38-year-old Lauren Marie Wright Holden told police she did “a bump of heroin” in the bathroom of Dodge’s on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 8 p.m. Wednesday. Police say she then walked outside and attempted to pump gas when she overdosed and became unconscious. Officers arrived and administered Narcan, and she became responsive shortly afterward. Officers took her into custody for public intoxication, and a search incident to arrest revealed a loaded Canik TP9 handgun in her purse. She was additionally charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence.
Clarksville Police responded to a vandalism call at the Flats Off Madison complex on July 10th, where they located 32-year-old Paul Klopfer in the parking lot with his father. The complainant stated Klopfer was armed and extremely drunk and had fallen onto his car, causing some damage. Officers report Klopfer reeked of alcohol and was unaware of where he was or how he got there. He also produced a loaded Glock 19 from his waistband when asked if he was carrying any weapons.
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.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Alexander Stapleton was clocked at 73 mph in a 35 mph zone in the early hours of Sunday morning by Deputy Jonathan Brown. Stapleton continued those speeds as the drove through a red light on Hwy 48. After a traffic stop was conducted, Stapleton was reported to be “heavily intoxicated” and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. There was Glock in Plainview in the vehicle, and he blew a 0.103% BAC on a breathalyzer.
22-year-old Fort Campbell 5th Special Forces Group 2nd Battalion Soldier Christopher Ryan Malone was driving on the wrong side of Dunlop Lane Tuesday evening when he crashed into a ditch, according to officials and a witness. Malone initially told the deputy he crashed because “I have bald tires and fell asleep”. During that conversation, the deputy noticed he smelled of alcohol, which he later admitted to drinking. Several open beer cans were found in cup holders and strewn throughout the vehicle. A handgun was also located in his possession.
30-year-old Victoria “Tori Leigh” Bertke crashed her silver Ford Escape into the rear end of a gold Toyota Camry just after 8 p.m. Sunday after drinking 6 mimosas at a friend’s house. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and blew a 0.155% BAC on a breathalyzer. Bertke was convicted of a prior DUI in 2019. She is free on a $20,000 bond.
Two concerned citizens blocked the vehicle of 22-year-old U.S. Army Soldier Tommy Riddell on the side of 101st Airborne Division Pkwy Sunday afternoon just after 3 p.m., one pulling in front, and the other pulling behind him, as they had noticed his erratic driving behavior and decided to prevent him from returning to driving on the roadway after they contained him near the side of the road.
Tommy Lee Riddell was booked into the Montgomery County Jail, charged with DUI and possession of a handgun while under the influence. He is free on a $3,000 bond.