Patrick Booker caught with crack pipe at his mother’s house

37-year-old Patrick Booker was caught violating his order of protection at his mother’s house on Abner Drive on April 7th. When officers arrived, they came to see that Booker was asleep in his car. Once Booker rolled over, he revealed that he was lying on a “crack” pipe and a marijuana blunt. Patrick Booker was taken into custody and charged with probation violation, joyriding, evading arrest, simple possession/casual exchange, and unlawful drug paraphernalia.

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Armonde Crenshaw caught with marijuana in his Mercedes

22-year-old Armonde Crenshaw was seen in a white Mercedes making an illegal U-turn on North 2nd Street on March 26th. Officers made contact with Crenshaw and conducted a probable cause search of his car. They located 1.5 grams of marijuana, an empty baggie, and an ashtray with multiple blunt portions.

When officers ran Crenshaw’s information, they found that he had an action date for failing to apply for insurance on February 17th. On November 15th, Crenshaw was caught driving on a suspended license, making the current one his third offense. Armonde Crenshaw was taken into custody and charged with simple possession/casual exchange, unlawful drug paraphernalia, driving on a revoked or suspended license, and no insurance.

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DUI: Robert Joyce drinks “3 rum and cokes” before driving, caught with 12 grams of marijuana

56-year-old Robert Joyce was seen driving outside of Jiffy Lube on Fort Campbell Boulevard when a call to the police department reported that he was drunk driving on November 29th. Joyce told the arriving officers that he was trying to get his oil changed, but they noticed that there was an immediate smell of marijuana and alcohol coming from the truck. The officers then observed that Joyce was clearly inebriated. When asked, Joyce said he had three rum and cokes with a shot and a half per drink. But when told to give them a number between one and ten for how drunk he was, Joyce said that he was only a two. He also admitted that he was smoking weed three hours prior and that there was weed in his car. Joyce then consented to do field sobriety tests but was not able to perform all of them due to his arthritis. The tests Joyce was able to do were executed poorly. Officers found around 12 grams of weed in Joyce’s truck. Joyce was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and simple possession or casual exchange.

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Danshawn Gatlin caught with marijuana at DUI checkpoint

20-year-old Danshawn Gatlin was stopped at a DUI checkpoint on Tiny Town Road with his friend Christopher Bonner on November 18th. During the stop, officers noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the car. Bonner was identified as the driver. He told officers that he smoked prior to driving but didn’t have anything on him. This prompted officers to conduct a search on both Bonner and Gatlin, and they found a baggie containing marijuana in Gatlin’s pocket. Officers also found that Gatlin had a local warrant for his arrest for a traffic offense. Gatlin was taken into custody and charged with simple possession/casual exchange.

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Hugh Thames lies to police about girlfriend overdosing on crack

44-year-old Hugh Thames Jr was at Marathon Gas station on November 5th when he was giving CPR to a female who was overdosing. Officers arrived and asked Thames if he knew the female, and he told them he didn’t. He said to them that he noticed her collapse on the street and drove her to the gas station to get help. Officers picked up Thames’s personal information while he led them to the initial place where he found her. Thames’s information didn’t come up, so they asked again for his social security number, and he gave them a different number. It was discovered that Thames had multiple non-extraditable warrants in other states. This led to officers asking for consent to search his room, which he granted. While at the hotel, Thames told officers that he had crack cocaine in the room as well as where to find it. Officers also found devices that Thames claimed were used to “push crack.” Thames also told them that the female that he was giving CPR to was his girlfriend, who was overdosing on the crack they were smoking. She fell over and hit her head, so he grabbed her and rushed to the hospital but had to make a stop at the gas station when she became unresponsive. Thames was taken into custody and charged with false report, simple possession/casual exchange, unlawful drug paraphernalia, and criminal impersonation.

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James Pridemore drives stolen vehicle, caught with meth and heroin

31-year-old James Pridemore was found in a stolen Volkswagen Passat on November 10th. Pridemore was seen with two females in said vehicle. When Deputy E. Dube detained them, Pridemore admitted to having meth, heroin, and needles. When conducting a probable cause search, the deputy found a small backpack Pridemore said was his. In the bag, he located multiple needles, a baggie of meth, and a baggie of heroin. The car was confirmed stolen from Metro Nashville and was valued at around $4500. Pridemore was taken into custody and charged with possession of stolen property, methamphetamine violation, and simple possession/casual exchange.

