44-year-old Brandon Shaw was booked on November 14th when officers observed him speeding down Dover Road. He was clocked going 55 mph in a 45 mph zone and was pulled over at the Exxon gas station. While speaking with Mr. Shaw, officers noticed the odor of alcohol coming from his vehicle and asked him to step out. He exited his vehicle and used the patrol vehicle to hold himself up while he admitted to the police that he had four drinks containing vodka. Additionally, there was a spilled bottle of alcohol observed in plain sight on the passenger’s floorboard. He was then asked to consent to sobriety tests, which he performed poorly, and was taken into custody.
43-year-old Emily Trageser was found by officers in a silver BMW speeding on Highway 76 on November 7th. Trageser was caught doing 79 MPH in a 50 MPH zone. When they made the traffic stop, the officer observed that she showed many signs of being intoxicated, one of them being the smell of alcohol coming from her. Trageser told the officer that she had some wine 2 hours before the traffic stop, so they asked her to perform field sobriety tests as well as a breathalyzer, which she performed poorly on both. Trageser was taken into custody and charged with DUI and speeding.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Jared Craig was jailed on his birthday, November 1st, after police observed him speeding down Rossview Road. Jared was going 47 mph in a 30 mph zone. He then began swerving and was pulled over. He was visibly intoxicated and slurred his speech as he told officers that he was coming from Nashville, where he had two drinks. He performed poorly on sobriety tests and was taken into custody. Mr. Craig blew a .139% BAC on a breathalyzer. This was his first DUI.
30-year-old Ft. Campbell Soldier Alexander Bryce-Patrick Doss was speeding on Lafayette Road on the night of October 28th. Officers conducted a traffic stop on Doss after the radar showed him going 50 mph in a 35-mph zone. Doss was visibly intoxicated as officers asked him if he had consumed any alcohol, and he admitted to drinking two beers. He consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and provided a breath sample resulting in 0.114% BAC, then was placed into custody for driving under the influence and speeding.
18-year-old Kyle Remington Adams, a Publix employee, was going 66 mph on Woodlawn Road, normally a 45 mph zone, on October 25th. Adams was visibly intoxicated as he spoke with officers, which led to a search yielding two mason jars containing a total of 842 grams of marijuana. Adams admitted to distributing marijuana and was then taken into custody for speeding and possession of a schedule IV narcotic.
30-year-old Ashley Zachariason was jailed on October 22nd after police observed her red buick going 72 mph down Warfield Boulevard, normally a 50 mph zone. Officers caught up with the vehicle as it merged onto Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. A traffic stop was conducted behind Lowes Drive, where they could smell alcohol coming from Ms. Ashley’s breath. She admitted having a few drinks earlier that night while celebrating her 30th birthday. She consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and was taken into custody. While searching her vehicle, officers located a nearly empty, opened bottle of Crown Royal. Police noted that after several minutes of yelling from Ms. Ashley and applying scratch marks to the forms with a pen, she was transported to the Magistrate’s office.
21-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Garrison Meadows was booked on September 2nd when police observed a pickup truck speeding down Dover Road, going 68 mph in a 45mph zone. Police followed the truck as it sped through the Circle K parking lot. This was when the police turned on their emergency equipment to make a traffic stop, but the vehicle picked up speed, leaving the officer behind on Lafayette Road. Further down the road, the officer found the truck in a yard crashed into a parked vehicle. Meadows was identified as the injured driver in the front seat. There was also an injured female in the passenger seat and an unresponsive male in the backseat. Meadows admitted to drinking but refused to perform sobriety tests and was transported to Tennova ER.
24-year-old Alishaa Dabney, AKA Peachy, was jailed on September 14th after a vehicle pursuit in her Audi A4 on Lafayette Road after she failed to stop at a stop sign. Once the officers activated emergency equipment, Dabney sped away until eventually coming to a complete stop on Anita Court. While placing Ms. Dabney into custody for the chase and traffic violation, officers observed a male passenger in the vehicle. He stated that he told Ms. Dabney to stop several times during the chase, but she refused. A strong odor of marijuana was coming from the vehicle, according to police. A search yielded a “Stitch” satchel bag containing 24.9 grams of marijuana and two loaded guns, one of which didn’t have a serial number. Dabney was sluggish and had bloodshot eyes. She admitted to being under the influence and to being in possession of marijuana and firearms.
