1 a.m. Friday and had opened his door to vomit on the ground. Officers who were responding to another call at the location observed this and check on his welfare. Wilson admitted to drinking too much at the troubled establishment and remained too drunk to find anyone to transport him home. He was transported to jail and charged with public intoxication.
22-year-old Ethan Dakota Murphy was found stumbling down Clay Lewis Road after leaving the Red Roof Inn property on Holiday Drive. Daryl Brewer made the call to 911 as he followed Murphy in a taxi. Brewer stated he had given Ethan a ride from the Electric Cowboy to the Red Roof Inn after police had responded to the trouble nightclub and advised that Ethan find a ride home. After getting out of the taxi at the motel, Ethan stated he was walking back to the Electric Cowboy to get his truck and began his drunken stagger down the road. Officers arrived and once again gave him an opportunity to get a motel room for the night and sleep it off, be he refused and stated he was walking to his truck. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Police say 26-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Cody Lerch was arguing with staff and other patrons in the parking lot of the Electric Cowboy just before 4 a.m. Saturday, well past closing time for the troubled club. Police say he was extremely intoxicated and began to work toward N. Riverside Drive. Officers determined him to be intoxicated to be left alone and took him into custody for his own safety.
19-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Marc Anthony Taylor was weaving between lands near Ft. Campbell Blvd & Quinn Lane just after 2 a.m. Friday. A traffic stop was initiated by Clarksville Police, who said he had slurred speech and advised he was coming from The Electric Cowboy and heading to Fort Campbell. Taylor was charged with DUI and transported to booking.
45-year-old Barry Dale Ward had too much to drink at the Electric Cowboy Saturday morning and made it to the rear seat of his vehicle, where he was sleeping it off with the door open. Jacob Turner, a bouncer at the troubled nightclub, called Clarksville Police to report the man asleep in his car. Officers arrived at 3:47 a.m. to find Ward still asleep in the backseat of a vehicle and had to shake him multiple times to wake him up. Officers asked Ward to call someone to get him, but he told the officer to do it for him and then told them to take him to jail. Officers charged him with public intoxication and transported him to booking.
22-year-old Haley Brooke Arthurs left the Electric Cowboy on in the early hours of Saturday morning and caught the attention of police as she was observed turning left without using the turning lane, and later stopping at a green light. A traffic stop was initiated at a convenience store on Trenton Road just after 3 a.m. Arthurs admitted to drinking at the Electric Cowboy and performed poorly on field sobriety tests.