27-year-old Terence Hilton was found asleep in his black Lincoln sedan in the middle of the roadway at the intersection of Dunlop Lane and Ted Crozier Boulevard on February 6th. Officers woke Hilton and instructed him to exit the vehicle. Hilton displayed clear signs of being intoxicated. Hilton then consented to Sobriety tests, which he performed poorly on. During a search of Hilton’s car, officers found an Angry Orchard Hard Cider bottle under the driver’s seat and some empty THC packaging. During a post-Miranda Warning, Hilton stated he had consumed 3 “vodka drinks” 45 minutes before officers found him. Terence Hilton was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
28-year-old Chance Decker was jailed on the night of December 31st, 2023, for driving recklessly on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard and 101st Airborne Division. Officers pulled over a silver Dodge Ram pickup truck for driving without lights on. Officers could smell alcohol coming from the vehicle as they approached it. Decker consented to perform field sobriety tests, which he did poorly on. In Decker’s car, officers found a cigarette with a green leafy substance inside. The substance field tested positive for THC/Marijuana. Decker was then read implied consent and refused to provide a blood sample. A search warrant was secured, and officers acquired a blood sample from Decker. Decker was placed into custody and charged with DUI.
39-year-old Shane Castillo, an employee of Ajax Distributing Company, was seen in his silver Nissan Titan swerving toward oncoming traffic at Dover Road on February 4th. Officers stopped Castillo because Castillo nearly hit an officer’s patrol car when he swerved toward oncoming traffic. When officers made contact with Castillo, they noted that Castillo reeked of alcohol. Initially, Castillo was ready to perform some field sobriety tests, but when Castillo exited his vehicle, he stumbled several times. Once officers began the instruction phase of a test, Castillo refused to attempt the test and stated, “Just arrest me.” Shane Castillo was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
39-year-old Marcus McKinney was involved in a car crash at Drayton Drive on January 26th. Law enforcement received a report that a black truck struck a parked car and drove away. When officers arrived at the mentioned location, they observed the black truck still driving around the neighborhood with noticeable damage. Officers made contact with McKinney, who showed clear signs of intoxication and admitted to consuming alcohol. When he was asked to perform field sobriety tests, he refused. He also declined to provide a blood and a breath sample, so a warrant was secured. When officers attempted to execute the warrant for the blood sample at Sango ER, medical staff advised that they would not take a sample if McKinney had to be held down due to safety. Officers then explained to McKinney that if he refused to comply, he would be tampering with evidence and would be charged accordingly. Marcus McKinney was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence, due care, and implied consent.
28-year-old Shevon Whyte was found asleep at the wheel of his red Dodge Charger at Oakmont Drive on January 15th. When officers tried to wake up Whyte, he was argumentative and refused to answer questions. Officers observed Whyte to have slurred speech, watery eyes, and the odor of an alcoholic beverage. Officers noticed that when Whyte lifted his head, there was vomit on his lap and his driver-side floor. Whyte was then asked to get out of his vehicle. Whyte stated that he was at his friend’s house on Pembroke Road and admitted to having three shots of an alcoholic beverage. He then added that he was unsure of where he was and did not let anyone drive his car. Attached to Whyte’s vehicle was a mailbox post, which Whyte said he had no recollection of hitting. Whyte was later asked to perform a field sobriety test but denied that, as well as a breathalyzer test and giving blood. Officers discovered that Whyte had custody of twelve minor children, and they were taken to his girlfriend. Shevon Whyte was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
30-year-old Kiara Bell was jailed after reports of a vehicle sitting at the stop sign on Reynolds Street on December 29th. Officers made contact with the car and observed Kiara Bell passed out in the driver’s seat. Bell had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from her person as officers questioned her. Bell admitted to drinking three shots earlier that evening before driving. Officers noted that Bell also had watery eyes and was unsteady on her feet. Bell consented to sobriety tests, which she performed poorly on. Officers found an open and empty container of “Clubtails Margarita” and a “Hennessey” bottle cap In a probable cause search of her vehicle. Bell was read implied consent and refused to provide a blood or breath sample. Officers quickly obtained a search warrant for a blood sample. Officers discovered via a search through NCIC that Bell also had her license revoked in May 2023 and a previous DUI charge from April 2022. Kiara Bell was taken into custody and charged with DUI, driving on a revoked license, and implied consent.