20-year-old Maclaine Butts was jailed on August 31st after an officer observed her going 73 mph on 101st and Peachers Mill and initiated a traffic stop. She finally pulled over on 101st and Ringgold Road, and the officer could smell alcohol coming from the vehicle as soon as she rolled her window down and asked how many drinks she had that night. Butts stated she had a Mad Dog beer hours before. The officer observed Butts to have glossy eyes and asked her to consent to field sobriety tests. She performed poorly, was taken into custody, and transported to booking.
22-year-old De’Marviyan Moore was booked on a citation when police pulled her over in her Chrysler 200 on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard for illegal window tint and driving with a license that’s been suspended since 2020.
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 Fort Campbell 15U Chinook mechanic Carson Dempsey was driving his grey Ford F-150 on the afternoon of June 10 when he passed a sheriff’s department deputy at 75 mph in a 55 mph zone while swerving all across the road. The deputy was actually en route to multiple calls about the same vehicle driving recklessly. He conducted a traffic stop and immediately smelled alcohol coming from Dempsey. Dempsy stated he had “two or three beers” before driving, but inside the vehicle was an empty bottle of vodka, an empty bottle of rum, and an almost empty bottle of vodka. Dempsey was transported to jail, where he faces multiple charges.
26-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Brandon Brown told police he consumed a six-pack of Twisted Tea drinks while fishing on June 2 before getting behind the wheel of his silver Jeep just before 10 p.m. He was observed traveling 70 mph in a 55 mph zone on Hwy 149 near Hemitite Road. As the officer conducted a traffic stop, Brown reportedly reeked of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody, charged with DUI.
Fresh out of jail and on bond for a DUI earlier this month, 24-year-old Matthew Martinez once again found himself in handcuffs this week. On May 21, officers observed Martinez driving his black Ford Fusion at 78 mph in a 45 mph zone near Dover Rd & High Point Rd. Officers conducted a traffic stop and immediately smelled both marijuana and alcohol coming from Martinez. He was reportedly slurring his words, repeating himself, and having trouble keeping his balance. He was transported to booking and was once again charged with DUI — the second time in nine days.
24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Kenneth McCormack was jailed on April 9th after taking off on the police when they tried to pull him over for speeding on his motorcycle. An officer saw McCormack going 67 mph on Dover Road at 2:40 a.m. When the officer turned on his lights and siren, McCormack sped off trying to avoid being pulled over. The Officer turned off his emergency equipment and saw McCormack pull into Mr. Billy’s Bar and go inside. The officer followed and was able to identify McCormack by his clothing. He would not give the officer his Driver’s License, but he was able to be identified by cross-referencing from a prior incident on his motorcycle within the city.
37-year-old Patrice Johnson was jailed after a traffic stop on Thompkins Lane revealed that she was driving her Nissan with a suspended license. She also could not provide proof of registration. She has prior charges for driving on a suspended license in 2005, 2018, 2019, and 2022.
37-year-old Michael Scott was jailed on March 21st after police conducted a traffic stop for him speeding and found drugs in his vehicle. On Providence Boulevard, police observed Scott driving 55 mph in a 40 mph zone. When officers asked for his license, he told them it was possibly suspended due to child support, and he was not able to provide proof of car insurance. When police asked if there was anything illegal in the vehicle, he replied that he had marijuana in the car and handed over a package of “Dutch Leaf Wrappers”. A search of the vehicle also yielded 2 bags of cocaine, totaling 8.16 grams.
36-year-old Jeremy Aguirre was traveling 71 mph in a 55 mph zone on March 22 on Hwy 374, according to police. A traffic stop was conducted, and Aguirre admitted to not having a valid license to drive. He then consented to a search of his black Ford Ranger, during which 281 grams of marijuana, codeine pills, and a small amount of cocaine were discovered. He was transported to headquarters, where he admitted to selling the drugs during an interview.
19-year-old Christopher ‘Scotty’ Carter was jailed on multiple charges, including underage DUI, after a March 17 crash. Deputies say the teen was traveling at 55 mph in a 25 mph zone on Wiley Brown Road when he crashed his black 2016 Audi A7 into decorative boulders, causing property damage and extensive front-end damage to the vehicle, including airbag deployment. Carter then drove to his home, less than a mile away on Surrey Ridge Road, without reporting the collision. Deputies located Carter at his home, where he had trouble standing, walking, and was slurring his words. He smelled of alcohol and was visibly intoxicated. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to Tennova Sango ER for a blood draw before being transported to booking. He is free on a $4,000 cash bond.
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.