28-year-old Ashley Price was sitting in the middle of Fallow Circle when officers responded to multiple calls about her causing a disturbance in the neighborhood. She was extremely intoxicated and became irate after her mother, Lora Smith, deemed her too drunk to drive and took her keys away from her. Her mother then locked her out of the house, leaving Ashley in the attached garage. Upset she was unable to drive, she vandalized items inside the garage, including stored decorations, and then covered the driveway in items she threw from the garage. She shattered the ring video doorbell in the process. The damage was estimated to be $2,600. A search incident to her arrest revealed a prescription bottle of Phentermine issued to Leo Moody.
27-year-old Daniel Medina was found crawling around on the ground and vomiting at the Shell at 1820 Fort Campbell Blvd, just four blocks from his home, just after 9 p.m. on January 15. Officers arrived to check on his welfare and noted his extreme level of intoxication. He was unable to provide any information about how he got there, what he was doing, where he lived, or any way to get him somewhere safe.
38-year-old Lauren Marie Wright Holden told police she did “a bump of heroin” in the bathroom of Dodge’s on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 8 p.m. Wednesday. Police say she then walked outside and attempted to pump gas when she overdosed and became unconscious. Officers arrived and administered Narcan, and she became responsive shortly afterward. Officers took her into custody for public intoxication, and a search incident to arrest revealed a loaded Canik TP9 handgun in her purse. She was additionally charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence.
24-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Joshua Troy Wilson was sitting in his Chevy Silverado at the Electric Cowboy just before 1 a.m. Friday and had opened his door to vomit on the ground. Officers who were responding to another call at the location observed this and check on his welfare. Wilson admitted to drinking too much at the troubled establishment and remained too drunk to find anyone to transport him home. He was transported to jail and charged with public intoxication.
22-year-old Ethan Dakota Murphy was found stumbling down Clay Lewis Road after leaving the Red Roof Inn property on Holiday Drive. Daryl Brewer made the call to 911 as he followed Murphy in a taxi. Brewer stated he had given Ethan a ride from the Electric Cowboy to the Red Roof Inn after police had responded to the trouble nightclub and advised that Ethan find a ride home. After getting out of the taxi at the motel, Ethan stated he was walking back to the Electric Cowboy to get his truck and began his drunken stagger down the road. Officers arrived and once again gave him an opportunity to get a motel room for the night and sleep it off, be he refused and stated he was walking to his truck. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Staff at Rookies Sports Bar had to call 911 after 24-year-old Ivy Hanna was so intoxicated that she took up residence on the floor of the bar. She laid down and would not move, even when they attempted to relocate her to a more appropriate location inside the venue. Officers arrived to find her still on the floor and told officers she was unsure how she got onto the floor. They helped her stand and escorted her outside, where she continued to stumble and fall and then scream uncontrollably. She was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Police say 26-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Cody Lerch was arguing with staff and other patrons in the parking lot of the Electric Cowboy just before 4 a.m. Saturday, well past closing time for the troubled club. Police say he was extremely intoxicated and began to work toward N. Riverside Drive. Officers determined him to be intoxicated to be left alone and took him into custody for his own safety.
Staff at Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill on Dover Road on January 2nd called police to report that 29-year-old Javonte Aquinton Mallard had been disorderly at the bar and was now drunk driving home. Officers located the reported car en route to the bar; however, it was unoccupied at an intersection. Nearby was the car’s owner, Mallard, standing outside the vehicle. Officers say Mallard was visibly intoxicated and admitted to drinking Corona beers at the bar. He was issued the notice of criminal trespass from the bar at their request and advised to continue walking home, which was a short distance away. Instead, he attempted to walk back toward his abandoned vehicle and raised his voice at officers. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
22-year-old Autumn Faith Ferrier was charged with public intoxication just after 3 a.m. on New Year’s day at Oneal’s bar on Madison Street in Clarksville. Officers say she was visibly upset and had a hard time comprehending the current circumstances. She was extremely intoxicated, according to police. She was given multiple opportunities to find a sober ride away from the location but refused all assistance.
26-year-old Patrick Lee Wedding was charged with public intoxication just before midnight on December 26th in front of Blackhorse Pub & Brewery on Franklin St in downtown Clarksville. He reportedly put his hands on officers who were responding to a fight call. He was heavingly intoxicated and became a public annoyance, according to officers, as he reeked of alcohol and had trouble standing. He was given multiple opportunities to go home with a friend, but Wedding became more aggressive and combative toward officers and was taken into custody.
31-year-old Thomas Ryan Farrell was charged with public intoxication on Dec. 17th after police were called to Strawberry Alley Ale works as they reported a “male wearing a green shirt was highly intoxicated and harassing customers.” Officers located Farrell, and he was given multiple opportunities to get a ride home but was uncooperative.
