22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Isileli Falemahafu Rivas was jailed on November 5th after pulling a gun out on his friend. Trevor Zandt told police he had a party with some friends after work. At some point, he had gotten into an altercation with his friends outside his home. During the dispute, his friend, Rivas, threatened him by aiming a tan-handled firearm at him. The next day, the incident was confirmed when officers reviewed surveillance footage and saw Rivas in possession of the gun that was partially concealed in his jacket pocket. Isileli Rivas has also been covered previously for gun-related charges.
21-year-old Isileli Rivas, a Fort Campbell soldier, was jailed on May 1 after police say he fired shots from a vehicle on Brady Drive near Dover Road. Leonard Coleman told police the Ford F-250 which was driven by Paul Allen, and was pulling a trailer, was firing multiple shots out the window at various places and at him. Officers located the truck, which was also occupied by passenger Tyler Ready. A pistol was located in the vehicle, along with another firearm and spent shell casings. All three were transported to the station and during an interview, both Allen and Ready stated that Rivas just started shooting from the back seat as they were traveling.