21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Christopher Robert Morris was violating traffic laws at Fort Campbell Boulevard on October 27th. Officers observed Morris conduct an illegal U-turn, and when they activated their sirens, he failed to yield and continued to speed down Fort Campbell. Morris was taken into custody for evading arrest and disobeying traffic devices on October 30th.
18-year-old Jayden Wiggins was caught in a foot pursuit with a “nicotine” vape in his pocket on Crossland Ave. in the early hours of October 10th. Officer Nolan responded to a call regarding a single-car accident with occupants fleeing on foot towards Boillin Ln. Wiggins was walking down Boillin Ln. and began to run when Officer Nolan activated his blue lights. Wiggins did not comply when asked to stop running and was caught shortly after. Officer Nolan found a tobacco vape in the front pocket of Wiggins after searching him and taking him into custody. Wiggins was charged with evading arrest and prohibited purchase of tobacco by minors.
30-year-old Jevell Rucker was pulled over on September 28 just after midnight when officers stated that they could not see into the car through the tint of his windows. While the officer initiated their emergency equipment around mile marker 11.8, they stated that the vehicle came to a stop at Exit 4 Westbound I-24.
When the officer approached the window, they alleged that there was a strong marijuana smell coming from the car. A search of the center console found six grams of marijuana and that Rucker was the only occupant of the car. The officer also claims that the window tint was not legal after being tested with a tint card and window tint meter.
Rucker was booked for evading arrest, simple possession, a window tint violation, and out-of-county warrants that were discovered after the fact.
32-year-old Nichole Jones was served a warrant for violation of probation while shopping inside a Dollar General. When officers made contact inside the store, Jones admitted to concealing multiple items with the intent to steal them. A manager was notified and scanned the items, which came out to $58. After the warrant was confirmed through the National Crime database, Jones was further charged with theft of property.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Garrison Meadows was booked on September 2nd when police observed a pickup truck speeding down Dover Road, going 68 mph in a 45mph zone. Police followed the truck as it sped through the Circle K parking lot. This was when the police turned on their emergency equipment to make a traffic stop, but the vehicle picked up speed, leaving the officer behind on Lafayette Road. Further down the road, the officer found the truck in a yard crashed into a parked vehicle. Meadows was identified as the injured driver in the front seat. There was also an injured female in the passenger seat and an unresponsive male in the backseat. Meadows admitted to drinking but refused to perform sobriety tests and was transported to Tennova ER.
24-year-old Alishaa Dabney, AKA Peachy, was jailed on September 14th after a vehicle pursuit in her Audi A4 on Lafayette Road after she failed to stop at a stop sign. Once the officers activated emergency equipment, Dabney sped away until eventually coming to a complete stop on Anita Court. While placing Ms. Dabney into custody for the chase and traffic violation, officers observed a male passenger in the vehicle. He stated that he told Ms. Dabney to stop several times during the chase, but she refused. A strong odor of marijuana was coming from the vehicle, according to police. A search yielded a “Stitch” satchel bag containing 24.9 grams of marijuana and two loaded guns, one of which didn’t have a serial number. Dabney was sluggish and had bloodshot eyes. She admitted to being under the influence and to being in possession of marijuana and firearms.
36-year-old Breanne Nixon was jailed on July 31st when an employee at Ebenezer’s Liqors and Wines reported that she was causing a disturbance at the business. When police arrived at the store, they observed Nixon showing obvious signs of impairment. While being questioned, Nixon ran outside, trying to enter her vehicle, but police apprehended her and placed her into custody.
19-year-old Zachary Clark was jailed on July 14th after leading police in a car chase that ended in the parking lot of Wagon Wheel on Fort Campbell Boulevard. Clark was the driver during the chase. Unknown pills were found in his pockets that were later identified as Percocets and Xanax. A search of the vehicle yielded 5.7 grams of fentanyl, 46.6 grams of marijuana, a loaded Ruger 5.7, a loaded Kel-Tec PMR, and a loaded Glock 36 in the backseat.
22-year-old Devan Tanksley was jailed on June 8th after police attempted to pull him over for riding his motorcycle without a helmet on 41-A. Tanksley also didn’t have visible tags attached to his bike. When he noticed he was being pulled over, he drove off but eventually looped his way back to officers. It was discovered Tanksley’s license had been suspended since October 2022 for failing to pay his fines.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Kenneth McCormack was jailed on April 9th after taking off on the police when they tried to pull him over for speeding on his motorcycle. An officer saw McCormack going 67 mph on Dover Road at 2:40 a.m. When the officer turned on his lights and siren, McCormack sped off trying to avoid being pulled over. The Officer turned off his emergency equipment and saw McCormack pull into Mr. Billy’s Bar and go inside. The officer followed and was able to identify McCormack by his clothing. He would not give the officer his Driver’s License, but he was able to be identified by cross-referencing from a prior incident on his motorcycle within the city.
