19-year-old Zachary Clark was jailed on July 14th after leading police in a car chase that ended in the parking lot of Wagon Wheel on Fort Campbell Boulevard. Clark was the driver during the chase. Unknown pills were found in his pockets that were later identified as Percocets and Xanax. A search of the vehicle yielded 5.7 grams of fentanyl, 46.6 grams of marijuana, a loaded Ruger 5.7, a loaded Kel-Tec PMR, and a loaded Glock 36 in the backseat.
21-year-old Daequan Walton was observed doing 84 MPH and weaving through traffic on Providence Blvd. on July 17th by MCSO Deputy Ryherd. Deputy Ryherd conducted a traffic stop and spoke to Daequan, who admitted to drinking a six-pack. Another officer took over and evaluated Daequan’s sobriety test; he performed poorly and agreed to take a breathalyzer test. His BAC was 0.194 at that time.
19-year-old Alexis Johnson was doing donuts in a parking lot when Clarksville Police activated their lights and attempted to stop her. She fled the area and later wrecked her car at the Speedway on Providence Blvd. She fled on foot from the car and ran behind the Speedway, and was unable to be located. Officers searched the abandoned vehicle, which was registered to Johnson, and located 19 grams of marijuana. Johnson eventually came to the police station and wrote a statement in which she admitted to driving the wrecked car and fleeing from police.
A Deputy says he was driving on Hwy 48 when a white Ford Expedition driven by 24-year-old Colton Miller sped past him on the right at a high rate of speed. He clocked the vehicle at 90 mph in a 35 mph work zone. Despite lights and sirens being activated, Miller continued to flee, and a pursuit was initiated. The vehicle eventually crashed on Salem Road, and a felony stop was completed. Miller was highly intoxicated and possessed a 9 mm handgun.
31-year-old Meagan Goglia successfully fled from Clarksville Police Tuesday on Wilma Rudolph Blvd, after officers attempted to stop the van she was driving as it was swerving across multiple lanes of traffic with no headlights or taillights. As the officer pursued her with lights and sirens activated, she eluded the stop, but not before he got a clear view of her as the driver and the tag number. Later that evening, a deputy noticed the van on Bette Palmyra Road and was aware of the BOLO that had been issued earlier from CPD. Still without any lights, the van was swerving all over the roadway. She stopped for the deputy, who observed her to have vomited all over herself and the vehicle and noted her extreme level of intoxication.
27-year-old Patrick Louwayne Landers, better known in the city as DJ 730XX, rear-ended a police officer on Fort Campbell Blvd just before 4 a.m. on July 22nd and fled the scene driving a red Toyota Camry. A short distance away, as that BOLO was coming across the radio, another officer noticed the Camry with the KY tag and attempted to initiate a traffic stop. Landers drove for a short distance as if looking for a place to stop, then suddenly fled at a high rate of speed.
Oak Grove Officers went to the registered address for the tag, and as they arrived, Patrick Landers was throwing up in the front yard. Officers were able to wake up the registered owner, who is Landers’ girlfriend, Checara Bailey, who stated Landers had just arrived home in the vehicle moments before. The vehicle was still warm to the touch.
29-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Alexander Fair was unknowingly traveling in front of a THP Trooper’s vehicle when he accelerated to 76 mph in a 45 mph zone, and then accelerated to 86 mph a short time later. THP Trooper Cadena initiated a traffic stop in front of Gate 1 and placed Fair under arrest for reckless driving. He arranged for a friend to pick up the Mustang and he was transported to booking.
20-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Gupton Vogt was racing another vehicle on Fort Campbell Blvd as they passed by a THP Trooper traveling the opposite direction. The cars were initially clocked at 90 mph in a 45 mph zone, and slowed to 77 mph as the rear radar picked up his vehicle. A traffic stop was made at Senator Drive and Vogt was taken into custody for reckless driving.
Officers say 25-year-old Jenell Fuller was driving on Providence Blvd on May 23rd when she crossed the center media and nearly struck a patrol vehicle head-on, which was traveling on the opposite side of the roadway. A traffic stop was immediately conducted, during which she admitted to drinking alcohol prior to driving. Fuller performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody.