24-year-old Danilo Martinez was jailed on May 21st after police responded to a call about a man refusing to leave the troubled Electric Cowboy club in Clarksville. According to security, Martinez left Electric Cowboy and returned to fight another man. Security at the door stated he was trying to figure out what was going on, and Martinez swung at him as well. He had been drinking heavily at the club. When police arrived, security had Martinez in custody while he shouted profanities and kicked at them. The manager told police that they have had several problems with Martinez for three weeks in a row.
Tag: public intoxication
Soldier Taylor Hanson “I had 8 Brigade Beers” before breaking sprinkler & flooding jail cell
25-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Taylor Hanson was jailed on May 2 after being found extremely intoxicated in a parking lot on Fort Campbell Blvd just after 1 a.m. He told police he consumed “8 Brigade Beers” prior to their interaction. Officers attempted to place him into custody, but he actively resisted arrest and had to be taken to the ground to gain compliance. While in a holding cell at booking, Hanson destroyed the sprinkler in his cell, causing water to rush throughout the facility. He was additionally charged with vandalism of critical infrastructure..
Tara Close charged after drunkenly trying to get out of a car on the interstate
44-year-old Tara Close was jailed on April 30th after trying to get out of a moving vehicle on I-24. Police spoke with Close, who said she was returning from Nashville with her sister and her sister’s friends. She was slurring her speech and unsteady on her feet. Officers could smell alcohol coming from her as she explained that she was arguing with the other women in the car and wanted to get out. She said they dropped off one of the women on Peachers Mill, and she finally jumped out. The driver told police that close tried to open the door multiple times while driving on I-24. She refused to follow the officer’s instructions during the investigation and was placed into custody.
Soldier Stephen Habisreitinger goes buck wild in Dick’s Sporting Goods in Clarksville
27-year-old Fort Campbell E-3 Soldier Stephen Habisreitinger was jailed on April 22 after causing a drunken scene inside Dick’s Sporting Goods in Clarksville. The store manager called 911 after the soldier, who reeked of alcohol, was disturbing other customers and store employees. Officers arrived and observed Stephen making statements that were incoherent and not relevant to the context of the situation. He was unable to provide a number for anyone to pick him up, so he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Patrons take keys & gun from Dustin Carter after he falls asleep drunk at a Scooter’s Pub
33-year-old Dustin Carter was Jailed on April 2nd after falling asleep while sitting at the bar at Scooters Pub and being aggressive with staff. Police responded to the pub and spoke with Jason Meadows, a customer who told police Carter fell asleep at the bar, threw up in the bathroom, and then tried to get in his car and leave. The other customers tried to get Carter an Uber ride so he could get home safely, and he became irate when they took his car keys so that he couldn’t drive himself home. Jason noticed that Carter had a Glock 19 on his hip, so he took it, emptied the chamber, and placed it in the back office. When police saw Carter, he was clearly intoxicated, with bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and a strong odor of alcohol on his breath.
Police say Jeremy Rugante was “tweaking” on Wilma Rudolph Blvd at 2 AM
Police say 35-year-old Jeremy Rugante was “tweaking” when they encountered him on Wilma Rudolph Blvd on March 28 just after 2 a.m. He was described as having “tweak” like movements with pinpoint pupils and was sweaty with slurred speech. He was unable to provide an address or arrange for anyone to take him to a safe place, so he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Cooper Chessman — dazed and confused at the Minit Mart at 6 a.m.
Police say 26-year-old Cooper Chessman wandered into the Minit Mart on Peachers Mill Road just after 6 a.m. on March 28 and appeared dazed and confused. Store employees were afraid he was going to pass out and called 911. Chessman was unable to tell responding officers where he was, how he arrived at the store, or how to get home. He initially denied using any drugs but later stated he didn’t know what he had used. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Naked at Dodge’s Chicken: “I’m Rebecca Ledlow & I plead the 5th!”
33-year-old Rebecca Ledlow was completely naked in the parking lot of Dodge’s Chicken on Fort Campbell Blvd at 7:30 p.m. on March 24. Multiple citizens reported the naked nuisance, and as soon as Clarksville Police arrived, she turned away from them, placed her hands behind her back, and stated, “I’m Rebecca Ledlow, and I plead the 5th!” After being detained and placed in the rear of a patrol car, Ledlow admitted she had recently “smoked crack.”
Jordyn Siclovan drunk & disorderly at Mr. Billy’s Bar with a stolen handgun
Police responded to Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill just before 2 a.m. Monday for a reported fight. They arrived to find 22-year-old Jordyn Siclovan standing in front of the bar while swaying and slurring her words. She began to shout profanities at responding officers, who then took her into custody for public intoxication. A search of her person produced a handgun, which was reported stolen out of Hendersonville.
Soldier Jawan Edwards went to Club Stilettos; left without a happy ending
28-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jawan Edwards went to Club Stilettos on College Street Friday night and had a confrontation with someone in the parking lot. Edwards, who was extremely intoxicated, became loud and caught the attention of bouncer Michael Mills, who advised him to leave the property. Edwards refused and became confrontational with Mills, yelling, screaming, and attempting to fight him. Mills retrieved a baseball bat from inside the club and returned outside, and began to go back inside as things calmed down — until Edwards began following him, attempting to fight him and assuming fighting stances.
