Mary Andrews charged after beating her husband with belt; stabbing through a door

36-year-old Mary Louise Andrews faces a felony aggravated domestic assault charge after her husband, Matthew Richardson, called 911 stating his life was in danger. As officers arrived at their Periwinkle Place residence, the husband could be heard yelling for help through the front door. He stated Mary had struck him with a belt buckle across the back and was in fear for his life. Mary reportedly had followed him throughout the home, assaulting him with various objects and even stabbing holes in a door while attempting to get to him before police arrived.

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Tristan Hanif tells police someone crashed into his car. It was him. He crashed it. He was drunk.

Police say 24-year-old Tristan Hanif called 911 at 5 a.m. on January 2 to report someone hit his car in a parking lot on Polk Street, and a report was taken. At 10 a.m., two residents of Anita Court noticed their cars had been hit in their parking lot, too. A bumper was located at that scene, leftover from the crash, and the VIN was traced back to Hanif. During a second interview, Hanif admitted the he was drinking alcohol earlier in the evening and had no memory of what actually happened that night. He is charged with felony filing a false report.

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Austin Mellender jailed for felony auto theft & two handguns

18-year-old Austin Michael Mellender is jailed in lieu of a $50,000 bond charged with the theft of a 2020 Ford Escape from Rheann Vera. Officers located him inside the vehicle with two male juveniles, ages 13 and 14, on Pageant Lane with 15 grams of marijuana and a loaded .22 magnum revolver, which was also reported stolen. He attempted to flee during the arrest but was captured after a brief foot chase. A search also revealed a 9mm handgun in the pocket of his hoodie. During an interview, it was learned all three individuals participated in the vehicle theft.

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Clarksville rapper Sam Kirkland ($KVRDA) charged in shoe shop ‘Skvrdakicks’ fraud

20-year-old Clarksville rapper Samuel Kirkland, known to his handful of fans as ‘SKVRDA’, was jailed this week after taking money for products in his online shoe store ‘SKVRDAKICKS’ and never fulfilling the orders. Though many complaints have been filed, this particular felony theft charge stems from Corey Greer, who spent $1,480 with Kirkland for the purchase of shoes. He never received any of the shoes. Kirkland provided fake FedEx tracking numbers in an effort to cover his crime and refused to refund the money or ship the product. Kirkland was booked into custody on November 29th and posted a $5,000 bond later that same day. At press time, he was still selling shoes on his site.

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Amir McCain (FlipPhoneShwty) jailed after fleeing police during April traffic stop

21-year-old Amir Shadon McCain, locally known as rapper FlipPhoneShwty) was jailed this week after being on the run for five months on multiple warrants, including a felony evading arrest/flight charge. In April, an officer was conducting a traffic stop on a Nissan Altima driven by McCain, and as he walked near the vehicle, McCain sped away and was able to evade police until they gave up the chase. Multiple warrants were issued for his arrest, and he was jailed on September 22nd after a new traffic stop for speeding. He is free on a $24,000 bond.

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Rishawn Crump jailed after reporting a robbery, admits he was just high on shrooms and crack cocaine

33-year-old Rishawn Crump, who had his wife arrested earlier this month claiming he was in fear of her after she sliced his shoe with a knife and refused to bail her out of jail, has now been jailed twice in 72 hours and remains in jail in lieu of a $5,000 bond. His recent antics include smashing out the front glass of a car dealership after being denied a test drive, and being high on alcohol, marijuana, mushrooms, and crack cocaine, when he called police believing he had been robbed.

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Soldier Dakota Damron faces felony after accidentally firing rifle inside his apartment

Clarksville Police responded to a shots-fired call on Tandy Drive on May 30th, in which a bullet traveled through two occupied apartments and lodged in the wall of the second apartment. Officers located 24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Dakota Damron who lives in a connecting apartment. Damron stated he “accidentally fired a round”, explaining he was “cleaning his rifle and afterward loaded a magazine not thinking it was loaded causing him to accidentally fire the rifle,” according to a statement given to police.

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Easre Griffin faces felony charges after chasing and ramming a vehicle multiple times

28-year-old Easre Griffin is charged with felony aggravated assault after Kinashia Russell told police that Griffin rammed her vehicle at least four times on May 17th. The victim was traveling on Ashland City Road when she says Griffin was chasing her and rammed her as she was moving into the turning lane, then backed up and rammed her a second time. As the victim pulled into a parking lot, Griffing continued the chase, and when she caught up with the victim, she rammed the rear and the side of her vehicle in two separate hits. The victim says she has known Griffin for a few years, and identified her in a lineup, but did not say what the motive was. Officers documented extensive damage to the victim’s vehicle.

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Window tint traffic stop finds Nathaniel Crespo with 14 zips of marijuana — $25K bond

Clarksville police pulled over 32-year-old Nathaniel ‘Nate’ Crespo for a window tint violation on the Jaguar he was driving on May 11th. During the court of the traffic stop, officers claimed to smell marijuana, and Crespose stated his brother had recently smoked in the car. Officer searched the vehicle and located two bags, one orange, and the other black. Inside the orange bag was a vacuum-sealed bag of marijuana. Two mason jars of marijuana, along with baggies and a scale, were found in the black bag. The total weight was just under one pound, coming in at 410 grams, or just over 14 zips.

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Kristina Hood charged with slicing up her ex-boyfriend’s expensive sneakers, harassing his new girlfriend

29-year-old Kristina Hood now faces felony vandalism and misdemeanor harassment charges after she just can’t leave her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend alone. Her ex-boyfriend came by to pick up his shoes from her residence, and when he returned home and opened the boxes, the six pairs of shoes all had cuts across them, she had destroyed them with some sharp object like a knife or scissors. The shoes were valued at $1,500. She is also charged with harassing his new girlfriend by sending alarming and threatening text messages to her cell phone despite repeated demands to stop. More recently, she started calling the victim’s place of work, placing her in fear.

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Jack Lankford faces felony after kicking co-worker’s vehicle at Trane, in parking dispute

59-year-old Jack Lankford is charged with felony vandalism after police say he caused an uproar in the parking lot at Trane on Wilma Rudolph Blvd with a co-worker. The victim states she arrived at work and parked her vehicle, however, Lankford seemed “disgruntled” about her choice of that particular parking spot, so she asked him “really?” In response, Lankford admittedly says he kicked her vehicle out of frustration, causing damages estimated to be over $1,000.

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Eddie Calvin Coburn charged with felony custodial interference after defying court orders

A Grand Jury indictment charging 40-year-old Eddie Calvin Coburn Jr. with ten counts of felony custodial interference has been unsealed in Montgomery County this week. Coburn was booked on the charges on April 4th and is scheduled to be arraigned later this month. Coburn, who was the custodial parent of the 5-year-old child, reportedly refused to comply with court orders allowing visitation with the non-custodial parent on multiple instances since July of 2021.

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