22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Cole Carini called 911 after an hours-long argument with his wife, 23-year-old Danielle Carini. He says the argument escalated, and she began to hit him repeatedly and spit on him. He told police that when he attempted to block the spray of spit, he may have accidentally made contact with her face. She says that during the altercation, he punched her in the jaw with a closed fist. Due to both parties alleging the other instigated the physical assaults, both were jailed.
Kelly Hughs says her husband, 31-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Ryan Christopher Hughes, headbutted her twice and scratched her as he attempted to take her phone by force Saturday morning. Officers arrived at the Wingfield Court residence just before 11 a.m., and Ryan admitted that the two had a physical altercation over her phone.
22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Curtis Lee Sumner now faces two domestic assault charges after his girlfriend, Trinity Jay, says she felt assaulted when he pushed her with his hand on her chest while arguing about their relationship. Additionally, she says that at about 5 p.m. on that same day, he kicked her on the left side of her body during an argument.
Officers spoke with Sumner, who says he left to stay at the barracks before things escalated. Trinity Jay refused to provide a written statement, and officers did not observe any visible signs of injury. Sumner returned to the scene and provided a statement to officers, and was taken into custody on two counts of domestic assault.
22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Travon ‘Tray’ Weaver is jailed in lieu of a $16,000 bond after he was reportedly riding home from Fort Cambell Blvd with his wife, Haley Hall Weaver, driving and two children (one age 2 years, one age 7 months) inside the vehicle. The couple reportedly got into an argument, and Weaver yanked the steering wheel, causing the vehicle to swerve while they were near exit 11. Once they got into their neighborhood, he reportedly yanked the steering wheel again, causing the vehicle to spin out and roll into a neighbor’s yard. Haley says she was holding the infant after she exited the car, and Travon then pushed her to the ground.
19-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Christian Davis is now charged with felony aggravated domestic assault after his wife, Nisha Davis, advised he slapped her in the face and then strangled her on July 11th during an argument. She states she began to black out as he continued to strangle her, and officers documented visible injuries on her neck consistent with strangulation.
Natalie Cheek says her husband, 20-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Bradley Cheek, asked her for her phone, and when she refused he retrieved it from her waistband by force while she ‘flailed’ her arms and hit him in self-defense. As she ran outside and got into her car, Bradley jumped into the passenger seat, and as she reversed he smashed the phone onto the ground and exited the vehicle. Bradley, who had marks on his body from her ‘flailing’ when he took her phone, spoke to the police and provided a very similar story. He was determined to be the primary aggressor and was taken into custody.
Shelby Lee says her husband, 28-year-old Soldier Timothy Lee, held her against her will inside their vehicle in the parking lot of Golly G’s on Madison Street in Clarksville. She says Timothy was given a pass from Fort Campbell for Father’s Day weekend, and the couple and their four children all celebrated by going to Golly G’s.
While in the parking lot she says he locked the door of the vehicle and refused to unlock or open the doors when asked. With her locked inside, he reportedly stated “I’m not going to let you leave me” and she was eventually able to escape the vehicle as it was in motion as he began to drive off.
Fort Campbell Soldier Brianna Fairman told police she was assaulted by her husband, 20-year-old soldier Tamarr Fairman, while discussing allegations of infidelity and the possibility she may be pregnant. She retreated to the bedroom to text her chain of command, and Tamarr followed her and told her to go to bed. When she refused, she says he shoved her into the bed and punched her in the chin while attempting to take her phone… but the argument wasn’t over.
22-year-old Autumn Young Ordonez is charged with domestic assault after she hit her husband, Matthew Ordonez, in the face after he was attempting to get her to vacate the bar she had been kicked out of. Officer Godwin responded to Mike’s Bar & Grill on a report that Young had assaulted a bouncer who was refusing to leave the property. Autumn was in the parking lot with her husband when police arrived, and multiple witnesses had observed her strike her husband as he was attempting to get her to leave the bar. Matthew also confirmed she slapped him. Young has two prior domestic violence charges, according to police.
Clarksville Police say 23-year-old Kayla Darroux of the 426th Brigade Support Battalion “Taskmasters” at Fort Campbell assaulted her ex-husband and stabbed one of his tires with a knife, causing it to go flat. The incident happened on May 23rd when police responded to a Northridge Drive apartment where the victim, Blake, explained she had grabbed his shirt to prevent him from walking away during an argument, leaving him with scratch marks on his neck. She then reportedly went outside and stabbed his tire with a knife on the passenger side of his vehicle. She has a prior history of domestic incidents, according to police. A commissioner set her bond at $250.
27-year-old Fort Campbell Sergeant Luke Anthony Jackson is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Harmony Jackson, after an argument left her cowering in a closet as he beat through the door.
