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.
26-year-old Joshua Costas Gonzalez was in a fight at the Electric Cowboy just before 2 a.m. Saturday and police and medics responded for assistance as security had him detained at the time. Gonzalez was agitated and refused to speak with officers, and refused all medical assistance. He was told to leave the property and not to return that night, and a friend took him home. Just under an hour later, Gonzalez returned to the club with his family, including his parents, at which time he was charged with public intoxication and criminal trespass.
Clarksville Police responded to the MAPCO at 2099 Wilma Rudolph Blvd on August 27th to find 28-year-old Connor Lawson House, who has been covered for his multiple prior arrests in Nashville, hiding in the bathroom eating a bag of chips he didn’t pay for. Management reported he had come into the store multiple times today and hid in the store’s restroom while eating and drinking food he took from the shelves without paying for it. Officers say he was intoxicated and reeked of alcohol. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
21-year-old Ruth Valdez was drinking with her friends all night at an apartment on Tiny Town Road when she decided she was going to drive home at 6:15 a.m. Sunday. Her friends called 911 when she attempted to leave in her vehicle while still extremely intoxicated. Officer arrived. As officers arrived and detained her, she hit Officer Malone and then began kicking the windows and partitions inside the patrol car. Due to her level of intoxication, she was transported to Sango ER where she managed to slip one of her handcuffs. There was a struggle in the hospital while attempting to get her hands cuffed behind her back for transport to jail, as she actively resisted all efforts.
Just before 3 a.m. Friday, Clarksville Police found 22-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Kameron Tillmon “shirtless, shoeless, and with cockleburs stuck to his sweatpants” as he banged on the door of an apartment as he attempted to open it on Oak Arbor Court. Police say he reeked of alcohol and had been in front of other nearby apartments, too. He was unable to tell officers where he was coming from, going to, or why he was there. Due to his level of intoxication, he was transported to booking.
26-year-old Fredrickia Jordan was charged with public intoxication after arguing with a patron at Mr. Billy’s Bar who was trying to get her to leave. She had reportedly become belligerent with both other patrons and staff, and was insistent on driving herself home when police arrived despite having no license and being obviously intoxicated. She refused all officers to assist her in finding alternate ways home, and was transported to booking, where she was charged with public intoxication.
Clarksville Police responded to a vandalism call at the Flats Off Madison complex on July 10th, where they located 32-year-old Paul Klopfer in the parking lot with his father. The complainant stated Klopfer was armed and extremely drunk and had fallen onto his car, causing some damage. Officers report Klopfer reeked of alcohol and was unaware of where he was or how he got there. He also produced a loaded Glock 19 from his waistband when asked if he was carrying any weapons.
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.
Clarksville Police responded to Rainbow Street at 4:33 a.m. Monday after the homeowner reported it appeared someone had stumbled onto their property and passed out in their yard overnight. Officer Justin Bolden made contact with 24-year-old Christopher Rivera, of Nashville, and attempted to speak to him, however, he was too incoherent to carry on any understandable conversation according to an arrest report. He was extremely intoxicated and barely able to stand on his own.
38-year-old Andrea Cole was charged with public intoxication after a resident on E. College Street contacted police to report individuals were “acting crazy and causing a disturbance” in her yard. Officers arrived and located Cole extremely intoxicated and in the passenger seat of a vehicle at the location. She had no legitimate purpose to be at the residence and was unable to arrange for a ride home.
31-year-old Fort Campbell Solider Trevor Bryant was heavily intoxicated and arguing with patrons at a bar at 244 Dover Road in the early hours of Saturday morning. Multiple witnesses inside the bar stated he was attempting to start fights, and Ms. Pomeroy stated he had kicked the front glass door, cracking it. When officers arrived at 1:34 a.m. they attempt to find a friend to pick up Bryant or a rideshare to take him home, however, he refused any alternate way home.
Clarksville Police Officer Novenario was on duty when he observed 22-year-old Collin Richards enter the Mapco at 1775 Madison Street and begin to act belligerent while inside. Due to his extreme level of intoxication, the clerk refused him any more alcohol, which he was attempting to purchase. Richards reportedly continued to become even more belligerent, at which time he was taken into custody for public intoxication.
Officers responded to Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill to a report of a woman lying on the floor, extremely intoxicated. They found 32-year-old Monika Falcon as the intoxicated woman and made contact with an employee who says when they attempted to assist her from the floor so she would go home, she bit an employee in the chest. She was unable or unwilling to speak to officers, and her speech that was attempted was not able to be understood due to her extreme level of intoxication.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Cavalry Scout Jonathan Maisonet reportedly nearly drowned on the Red River. Last weekend, Clarksville Police responded to Peachers Mill Road in response to a call that two heavily intoxicated individuals were floating down the Red River and that one of them had almost drowned. Medics responded to medically clear Maisonet, who survived the incident. Police noted he was still very intoxicated with slurred speech, and could not stand on his own two feet without assistance. He was charged with public intoxication.
Multiple officers arrived at Holiday Drive in response to a shirtless 19-year-old Garrett Ray Terry, who was attempting to fight officers who were attempting to take help him. He was drunken and on the roadway and every time they attempted to assist him he continued to fight and actively resist. He was eventually detained and charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest, and underage consumption.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier with the fresh hair, Daniel Casabona, was found standing in the middle of the roadway at Cummingham Ln / Armistead Drive just before 5 p.m. heavily intoxicated. As police went to check on him they observed him to be unsteady on his feet and reeking of alcohol. Casabona admitted to drinking beer prior to walking, and police determined it was unsafe for him to continue walking on his journey due to his level of intoxication.
27-year-old Andrew John Hext Fridholm (Andrew Hext) was found passed out in the backseat of a vehicle just before 2 a.m. Saturday in the parking lot of the Electric Cowboy. Security notified Clarksville Police, who responded and found him with a bottle of alcohol still in his lap. Police let him exit the vehicle and call his wife to come to retrieve him. While he was waiting on her arrival, however, he became a nuisance and would not stay in a safe area on the sidewalk as directed and continued to attempt to be in traffic that was exiting while in his intoxicated state.
Clarksville Police received a complaint about 27-year-old Noel Elorfi walking in front of Hookah 21 just before 1 a.m. Friday. They caught up with her nearby, where she was sitting on the sidewalk. Officers attempted to get her a sober ride home, as she was too intoxicated to care for herself, however, she became belligerent and uncooperative.