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.
28-year-old Raveion Shalayla Johnson was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on July 5th after the Grand Jury indicted her on a felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge. The indictment alleges that in August of 2020, Johnson brandished a handgun causing Kurt Jackson to fear imminent bodily injury. She is free on a $10,000 bond.
Clarksville Police responded to an aggravated assault call on July 3rd and met with Yulanda Rowe, who stated she was waking on Cumberland Drive when her niece, 31-year-old Alicia Dubach, punched her in the face and knocked her to the ground, and then stomped on her face repeatedly.
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.
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.
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.
31-year-old Robert Hart is free on a $50,000 bond via 911 Bail Bonding after a Montgomery County Grand Jury this month indicted him on two counts of rape and two counts of incest. The incidents are alleged to have occurred between January and June of 2021, and the victim was his 15-year-old niece.
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.
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.
Police say doorbell video footage shows 47-year-old Tamonica Gaines approaching her neighbor’s door yelling and screaming as she picks up a ceramic planter and tossing it into the glass door, shattering it. She then picked up a folding metal chair and attacks the fender and hood of the car in the driveway, and smashes an outside light fixture and vent. The victim says she has only seen the neighbor from a distance, but doesn’t know her and has never interacted with her. The damage is estimated at $3,430.
29-year-old Cauis Brantley is charged with felony aggravated domestic assault after police documented several injuries to his wife, Raven Bunton, during a domestic violence call to their home. She says Caius slapped her in the face with an open hand, then threw her onto the bed and wrapped both hands around her throat until she shouldn’t breathe.
52-year-old Clarksville Financial Advisor Robert Kennedy was jailed in Nashville Tuesday, charged with felony theft. Court records allege he stole $10,000 in cash from his girlfriend, Heidi Blessing, which she had recently withdrawn from the bank for an upcoming surgery. The lovers had been celebrating Robert’s birthday at her apartment and were reportedly intoxicated when they got into an argument. She placed the cash inside a gold makeup bag that night and says he absconded with the cash the next morning. Police say security cameras show no one else entering or exiting the residence during the time the cash disappeared. Robert Kennedy is the son of Reber and Opal Kennedy, of Clarksville.
Madison Gerkin called police on March 14th to report that her 19-year-old boyfriend, Malik Isaiah Scott, had assaulted her multiple times last year between August 20th and December 31st, 2021. She detailed being pushed over the foot of her bed, having a sweater ripped off her body, being strangled until she lost consciousness, and multiple other incidents she says occurred during those five months last year. Scott is charged with felony domestic assault… details in the story.
Clarksville Police say 23-year-old Orlesha Wynn reported that the father of her child, Brandon Calloway, had assaulted her at their shared apartment. Once at the scene, both parties were separated and interviewed, along with an independent witness. Police determined it was actually Wynn who first shoved her former lover into a washing machine, sliced his leg with a knife, and struck him with a frying pan. She then tossed the frying pan through the window of their shared vehicle.
27-year-old Kemiees McClellan is free on a $10,000 bond after Clarksville Police say they caught her in a lie. On March 7th, she reported her car as stolen to CPD, stating someone took it while she warmed up her vehicle — it was 65 degrees at 6 a.m. that day, and above 40 degrees at 6 p.m., with the sun out all day long. Hours later, police contacted her to let her know her vehicle had been recovered. During an interview, she admitted to lying about the auto theft and stated she had given someone access to the vehicle and they had simply not returned it as soon as she desired.
Austin Peay Police Officer Levi Grubb says he observed 18-year-old Najee Brogdon driving a white Kia Optomi without headlights at 6:15 p.m. on February 27th. He conducted a traffic stop and says he immediately smelled marijuana. Brogdon admitted there was a black satchel with weed inside, and Officer Grubb found 22 grams of the green leafy goodness. He is charged with felony drug possession, and a commissioner set his bond at $10,000.
After nearly a 7-year wait, 28-year-old Marquis Moultrie is in the Montgomery County Jail, charged with the 2015 aggravated robbery of Sam’s Discount Tobacco. Police say he forced his way inside while carrying a pistol, injuring the store owner. He threw the register to the ground when he couldn’t get the cables free to flee with it. After fleeing to South Carolina in 2015, he faced new charges and a prison sentence there for pointing and presenting a firearm, petit larceny, assault and battery 1st degree, burglary 1st degree, burglary 2nd degree, grand larceny, probation violation, failure to stop for blue lights and fleeing to evade arrest. He was eventually arrested in South Carolina in September of 2018 on all of those warrants.
Clarksville, Tennessee auto dealer Andrew Oliver was charged today with bank fraud, resulting from a fraudulent scheme in which he obtained loans from several credit unions for the same vehicles, announced U.S. Attorney Mark H. Wildasin for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Agents with the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force got a surprise as they prepared to execute a controlled delivery of 15 pounds of marijuana that had been intercepted in a FedEx shipment on February 15th. As they were conducting surveillance on the Faye Drive home in Clarksville after they had delivered the package, a UPS delivery truck arrived and dropped off an unexpected identical box at the home. A short time later, 37-year-long Shaneka Anjel Long 27-year-old Byron Brown arrived in a Jeep and took both packages inside.
Agents executed the search warrant and located their known package of 15 pounds of marijuana, and the UPS package, which was an additional 15-pound package of marijuana. In total, 30 pounds of marijuana were seized, in addition to various drugs and paraphernalia throughout the house and Jeep, including crack cocaine, a digital scale, and a handgun.