23-year-old Darien Brooks was jailed on July 22nd when police observed him speeding down Tiny Town. Police radar confirmed he was going 61 mph in a 45 mph zone. When officers made contact with Mr. Brooks, they smelled alcohol emitting from his body. He had watery eyes and slowed speech. He told the officer that he had “one four loco.” Police saw a white cup in the center console, which Mr. Books admitted to being alcohol. He consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and was taken to Tennova for a blood sample.
27-year-old Fort Campbell E-3 Soldier Stephen Habisreitinger was jailed on April 22 after causing a drunken scene inside Dick’s Sporting Goods in Clarksville. The store manager called 911 after the soldier, who reeked of alcohol, was disturbing other customers and store employees. Officers arrived and observed Stephen making statements that were incoherent and not relevant to the context of the situation. He was unable to provide a number for anyone to pick him up, so he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
27-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Fanoula Fanoula was in a fight with an employee of the troubled Electric Cowboy bar just before 1 a.m. on April 16. Clarksville police arrived to find Fanoula still screaming and highly intoxicated. He had assaulted an employee and refused to calm down. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Steven Scott Lindsay caused such a disruption at the troubled Electric Cowboy at 2 a.m. Sunday, that staff requested that he be removed and trespassed from the location. Clarksville Police arrived to find him sitting near the front door and extremely intoxicated. When officers mentioned how drunk he was, Lindsay became argumentative and combative, pointing at an officer and yelling, “take me to jail,” and take him to jail, they did.
28-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jerod Hauck was jailed early Sunday morning after drunkenly fleeing from officers on Trenton Road. Officers initially received a call that Hauck was stumbling down the roadway just after 5 a.m., and they canvassed the area looking for the man. He was found in the parking lot of Jenkins and Wynne and ran from officers when they gave him commands to stop. Hauck fell down multiple times while attempting to run away, but was eventually taken into custody.
27-year-old Daniel Medina was found crawling around on the ground and vomiting at the Shell at 1820 Fort Campbell Blvd, just four blocks from his home, just after 9 p.m. on January 15. Officers arrived to check on his welfare and noted his extreme level of intoxication. He was unable to provide any information about how he got there, what he was doing, where he lived, or any way to get him somewhere safe.
24-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Joshua Troy Wilson was sitting in his Chevy Silverado at the Electric Cowboy just before 1 a.m. Friday and had opened his door to vomit on the ground. Officers who were responding to another call at the location observed this and check on his welfare. Wilson admitted to drinking too much at the troubled establishment and remained too drunk to find anyone to transport him home. He was transported to jail and charged with public intoxication.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Michael Timothy East says he was drinking at the troubled Electric Cowboy bar in Clarksville Friday night and into the early hours of Saturday morning. As he left, he was driving in front of THP Trooper Brian Glenn on 41-A, who says he was weaving while driving a white Chevy Silverado at 3:23 a.m. East performed poorly on field sobriety tests and later blew a 0.105% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Police say 26-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Cody Lerch was arguing with staff and other patrons in the parking lot of the Electric Cowboy just before 4 a.m. Saturday, well past closing time for the troubled club. Police say he was extremely intoxicated and began to work toward N. Riverside Drive. Officers determined him to be intoxicated to be left alone and took him into custody for his own safety.
Officers conducted a traffic stop on 22-year-old Tyler Christopher Davis at 3:20 a..m. as he was driving a white Subaru Outback and failing to maintain his lane of travel. David admitted to consuming a “couple beers” While at the Electric Cowboy. Officers say he reeked of alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He would later blow a 0.159% BAC, nearly double the legal limit.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Cavalry Scout Jonathan Maisonet reportedly nearly drowned on the Red River. Last weekend, Clarksville Police responded to Peachers Mill Road in response to a call that two heavily intoxicated individuals were floating down the Red River and that one of them had almost drowned. Medics responded to medically clear Maisonet, who survived the incident. Police noted he was still very intoxicated with slurred speech, and could not stand on his own two feet without assistance. He was charged with public intoxication.