Police arrived and initially only detained Edwards as he refused to identify himself, and the bouncer didn’t want to press charges. While being detained, Edwards was given the opportunity to find a safe ride home, but he refused and became combative with police, so he was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Jervion Akins walks into traffic with Patrón and marijuana
34-year-old Jervion Akins was jailed on March 11th after police received a call regarding a man walking into oncoming traffic just before 1 p.m. Officers located Akins on Dover Crossing Rd. Officers first noticed that there was an overwhelming odor of marijuana and shortly after noticed an overwhelming odor of alcohol coming from Akins. When Officers conducted a search, they located 30 grams of marijuana and an open bottle of Patrón. Akins was deemed intoxicated and a danger to himself in a public setting and taken into custody.
Tyja Snipe jailed: “I’m not even drunk; I just smoked weed.”
25-year-old Tyja Snipe was after becoming angry at people and refusing to get a ride home from Waffle House on Ft. Campbell Blvd. On Mar 4th, a security guard from the waffle house reported a “highly intoxicated female, yelling at people” in the establishment. When officers arrived, Snipe was acting very agitated, and they could smell alcohol on her. She could not arrange a ride home and insisted on walking. Because Snipe was in a public place, being unreasonably annoying and determined to take an unsafe walk home, she was placed into custody. En route to booking, Snipe stated, ” I’m not even drunk; I just smoked weed.”
Soldier Steven Lindsay drunkenly demands police take him to jail from Electric Cowboy
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Steven Scott Lindsay caused such a disruption at the troubled Electric Cowboy at 2 a.m. Sunday, that staff requested that he be removed and trespassed from the location. Clarksville Police arrived to find him sitting near the front door and extremely intoxicated. When officers mentioned how drunk he was, Lindsay became argumentative and combative, pointing at an officer and yelling, “take me to jail,” and take him to jail, they did.
Mariah Blankenship kicks cop in groin in battle at Paradox Lounge
23-year-old Mariah Blakenship was jailed after kicking a police officer in the groin and striking him in the face as he attempted to detain her after a fight at the Paradox Lounge on Wilma Rudolph Blvd on Feb 25th. Police say they responded to a fight in progress at the club and arrived to find Blankenship being forcefully restrained by three individuals in order to prevent any more fighting. As Clarksville Police Officer Thomas Nichols attempted to take her into custody, she kicked him in the groin and chest and used the hand that was cuffed to strike him in the face as she twisted out of his grip, with the assistance of two other people who were interfering with the arrest. She was determined to be extremely intoxicated and transported to booking after being cleared at Tennova hospital.
Devon Johnson — too drunk at Blackhorse Pub & Brewery
30-year-old Devon Johnson was identified as the patron who was fighting with staff and other customers at Blackhorse Pub and Brewery in downtown Clarksville on March 1st. Officers responded to the 911 call at 3:16 a.m. to find Johnson was extremely intoxicated and admitted to having “several” alcoholic beverages during the evening. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Margaret Bashore brought her own beer to the bar
Police say 59-year-old Margaret Bashore showed up at Scooter’s Pub on February 11 already intoxicated and with her own supply of beer. The owner of the bar, Robert Smith, explained she couldn’t bring her own alcohol and she was too intoxicated to remain at the bar. She refused to leave, and police arrived to remove her. After they walked her outside, she attempted to re-enter the bar twice in their presence. After she was unable to arrange a ride home, she was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
Soldier Jerod Hauck flees from police… on foot… while drunk
28-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jerod Hauck was jailed early Sunday morning after drunkenly fleeing from officers on Trenton Road. Officers initially received a call that Hauck was stumbling down the roadway just after 5 a.m., and they canvassed the area looking for the man. He was found in the parking lot of Jenkins and Wynne and ran from officers when they gave him commands to stop. Hauck fell down multiple times while attempting to run away, but was eventually taken into custody.
Omar Obregon-Cuebas avoids DUI by getting out of car at Walmart
24-year-old Omar Obregon-Cuebas was charged with public intoxication on February 4th by Officer Matthew Johnson of the Clarksville Police Department. A citizen called 911 to report a drunk near the Sango Walmart, who was reportedly driving all over the road, and nearly hit another vehicle before pulling into the Walmart parking lot. The officer arrived and located Omar, who was exiting his blue Toyota Corolla. Omar admitted to drinking White Claws and stated he was too drunk to be driving and just wanted to go home. The officer transported him to booking, where he was charged with public intoxication.
Jason Howell found drunk and mud-covered on side of road
41 -year-old Jason Howell was found drunken and covered in mud while sitting on the side of the road at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on Whitefield Road just before 4 p.m. Saturday. Officers say he apparently had fallen in the mud of a construction area and admitted to consuming alcohol. Hew was unable to walk without stumbling and falling, so he was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
Ashley Price found drunk sitting in road after mom takes her keys & locks her out
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.