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.
23-year-old Alex John Albino-Prutko crashed into another vehicle on I-24 with his friend Jaron Fraizer in the passenger seat. They were out of the vehicle when first responders arrived, and Alex walked an officer to the crashed vehicle, which had tags expired from June. Jaron explained they were coming back from a party in Nashville but wasn’t sure how the crash happened as he was asleep while Alex drove. Alex admitted to drinking prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Witnesses to the crash say he was speeding in the left lane when he rear-ended the other involved vehicle, causing the crash, which spun his vehicle out of control as it went off the roadway and impacted a tree.
Clarksville Police Officer Robert Conery responded to a crash on August 28th at Tiny Town & Barkers Mill and discovered the 29-year-old driver Fabian Diaz had a suspended license, and his vehicle registration was expired. Diaz was previously charged with driving on a suspended license earlier this year. He was transported to booking and charged accordingly. Diaz is the owner of Fallen King Tattoo Studio in Oak Grove.
32-year-old Philip Thomas faces multiple charges after first responders pulled him from his crashed vehicle just after 9 p.m. Saturday. He rolled the 2013 GMC pickup after striking a guard rail, according to authorities, who found an open 1.75 L bottle of Maker’s Mark with only 1/4th of the whisky still in the bottle. Thomas, who had urinated on himself, told police had only had “one drink” at a friend’s house earlier.