Deputies observed 24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Oliver Terry speeding on Hwy 374 just after 3 a.m. Saturday and conducted a traffic stop. During the interaction, Deputy LaBeause said Terry reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and consented to a blood draw, which was conducted at Tennova Sango prior to booking.
Tag: Fort Campbell DUI
DUI: Soldier Jasmyne Bray crahsed into ‘Welcome to Clarksville’ sign after ‘one shot’
22-year-old For Campbell Soldier Jasmyne Bray crashed her car into the “Welcome to Clarksville” sign near state line road just after 3 a.m. Sunday, according to Officer LaJoie who responded to the crash. The Nissan Altima was unoccupied at the time. A witness stated he saw the driver leave the scene with another individual. Officers got in contact with Bray, who she admitted that she was the one driving and had left the scene. She then returned to the scene of the accident and stated that she had one shot to drink earlier that evening. Bray agreed to perform sobriety tests and performed poorly. She was arrested for driving under the influence.
Soldier Eddie Brown charged with DUI after drinking at Electric Cowboy bar
22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Eddie Brown was driving his Nissan Sentra the wrong way on Ted A. Crozier St. Blvd just after 3:30 a.m. Sunday, when officers conducted a traffic stop. Brown, who was visibly intoxicated, stated he had just left the troubled Electric Cowboy bar, where he consumed “three to five Budweiser beers.” He was transported to Tennova for a blood draw and then to booking, where he was charged with DUI.
Fort Campbell Soldier Nathaniel Merck charged in 4 a.m. DUI — asleep behind the wheel
21-year-old Nathaniel Merck was found slumped over the wheel of his Volkswagen Passat just before 5 a.m. Saturday near 101st & Trenton Road. Merck was at a traffic light with his vehicle in drive, and several light cycles occurred after the officer arrived. His vehicle began to roll through the intersection as he became alert. Officers had to break through the window of the car, unlock the door, and place the car in park as he was driving toward a ditch. Merck performed poorly on field sobriety tests and admitted he was drunk. He later blew a 0.142% BAC on a breathalyzer.
Soldier Jonathan Radliff completes drunk driving rampage after leaving Electric Cowboy
22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jonathan Radliff says he had “four drinks” at the troubled Electric Cowboy club in Clarksville in the early hours of Friday morning. After getting extremely intoxicated, the soldier got into this vehicle and was involved in a hit-and-run which Clarksville Police are investigating. Shortly after that incident he was stopped by deputies on Hand Drive after someone called into say he struck their trailer and was still at the location. Deputies say he was visibly intoxicated and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Inside his vehicle were three open containers of various alcohol beverages.
Command Sergeant Major Larry Jarrett charged in late-night DUI on River Road
48-year-old Fort Campbell Command Sergeant Major Larry Fred Jarrett was jailed in the early hours of Friday morning on charges of driving under the influence and refusing to submit to testing/implied consent law. Deputy Ryan Foster says he observed Jarrett’s vehicle with no rear lights as it traveled on River Road. He conducted a traffic stop during which Jarrett fumbled with basic tasks, forgot what he was retrieving when asked for his identification, and gave incoherent answers to questions.
He claimed he was “almost at a friend’s house” at the time of the stop but was unable to give any information about the friend, the address, or the road he was on. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking. The deputy noted Jarrett had an out-of-state DUI approximately ten years ago.
Soldier Michael East charged with DUI after leaving Electric Cowboy
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.
DUI: red-faced soldier Richard Olen Wolfe say he wasn’t drinking, despite smelling of alcohol
22-year-old Ft. Campbell soldier Richard Olen Wolfe was arrested on December 11th and charged with driving while intoxicated. Police say they pulled Wolfe over after observing his inability to maintain his lane of travel. Wolfe stated he was coming from a birthday party and had nothing to drink. Police say he smelled of alcohol and performed poorly on field sobriety tests.
Soldier Mason Gunner Aydelott charged with DUI after leaving Nudie’s Honky Tonk
Police say 25-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Mason Gunner Aydelott was pulled over Saturday night for failing to maintain his lane of travel on Riverside Drive in Clarksville. When asked about his obvious alcohol usage, Aydelott stated he had “five or six” alcoholic drinks at Nudie’s Bar in Nashville prior to driving. He further stated he should not have been driving, felt “buzzed,” and considered himself a “3” when asked how drunk he was on a scale of 1-10. He was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
Soldier Marc Taylor, 19, charged with DUI after leaving Electric Cowboy at 2 a.m.
