19-year-old Ayesha Clayborn was jailed on August 26th after dumping rubbing alcohol on her boyfriend’s head on Ryder Avenue. Roshaun Anderson told police that he and Ms. Clayborn had argued throughout the day, and after being doused in rubbing alcohol, Ms. Clayborn threw a coffee cup at him. Officers observed the rubbing alcohol on his shirt, and Ms. Clayborn was deemed the primary aggressor.
25-year-old Tyja Snipe was after becoming angry at people and refusing to get a ride home from Waffle House on Ft. Campbell Blvd. On Mar 4th, a security guard from the waffle house reported a “highly intoxicated female, yelling at people” in the establishment. When officers arrived, Snipe was acting very agitated, and they could smell alcohol on her. She could not arrange a ride home and insisted on walking. Because Snipe was in a public place, being unreasonably annoying and determined to take an unsafe walk home, she was placed into custody. En route to booking, Snipe stated, ” I’m not even drunk; I just smoked weed.”
Clarksville Police responded to the Waffle House near Exit 11 and met with employee Elisa Smith, who advised that 39-year-old Seneca Christine Teel was causing a disturbance at the restaurant and refused to leave. By the time officers arrived, Teel was sitting in his vehicle, which was parked at the nearby hotel. He was reportedly extremely intoxicated, and when officers checked with hotel staff, they also wanted him off the property. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
With 5 pounds of food embargoed, and some violations issued for the 8th consecutive time, Waffle House on Riverside Drive received a score of 62 on a routine health inspection Wednesday. This is the lowest score ever for this location, which once received an 88 in October of 2021 as the prior lowest score. Employees will be forced to wash dishes by hand until the dishwasher is repaired, as it was not properly heating, and stop placing their phones on the cutting boards where food is prepared, another multiple other remedies before the follow-up inspection within a few days.
-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Albert Michael Cook says he was drinking at the Electric Cowboy Friday night before driving to the Waffle House a few hundred yards away and crashing his black truck into a white car parked in the parking lot. Officers arrived while Cook was inside the restaurant, as he says he was attempting to find the owner of the white vehicle. Cook was transported to Sango ER for a blood draw and charged with DUI.
Clarksville police responded to a suspicious activity call on August 9th near the Waffle House parking lot in downtown Clarksville. Officers arrived to find several people, a car, and a U-Haul truck. 33-year-old Robert Griffith, along with 36-year-old Heather Ramey, were both placing bags into a Hyundai sedan with plates that belonged to a Texas truck. The driver of the Hyundai, 36-year-old Bobbi Nicholson, and her passenger, 31-year-old Megan Garcia, were unable to explain the improper registration. In plain view, officers say they found cocaine in a small bag inside the car. An in-depth search revealed Fentanyl, heroin, a meth pipe, marijuana, and four snort straws.
On July 23rd at 3:03 a.m., the Waffle House at 1683 Fort Campbell Blvd was temporarily shut down by officials for being a fire hazard. 26-year-old Sydney Morris refused to leave the restaurant and insisted on arguing with police orders and their authority. As she was placed into custody for disorderly conduct, she refused to walk, forcing officers to drag her to the patrol vehicle. She then resisted being placed inside the patrol car and required multiple officers to place her inside.
20-year-old Selwyn-Lee Thompson told police his roommate, Marquis Jackson, assaulted him in the Waffle House parking lot when he refused to immediately take him home. As police investigated and arrested Jackson, they noticed that Thompson seemed extremely intoxicated, noting he was only 20-year-old. They also arrested Thompson, charging him with underage drinking. He admitted to drinking “4-5 beers”.
25-year-old soldier Marquis Jackson is charged with the felony aggravated domestic assault of his roommate, Selwyn-Lee Thompson after police responded to the Waffle House on Ft. Campbell Blvd earlier this month. The roommate says they were both sitting in a vehicle and Jackson asked him to take him home, however, the roommate denied the immediate request. Jackson then reportedly wrapped his arm around the 20-year-old’s throat, assaulting him. Officers noted several injuries consistent with an assault. The roommate was also arrested for underage drinking.
At 2:55 am, The Clarksville Police Department received several calls about a shooting that occurred at the Waffle House, 1683 Ft. Campbell Blvd. When officers arrived on the scene, they located one individual with 2 gunshot wounds and he was life-flighted to Nashville. The victim appears to have been inside a car when shot, which then crashed. Witnesses report hearing at least twenty shots.
Two other people drove themselves or were dropped off at Tennova Hospital and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH). They stated that they were at the Waffle House when the shooting occurred and their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening. The status of the individual that was life-flighted is unknown at this time.