Fort Campbell soldier Clint Gardner charged in 2 a.m. DUI after crash

Police say 25-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Clint Gardner ran a red light in his red El Camino on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 2 a.m. on April 30 and struck another vehicle. He suffered injuries from the accident and was transported to the hospital for treatment. Gardner admitted to drinking prior to driving but would not elaborate on how much or how long before. He reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech, according to first responders.

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Man admits to drinking, actually PASSES field sobriety tests — Zla Holder

Clarksville Police say 30-year-old Zla Holder failed to completely stop at a stop sign on the night of February 12th while driving his silver Ford F-150. As officer Steven Davis initiated a traffic stop and approached the vehicle, Holder fled the vehicle and ran behind a row of houses in the neighborhood. He was located soon after and gave consent to search his vehicle. Officers located an open bottle of Jameson, an open can of Mike’s Twisted Tea, two empty bottles of brandy, and 0.99 grams of marijuana.

Holder admitted to drinking at the casino earlier and consuming some of the Twisted Tea drink. Police say that “due to his ability to run while evading arrest, and successful completion of field sobriety tests” he was not charged with DUI.

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