33-year-old Lauren Arany was booked on December 28th after officers observed her speeding on Richardson Street. Arany was going 32MPH in a 20MPH zone, prompting officers to conduct a traffic stop. When speaking with Arany, officers noticed she had bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol on her person. Arany consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Arany refused to provide a blood sample after being read implied consent. During a probable cause search of her vehicle, officers found a metal thermos bottle that reeked of alcohol and contained a yellow liquid presumed to be beer. Lauren Arany was taken into custody and charged with DUI, open container violation, speeding, and implied consent.
29-year-old Darricus Wilson was seen speeding in a Black Ford F-150 at Interstate 24 on December 31st. Officers observed the F-150 approaching them at 89 mph in a 70mph zone. They then conducted a traffic stop and identified Wilson as the driver. The officers were immediately greeted with the odor of alcohol emitting from Wilson’s breath. During the conversation, Wilson was also unable to provide proof of insurance. Wilson was then asked to perform some Standard Field Sobriety Tests, which he consented to. Before they started, Wilson admitted that he had consumed a muscle-relaxing pill about 4-6 hours prior. The sobriety tests revealed multiple indicators of impairment. A search of Wilson’s vehicle revealed a loaded handgun in the center console of his car. Officers read Implied Consent to him and requested him to provide a blood sample, but he refused. Officers acquired a search warrant for a blood sample and upon arrival at Sango ER, Wilson verbally refused to provide a blood sample. Wilson was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence, possession of a handgun while under the influence, speeding, no insurance, implied consent, and tampering with evidence.
25-year-old Cesar Mendoza-Aguilar was seen drunk in a Jack-in-the-Box drive-thru on Dover Crossing Road in the early morning of December 20th. The caller advised law enforcement that Mendoza-Aguilar was intoxicated and acting hostile towards them. While officers arrived, Mendoza-Aguilar left in a blue Nissan and turned north toward Fort Campbell Boulevard. Officers saw the vehicle, followed it, and conducted a traffic stop. When officers came into contact with Mendoza-Aguilar, they observed that he was inebriated. He was very aggressive and refused to leave his vehicle but later complied. Once Mendoza-Aguilar exited the car, he told them he was returning from the troubled Electric Cowboy. Mendoza-Aguilar said he had consumed two beers there before driving. He was shortly asked to perform some field sobriety tests, which were executed poorly. Cesar Mendoza-Aguilar was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
30-year-old Jamye Thomas was jailed on December 26th after officers observed a gray Nissan Rogue swerving off the shoulder into multiple lanes on Fort Campbell Boulevard. Police initiated a traffic stop on Collier Road, where the driver ran over a curb. Officers could smell alcohol coming from the vehicle as they spoke to Ms. Thomas. Ms. Thomas appeared confused and had difficulties locating paperwork. She stated that she had smoked a substance but refused to reveal what that substance was and denied drinking any alcohol. Later, Thomas admitted to only smoking her vape and consented to field sobriety tests. She performed poorly multiple times and was taken into custody. When officers ran her name, they discovered a revoked handgun carry permit. When asked about the handgun, she admitted to having a handgun in the vehicle. However, Ms. Thomas advised the magazine was removed and in a separate location. A check through NCIC confirmed the handgun was not stolen. Jamye Thomas was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and possession of a firearm under the influence.
19-year-old Matthew Pitts was found drunk at Walmart on Fort Campbell Boulevard on December 15th. An officer observed that someone parked their car at one of the gas pumps for an unwarranted amount of time. Pitts exited the vehicle when he noticed that the officer parked their car behind him. The officer observed that Pitts was inebriated while he was walking. The officer also observed a half-gallon bottle half-empty in the passenger seat while the keys were still in the ignition. Pitts performed some field sobriety tests, which he executed poorly. Pitts was taken into custody and charged with underage driving while impaired.
28-year-old Dustin Mckie-Miller was found drunk in a ditch on Buttercup Drive in his Chevy Malibu on December 21st. Dustin’s girlfriend, Carly Schroeder, contacted the police and told them that her boyfriend had been drinking all day and was now driving. Dustin was found in the passenger seat of his vehicle with the keys in the cup holder. When officers spoke with him, the odor of alcohol was emitting from his breath. Dustin was asked if he was driving and stated, “My girlfriend was driving!” But that contradicted the video evidence Carly gave law enforcement, which showed Dustin leaving the driveway in his vehicle. Officers asked Dustin if he wanted to perform some field sobriety tests, but he declined and asked for his lawyer. Dustin Mckie-Miller was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
36-year-old Matthew Trapp was found driving under the influence at Fort Campbell Boulevard and 101st Airborne Division Parkway on December 9th. Officers were diverting traffic when Trapp blew past them in a Toyota sedan. Upon making contact with Trapp at a light, the officer observed an open can of Truly in the center console. While speaking with him, the officer observed that Trapp was inebriated. The officer asked him to step out of the vehicle and placed him in custody. Due to heavy traffic and a tornado touching down earlier, no field sobriety tests were conducted. The passenger in the car with Trapp, Christina Dolphin, stated that the can of Truly was his and that they were coming from a bar. Trapp was read his Miranda rights but refused to answer any questions or provide a breath sample.
