21-year-old Corron Wilson was jailed on April 1st after pulling a gun out on his girlfriend when he couldn’t find his phone. Police responded to Royster Lane and spoke with Shakya Harris, who told police that she and her boyfriend argued because he couldn’t find his phone. He then pulled a gun from his pocket and started waving it around, telling Shakya that he would hit her with it if she didn’t give him his phone. Shakya told Wilson she didn’t have his phone, and he pushed her in the chest. Shakya fell to the ground, and Wilson left before the police arrived.
32-year-old Sylvera Morgan was jailed on March 23rd on a warrant from March 17th for attacking her sister, Alexis Harris. Police responded to Royster Lane where Harris tells them that she and her sister had gotten into a dispute over money. She hadn’t heard from Morgan in a few days until she showed up at her house earlier that day. When Harris opened the door, Morgan started hitting her in the head. Harris left her home and her sister called 911 but they could not locate Morgan at that time so a warrant was issued for her arrest.
22-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jeremiah Ray was jailed this week after Clarksville Police Officer Rosa Hyatt let herself into his apartment after a neighbor called to complain they could hear a couple fighting inside. Officer Hyatt says no one was answering the door for her, so after she heard a female yelling and a loud noise she let herself inside the home after realizing the door was unlocked. As she opened the door and announced herself, Lela Perry approached the door as she continued yelling at her husband, Jeremiah Ray. She insisted the argument was only verbal, however, Officer Hyatt says she observed a “hand imprint” on Perry, and Perry insisted it was her own. Jeremiah Ray says the argument began over social media and led to wrestling, and admitted he made a “slap mark” on his wife. With that admission, he was taken into custody and charged with domestic violence.