23-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Marquan Tabron was found asleep behind the wheel of his Ford F-150 just after 1 a.m. near Tiny Town Road and Green Acres Drive. As the officer approached he was able to remove the keys from the running vehicle before waking up the sleeping soldier. Inside the truck was an open Bud light in the center console area. Tabron admitted to drinking prior to driving and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He blew a 0.106% BAC on a breathalyzer.
23-year-old DeAnthonee Simmons was booked into the Montgomery County Jail after officers found him crashed in a culvert near Ft Campbell Blvd & Collier Road just before midnight on New Year’s Eve. The vehicle was wrecked with Simmons in the driver’s seat, approximately a half-mile off the roadway.
Clarksville Police Officer Benjamin Tribbett asked him how he ended up in this predicament, and Simmons was unsure how he got there. The officer suspected Simmons of driving under the influence, and he was transported to booking to be charged, after a stop at Tennova Sango for a blood draw. Simmons is free on a $2,500 bond.
20-year-old Lahajsia Unique Amos is free on a $5,000 bond after Clarksville Police say she got into a food fight with a female acquaintance of her child’s father, who was bringing a car seat to her house on Christmas Eve. She allegedly punched her in the head, pulled her hair, and assaulted her with a fountain drink and bag of food from Wendy’s, which she took from the victim’s car. The victim threw a yogurt cup back at Amos.
Since both parties were involved in the fight, and neither pressed charges, Officer JT Knoblock charged Lahajsia Amos with felony burglary of a motor vehicle, stating she took the bag of Wendy’s food used during the assault from the victim’s vehicle without permission.