20-year-old Deondra Easley threw everything but the kitchen sink at her boyfriend, Tyqwaine Hyde, in a midnight argument Monday. Officers arrived at the Peachers Mill residence, where the victim explained the two were arguing when she began to knock things off the countertops, and he asked her to leave the home. With no intentions of going anywhere, a video shows Easley then attacking her boyfriend with an aluminum mop handle, a gallon Hawaiian Punch jug, and a large glass ashtray. Officers documented injuries on the victim, and Easley stated she didn’t want to speak about the incident as she was being taken into custody.
Fort Campbell Soldier James Tipton says his live-in girlfriend, 27-year-old Kaylonnie Patterson-Coleman, with who he shares a joint Facebook account, slapped him in the face, and he captured the assault on camera. Officers documented redness in the area of his left eye. When questioned, Kaylonnie admitted to hitting Tipton during an argument at their apartment. She is charged with domestic assault.
Olivia Kraft-Stalling says she was in an argument with her boyfriend, 31-year-old Quest Jackson, and after it was over he decided to leave the residence to de-escalate. However, a struggle over keys quickly turned into a childish game of “lock you out of the house” and he slammed her arm in a door, resulting in a charge of domestic assault.
#TRAFFIC: The Clarksville Police Department is working a wreck with injuries on the 101st Airborne Division Parkway, Westbound between Peachers Mill Rd. and Ringgold Rd. The wreck occurred at approximately 10:26 am. and involved three vehicles, one of the injured is being life-flighted to Nashville.
The status of their injuries is unknown at this time. Investigators from the Fatal Accident Crash Team (FACT) are en route to process the scene. Westbound lanes of the 101st have been reduced to one lane and CPD is asking the public to find alternate routes until the roadway can be completely cleared.