Officers arrived at the Clarksville home on May 22nd, where the victim stated she retreated to the closet to escape from the argument, and once she was inside the closet, Luke began punching and elbowing the door near the victim. Once he had broken through the door, she was able to escape and take the children to another room, and on her way out, he raised his leg as if to kick her, and when she went back later to take a photo of the damage, he knocked the phone from her hand.
21-year-old Infantryman Cameron Stofer, of the 2nd Battalion, 327 Regiment (“No Slack”), is alleged to have held his girlfriend, Jocelyn Somers, down on their bed and placed her in a chokehold, constricting her windpipe. As she broke free from his grip, she says Stofer tore the room apart, flipping a mattress and swiping belongings off a bedside table. She says he then pushed her onto a bed full of Christmas decorations in the spare room as she went to retrieve her phone to call 911.
25-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Tristen Ray Harper was jailed this week after his wife, Rebecca, reported he slammed her arm in the freezer. Police responded to take her report at CPD Headquarters on April 21st, for the incident which occurred on April 18th. Police viewed a video of the incident which showed Tristen shutting the freezer door on her arm and leaning on the door so she could not remove it, after an argument about food items taking up too much space in the freezer. She also provided photos of visible marks on her arm, taken after the incident.
34-year-old Miguel Smith and his wife, Ayana Simmons, were reportedly arguing all throughout the day, and just before 9 p.m., the situation escalated when Miguel attempted to go upstairs. That’s when Ayana pushed him while he was on the stairs, resulting in him striking her in the back. Miguel says the argument escalated after Ayana pushed his rice cooker and glass candle off the kitchen counter, breaking them both. Both parties were taken into custody.
32-year-old Ayana Simmons and her husband, Miguel Smith, were reportedly arguing all throughout the day, and just before 9 p.m., the situation escalated when Miguel attempted to go upstairs. That’s when Ayana pushed him while he was on the stairs, resulting in him striking her in the back. Miguel says the argument escalated after Ayana pushed his rice cooker and glass candle off the kitchen counter, breaking them both. Both parties were taken into custody.
22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jeremiah Ray was jailed this week after Clarksville Police Officer Rosa Hyatt let herself into his apartment after a neighbor called to complain they could hear a couple fighting inside. Officer Hyatt says no one was answering the door for her, so after she heard a female yelling and a loud noise she let herself inside the home after realizing the door was unlocked. As she opened the door and announced herself, Lela Perry approached the door as she continued yelling at her husband, Jeremiah Ray. She insisted the argument was only verbal, however, Officer Hyatt says she observed a “hand imprint” on Perry, and Perry insisted it was her own. Jeremiah Ray says the argument began over social media and led to wrestling, and admitted he made a “slap mark” on his wife. With that admission, he was taken into custody and charged with domestic violence.
Jasmine Bronaugh says she returned home from Fort Bragg to find her husband, 25-year-old Sean Bronaugh, had a party at their home. She told responding officers that she took his phone and discovered he was cheating on her. Sean says Jasmine woke him up by hitting him in the face before she went upstairs and locked herself in the bathroom with the phone. She says Sean broke through the bathroom door and began to punch her in the face with his fists, then slammed her head into the wall several times. She was able to get outside to call 911, however, both parties would end up behind bars.
Sean Bronaugh says he was awoken from his sleep around 7 a.m. on March 27th, as his wife, 31-year-old Jasmine Bronaugh, returned home from Fort Bragg and began to hit him in the face, upset that she believed he was cheating and had thrown a party in her absence. She ran upstairs with his phone and locked herself in a bathroom. Sean broke through the door in an effort to retrieve his phone, and the couple began “wrestling around with each other” according to an arrest warrant. Both parties would be jailed for domestic assault.
Clarksville Police responded to a potential entanglement-in-progress at the Landings at Riverside Apartments on March 28th. Erin Brown told police that her girlfriend, 22-year-old Ft. Campbell Soldier Tequila Towns had brought her friend, Chianti Simmons, to the apartment and asked Towns if the three of them could have sexual relations together, which started an argument, resulting in Brown demanding that Towns leave the apartment.
As Brown was packing up Towns’ things, Towns reportedly pushed Brown and strangled her in a chokehold until she was unable to breathe, and officers document petechia in both eyes of the victim. The potential thruple applicant, Simmons, told police she heard some type of struggle coming from the bedroom and decided to call 911 when she says Towns was on top of Brown, assaulting her.
Police responded to Golden Eagle Way on March 1st, where a man pointed them in the direction of where a man had been “acting crazy”, but had just fled the scene. Officers met with Diana Wilmoth, who explained she and her husband, 29-year-old Hobert Lane Wilmoth, were estranged and he was at her home when she arrived there. Her roommates had to physically restrain Lane from attacking her, and she fled out the back door where he then chased her while she was calling 911 stating they may not get there quick enough, as he was threatening to kill her.
He grabbed the phone and destroyed it against a wall. There were multiple witnesses, and she told police this happens “all the time” and she never reported it. Wilmoth is a Commissioned Aviation Officer at Fort Campbell.