21-year-old John Farrell was seen driving between both lanes on Fort Campbell Boulevard late February 8th. After officers initiated a traffic stop, they smelt the odor of an intoxicating beverage as well as signs of intoxication. Farrell consented to Standardized Field sobriety tests but performed poorly. A search through Farrell’s car yielded a Glock 19 handgun. John Farrell was taken into custody and charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence and driving under the influence.
18-year-old Shanya Denay Harris was taken in custody on October 31st for an outstanding warrant regarding an assault that occurred at McDonald’s on October 26th. Harris was at work when she and two others approached her manager, Jahreise Martin, and she began pushing and hitting him. McDonald’s provided footage showing the incident. Then, when Harris was arrested on October 31st, a subsequent search yielded in officers finding a loaded Glock .40 caliber pistol in her front right pocket and a “nicotine vapor device.” Additionally, Harris was charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon and prohibited purchase of a tobacco product by a minor.
42-year-old Beverly Blanton was involved in a domestic disagreement with her boyfriend, Adam Dalton, at their house on Memorial Drive on October 25. Dalton advised deputies that while sitting on the couch in the living room, Blanton began yelling at him and became upset because he was ignoring her. Then he stated that Blanton snatched his iPhone out of his hand and walked outside before making an “angry face” and throwing it onto the pavement. Dalton recovered his damaged phone and left for Madison Street to use a telephone to contact deputies. Blanton was taken into custody for vandalism.
27-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Brandon Campbell was traveling southbound on Fort Campbell Blvd at 1 a.m. on May 1 with no visible tail lights. An officer conducted a traffic stop, during which Campbell reportedly reeked of alcohol. He had trouble standing and had slurred speech during the interaction. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was transported to booking, after a blood draw. Campbell has a prior conviction for DUI on Fort Campbell from February of 2021.
Deputies observed 24-year-old Fort Campbell Soldier Oliver Terry speeding on Hwy 374 just after 3 a.m. Saturday and conducted a traffic stop. During the interaction, Deputy LaBeause said Terry reeked of alcohol and had slurred speech. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and consented to a blood draw, which was conducted at Tennova Sango prior to booking.
46-year-old Patrick Long is charged with the assault of his son, Parick Long Jr. An arrest warrant alleges he strangled his son during an assault on January 8. Officers documented abrasions to his face and neck and swelling on the left side of his head. The victim gathered his belongings while officers were present and stated he would not be returning to the home.
Officers responded to a domestic call on Fleming Road Thursday afternoon after Crystal Diamond called 911 to report her cousin, 63-year-old Gerald Wayde Burrows, was drunk and yelling at his mother, Joan Jackson. The dispatcher reported hearing Mr. Burrows yelling during the call. His mother reported that their argument was only verbal, but Mr. Burrows did assault Ms. Diamond earlier. He had been allowing her to stay at the residence but now considered her unwelcome and hit her in the arm while she was cooking. He was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
Clarksville Police responded to a domestic disturbance Wednesday on E Street and spoke with 24-year-old Breanna Jeanette Crisp, who stated she was in an argument with her boyfriend, Caleb ‘CJ’ Pickney, and he had assaulted her. She advised she had slapped Pickney in the face to ‘get him out of her way,’ and in return, he pushed her out of the front door as she was walking by him. She admits she was never blocked in, and her movements were never restricted. She was deemed to be the primary aggressor and booked into custody for domestic assault.
Police say 23-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Dalton Wayne Henderson was in a Ford truck in the APSU McCord parking lot doing burnouts and spins. As officers approached Henderson, he reportedly reeked of alcohol and admitted to consuming eight alcoholic drinks that evening. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and later blew a 0.234% BAC on a breathalyzer. A judicial commissioner noted he had a prior DUI case dismissed when he set his bond at $2,500.
Clarksville Police say 25-year-old 5’2″ trucker Alexia Fason pepper sprayed her boyfriend, Curinzo Towns, through an open window of a semi-truck at the Budweiser location on Wilma Rudolph Blvd just before 2 a.m. Wednesday. Officers documented chemical spray residue on the driver’s side window and onto the passenger side seat of the truck.
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.
An arrest warrant states that 23-year-old Christopher Auston Lee White entered Lowe’s on Madison Street in April and rented a Husqvarna power pole pruner and a ‘Little Giant’ 16-foot ladder for a single day. When he did not return the items, the store emailed him, called him, and sent a certified letter. Despite all efforts to reach him, he never replied or returned the items, which had a retail value of $886.33. On July 12th, the store took out the warrant, and he was booked into custody on August 10th.
25-year-old Robert Hampton was jailed this week on an outstanding warrant charging him with domestic assault from June 8th. Police initially responded to Market Street and met with Hampton’s brother-in-law, Rocky Williams, who stated the two were in a physical altercation over a “family issue.” Hampton reportedly threw a soda can on the ground in his rage and kneed Mr. Williams in the bottom of his stomach before fleeing the scene on foot.
20-year-old Fort Campbell soldier Gupton Vogt was racing another vehicle on Fort Campbell Blvd as they passed by a THP Trooper traveling the opposite direction. The cars were initially clocked at 90 mph in a 45 mph zone, and slowed to 77 mph as the rear radar picked up his vehicle. A traffic stop was made at Senator Drive and Vogt was taken into custody for reckless driving.
Clarksville business owner Andrew Huy Nguyen, 54, today pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to a single count of tax evasion, announced U.S. Attorney Mark Wildasin for the Middle District of Tennessee. As the owner of Call it Pho restaurant, and Venus Nails Spa, both located in Clarksville, he admitted responsibility for a tax loss of more than $428,000.
Clarksville Police report a 16-year-old female was found shot inside a vehicle on Raintree Drive at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday. She was a backseat passenger, and other passengers told police a person in a red car with black rims shot at them. She was life-flighted to Vanderbilt, and her status is unknown at this time.
46-year-old Steven Tran is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Ngoc Pham, who told police the couple had an argument that became physical when he held her against their refrigerator by her throat. She says he repeatedly assaulted her until she fell to the floor.
After nearly a 7-year wait, 28-year-old Marquis Moultrie is in the Montgomery County Jail, charged with the 2015 aggravated robbery of Sam’s Discount Tobacco. Police say he forced his way inside while carrying a pistol, injuring the store owner. He threw the register to the ground when he couldn’t get the cables free to flee with it. After fleeing to South Carolina in 2015, he faced new charges and a prison sentence there for pointing and presenting a firearm, petit larceny, assault and battery 1st degree, burglary 1st degree, burglary 2nd degree, grand larceny, probation violation, failure to stop for blue lights and fleeing to evade arrest. He was eventually arrested in South Carolina in September of 2018 on all of those warrants.
On March 1st, at approximately 11:54 pm, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a shooting in progress call at Walmart, 1680 Ft. Campbell Blvd. At 12:11 am, officers located the suspect, 42-year-old Christopher Clark (white male), coming out of the woods behind Planet Fitness, 1600 Ft. Campbell Blvd. Clark was taken into custody without incident. The victim has been identified as 55-year-old William Eakes Jr. (white male). At this time there is no known connection between Clark and Eakes.
Clarksville, Tennessee auto dealer Andrew Oliver was charged today with bank fraud, resulting from a fraudulent scheme in which he obtained loans from several credit unions for the same vehicles, announced U.S. Attorney Mark H. Wildasin for the Middle District of Tennessee.