34-year-old Marque Collins was seen speeding in a white Hyundai Elantra on Interstate 24 West early on January 27th. Collins was recorded going 87 mph in a 70 mph zone. When officers conducted a traffic stop, they noted that they immediately noticed the strong scent of fresh marijuana. Officers asked Collins if there was any marijuana in the car, and he handed them a small bag of marijuana. While he was doing that, an officer observed an opened container of Hennessy in the center console. After running his ID, officers noticed Collins reach into the back seat and passenger seat. When Collins was confronted, he provided officers with a small gray bag hidden in some laundry containing two jars of marijuana, another baggy of marijuana, and empty Ziploc bags. The combined weight of the marijuana found was 4.47 ounces/127 grams. Collins’ vehicle was also found not to have insurance. Upon investigation, Collins was found to have multiple marijuana charges as well as a revoked license. Marque Collins was taken into custody and charged with possession with intent to distribute unlawful drug paraphernalia, speeding, open container, no insurance, and suspended license.
19-year-old Adasia Wisdom was seen leaving the scene of a crash at the intersection of Madison Street and Golf Club Lane on July 6th. Wisdom contacted law enforcement after the incident, and she stated that she fled the scene because she had no insurance on her vehicle. After being advised that she would need to speak with an officer to receive paperwork, she told them she didn’t feel comfortable meeting in person and hung up. Adasia Wisdom was taken into custody and charged with leaving the scene of an accident and no insurance.
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.
26-year-old Robert Benjamin Smith drove past officers in a stolen silver Chevy Silverado on Dotsonville Road on December 14th. Officers conducted a traffic stop at the Foxland Drive and Barney Lane intersection. They learned that Smith did not have insurance on the truck and the tag belonging to it had expired in January 2022. A canine unit was then alerted to the driver’s side door during the investigation, leading to a search of the vehicle. During the search, officers located a stolen handgun, multiple syringes, a glass pipe, numerous small Ziploc baggies, a small bag containing .67 grams of methamphetamine, a set of knuckles, and a prescription bottle with multiple unknown pills broken into sections. When Smith was in custody, he helped them locate a small cellophane baggie with Xanax. He was taken into custody for the theft of a handgun, unlawful drug paraphernalia, possession of prohibited weapons, failure to comply with financial responsibility, unlawful removal of registration, a methamphetamine violation, and simple possession.
21-year-old Antonio Jones was stopped in a white Ford Fusion for his brake light not being functional at Madison Street on December 11th. When the officer made contact with Jones, he could smell the odor of marijuana coming from his vehicle. Jones told officers that he smoked in the car in the past. A search of the vehicle yielded three clear containers with marijuana residue, as well as a grinder with marijuana. When officers ran Jones’s name through the National Crime Information Center, they found Jones’s driver’s license was suspended for failing to appear in court on May 7th, 2021. Jones was taken into custody and charged with charged with unlawful drug paraphernalia, suspended license, unregistered vehicle, and no insurance
28-year-old Rafael Ernesto Padilla-Albina was driving on Alfred Thun Road with expired tags on November 28th. Officers observed this, conducted a traffic stop, and asked Padilla-Albina for his driving credentials, but he only handed them his Kentucky ID, which came back as suspended for failing to answer a court summons in November 2021. A search of his vehicle yielded a small marijuana blunt, a Taurus 22mm handgun, a scale, a Ziplock bag containing smaller baggies, and three small jars containing marijuana. Padilla-Albina was taken into custody for simple possession, unlawful drug paraphernalia, not having a driver’s license, not having proof of insurance, and driving an unregistered vehicle.
33-year-old Katherine Root was stopped at Wilma Rudolph Boulevard and Summitcrest Drive for a traffic stop on November 28th. When Officers ran her plate, they discovered a sticker that displayed an expiration date of October 23rd 2023 on the tag, and when they ran the registration, the tag was said to have expired on April 23rd 2023. When officers ran Root’s information through the system, they discovered that her TN license was suspended for prior driving incidents, with this being her 3rd offense. Root was taken into custody and charged with driving on a suspended license, no registration, and no insurance.
28-year-old Kaylan Cidron Caudle, an employee of Hankook, was speeding and swerving in his Dodge Charger on Highway 374 on November 22nd. Officers observed this, conducted a traffic stop, and noticed Caudle was visibly intoxicated. Caudle was administered sobriety tests, performed poorly, and provided a breath sample, resulting in 0.092 BAC%. He was unable to provide proof of valid insurance and was taken into custody for reckless driving, driving under the influence, and failing to provide proof of insurance.
