Deputies observed 24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Oliver Terry speeding on Hwy 374 just after 3 a.m. Saturday and conducted a traffic stop. During the interaction, Deputy LaBeause said Terry reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and consented to a blood draw, which was conducted at Tennova Sango prior to booking.
Fort Campbell Soldier Wendy Osias charged with stealing a wig from Strandz by Nicole
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Wendy Osias was booked on an outstanding warrant Wednesday, charging him with the theft of a wig in October. Dominique Nall says she sold Wendy a wig valued at $509 at Strandz By Nicole, which is seen on video at the business. After purchasing, Osias disputed the charge with his bank and put a stop payment on the transaction. Ms. Nall has text messages between Osias and his spouse in reference to the payment that she says she never received, as it was disputed.
Thor Tucker charged in DUI with open 25oz Busch beer
26-year-old Thor Tucker faces DUI and multiple other charges after deputies say they observed him traveling at 65 mph in a 35 mph zone in his white Mustang late Monday. During the subsequent traffic stop, he reportedly reeked of alcohol and had an open 25oz can of Busch beer that was still cold and partially empty. Tucker refused all alcohol testing, but a warrant was granted for a blood draw. He was additionally charged with a window tint violation.
Trio charged after high-speed chase: Diamond Robinson, LeAndreonna Robinson, & Antoine Maupin
Deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a silver Chrysler 200 on I-24 as it was traveling 107 mph on February 13. Inside the vehicle was 19-year-old Diamond Robinson, 20-year-old Le’Andreonna Robinson, and 20-year-old Antoine Maupin. The trio increased speed, and a chase began onto Wilma Rudolph at 85 mph, where they blacked out the vehicle and eventually lost control into a field off Trenton Road. They fled on foot but were apprehended across the field. Inside the vehicle was 17 grams of marijuana, 2 grams of Fentanyl, and a firearm. All three denied being the driver or possession of the gun
Ortega Regules popped for DUI while traveling 70 in a 40 mph zone
Sporting a popped collar even in his mugshot, 32-year-old Ortega Aquilino Regules faces multiple charges after deputies say he was traveling 70 mph in a 40 mph zone while intoxicated. The traffic stop occurred on Providence Blvd as Regulas was driving his 2009 Nissan Altima. Police say he reeked of alcohol and admitted to consuming “two beers” before driving. Once at booking, it was learned he also had an outstanding warrant from 2019, also for DUI.
Soldier Zach Braley charged with drag racing; speeding 91 mph in a 55 mph zone
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Zachary Jeffrey Braley is charged with drag racing and speeding after a THP Trooper observed him driving one of four vehicles traveling together and approaching him at a high rate of speed, eventually reaching 91 mph in a 55 mph zone on Hwy 374 between Peachers Mill Road and Whitfield Road. Trooper Cadena stopped Braley, who was driving the lead vehicle, at 1 a.m. and placed him into custody.
Fort Campbell Soldier Dakota Herrod booked after failing to appear for traffic citation
27-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Dakota Blake Herrod was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant issued when he failed to appear for a traffic citation in July. The original June citation charges him with traveling at 68 mph in a 45 mph, with no proof of insurance, and driving on a suspended license. He told the officer his cruise control was set at 64. When he didn’t appear for his July court date, a failure to appear warrant was signed.
DUI: Madison Gerkin charged after going 71 in a 40; open bottle of vodka in car
19-year-old Madison Elise Gerkin was stopped after an officer observed her traveling at 71 mph in a 40 mph zone on N. Riverside Drive just before 3 a.m. She claimed she had not consumed alcohol; however, the officer smelled alcohol coming from the vehicle and Gerkin. An open bottle of New Amsterdam Vodka was found in the vehicle, and Gerkin performed poorly on field sobriety tests.
Jacob Gregorek charged with marijuana possession & speeding in Clarksville
22-year-old Jacob Ryan Gregorek was pulled over for speeding 21 mph over the speed limit Saturday night and told the officer he had smoked earlier but had no marijuana or drugs in the car when the officer noted he could smell marijuana. He eventually consented to a search of his vehicle after multiple more denials that anything was inside the vehicle, and the officer located 17 grams of marijuana in the console. Gregorek explained he was from Virginia, where he says they’re allowed to have small personal amounts.
Shawntre Brown booked on warrants after she walks away from attempted traffic stop
30-year-old Shawntre Devon Brown is charged with speeding, driving on a revoked license (for the second time), and driving with expired tags after officers observed her traveling 55 mph in a 35 mph zone in September. As she noticed an officer was behind her, she pulled into Whitney Drive and parked, and walked away down the street. The officer stayed with the vehicle, and a short time later, a man came to get the vehicle, who turned out to be her father. He confirmed her identity, and the warrants were issued for her arrest. She was booked on the outstanding warrants on September 29th.
Amir McCain (FlipPhoneShwty) jailed after fleeing police during April traffic stop
21-year-old Amir Shadon McCain, locally known as rapper FlipPhoneShwty) was jailed this week after being on the run for five months on multiple warrants, including a felony evading arrest/flight charge. In April, an officer was conducting a traffic stop on a Nissan Altima driven by McCain, and as he walked near the vehicle, McCain sped away and was able to evade police until they gave up the chase. Multiple warrants were issued for his arrest, and he was jailed on September 22nd after a new traffic stop for speeding. He is free on a $24,000 bond.
Sarah Grace Vincent: 3rd DUI in 39 days in Clarksville — $40,000 bond
23-year-old Sarah Grace Vincent was issued a citation for DUI on August 8th in Clarksville, and was free to go without posting a bond. On August 26th, she was charged with a DUI and child endangerment and quickly posted a $13,000 cash bond, the conditions of which prohibit her from consuming any alcohol or drugs. But wait, there’s more! On September 11th, she was traveling 68 mph in a 35 mph work zone in Clarksville and was found to be once again driving under the influence. An officer says she was slow, lethargic, confused, and unable to state where she was coming from or going. She is now jailed in lieu of a $40,000 bond, which she has not yet posted.
Fallen King Tattoo owner Fabian Diaz charged after crash in Clarksville
Clarksville Police Officer Robert Conery responded to a crash on August 28th at Tiny Town & Barkers Mill and discovered the 29-year-old driver Fabian Diaz had a suspended license, and his vehicle registration was expired. Diaz was previously charged with driving on a suspended license earlier this year. He was transported to booking and charged accordingly. Diaz is the owner of Fallen King Tattoo Studio in Oak Grove.
Alcohol, handgun, & speed — Fort Campbell soldier Alexander Stapleton arrested: 73 in a 35
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Alexander Stapleton was clocked at 73 mph in a 35 mph zone in the early hours of Sunday morning by Deputy Jonathan Brown. Stapleton continued those speeds as the drove through a red light on Hwy 48. After a traffic stop was conducted, Stapleton was reported to be “heavily intoxicated” and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. There was Glock in Plainview in the vehicle, and he blew a 0.103% BAC on a breathalyzer.