31-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Tyler Robinson was charged with the domestic assault of his wife after police responded to their Dwight Eisenhower Way home just after 10 p.m. on January 28. Officers located Kaleina Robinson, who was bleeding from her nose but refused to give any statement. Tyler stated the two were in a verbal argument which escalated, and he “somehow” struck her in the nose.
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.
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.
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.
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.
20-year-old DeAsia “Dee” Louise Brown was arrested and charged with domestic assault on December 11th after attempting to stop her wife from leaving the home. According to police reports, Mrs. Brown attempted to stop her wife from removing her property from their home off Ted A Crozier Sr Blvd by grabbing the chain around her wife’s neck and pulling on her jacket so hard it ripped. Once her wife made it outside to her car, Brown proceeded to assault her again “with two punches to the neck and shoulder area.”
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.
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.
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.
41-year-old Levi Kenneth Alexander Stewart says he “lost control” when he strangled his wife until she couldn’t breathe on November 21. Diane Stewart says she and Levi were arguing over intimacy issues and the death of her ex-husband when Levi suddenly pushed her onto the couch when she attempted to stand up. He placed his hands around her neck until she could no longer breathe for a few moments. Moments later, she was able to flee to a neighbor’s home to call police. Bond conditions prevent Levi from using or owning any weapons until trial, except for military duties.
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.
20-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Hans Samuel “Sam” Heitlauf was drinking with a group of friends at his house late Thursday night, including John Scott and JaMichael Moore. Witnesses say he became irritated with people being in his home and pulled a pistol from his waistband and pointed it at one of the victims before his friends disarmed him. The soldier, who is too young to be drinking, and too immature to be armed, then pulled an AR-style rifle at his guests and cocked it…
Jeremy Snyder told police that he had been drinking with his 22-year-old girlfriend, Fort Campbell soldier Ana Lin Jackson, and got into a verbal dispute that quickly became physical. He says she began to hit him on the chest and grabbed his neck and grabbed his genitals during the assault. Officers observed marks and scratches all over his body due to the assault. Ana stated she had been drunk, and there had been an initial dispute and volunteered she had started a second argument.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Zachary Jeffrey Braley is charged with drag racing and speeding after a THP Trooper observed him driving one of four vehicles traveling together and approaching him at a high rate of speed, eventually reaching 91 mph in a 55 mph zone on Hwy 374 between Peachers Mill Road and Whitfield Road. Trooper Cadena stopped Braley, who was driving the lead vehicle, at 1 a.m. and placed him into custody.
27-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Dakota Blake Herrod was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant issued when he failed to appear for a traffic citation in July. The original June citation charges him with traveling at 68 mph in a 45 mph, with no proof of insurance, and driving on a suspended license. He told the officer his cruise control was set at 64. When he didn’t appear for his July court date, a failure to appear warrant was signed.
27-year-old Markita Denita Hollis is charged with the felony aggravated assault of their significant other, Blair Smith. The victim called 911 after she said the couple had a verbal argument that was escalating, but Hollis attempted to take the phone away from her. During the struggle, Hollis reportedly grabbed the hood of the victim’s clothing, restricting her breathing. She says Hollis then grabbed an item and attempted to hit her with it. Hollis says they was only attempting to take the phone as they were paying for it.
20-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Colin William Brown was one of two vehicles observed by a THP Trooper to be drag racing near Planet Fitness on Fort Campbell Blvd. The Trooper caught up with them near Dover Crossing while using emergency lights and sirens. Brown, who was driving a blue Infiniti, turned off his lights and ‘blacked out’ his vehicle, and fled from the trooper in excess of 115 mph on Dover Road. He then drifted around a dead end and came back toward the trooper and alluded him, escaping into the night. The car was traced back to Colin Brown, and multiple warrants were issued for his arrest. He was booked on those charges on October 28th.
What in the #thruple? 22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier La’Joy Unique Curry told police that her friend & sexual partner, Lester Johnson, had assaulted her on October 30th on Tynewood Drive.
Police arrived, and she explained she was visiting Johnson’s apartment and found another woman’s clothing in his apartment. She claimed Johnson hit, choked, and shoved her around the apartment.
Police note that her husband recorded the entire altercation between his wife and her lover, and the video did not support her account. The video revealed La’Joy Curry was the assailant and punched, kicked, and shoved her lover, Lester Johnson, while her husband looked on.