22-year-old Ft. Campbell E-5 Seargeant Jesus Salcido-Villar was driving on Tiny Town Rd. with an inoperable headlight in the wee hours of September 30th. THP Trooper Hickmon initiated a traffic stop on a gray Dodge Ram with a driver’s side headlight out and observed Salcido-Vallar visibly intoxicated as he approached the driver’s side. Salcido-Vallar initially denied consuming any alcohol, then consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Salcido-Vallar fell asleep in the patrol car shortly after being taken into custody for his second driving under the influence offense, driving on a revoked license, and violation of the implied consent law.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Banachek Villanueva-Flores was caught driving under the influence for the second September in a row. Officer Ventura was dispatched to Washtopia for a call regarding a possible drunk driver in the early morning hours of September 29th. As officers arrived, Villanueva-Flores was seen throwing up outside his vehicle and told them he was coming from the troubled Electric Cowboy before consenting to sobriety tests and performing poorly. There was no proof of insurance provided by Villanueva-Flores, and he refused to provide a blood sample even after a warrant was issued and he was transported to the ER, so they held his arm down to get a sample by force. Villanueva-Flores was charged with driving under the influence and having no proof of insurance.
29-year-old William Shurden was booked last week after police responded to a call about a drunk driver at McDonald’s on Wilma Rudolph. When police arrived, the complainant told police that Mr. Shurden was acting belligerent at the drive-thru window and smelled of alcohol. Police observed empty beer bottles in the center console and passenger’s seat of his vehicle. He was unsteady on his feet upon exiting the vehicle and had glossy eyes. Mr. Shurden consented to sobriety tests but performed poorly and was transported to Tennova Hospital for a blood sample.
24-year-old Zyiair Scott was jailed on July 9th when officers observed him swerving in and out of lanes of traffic several times on Dover Road. He was pulled over and slowly expressed to police that he had a gun in his vehicle, which they were able to locate. He admitted to drinking earlier in the night and consented to field sobriety tests. He performed poorly and was taken into custody.
21-year-old Grace Standridge was jailed last week for a vehicular crash with injuries on College Street. Standridge was driving her red Subaru Impreza and crashed into a pole in front of B&L Market. A witness stated that she saw Standridge run from the crash. Officers found her near the bridge between College Street and Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. She was transported to Tennova and read her Miranda Rights. She agreed to speak without an attorney present. Standridge told the officers that she and her friend Mr. Mekhi Bogertey had just left the Revel House and decided to turn into the parking lot of B&L Market.
She admitted to drinking to “tall boy Four Locos,” She smelled strongly of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes. She consented to a blood draw but then refused to let the nurses draw her blood. Standridge was driving on a learner’s permit and did not have a valid driver over the age of 21 with her. Mr. Bogertey was transported to Skyline Medical Center for his injuries which consisted of a broken leg or hip and lacerations to his head.
30-year-old Anderson Aristhene was jailed on May 20th after police responded to a call about a vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road down Fort Campbell Boulevard. When officers arrived, they saw Aristhene driving his blue sedan into oncoming traffic and had him pull into the parking lot of Smooves Grill. Aristhene had extremely slurred speech, and police could smell alcohol coming from his body. When police saw him unsteady on his feet, he was asked to consent to sobriety tests but denied, turned around, and placed his hands behind his back on his own accord. He was taken into custody, and transported to booking.
Police say 25-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Clint Gardner ran a red light in his red El Camino on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 2 a.m. on April 30 and struck another vehicle. He suffered injuries from the accident and was transported to the hospital for treatment. Gardner admitted to drinking prior to driving but would not elaborate on how much or how long before. He reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech, according to first responders.
37-year-old Jessica Gooch was charged with DUI Saturday night after pulling out into traffic and hitting another car leaving Billy’s Bar on Dover Rd. When police approached and asked Gooch to exit the Ford Focus, she was slurring her speech, unsteady on her feet, and had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from her body. Gooch told police she did not have a license. She agreed to sobriety tests which she performed poorly on, and refused a breathalyzer. Police asked Gooch how drunk she was on a scale of one to ten she replied, “two.”
24-year-old Robert Quintanilla says he had just dropped his friends at the troubled Electric Cowboy club in the early hours of Sunday morning and was on his way home when he was involved in a crash at 101st & Trenton Rd. At the scene, he was unsure of which direction his home was and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. An open container of alcohol was half-full in his cupholder of the vehicle.
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.
Clarksville Police received a report of a woman unconscious behind the wheel of a car on Tiny Town Road at the Fade Lounge. First responders located 33-year-old Dana Gray, who was now awake with the engine still running. She admitted to drinking at “multiple locations” during the night prior before, prior to driving. She stated she fell asleep while waiting for a friend and didn’t know how long she had been there. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody.
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.