22-year-old Jacob Ryan Gregorek was pulled over for speeding 21 mph over the speed limit Saturday night and told the officer he had smoked earlier but had no marijuana or drugs in the car when the officer noted he could smell marijuana. He eventually consented to a search of his vehicle after multiple more denials that anything was inside the vehicle, and the officer located 17 grams of marijuana in the console. Gregorek explained he was from Virginia, where he says they’re allowed to have small personal amounts.
-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.
Just three months after the last aggravated domestic violence charge against 42-year-old Eric Gonzalez was dismissed with costs when the victim didn’t testify, Clarksville Police yet again responded to the Sikorsky Lane residence this week. The same victim, Allison Hansen, advised she and Gonzalez, who is her boyfriend of seven years, had a physical altercation during which he head-butted her and punched her in the face. Officers documented injuries, and as they were attempting to detain Gonzalez for questioning, he refused to be cuffed and grabbed the vest of a Clarksville police officer, and attempted to twist him around to evade being detained.
Additional officers arrived, and Gonzalez was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault and resisting arrest. In the prior incident, police found Hansen hiding in a closet on the lower level of the home after he had pointed a pistol at her head, upset that she was out later than he approved of.
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.
31-year-old Adam Wayne Branam told Clarksville Police he consumed 6 tallboy cans of beer before wrecking into a random person’s front yard on Tiny Town Road just after 4 a.m. Saturday. Officers arrived to find his sports car wrecked, and Branam stated he had just “lost control.” He was visibly intoxicated and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He initially agreed to a blood draw but refused once at the hospital, stating he wanted to “delay the process,” forcing the officer to request a warrant, which was granted.
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.
Police say 23-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Dalton Wayne Henderson was in a Ford truck in the APSU McCord parking lot doing burnouts and spins. As officers approached Henderson, he reportedly reeked of alcohol and admitted to consuming eight alcoholic drinks that evening. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and later blew a 0.234% BAC on a breathalyzer. A judicial commissioner noted he had a prior DUI case dismissed when he set his bond at $2,500.
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.
19-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Colton Everett May driving his Hyundai Genesis at 92 mph on Fort Campbell Blvd, where the speed limit is 45 mph. Clarksville Police Officer Darrius Robinson tracked the speed on a handheld radar and made the traffic stop. May stated he was aware of the 45 mph speed limit, but he was taking a friend to pick up a rental car. May was transported to jail and charged with reckless driving.
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.
Just after 4 a.m. Sunday, THP Trooper Michael Hickmon was traveling on Fort Campbell Blvd when he observed 24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Ryan Tyler Cook driving a vehicle at 65 mph in a 45 mph zone while crossing over his lane of travel. During the subsequent traffic stop, Cook admitted to drinking “three shots” prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He later blew a 0.173% BAC on a breathalyzer.
21-year-old Ruth Valdez was drinking with her friends all night at an apartment on Tiny Town Road when she decided she was going to drive home at 6:15 a.m. Sunday. Her friends called 911 when she attempted to leave in her vehicle while still extremely intoxicated. Officer arrived. As officers arrived and detained her, she hit Officer Malone and then began kicking the windows and partitions inside the patrol car. Due to her level of intoxication, she was transported to Sango ER where she managed to slip one of her handcuffs. There was a struggle in the hospital while attempting to get her hands cuffed behind her back for transport to jail, as she actively resisted all efforts.
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.
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.
Just before 3 a.m. Friday, Clarksville Police found 22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Kameron Tillmon “shirtless, shoeless, and with cockleburs stuck to his sweatpants” as he banged on the door of an apartment as he attempted to open it on Oak Arbor Court. Police say he reeked of alcohol and had been in front of other nearby apartments, too. He was unable to tell officers where he was coming from, going to, or why he was there. Due to his level of intoxication, he was transported to booking.
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.
29-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Alexander Fair was unknowingly traveling in front of a THP Trooper’s vehicle when he accelerated to 76 mph in a 45 mph zone, and then accelerated to 86 mph a short time later. THP Trooper Cadena initiated a traffic stop in front of Gate 1 and placed Fair under arrest for reckless driving. He arranged for a friend to pick up the Mustang and he was transported to booking.
41-year-old Fort Campbell E-7 Soldier Carl Shawn Disney was stopped for his erratic driving just after lunch on Sunday. An officer made contact with Mr. Disney, who claimed he had “four drinks, four hours ago.” After performing poorly on field sobriety tests, it was determined Disney was driving while intoxicated. A search of his vehicle revealed a handgun in his possession while intoxicated, and he would later blow a 0.171% BAC on a breathalyzer — more than double the legal limit.