Kathy Clinard steals from Walmart on Fort Campbell Boulevard

56-year-old Kathy Clinard was caught not ringing up her item at the Walmart on Fort Campbell Boulevard on September 11th, 2023. Clinard was observed walking into the store, picking up an item, and making her way to the self-checkout line, where she scanned the item but did not pay for it. Clinard failed to pay $43.39 and was charged with shoplifting on March 26th, 2024.

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Grace Bowles smashes glass bottle on coworker’s head during argument at Wendy’s

21-year-old Grace Bowles was involved in a fight inside the Wendy’s on Fort Campbell Boulevard with her coworkers, Cheryl Cook and Arissa Skezas, on March 22nd. Officers arrived at the mentioned location and made contact with Bowles, who was being held at the back exit inside Wendy’s and smelled like alcohol. Bowles told officers that she was getting ready to work when she heard some people talking about her. This allegedly led to her getting upset and arguing with her coworkers. While speaking to Bowles, officers observed a large bump that was bleeding on Cook’s head. When asked about the bump on Cook’s head, Bowles said she couldn’t recall. Officers shortly contacted Cook, who stated that Bowles and Skezas were in an argument. A manager took Skezas to the back of the store to remedy the situation, but Bowles was behind them, trying to jump across a counter to get to Skezas. That was when Cook announced that she was going to call 911. Hearing this, Bowles grabbed a brown bag that contained a glass alcohol bottle and hit Cook in the forehead. Law enforcement later received video footage of Bowles arguing with coworkers in the back of the restaurant. Bowles was also seen grabbing Skezas’s wallet while she was grabbing her belongings. Grace Bowles was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault, public intoxication, and theft.

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Ronnie McGee drives Ford Taurus with no lights on, caught with 1 gram of marijuana

21-year-old Ronnie McGee was spotted in a white Ford Taurus with no lights on at Dover Road on March 20th. Officers made contact and noticed a strong odor of marijuana as they approached McGee. They conducted a probable cause search of McGee and located a handgun in his pocket along with around 1 gram of marijuana in his other pocket. A NCIC check of McGee’s handgun revealed that it was stolen from Nashville, Tennessee. Ronnie McGee was taken into custody and charged with possession or casual exchange, theft, and drugs.

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Tylea Martin caught stealing $16 worth of merchandise at Walmart

23-year-old Tylea Martin was caught shoplifting at the Walmart on Fort Campbell Boulevard on December 29th, 2023. Walmart employees observed Martin hiding merchandise in her purse. The value of the items amounted to $16. Before shoplifting at this location, Martin had been banned from all Walmart stores in the United States on March 30th, 2023. Tylea Martin was taken into custody and charged with theft.

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Mike Santiago booked on 2023 warrant for stealing woman’s gun

27-year-old Mike Santiago was booked on an outstanding warrant from March 27th, 2023, when he stole a .38 Smith and Wesson. On March 7th, 2023, Ann Hibler allowed Santiago to use her vehicle while she was away at rehab. Santiago told Hibler that he took her gun out of the car and put it in her storage unit. Hibler looked but didn’t find her gun in her vehicle or the storage unit. She was later notified that the firearm had been pawned on March 14th, 2023, at Cowboy Dan’s Trading Post & Pawn on Dover Road. Hibler’s gun was valued at $2,500.

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Justin Garner forges a check for $1975

22-year-old Justin Deron Garner-Hernandez was taken into custody for two counts of embezzlement and out-of-county warrants on January 26th. On January 25th, Katie Martin, an employee of First Horizon Bank, spoke with officers, advising them that Garner-Hernandez accessed a check belonging to a customer, Jason Feltner, and forged the check for $1975 without his consent on November 1st. Before being terminated from First Horizon Bank, he sent a handwritten letter admitting that he withdrew funds from Feltner’s account twice and knew his actions were wrong.

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Convicted Felon Oshae Stewart attempts to hit-and-run, caught with stolen gun

23-year-old Oshae Stewart was jailed on November 28th after police pulled him over for a hit-and-run on Airport Road. Stewart admitted to being involved in the accident, and his tags matched the tags of the vehicle at fault. When officers asked Stewart to step out of the car, he began reaching into his pocket, admitting to having a gun in his jacket and being a felon. After running his name through NCIC, it was discovered that the gun was reported stolen out of Murfreesboro. Stewart was then placed into custody and transported to booking.