36-year-old Landon Wayne Talley was pulled over on Providence Boulevard for a hands-free violation on the morning of October 20. Talley spoke with officers and told them that he only was holding the phone while it was on speakerphone and not using it. He then provided an expired identification card and did not have insurance for his car. Deputies deployed a K9 unit, got a positive indication, and searched Talley’s vehicle, where a spoon with “white powder” was found. The powdery substance field tested positive for methamphetamine. In addition to this, officers also found used and unused insulin needles, and a dose vial labeled “Trenbolone Acetate, 100mg/10mL Dose Vial, Intramuscular Only.” Talley told officers that he was diabetic but could not answer any diabetes-related questions, so he was taken into custody for driving without a license, driving an unregistered vehicle, not having proof of insurance, methamphetamine violations, simple possession, and unlawful drug paraphernalia.
47-year-old Manuel Toro-Irizarry was jailed on July 29th when police responded to a multiple-vehicle crash on Ashland City Road and observed him attempting to leave the scene of the accident. Police could smell alcohol coming from his body and noticed his slurred speech. Mr. Toro attempted to perform sobriety tests but was unable to follow directions and was taken into custody.
29-year-old Everoljr Joseph Bruce was jailed on July 2nd after being pulled over on Tiny Town Road when officers observed his Toyota Tacoma swerving on the road. He had red glossy eyes, and officers could smell alcohol coming from his vehicle. Bruce admitted that he had been drinking at his last location. He was unable to provide proof of insurance and was asked to participate in field sobriety tests. He performed poorly, was taken into custody, and transported to Sango ER for a blood draw.
36-year-old Paul Stevenson was jailed on July 2nd after being pulled over on Tiny Town Road when officers observed him swerving in the roadway. He had red glossy eyes, and officers could smell alcohol coming from his Buick. Stevenson said he was coming from a wedding where he had been drinking. He was unable to provide proof of insurance and was asked to participate in field sobriety tests. He performed poorly and was taken into custody.
30-year-old Akina Sodansky was jailed on June 22nd after police observed her make an illegal U-turn with an inoperable light in her gray Volkswagon Jetta at Kings Deer Drive and Sherwood Hills Drive. When police made contact with Akina, they noticed her red glossy eyes with pinpoint pupils as they waited for proof of insurance which she was not able to provide. It took a while for Akina to explain what she was doing as sweat was beading from her forehead. She agreed to participate in field sobriety tests and performed poorly on them. She was taken into custody and was unsteady on her feet as she made her way to the patrol vehicle. Akina was transported to Sango ER for a blood sample and then taken to booking.
54-year-old Marty Lambert was booked on May 21st after police pulled her over for a broken license plate light on Ashland City Road and Glendale Drive. Police pulled over Ms. Lambert in her white 1999 Chevy Silverado. She provided her ID, informed police that her license was suspended, and she didn’t have current insurance. Police noticed her bloodshot eyes and could smell alcohol coming from her breath. She told police that she was coming from Scooter’s Bar and Grill, where she had two drinks. Ms. Lambert consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly before giving up and refusing to continue.
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.
28-year-old Adam Drumgoole was jailed on March 31st after crashing his Infiniti coupe into a guard rail while intoxicated near I-24 and Trenton Rd. Police noticed Adam had slurred speech and was confused when answering questions. He told police that he came from a friend’s house and had four beers about two hours before the incident. Adam agreed to sobriety tests which he performed poorly on, and blew a .128% BAC on a Breathalyzer.
37-year-old Patrice Johnson was jailed after a traffic stop on Thompkins Lane revealed that she was driving her Nissan with a suspended license. She also could not provide proof of registration. She has prior charges for driving on a suspended license in 2005, 2018, 2019, and 2022.
Officers on Hwy 76 observed a Dodge Charger driven by 25-year-old Fort Campell Soldier Daniel Stringer crash at 3:49 a.m. on March 26. Stringer attempted to make a right turn onto Old Farmer’s Road while traveling at a high rate of speed and went off-road, eventually crashing into the tree line. Stringer stated he had “two beers” in the hour prior to driving and had trouble standing on his own. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking after a stop at Sango ER for a blood draw. Stringer was unable to provide any proof of insurance on the Charger.
37-year-old Michael Scott was jailed on March 21st after police conducted a traffic stop for him speeding and found drugs in his vehicle. On Providence Boulevard, police observed Scott driving 55 mph in a 40 mph zone. When officers asked for his license, he told them it was possibly suspended due to child support, and he was not able to provide proof of car insurance. When police asked if there was anything illegal in the vehicle, he replied that he had marijuana in the car and handed over a package of “Dutch Leaf Wrappers”. A search of the vehicle also yielded 2 bags of cocaine, totaling 8.16 grams.
20-year-old Casey Langlois says she was hanging out at “ghost bridge,” where she had two shots of alcohol before rear-ending a car on College Street near Johnny’s Big Burger Tuesday afternoon. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and officers located a bottle of Green Apple Smirnoff that was almost empty in her vehicle.