Sean Conklin, 19, says he drank at Revel House before crashing car on way home

Following reports of a hit and run, 19-year-old Sean Conklin was arrested after he reportedly admitted to drinking with his juvenile girlfriend at the Revel House near downtown Clarksville before getting into a wreck and then fleeing the scene. When Officer Keenan Driskell caught up to Conklin after the wreck at the intersection of Pembroke Place and Oak Park Drive, he stated that he was attempting to drive home, but his car stopped operating. Officers observed he smelled of alcohol and he performed poorly during the field sobriety tests. Officers also learned that Conklin was supposed to have an interlock device following history in North Carolina, but one was not in the vehicle. According to police, Conklin was drinking with his underage girlfriend at Revel House prior to the crash, which occurred at 1:42 a.m. on September 28.

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Jessica Palm charged with 2 a.m. DUI in Clarksville

30-year-old Jessica Palm was driving her 2015 Nissan Sentra on Hwy 76 just after 2 a.m. Wednesday morning when police say she began to make erratic lane changes and could not stay between the lines of any particular lane as she traveled West. Deputy Acevdeo conducted a traffic stop and observed Palm to be intoxicated and with slow movements when asked to do tasks. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and provided a blood sample at Tennova Sango before being transported to booking, where she was charged with DUI. Officers noted she has a history of DUI charge(s), but no convictions.

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Fallen King Tattoo owner Fabian Diaz charged after crash in Clarksville

Clarksville Police Officer Robert Conery responded to a crash on August 28th at Tiny Town & Barkers Mill and discovered the 29-year-old driver Fabian Diaz had a suspended license, and his vehicle registration was expired. Diaz was previously charged with driving on a suspended license earlier this year. He was transported to booking and charged accordingly. Diaz is the owner of Fallen King Tattoo Studio in Oak Grove.

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Drunk Soldier John Shields jumps over Strawberry Alley bar & makes his own drink

Clarksville Police say 32-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier John H. Shields jumped over the bar at Strawberry Alley Ale Works in #DowntownClarksville, poured himself a drink, drank it, and left the business. As Officer Renken arrived at the restaurant, he unknowingly observed Shields in his vehicle but didn’t yet know he was the person in question. When Shields saw the officer arrive, he turned off the ignition and walked away on foot.

Shields was walking around the building when management pointed him out to the officer, who attempted to get him an Uber back home. Shields could barely walk or stand, and eventually it was determined he was even too drunk for a rideshare and he was placed into custody for public intoxication.

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Local Party Stripper Jada Turner charged in 3AM DUI: white powder & alcohol in vehicle

Clarksville Police pulled over 21-year-old Jada Turner just at 3 a.m. as she was swerving into oncoming traffic. It was soon discovered she did not have a driver’s license, and the officer could smell alcohol coming from the car. There was an open bottle of alcohol inside the vehicle, along with a white powder inside a folded dollar bill, along with a snort straw. Turner says the powder was crushed up Lortabs.

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Citizens block in suspected impaired driver until police arrive — Tommy Riddell arrested

Two concerned citizens blocked the vehicle of 22-year-old U.S. Army Soldier Tommy Riddell on the side of 101st Airborne Division Pkwy Sunday afternoon just after 3 p.m., one pulling in front, and the other pulling behind him, as they had noticed his erratic driving behavior and decided to prevent him from returning to driving on the roadway after they contained him near the side of the road.

Tommy Lee Riddell was booked into the Montgomery County Jail, charged with DUI and possession of a handgun while under the influence. He is free on a $3,000 bond.

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