Bobby Kane charged in assault of wife with vodka bottle when confronted about his drinking problem

37-year-old Robert “Bobby” Kane is charged with assaulting his wife, Tracy Fitzgerald Kane, with a bottle of vodka after she confronted him about his drinking problem. Police responded to Mulberry Place on May 24th, where the victim stated her husband hit her in the back of the head with a plastic pint-sized vodka bottle during an argument about his alcohol usage. Officers spoke with Mr. Kane, who they noted was “highly intoxicated” but denied any allegations of assaulting his wife.

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Jonathan Love, of 5th Special Forces Group, charged with DUI; admits to drinking vodka before driving

32-year-old Jonathan Love, of the 5th Special Forces Group, 3rd Battalion, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail just before 1 a.m. Wednesday after CPD Officer David Hauser noticed Love’s Jetta swerving between lanes on Fort Campbell Blvd. During a traffic stop, Love was found to have lethargic speech, glossy watery eyes, and the smell of alcohol coming from his breath. He admitted to drinking “4-5 shots of vodka” prior to driving. After performing poorly on field sobriety tests he was transported to booking.

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Coral Heazlit assaults her boyfriend after he pours her vodka down the drain

Ronnie Gregory says his girlfriend, 29-year-old Coral Heazlit, punched him when he took her liquor away. He says she drank almost a half-bottle of vodka before he began to pour it down the drain of the sink and she assaulted him. Officers documented bruises on the victim.

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“I’m an alcoholic and I’ve been drinking all day”, says driver after crash — Angie Harris

When Clarksville Police responded to a crash at Daniel St & Richardson St, they say 57-year-old Angela Ruth Morrison Harris told them “I’m an alcoholic and I’ve been drinking all day”. She admitted to drinking vodka before the accident, and police located two bottles of Smirnoff Vodka in the vehicle. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody.

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