38-year-old Michael Moultrie, the face of club N’QUIRE, was jailed early Saturday morning after crashing his vehicle near Ft. Campbell Blvd & Lafayette Rd. Officers arrived and noted he reeked of alcohol, and Moultrie stated he was drinking alcohol at the troubled Electric Cowboy prior to driving. He told police he was contacting his lawyer and would not answer further questions. When read the implied consent law, Moultrie closed his eyes and refused to answer. 13.58 grams of marijuana was located in the vehicle, and he was driving on a suspended license and was unable to provide proof of insurance.
27-year-old William Henry Judkins & 27-year-old Tamesha Lashea Peterson were both arrested for their roles in a domestic assault on one late Tuesday night. Police say Tamesha called to report she had been assaulted by her ex-boyfriend, Judkins, who had pushed her three times in an argument while he was visiting their children at her residence. It would turn out that she also assaulted him by kicking him in the buttocks and causing him to fall off her porch. She was charged with domestic assault, and he was charged with aggravated domestic assault and violating his bond conditions from a prior arrest.
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.
Janiecia Montgomery told police she woke up on the morning of September 1st as she felt something on her face, which was a knife placed flat on her cheek. She observed her brother, 20-year-old Lloyd Montgomery, standing in her room. She pretended to remain asleep and waited for him to leave her room. Once he left the bedroom, she woke up her sister, Imarnee, who called 911. Officers arrived at the home and collected the knife as evidence, and took Lloyd into custody for aggravated domestic assault and violating his bond conditions from another case. Lloyd told police he never had a knife and would never hurt his sisters.
Clarksville Police responded to a domestic call at the Minit Mart on Peachers Mill Road on May 24th, and upon arrival observed 20-year-old Kirk Galbreath yelling at Madison Llewellyn, his girlfriend who is eight months pregnant. The argument was reportedly over a text message conversation she had with another male. Witnesses report he grabbed her by the arms and pushed her backward toward the vehicle repeatedly and eventually put her inside the vehicle before retrieving a handgun from the back of the vehicle and holding it by his groin. Officers did locate a .38 revolver in the vehicle, and Galbreath’s mother told police that he did place it in the vehicle and it was his gun.
Qkarika Cochran (who has multiple prior violent domestic assault cases in which she is the assailant, and is currently on bond in one of those cases again an ex-lover) called police to report her new boyfriend, 24-year-old Jerry Ray Allen, poked her in the eye and told her to “stop talking”. Police arrived and interviewed Allen, who is also out on bond for a prior case, and he admitted he threw a dirty diaper and t-shirt at Cochran as they were arguing about relationship issues. Allen was deemed the primary aggressor and charged with domestic assault, violating his bond conditions, and resisting arrest when he “tensed up” in an attempt to not be cuffed.