28-year-old Brandon Ramirez-Jaime stole a handgun from a female acquaintance and then pointed it at her. The woman says the Smith & Wesson M&P 9 mm handgun was taken from her Chevy Equinox on December 9th. During an argument several days later, she says Brandon pointed a gun at her, and she recognized it was her missing gun. A warrant for theft was issued for Brandon, and he was jailed on that warrant this week.
Clarksville booty-bouncing influencer Allison Eady shoots boyfriend & fires at his teenage son
23-year-old Allison Kiara Eady, who is known for eating food and bouncing her buttocks to her 100,000 followers on TikTok, is jailed in lieu of a $70,000 bond in Clarksville after she shot her boyfriend, Mike Marcel, in the torso and fired a shot at a 15-year-old boy who tackled her, with six more minor children present in the house…
DUI: Addison Tucker found asleep behind the wheel at a stop sign
27-year-old Addison Matthew Tucker was found asleep in his car at a stop sign at 8th Street & Franklin near downtown Clarksville on November 20th at 10:35 p.m. Officers arrived and woke him up from his slumber and could smell alcohol coming from Tucker. Tucker performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and a firearm was located in the center console.
Perry Reed charged with handgun possession under rarely used addiction law in Clarksville
22-year-old Perry Deshawn Reed was stopped for speeding on I-24 near Exit 11 after officers said he was traveling 80 mph in a 70 mph zone. A THP Officer arrived on the scene and conducted a search which revealed a pill that, while the officer claimed it was Fentanyl, Reed insisted was just a Roxy. Under the seat was a Glock handgun, and during questioning, the officer got Reed to admit that he “takes pills daily” – which he then used to additionally charge Reed under an obscure law that makes it a crime to possess a firearm if you’re addicted to any controlled substance.
April Hampton faces cocaine & gun charges after Nashville traffic stop
33-year-old April Hampton was pulled over by a THP Trooper on I-24 after he said he observed her texting while driving. It was determined her driver’s license was revoked for failure to pay court fees, and the officer noted the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. She claimed she had smoked earlier, but nothing was currently in the vehicle. A search was conducted and resulted in the seizure of a handgun, a small amount of cocaine (0.5 grams) packaged to sell, 32 grams of marijuana, and a scale.
Clarksville TikTok lovers duel it out during dirty breakup — Giovanna Dalessandro & Avery Holt
A Clarksville TikTok duo with around 5 million combined fans across their platforms each found themselves in a Clarksville, TN, jail this week, only hours apart. The former lovers, 21-year-old Giovanna Linda Marie Dalessandro & 20-year-old Avery Noverra Holt, who lived together at Kirkwood Place, recently broke up, and ‘Gio’ returned to Texas. This week Gio returned with a posse that included his mother and a diva with alleged brass knuckles to retrieve some of his belongings, and things quickly escalated, landing three people in jail after police say Gio brandished a handgun and Gio’s mother says she was assault by Avery.
Kirk Galbreath charged in domestic assault of pregnant girlfriend at convenience store
Clarksville Police responded to a domestic call at the Minit Mart on Peachers Mill Road on May 24th, and upon arrival observed 20-year-old Kirk Galbreath yelling at Madison Llewellyn, his girlfriend who is eight months pregnant. The argument was reportedly over a text message conversation she had with another male. Witnesses report he grabbed her by the arms and pushed her backward toward the vehicle repeatedly and eventually put her inside the vehicle before retrieving a handgun from the back of the vehicle and holding it by his groin. Officers did locate a .38 revolver in the vehicle, and Galbreath’s mother told police that he did place it in the vehicle and it was his gun.
TCAT Instructor Matthew Anderson charged with carrying gun on Clarksville campus
51-year-old Matthew Anderson was charged with carrying a firearm on the school property of Tennessee College of Applied Technology’s (TCAT) Clarksville Campus. The incident occurred on April 12th, when staff alerted police when they noticed him with the gun. Anderson had secured the firearm in his vehicle before police arrived, and admitted to carrying it on campuses during an interview, stating it was “a mistake”. Police seized the weapon as evidence and took Anderson into custody.
Dre’von Davis charged with over a pound of marijuana after failing to move over for emergency vehicle
Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Beck says he immediately noticed how badly 29-year-old Dre’von Davis’ hands were shaking as he conducted a traffic stop on his vehicle Wednesday night. A search of the white Buick would eventually reveal a backpack containing over a pound of marijuana, vape pens, and a handgun. Dre’von Davis is free on a $20,000 bond.
Man fires 6 rounds into girlfriend’s windshield — Christopher Kody Clark $85K bond
19-year-old Christopher Kody Clark faces a variety of charges after police say he shot up his girlfriend’s vehicle which he had taken without permission after she called him multiple times to return it on January 10, and when he did the two got into an argument.
Chelsie Roake says she was standing near the vehicle when he fired from the front porch, placing her in fear for her life.