22-year-old Gabrielle Mejia was seen in a grey Subaru weaving in and out of her lane on Fort Campbell Boulevard late February 9th. Officers conducted a traffic stop and made contact with Mejia, who had a strong smell of an intoxicating beverage and appeared inebriated. Mejia had trouble locating and handing over her documents and admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages. When asked how drunk she was on a scale of 1-10, she replied “3”, leading to Mejia agreeing to perform field sobriety tests, but she performed poorly. Gabrielle Mejia was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
35-year-old Donalyn Gibbs was jailed Christmas morning after officers observed her swerving and blocking traffic in her Nissan Sentra at the intersection of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Sinclair Drive. Police could smell alcohol coming from her breath as she consented to sobriety tests. She performed poorly and blew a .144% BAC on a breathalyzer. A search through NCIC reported no prior DUI history, making this her 1st DUI. Donalyn Gibbs was taken into custody and charged for driving under the influence.
30-year-old Kwadwo Kyei was swerving between lanes on Ft. Campbell Blvd. in the early hours of October 22 as officers observed him driving less than 20 mph in a 45-mph zone and initiated a traffic stop. Officers observed Kyei to be visibly intoxicated when they approached the driver’s side. Kyei consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and provided a breath sample which resulted in 0.117% BAC. Kyei was taken into custody for DUI, officers were also advised that Kyei had a pending DUI charge from about a year ago.
34-year-old Jonathan Love was pulled over on a traffic stop for swerving lanes and driving at inconsistent speeds. Officer Malone made contact with Love, who admitted that he had drunk alcohol “earlier in the day.” Love later consented to Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, on which he performed terribly, and was taken into custody for a blood sample, which he also agreed to. When officers searched Love’s vehicle, they found an empty vodka bottle on the passenger side along with numerous empty pill bottles labeled as “ZAZA RED.” Per Vanderbilt University, Tianeptine, an antidepressant drug banned in Tennessee, is the primary ingredient in “ZAZA RED.” Love was taken into custody and charged with DUI.
38-year-old Lauren Marie Wright Holden told police she did “a bump of heroin” in the bathroom of Dodge’s on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 8 p.m. Wednesday. Police say she then walked outside and attempted to pump gas when she overdosed and became unconscious. Officers arrived and administered Narcan, and she became responsive shortly afterward. Officers took her into custody for public intoxication, and a search incident to arrest revealed a loaded Canik TP9 handgun in her purse. She was additionally charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence.
Clarksville’s newest Italian restaurant, Casa D’Italia Ristorante, received a devastating score of 59 from the health department in its third week of being open to the public. Hands were not washed, dishes were not sanitized, sausage and ground beef items were cooked 3 hours in advance and sitting out at 76 degrees, meatballs were under temperature, pasta was pre-cooked and held at 48 degrees, and dozens of other violations. Fifteen pounds of food was embargoed from being served.
Clarksville Police responded to Dodge’s market late last Thursday night to find 18-year-old Gabriel Wayne Rich chasing his girlfriend, Brianna Dycus, around a black sedan. Brianna told police the couple argued because he would not take her to the Trap Market, and that Gabriel pushed her out of the back seat and onto the ground while she was trying to get back into the vehicle.
On July 23rd at 3:03 a.m., the Waffle House at 1683 Fort Campbell Blvd was temporarily shut down by officials for being a fire hazard. 26-year-old Sydney Morris refused to leave the restaurant and insisted on arguing with police orders and their authority. As she was placed into custody for disorderly conduct, she refused to walk, forcing officers to drag her to the patrol vehicle. She then resisted being placed inside the patrol car and required multiple officers to place her inside.
Detectives with the Clarksville Police Department Special Operations Homicide Unit have charged 44-year-old Toni Camia with Aggravated Child Abuse/Neglect/Endangerment of a child less than eight years old and First Degree Murder in perpetration/attempt to perpetrate a crime for the death of 5-month-old Angel Stanford, and she is jailed in lieu of a $300,000 bond.
43-year-old Toni Camia was permanently trespassed from Walmart in 2019, according to police. On April 16th, Walmart Loss Prevention employees from the Fort Campbell Blvd location called police to say she was being detained for taking $42.93 worth of grocery items. Officers arrived, and due to the prior trespass on file, she was charged with felony burglary and transported to booking. She is free on a $5,000 bond.
21-year-old Joshua Harris, of Chapmansboro, has been identified as the motorcyclist killed in the t-bone crash at 1444 Fort Campbell Blvd on March 2nd. Police say the motorcyclist was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes at the time of the collision when he crashed into another vehicle.
Clarksville Police say they searched the purse of 27-year-old Tiana Thorpe during a shoplifting investigation at Walmart on Fort Campbell Blvd and found 3 grams of a substance that tested positive for containing fentanyl, along with a straw and baggies with residue.
Thorpe is free on a $25,000 bond.