22-year-old Isabelle Hope Elkins was arrested Monday afternoon for public intoxication. According to police, Isabelle had been causing a disturbance all day, having been kicked out of Dodges service station on Ft. Campbell Blvd earlier that day when attempting to purchase items without money and scaring customers because of her appearance while “tweeking” inside the store.
That Monday afternoon, it all came to a head when cops responded to a call at a private residence off Charlemagne Blvd. Allegedly, Isabelle was banging on the front door, asking for help but appeared to be on drugs. When officers questioned her, she said, “she was being chased by her boyfriend” all the way from Dodge’s Chicken, but officers spoke with the employees of Dodge’s, who stated she was by herself. Due to the appearance of being under the influence of a controlled substance as well as causing multiple public nuisances, she was taken into custody and transported to Montgomery County Jail for booking.
43-year-old Austin Peay Art Professor Rickey Paul Bump was arrested in the early hours of December 9th at Mr. Billy’s Bar and Grill Public Intoxication. Reports show Mr. Bump was asked on multiple occasions to leave the property by management and refused. When police spoke to Mr. Bump upon arrival, they reported “had a strong odor of alcohol about his person,” and when asked if he had anyone who could pick him up, he replied, “no.” The officer gave Mr. Bump multiple times to call someone to come pick him up so he wouldn’t drive home drunk. He refused. Clarksville PD determined that Mr. Bump was under the influence of alcohol and a potential danger to himself and others, so officers took him into custody.
51-year-old Michael Dwayne Waynick was arrested last Wednesday afternoon after officers responded to a call of public intoxication on Cunningham Ln. According to Clarksville Police, Mr. Waynick was found sitting on the curb of Cunningham Ln with a spilled beer can next to him and smelling of alcohol. Paramedics were already on the scene, and Mr. Waynick stated he needed no medical attention and was fine.
After police asked him if there was anyone he could call to come to pick him up, Mr. Waynick responded he was just going to his brother’s house and then pointed across and down the street. Police then helped Mr. Waynick to his feet and waited quite some time for him to collect his belongings, at which point he began walking across the street only to fall over immediately. After multiple attempts to help a fellow human being, the police had no choice but to arrest Mr. Waynick for public intoxication.
Police say 22-year-old Dylan Trevor Kolenda invaded a random house on Timberdale Drive at 4:19 a.m. Sunday. Officers responded to the home invasion 911 call and detained Kolenda, who had been in a minor scuffle with the homeowner. Kolenda was extremely intoxicated and believed this was his home, but was unable to remember his address, which turned out to be next door. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Clarksville Police responded to the Waffle House near Exit 11 and met with employee Elisa Smith, who advised that 39-year-old Seneca Christine Teel was causing a disturbance at the restaurant and refused to leave. By the time officers arrived, Teel was sitting in his vehicle, which was parked at the nearby hotel. He was reportedly extremely intoxicated, and when officers checked with hotel staff, they also wanted him off the property. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
45-year-old Barry Dale Ward had too much to drink at the Electric Cowboy Saturday morning and made it to the rear seat of his vehicle, where he was sleeping it off with the door open. Jacob Turner, a bouncer at the troubled nightclub, called Clarksville Police to report the man asleep in his car. Officers arrived at 3:47 a.m. to find Ward still asleep in the backseat of a vehicle and had to shake him multiple times to wake him up. Officers asked Ward to call someone to get him, but he told the officer to do it for him and then told them to take him to jail. Officers charged him with public intoxication and transported him to booking.
Clarksville Police Officer Robert Swanson found 21-year-old Jason Andrew Zamora sitting on a bench with his friend, Danny Falcon, outside Tattoo Technique on Franklin Street just after 1 a.m. Friday. Each man had recently thrown up on themselves and had puddles of vomit under their feet. Zamora ordered a Lyft, which officers confirmed, but after sitting with him for 40 minutes waiting, he eventually declared he wasn’t going to get in the Lyft when it arrived. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Clarksville Police responded to Franklin Street just after 1 a.m. Friday after a caller reported two men were extremely intoxicated on a bench outside of Tattoo Technique, and they had just vomited everywhere. 33-year-old Danny Falcon was identified as one of the men, along with his friend Jason Zamora. Officers say Falcon was so drunk he was unable to provide his identification or assist officers with finding him a safe way home. He was deemed a “public nuisance” and transported to booking.
31-year-old Quinton Lamont Knox says he drank a Four Loko before Clarksville Police Officer Kevin Przybocki found him near Beech St & E St late Thursday night. Neighbors called the police after they observed Knox stumbling into the roadway and nearly getting hit by a vehicle. Officers say his speech was slurred so badly that he was unable to form any meaningful phrases. He didn’t have a phone to contact anyone to help him, so he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.