25-year-old infantry soldier Colton McNabb was booked on a citation on December 10th after leaving the scene of an accident at Rollow Lane. Witnesses stated they heard a crash and watched a male leave the scene wearing a grey hoodie and slacks. Officers checked the registration for the vehicle, and it came back as McNabb’s vehicle. The vehicle had left the roadway at a high speed, causing damage to 2 mailboxes and a fence before coming to a stop. McNabb’s vehicle was covered in mud, and the airbag was deployed, with a small amount of blood being found on the side of the bag. Near the vehicle, there was an open container of beer, and inside of the vehicle there was a strong alcoholic odor. While searching for McNabb, the officers found a man matching the description covered in mud with recent injuries to his face that were still bleeding with no shoes. Upon contact with the officers, McNabb handed over his Florida driver’s license but was clearly inebriated. He was then asked if he was willing to perform any field sobriety test, but he said no. McNabb was then taken into custody.
56-year-old Robert Joyce was seen driving outside of Jiffy Lube on Fort Campbell Boulevard when a call to the police department reported that he was drunk driving on November 29th. Joyce told the arriving officers that he was trying to get his oil changed, but they noticed that there was an immediate smell of marijuana and alcohol coming from the truck. The officers then observed that Joyce was clearly inebriated. When asked, Joyce said he had three rum and cokes with a shot and a half per drink. But when told to give them a number between one and ten for how drunk he was, Joyce said that he was only a two. He also admitted that he was smoking weed three hours prior and that there was weed in his car. Joyce then consented to do field sobriety tests but was not able to perform all of them due to his arthritis. The tests Joyce was able to do were executed poorly. Officers found around 12 grams of weed in Joyce’s truck. Joyce was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and simple possession or casual exchange.
27-year-old Edwin Jones was found by an officer in the parking lot of Top Flight sleeping behind the wheel of a running car. The reporting officer proceeded to knock on the window for a few minutes before being able to wake up Jones. When woken up, Jones began to mumble to himself and refused to exit the vehicle until another responding unit arrived with emergency gear. Jones stumbled to the officers’ patrol car, reeking of alcohol, and refused to do any field sobriety tests. Jones was taken into custody and charged with DUI.
31-year-old Amayrani Estefania Hughes, employee at Boba Shop, was involved in a single-car accident on Dunlop Lane in the night hours of November 20th. Officers arrived and observed Hughes to be visibly intoxicated, and he admitted to consuming alcohol but was unaware of how much. Hughes refused to perform sobriety tests or provide a blood sample, so officers had to execute a search warrant.
33-year-old Geospatial Engineer Technician Juston Silcox was jailed on September 16th after police observed a gray pickup truck speeding down Fort Campbell Boulevard. Silcox was driving 63 mph in a 45 mph zone. His eyes were watery, and he had thrown up on himself. He told officers he had two alcoholic drinks and consented to sobriety tests. He performed poorly and was taken into custody. When officers searched his vehicle, they observed vomit all over the inside and outside of the car door.
33-year-old Lauren Pipkin was jailed on August 10th after police responded to a caller that observed a red Buick Enclave hit a fence, go the wrong way around a roundabout, drive through the grass, and park in a parking spot with the driver slumped over the wheel. When police arrived, Pipkin was still in the driver’s seat with the key inside the vehicle. She slurred her speech as she admitted to drinking alcohol and using prescription medication before driving. Police found an almost empty bottle of vodka in her passenger’s seat and asked her to consent to sobriety testing. She performed poorly and was transported to Sango ER for a blood draw.
29-year-old Jessica Oliver was jailed on May 21st after she drove onto the scene of an unrelated crash while drunk. Police were investigating a crash at Tiny Town and Little Bobcat Lane when Oliver slowly rolled her gray Dodge Challenger on the scene. She had slurred speech and glossy eyes. When she was asked to exit her vehicle, she stumbled. Oliver consented to field sobriety tests and performed poorly. During a search of her vehicle, a plastic bag of 1.82 grams of marijuana was found on the passenger’s side.