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Taylor Greenwell caught with stolen vehicle

19-year-old Taylor Renee Greenwell was stopped out in Logan County, KY, in sole possession of Jaden Wilson’s stolen Honda Civic on the afternoon of November 16th. Wilson talked to officers and advised them he parked his car in his driveway at Crabapple Court on the night of November 15th. Still, when he woke up, it was missing, so they entered it into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) as stolen. The NCIC advised officers that the vehicle was found when Greenwell had been arrested regarding an outstanding warrant. A warrant was issued for Greenwell, and she was taken into custody for the theft of a motor vehicle on November 21st.

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Baha Abuhadba steals tools worth over $2,500 from Lowe’s

34-year-old Baha Abuhadba was at Lowe’s on Lowes Drive. Abuhadba’s accomplice, Bubacarr Camara, entered the Lowe’s, placed 10 DeWalt impact drills into a car, and swiftly exited. Camara and Abuhadba were seen entering and leaving the store together, fleeing in a grey four-door vehicle, most assumed to be a Honda. The items stolen were valued at $2800. Abuhadba was taken into custody and charged with theft.

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Tatyana Allen jailed for yet another fraud scheme in Clarksville

28-year-old Tatyana Allen told police she didn’t have enough money in her bank account when she met William Babcock to purchase a set of wedding rings in the parking lot of Crunch Fitness on August 30. He has advertised the rings on Facebook Marketplace, and Allen responded to the listing. She offered to pay him via CashApp, and the transaction was ‘pending’ in the parking lot when they completed the transaction. Sometime later, the transaction was returned and did not complete. Babock filed a report with the police, who contacted Allen for a formal interview. She stated she took the rings to Cash America Pawn the following day, where she received $150 for them. She told detectives she has had enough money to buy them back and return them but has spent it on other purchases instead.

A warrant was issued for her arrest, and she was taken into custody on September 19, charged with felony theft. Allen has a long history of fraud and worthless check-related arrests in the past. Tatyana Allen is the daughter of current City Council member Wanda Allen and Former City Council member and local pastor David Allen.

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Tiffany Timko took money, didn’t provide puppy; jailed, banned from AKC

23-year-old Tiffany Timko was jailed on June 30 and charged with theft after she agreed to sell a Cane Corso puppy to a person but never provided the puppy, despite taking the money. The victim provided police with a copy of the signed contract between the parties and receipts showing payments to Timko for $3,274 via CashApp and Zelle. When initially contacted by police, Timko stated she could not locate any documents for the victim and was dumbfounded by the accusation.

In addition to criminal charges, Timko has been suspended from the American Kennel Club (AKC) for ten years, and a $2,000 fine was imposed for violation of their inappropriate treatment of animals policy. In 2021, Timko was additionally charged with cruelty to animals. She continues to post ads on social media advertising her “full-time doggy boarding/doggy daycare” from her home in Clarksville.

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Natalia Head charged with theft of phone from her boyfriend’s baby mama

22-year-old Natalia Head is charged with the theft of her boyfriend’s baby mama’s cell phone. Joydan Wilson reported to police that the father of her children, Jactavious Parker, had her cell phone, and when she went to retrieve it, she was told his girlfriend, Natalie Head, had taken the phone from him. Natalie reportedly stated the phone was broken, and she discarded it in a nearby wooded area.

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Jordyn Siclovan drunk & disorderly at Mr. Billy’s Bar with a stolen handgun

Police responded to Mr. Billy’s Bar & Grill just before 2 a.m. Monday for a reported fight. They arrived to find 22-year-old Jordyn Siclovan standing in front of the bar while swaying and slurring her words. She began to shout profanities at responding officers, who then took her into custody for public intoxication. A search of her person produced a handgun, which was reported stolen out of Hendersonville.

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Kimberly Frazier jailed after illegally evicting roommate, putting property in dumpster

26-year-old Kimberly Frazier was jailed this week after illegally evicting her roommate, Charm Tucker, and throwing all of her things in the dumpster of the apartment complex. Charm says she unexpectedly received a text on February 4 from Frazier, stating she was evicted and all of her property was placed in the dumpster. Charm was able to recover some clothing, but most of her things, including a television and toiletries, were not recoverable. Frazier was charged with felony theft and is free on a $2,500 bond.

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Boosters Busted: Jamaya Bailey, Shanning Bell Adkins, Taurice Coleman, & Selena Coleman

25-year-old Jamaya Bailey, 22-year-old Shanning Bell Adkins, 26-year-old Taurice Coleman, and 26-year-old Selena Coleman were part of a “booster crew” that was caught at Rainbow Clothing on Fort Campbell Blvd on February 11. Store employee Paige Davidson alerted police when they noticed the crew taking items from the hanging racks and throwing the hangers under the rack to hide them. Officers arrived as they were fleeing to their Chrysler Pacifica and took them into custody. $592.32 in clothing was recovered. Inside the van was also a jar of marijuana.

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