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.
23-year-old Soldier Shadamu Smith assaulted his girlfriend in the late evening on October 20th at her home on Tiny Town Road. Officers encountered Smith’s girlfriend, who told officers that Smith had punched her all over her body, including her face, and pushed her down a flight of stairs. When officers contacted Smith, he told them that he had only pushed her. Noting an injury to his girlfriend’s lip, Shadamu Smith was taken into custody and charged with domestic violence.
50-year-old Apryle Renee Miller was observed swerving between lanes on Tiny Town Rd. on October 21st. Officers initiated a traffic stop and observed Miller to be visibly intoxicated when they spoke to her. Miller consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and provided a breath sample that resulted in 0.138% BAC. Officers also found a half-empty bottle of vodka under Miller’s seat. She was then taken into custody for driving under the influence and an open container violation.
23-year-old Darien Brooks was jailed on July 22nd when police observed him speeding down Tiny Town. Police radar confirmed he was going 61 mph in a 45 mph zone. When officers made contact with Mr. Brooks, they smelled alcohol emitting from his body. He had watery eyes and slowed speech. He told the officer that he had “one four loco.” Police saw a white cup in the center console, which Mr. Books admitted to being alcohol. He consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and was taken to Tennova for a blood sample.
24-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Taja Murry was booked last week for assaulting her husband after she saw text messages to other women on his laptop. She took the laptop and went to her apartment on Tiny Town Road, where he arrived asking for his laptop back. Murry invites her husband in multiple times, and when he finally agrees to enter, she punches him in the face twice. This attack was caught on Murry’s Ring doorbell. The two tussles and make their way to the back o the living room, where the camera no longer captures them. Her husband, Justin Malcolm, makes his way upstairs and finally gets his laptop back. They make their way outside, where they are seen on camera fighting each other with closed fists.
27-year-old O’Shay Randall Coffee is charged with felony child abuse and resisting arrest after police say he assaulted his six-year-old niece on the property of Hazelwood Elementary School on December 6th. School security cameras captured him jerking the child to the ground and kicking her in the stomach as he walked her to the school. As officers were taking him into custody, Coffee began to pull away from officers and was taken to the ground by multiple officers.
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.
21-year-old Ruth Valdez was drinking with her friends all night at an apartment on Tiny Town Road when she decided she was going to drive home at 6:15 a.m. Sunday. Her friends called 911 when she attempted to leave in her vehicle while still extremely intoxicated. Officer arrived. As officers arrived and detained her, she hit Officer Malone and then began kicking the windows and partitions inside the patrol car. Due to her level of intoxication, she was transported to Sango ER where she managed to slip one of her handcuffs. There was a struggle in the hospital while attempting to get her hands cuffed behind her back for transport to jail, as she actively resisted all efforts.
Clarksville Police say that between July 1st and July 25, 29-year-old Sparkle Williams embezzled $5,282 from her employer, Walgreens on Tiny Town Road. Bryan Varns, from Walgreens loss prevention, advised she reloaded store gift cards on 28 separate occasions during that period but never paid for the money that was loaded on them. Shen then took the gift cards to spend or sell. Williams completed a written statement admitting to the scheme but believed it was only approximately $2,000.
26-year-old Chris Tucker is charged with the domestic assault of his pregnant wife, Monica Medina-Tucker. Police say the couple was in an argument on May 7th, and in an attempt to de-escalate the situation, Monica left for work driving a car registered to Chris, who followed her to her workplace. Once she parked and exited the vehicle, he ran into it with the vehicle he was driving. Video from the Smoke and Vape Plug shows he followed her inside and pushed her into a wall, then fled the scene. Officer Clifford Peterson called Chris, who met with him and wrote a statement before being taken into custody.
32-year-old Cederrick Hill is jailed on a $27,500 bond after he crashed his Dodge Caliber in front of the Speedway on Tiny Town Road just after 6 p.m. Wednesday. He admitted to drinking prior to driving and was extremely intoxicated according to officers. At the time of his arrest, he was out on bond for a pending DUI from November of 2021, and he was convicted of another DUI in May of 2021. His license has also been revoked since the first DUI conviction.
Health Inspectors gave the SOHO Chinese & Japanese Fusion restaurant a 51 during a Thursday morning inspection in North Clarksville. The routine inspection revealed roaches crawling on the walls, floors, and pipes, no handwashing (and no soap at the sink), raw animal products improperly stored (some at improper temperatures and loose in grocery bags), dishes not being washed or sanitized, and the staff wasn’t checking dates or temperatures of food products. The location has a history of low scores, receiving a 58 in March of 2021, and a 66 in July of 2020.
24-year-old Starr Kathleen Bryant is charged with domestic assault after police responded to Tiny Town Road, where they made contact with her husband, Jason Wisley, who explained his wife punched him in the face twice as he attempted to walk away from an argument and she attempted to block his movements. She is free on a $500 cash bond.