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Justin Barkey caught with marijuana in vehicle, blames girlfriend

22-year-old Justin Richard Barkey was stopped by police for a headlamp infraction on October 26th. Officers observed this, conducted a traffic stop, and noticed a strong odor of marijuana as they approached the driver’s side door. Barkey stated his girlfriend had been smoking marijuana, and the smell was on his clothes because of it. There was probable cause to search his vehicle, and officers located 14 grams of marijuana, a digital scale, cigarillos, 13 Vicodin pills, and a Glock 21 pistol. Officers later found that Barkey’s license was also suspended/revoked. Barkey was taken into custody for unlawful drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended/revoked license, simple possession, schedule VI drug violations, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony.

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Landon Talley lies about having diabetes after police find meth in his vehicle

36-year-old Landon Wayne Talley was pulled over on Providence Boulevard for a hands-free violation on the morning of October 20. Talley spoke with officers and told them that he only was holding the phone while it was on speakerphone and not using it. He then provided an expired identification card and did not have insurance for his car. Deputies deployed a K9 unit, got a positive indication, and searched Talley’s vehicle, where a spoon with “white powder” was found. The powdery substance field tested positive for methamphetamine. In addition to this, officers also found used and unused insulin needles, and a dose vial labeled “Trenbolone Acetate, 100mg/10mL Dose Vial, Intramuscular Only.” Talley told officers that he was diabetic but could not answer any diabetes-related questions, so he was taken into custody for driving without a license, driving an unregistered vehicle, not having proof of insurance, methamphetamine violations, simple possession, and unlawful drug paraphernalia.

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Kolby Coleman charged after threatening staff at St. Bethlehem Elementary; “Get your kids, ’cause I’m gonna air this place out!”

27-year-old Kolby Mikal Coleman was disorderly at St. Bethlehem Elementary School around noon on October 26th. School Resource Officer Woods spoke with police and advised them that a parent of a child, Coleman, was yelling profanities around the children and was asked to leave by staff. Coleman then stated, “Get your kids, ’cause I’m gonna air this place out!” which was heard by several other parents and staff members, causing them to fear for their safety as he went to the parking lot across the school where officers met him. Coleman was placed into custody, then his wife consented to a search of his vehicle. This search yielded a small amount of marijuana that he admitted belonged to him. Coleman was charged with disorderly conduct and simple possession.

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Kyjuan Schambers jailed after hit-and-run crash

21-year-old Kyjuan Schambers was the driver responsible for multiple injuries in a three-vehicle accident on Purple Heart Pkwy. on October 3rd. Officers witnessed a white Kia Sedan speeding down 101st Airborne Division Pkwy. shortly before responding to a wreck involving the same vehicle. Three cars were damaged, and as officers arrived, they observed two Glock handguns and blue pills, later identified as Oxycodone, in plain view of the unoccupied Kia Sedan. Officers determined the Kia Sedan to be the at-fault vehicle as witnesses stated that the Kia was traveling at a high speed before rear-ending a car, causing them to hit the car in front of them.

A passenger and a driver were transported to Tennova for medical attention and were able to identify Schambers as the driver of the Kia. Officers confirmed that the Kia was registered to Schambers and that his license was “eligible for reissue.” Schambers was arrested on October 5th for reckless endangerment, unlawful carrying of a weapon, simple possession, leaving the scene, and driving without a license.

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Jevell Rucker charged with marijuana after window tint traffic stop

30-year-old Jevell Rucker was pulled over on September 28 just after midnight when officers stated that they could not see into the car through the tint of his windows. While the officer initiated their emergency equipment around mile marker 11.8, they stated that the vehicle came to a stop at Exit 4 Westbound I-24.

When the officer approached the window, they alleged that there was a strong marijuana smell coming from the car. A search of the center console found six grams of marijuana and that Rucker was the only occupant of the car. The officer also claims that the window tint was not legal after being tested with a tint card and window tint meter.

Rucker was booked for evading arrest, simple possession, a window tint violation, and out-of-county warrants that were discovered after the fact.

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J’Deshawn Duncan stopped for window tint; police find stolen gun & Marijuana

19-year-old J’Deshawn Duncan was jailed on September 9th after being pulled over on Riverside Drive for having illegal window tints. The front windows were 17%, and the back was 5%; the legal percentage is 35 and above. While officers spoke with Duncan and front-seat passenger Tyson Mullins, they could smell marijuana coming from the vehicle.

Duncan was asked to step out of the vehicle, and officers could smell raw marijuana coming from his person. A vehicle search was conducted, which yielded a tied-off baggie of marijuana in the front seat and a Glock handgun with an extended mag under the seat. There were 16 rounds in the magazine and one in the chamber. A check through NCIC showed the pistol was stolen out of Davidson County.

