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.
21-year-old Kyjuan Schambers was the driver responsible for multiple injuries in a three-vehicle accident on Purple Heart Pkwy. on October 3rd. Officers witnessed a white Kia Sedan speeding down 101st Airborne Division Pkwy. shortly before responding to a wreck involving the same vehicle. Three cars were damaged, and as officers arrived, they observed two Glock handguns and blue pills, later identified as Oxycodone, in plain view of the unoccupied Kia Sedan. Officers determined the Kia Sedan to be the at-fault vehicle as witnesses stated that the Kia was traveling at a high speed before rear-ending a car, causing them to hit the car in front of them.
A passenger and a driver were transported to Tennova for medical attention and were able to identify Schambers as the driver of the Kia. Officers confirmed that the Kia was registered to Schambers and that his license was “eligible for reissue.” Schambers was arrested on October 5th for reckless endangerment, unlawful carrying of a weapon, simple possession, leaving the scene, and driving without a license.
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.
20-year-old Shayna Stone was jailed last week after police pulled over her white Chrysler for a faulty headlight. She explained that she didn’t have a valid driver’s license. The officer noticed the odor of marijuana and asked if she had any in her vehicle. She told the officer that she couldn’t lie; there was marijuana in her vehicle. Police found 47.7 grams located in the center console, and Stone was placed under arrest.
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.
Police say 20-year-old Cristian Espindola-Vizcaya wrecked his vehicle on Holly Pt in Clarksville on May 27. Responding officers say he reeked of marijuana, and he admitted to smoking prior to driving. He appeared to be visibly under the influence of a drug. Inside the vehicle, officers also found a small amount of marijuana and a cut straw with white powder residue. He was transported to Sango ER for a blood draw and then to booking.
44-year-old Grady O’Bryant was jailed on May 7th after police saw him swerve from the left lane to the shoulder of the right lane several times on Fort Campbell Boulevard. Police turned on their lights and sirens, but O’Bryant was slow to react and passed by several intersections and parking lots that would have been a safe place to pull over. When police finally made contact, O’Bryant slurred as he admitted drinking alcohol. He was unsteady on his feet as he performed poorly during field sobriety tests and blew a .143% BAC on the breathalyzer before throwing up.
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.
19-year-old Alexis Johnson was doing donuts in a parking lot when Clarksville Police activated their lights and attempted to stop her. She fled the area and later wrecked her car at the Speedway on Providence Blvd. She fled on foot from the car and ran behind the Speedway, and was unable to be located. Officers searched the abandoned vehicle, which was registered to Johnson, and located 19 grams of marijuana. Johnson eventually came to the police station and wrote a statement in which she admitted to driving the wrecked car and fleeing from police.
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.
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.”
51-year-old Dena Evans was found face down in the driver’s seat with her foot trapped in the dashboard of her overturned vehicle on February 9 at 5 p.m. As firefighters extracted Evans from the wreckage, she began yelling and cursing at them and kicked them while they placed her on a spine board. Once loaded onto a stretcher, Evans began to spit at the first responders. She was highly intoxicated, and an open bottle of Old English 800 was found inside the vehicle.