Lillie Trumpower jailed on $20K bond after shoplifting $3K from Dick’s Sporting Goods

Clarksville Police say 21-year-old Lillie Irene Trumpower ran out of Dick’s Sporting Goods just before 8 p.m. on Tuesday with nearly $3,000 in merchandise. An employee alerted police, who gave chase to Trumpower as she fled out the door and into the parking lot of the Governor’s Square mall. Once she was detained, she refused to be cuffed, and a second unit arrived to assist. She is jailed in lieu of a $20,000 bond.

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Drunken Fort Campbell Soldier Ruth Valdez assaults police officer, slips cuffs

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.

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Sydney Morris refuses to leave Clarksville Waffle House; makes cops forcibly remove her

On July 23rd at 3:03 a.m., the Waffle House at 1683 Fort Campbell Blvd was temporarily shut down by officials for being a fire hazard. 26-year-old Sydney Morris refused to leave the restaurant and insisted on arguing with police orders and their authority. As she was placed into custody for disorderly conduct, she refused to walk, forcing officers to drag her to the patrol vehicle. She then resisted being placed inside the patrol car and required multiple officers to place her inside.

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Natasha Blake: Yes, I beat my child AND threw her out of the house when she wouldn’t clean

Clarksville Police knocked on the door of 34-year-old Natasha Blake on July 17th, and directly asked her if she dragged and beat her child, as someone had reported. She confirmed she absolutely did beat her child and threw her out of the apartment because the 12-year-old would not clean the residence. She was told she was under arrest, at which time she resisted and pulled away before eventually she was taken into custody.

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Seth Williams fights with THP Trooper during DUI stop, refuses to be arrested

THP Trooper Michael Hickmon made contact with 23-year-old Seth Thomas Williams near the Dover Walmart Neighborhood Market, after observing him having trouble keeping his vehicle between the line on the road. When asked why he was swerving, Thomas insisted he was not and began to walk away. After being informed he was detained due to smelling of alcohol and suspected impaired driving, Williams refused to stop walking away from the Trooper, who was initially only able to cuff one wrist successfully. Williams was taken to the ground, where he continued to resist arrest and grabbed onto the Trooper’s wrist, refusing to release it.

After a brief struggle, he was taken into custody and charged with DUI 2nd, resisting arrest, and assault on an officer

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Garrett Ray Terry fought the law & the law won

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.

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Kicked out of Electric Cowboy, Soldier Corbin Bailey resists arrest, refuses to get ride home

24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Corbin Chenoweth Bailey was so intoxicated at the Electric Cowboy he was asked to leave by security. Despite attempting to get him to call a friend or rideshare, he insisted on getting in his car. Police arrived to attempt to get him to find an alternate way home, and noticed he had already vomited beside his car, and refused to exit the vehicle. After an extended period of time, he exited and they attempted to get him to find an alternate way to get home. He still refused, and when they told him they’d have to take him into custody for public intoxication, he backed up against a wall to prevent officers from cuffing him.

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