35-year-old Joel Demon was jailed earlier this month after assaulting his girlfriend, Jean Utley, who also makes frequent appearances on the booking log. She says he punched her in the face on April 2, placing her in fear. Officers documented visible injuries to her face and located Demon a short distance away from their Wilma Rudolph Blvd. hotel room. He also had drug paraphernalia on him at the time of his arrest.
19-year-old Alexis Johnson was doing donuts in a parking lot when Clarksville Police activated their lights and attempted to stop her. She fled the area and later wrecked her car at the Speedway on Providence Blvd. She fled on foot from the car and ran behind the Speedway, and was unable to be located. Officers searched the abandoned vehicle, which was registered to Johnson, and located 19 grams of marijuana. Johnson eventually came to the police station and wrote a statement in which she admitted to driving the wrecked car and fleeing from police.
33-year-old Hurbert Bell was arrested for various drug charges after a traffic stop this week. On Feb 28th, Officer Tudor initiated a traffic stop on Concord Dr. for a black Mercedes S550 that ran a stop sign at Charlemagne Blvd and Ft Campbell Blvd. When Bell was approached, he advised the officer that he didn’t have a driver’s license because it was suspended. When the officer asked if there were any illegal drugs in the vehicle, he said he had marijuana in the car. Bell consented to a vehicle search. The officer found five airtight zip-locked plastic pouches that said premium cannabis flower weighing 3.5 grams each, a pack of swisher sweets cigarillos, cigar wraps, and a rolling tray. When searching Mr. Bell’s person, a white pill identified as 10mg Oxycodone was found.
Deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a silver Chrysler 200 on I-24 as it was traveling 107 mph on February 13. Inside the vehicle was 19-year-old Diamond Robinson, 20-year-old Le’Andreonna Robinson, and 20-year-old Antoine Maupin. The trio increased speed, and a chase began onto Wilma Rudolph at 85 mph, where they blacked out the vehicle and eventually lost control into a field off Trenton Road. They fled on foot but were apprehended across the field. Inside the vehicle was 17 grams of marijuana, 2 grams of Fentanyl, and a firearm. All three denied being the driver or possession of the gun
28-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jerod Hauck was jailed early Sunday morning after drunkenly fleeing from officers on Trenton Road. Officers initially received a call that Hauck was stumbling down the roadway just after 5 a.m., and they canvassed the area looking for the man. He was found in the parking lot of Jenkins and Wynne and ran from officers when they gave him commands to stop. Hauck fell down multiple times while attempting to run away, but was eventually taken into custody.
37-year-old accused home improvement fraudster Bryan Boisvert was found hiding in his attic crawl space when deputies took him into custody on February 3 after his wife allowed them inside to search. He was jailed on a warrant charging him with home improvement fraud. In 2022, he was operating under the name of ‘AAA Home Improvements’ and ‘A Home Improvements’ and agreed to build a tiny house for Angel Fleites. She paid Boisvert $15,000, and after several months no progress had been made, and she requested a refund of her deposit. He initially agreed to refund her money but never followed through. He is charged with Home Improvement Fraud.
18-year-old Dillon Robert Kane Duke was identified by “several family members” as being the person who broke into a home less than a block away from his own on Jan 23. Joshua Williams and Franqui Nicolis provided police with a home security video that showed a young white male in a hoodie taking things from their home, and several of his family members quickly identified him, leading to a warrant being issued for his arrest.
Clarksville Police say 39-year-old Marci Hoogerwerf refused to stop for police when they attempted to stop her to investigate a hit-and-run that had just occurred in the parking lot of Drake’s on South Hampton Place on January 27. She was driving a black Lexus, which matched the description from the incident. As an officer also noticed she was driving on tags that expired in March of 2022 he activated his emergency equipment neart Trenton Road and Caney Lane. She refused to stop and continued to drive to her home on Sierra Court. As she exited the vehicle in her driveway she was taken into custody. Hoogerwerf stated she “didn’t feel safe,” and wanted to get home to her children. She was charged with felony evading arrest and driving an unlicensed vehicle.
29-year-old Princess Ashford was involved in a road rage incident on January 23 near the Shell Sudden Service on Alfren Thun Road just before 6 p.m. As she was speaking with officers, she was told she was being detained and was not free to leave. Moments later, Ashford jumped in her white Nissan Versa and fled the scene while driving on a suspended license. Warrants were issued for her arrest, which she was later booked on.
25-year-old Dezisrae Deshawn Reed was one of three women who worked together to steal three handbags valued at $5,750 from Dillard’s at Governor’s Square Mall in Clarksville just before 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. As a Clarksville Police Officer attempted to pull her from the driver’s seat of a vehicle, she began to drive away, with him hanging out her door…