A working pistol light/laser and a digital scale were also found under the driver’s seat. In the center console, a fully loaded 9mm Glock magazine was located. Duncan admitted to the pistol being his but denied knowing anything about the narcotics or accessories.

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Nalayah Barker jail on $3K bond after found high on marijuana in public

20-year-old Nalayah Barker was jailed on August 11th after police responded to the Red Roof Inn for a report of a woman trying to get into someone’s car. When police arrived, they observed Barker trying to open a car door and a man trying to stop her. They asked her what was going on as she swayed back and forth, mumbling. They noticed her pupils were dilated and asked if there was anyone they could call to pick her up, to which she replied, “It’s hot.” Police also noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from her and determined she was a danger to herself and the public. Ms. Barker was taken into custody and searched. Marijuana was found on her person.

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Jeremiah Carter drunk and disorderly at the Days Inn

26-year-old Jeremiah Carter was booked on August 9th after police found him outside the Days Inn in North Clarksville drunk and possibly high on narcotics. He was unsteady on his feet, had bloodshot eyes, and slurred when he spoke. Carter was a public nuisance and a danger to others by threatening a woman who was sitting in her vehicle. He admitted to drinking alcohol, and officers located 3.3 grams of marijuana in his pocket.

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Sahvannah Penhollow slept while daughters injured themselves, asked neighbor for help

27-year-old Sahvannah Penhollow was awakened by police entering her home after her daughter asked the neighbor for help. The neighbor, Foster Sayles, was the one that called the police and asked them to come to the residence on Power St. because Sahvannah’s daughter told Foster through the window that she had burned her hand.

When he arrived, Officer Ventura heard the little girl in the house, so he knocked loudly. The daughter let the officer in and told them where her mother was sleeping, so he announced himself loudly. Sahvannah came out of the room, dazed as if she had just woken up, and told police that she was just asleep. Her other daughter was in the living room holding onto a chair with dry wax on her arm. The daughter that let the police in said that she burnt her balloon with a Febreeze canister in her room when she tried to cook rice and burned her hand. She said that when she reacted to burning her hand, she knocked off a candle that got into her hair and on her sister’s arm.

Police observed dirty diapers, old food, dirty pads, three-inch nails, more trash, and food all over the floor. Inside Sahvannah’s room, they found 74 grams of field-tested-positive marijuana, a glass pipe, a rolling tray, and a grinder. Penhollow was jailed on multiple counts of child abuse and drug-related charges.

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Shatquantell Steffin jailed after childish episode at Vacation Motel

36-year-old Shatquantell Steffin was jailed on July 29th when police were called by Judy Parker, an employee at Vacation Motel, who wanted officers present while she allowed Steffin, a previous tenant, to retrieve her belongings from the motel room. After Steffin got her things, she was asked to leave and not return to the property, but she refused to leave and laid down in the middle of the street. Officers could smell alcohol on her, and she admitted to having drinks in her room, which was why she was being kicked out. Due to her level of intoxication and refusal to leave the motel premises, Steffin was placed into custody. During the search of her person, officers located a small bag of marijuana and cigarillos in her pocket.

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Monica Reames found with Fentanyl after roommate rumble

35-year-old Monica Reames was jailed on July 29th after her roommate, Kara McAfee, reported she had been assaulted at their home on Broadripple Drive. Reames told police that she had been living with McAfee for three months and wanted to move out, which caused an argument. She stated that she did not assault McAfee, but she did slap her cell phone out of her hands. McAfee added that she was also pushed. Reames was taken into custody and searched. During the search, officers located a cut straw, burnt tin foil, and approximately .5 grams of fentanyl.

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Shayna Stone: “I can’t lie; I have marijuana” in my vehicle

20-year-old Shayna Stone was jailed last week after police pulled over her white Chrysler for a faulty headlight. She explained that she didn’t have a valid driver’s license. The officer noticed the odor of marijuana and asked if she had any in her vehicle. She told the officer that she couldn’t lie; there was marijuana in her vehicle. Police found 47.7 grams located in the center console, and Stone was placed under arrest.

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Kevin Hodges charged with harassment of lawyer William Poland in downtown Clarksville

31-year-old Kevin Hodges was jailed on July 25th after local attorney William Poland reported to police that Mr. Hodges approached him and his father as they stood outside Strawberry Alley. According to Mr. Poland, Hodges asked them for money and became belligerent when he was asked to leave them alone. He then clenched his fist and lunged at Mr. Poland in a threatening manner.

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