19-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Marc Anthony Taylor was weaving between lands near Ft. Campbell Blvd & Quinn Lane just after 2 a.m. Friday. A traffic stop was initiated by Clarksville Police, who said he had slurred speech and advised he was coming from The Electric Cowboy and heading to Fort Campbell. Taylor was charged with DUI and transported to booking.
DUI: Rakkasan Ryan Ian Bedell crashes into 3 parked cars after “two beers”
32-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Ryan Ian Bedell told Clarksville police he had a “couple of beers” before he crashed his red Chevrolet truck into three parked cars on Carter Road. Officers arrived and reported Bedell had red, bloodshot eyes and reeked of alcohol. When asked how drunk he was on a scale of 1-10, Bedell stated, “2”. He performed poorly on all field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI. Bedell is a member of the 187 3rd Battalion, an Iron Rakkasan.
Soldier Joshua Dagrin casually walks away from DUI crash after injuring woman
26-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Joshua Dagrin, who was recently named the ‘Iron Warrior of the Week’ of the Rakkasans, crashed his vehicle into another vehicle at 17th and Broadway in Nashville in the early hours of Saturday morning and casually walked away from the scene. The injured driver of the other vehicle stated she watched Dagrin walk away from the accident, and Dagrin’s passenger, Danielle Caron, confirmed that Dagrin was the driver. He was located up the street and admitted he drank “a couple of beers” before driving. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking.
DUI: Fort Campbell’s Tyler Davis charged after a “couple beers” at Electric Cowboy
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.
Soldier Albert Cook crashes at Waffle House after drinking at Electric Cowboy Friday night
-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Albert Michael Cook says he was drinking at the Electric Cowboy Friday night before driving to the Waffle House a few hundred yards away and crashing his black truck into a white car parked in the parking lot. Officers arrived while Cook was inside the restaurant, as he says he was attempting to find the owner of the white vehicle. Cook was transported to Sango ER for a blood draw and charged with DUI.
DUI: Soldier Alex Albino-Prutko crashes on way back home from “Nashville Party”
23-year-old Alex John Albino-Prutko crashed into another vehicle on I-24 with his friend Jaron Fraizer in the passenger seat. They were out of the vehicle when first responders arrived, and Alex walked an officer to the crashed vehicle, which had tags expired from June. Jaron explained they were coming back from a party in Nashville but wasn’t sure how the crash happened as he was asleep while Alex drove. Alex admitted to drinking prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Witnesses to the crash say he was speeding in the left lane when he rear-ended the other involved vehicle, causing the crash, which spun his vehicle out of control as it went off the roadway and impacted a tree.
Soldier Kevin Lozano-Cruz faces 2nd DUI after speeding on Fort Campbell Blvd
THP Trooper Michael Hickmon observed a silver vehicle driven by 29-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Kevin Benjamin Lozano-Cruz traveling at 63 mph in a 40 mph zone on Fort Campbell Blvd on Saturday. As he conducted a traffic stop, the officer reported Lozano-Cruz had bloodshot, watery eyes, and reeked of alcohol. He admitted to consuming one shot of alcohol 25 minutes prior to the interaction and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was transported to the Sango ER for a blood test and then booked into jail for DUI 2nd, as he had a prior DUI conviction in 2017.
Jonathan Love, of 5th Special Forces Group, charged with DUI; admits to drinking vodka before driving
32-year-old Jonathan Love, of the 5th Special Forces Group, 3rd Battalion, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail just before 1 a.m. Wednesday after CPD Officer David Hauser noticed Love’s Jetta swerving between lanes on Fort Campbell Blvd. During a traffic stop, Love was found to have lethargic speech, glossy watery eyes, and the smell of alcohol coming from his breath. He admitted to drinking “4-5 shots of vodka” prior to driving. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests he was transported to booking.
DUI: Soldier Alex Fisher says he drank “one beer” at the Electric Cowboy before crash that ejected passenger
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Alexander Matthew Fisher tells police he had “one beer” at the Electric Cowboy before rolling his vehicle on Whitfield Road, resulting in one of the passengers being ejected. When police arrived and interviewed Fisher, he stated, “I remember driving and taking a left turn at a curb and then waking up”. When asked if he had been drinking, Fisher responded: “one beer at the Electric Cowboy.” Officers say he performed poorly on field sobriety tests and reeked of alcohol.