30-year-old Taylor Ray was booked on February 9th for assaulting his father on Excell Road. Police were met by Taylor’s parents, Jerry Ray and Mrs. Ray, who alleged an assault occurred between Jerry and their son Taylor. According to Mr. and Mrs. Ray. they received a text message from Taylor stating that he locked himself in the bathroom with a handgun and wanted to kill himself. Officers attempted to contact Taylor, fearing for his safety, but Taylor had put a dresser against his door, barricading himself inside. Further investigation discovered that an argument between the father and son occurred, which turned physical. Taylor slammed a door during the argument, breaking the handle and creating a hole in the door. Taylor then confronted his father with a “bearhug” and shoved him to the couch. Taylor refused to open the door for officers, and negotiation took place for approximately a half hour before Taylor was taken into custody for assault.
45-year-old Brandy Bauer had an altercation with her roommate, Bardomlano Sixto, at their residence on Power Street in the early hours of February 8th. When officers arrived, they spoke with Sixto, who advised that he and Bauer had argued. He explained that during the argument, Bauer went into the kitchen and grabbed a knife before stepping toward him. Then, Bauer dropped the knife and pushed him onto the ground. Bauer was deemed the primary aggressor and taken into custody for aggravated domestic assault.
29-year-old Andrew Nevin Lewis negligently discharged his 9mm handgun in his residence on Tylertown Road late February 8th. When officers arrived, Lewis admitted to accidentally firing his gun. The bullet went through his clock, bedroom wall, kitchen door, and kitchen wall before stopping in the side wall of his neighbor’s house. Lewis’ neighbors, Patricia and Earl Babcock, told officers they had no injuries and their house had no damage. Lewis was taken into custody for two counts of reckless endangerment.
45-year-old Jeffrey Waller was jailed on February 7th after officers observed him parked on the right shoulder of I-24. When officers arrived, they noticed the driver and passenger slumped over sleeping. Officers knocked and banged on the window to wake them, but neither of them would wake up. Officers called for another unit and an ambulance and finally got into the vehicle. The passenger woke up once the police got inside the vehicle. Officers had to administer Narcan and sternum rubs until the driver finally awoke. Waller was identified as the driver. Waller was slurring his speech and seemed very incoherent. Waller nearly fell out of the vehicle while exiting and could not hold himself up. Waller was drooling as officers helped him walk to the patrol vehicle. Waller was taken into custody and was transported to Tennova for a suspected overdose. Waller was charged with DUI on February 7th.
40-year-old Christopher Duggins was jailed on February 7th after stealing from Wolff Auto Sales on Providence Boulevard. The complainant stated that Duggins took the third-row seat out of a vehicle they had repossessed from him. The complainant explained she allowed Duggins to get his property out of the car. She said Duggins was upset and believed they lied about him not making payments. Duggins then attempted to remove the seats from the vehicle. Duggins only managed to take out the third-row seats before she called 911. The seats were estimated to cost $2,000 to be replaced.
32-year-old John Simmons was involved in multiple offenses from February 5th to the 6th. Law enforcement received information that two dogs were being abused at Simmons’s residence on Donna Drive. One of the two dogs he owns, a husky mixed breed named Bandida, sustained tremendous injuries, causing the dog to be unresponsive but still conscious. Another one of the dogs he owns is a pit bull named Hercules, which was said to have been hit in the head with a shovel by the owner, causing swelling, bruising, and bleeding.
Officers made contact with Debra Sterback, who lived next door to Simmons; she stated that she looked outside her bedroom window and saw Simmons dragging the husky out of the house on a leash and that the dog looked lifeless. Sterback also mentioned that Simmons attached the leash to a lead and left the dog out. She then advised that she visually witnessed Simmons go towards the back of the house, retrieve a spaded shovel, walk towards the edge of the property where the pit bull was leashed, and hit it on the top of its head…
28-year-old Chance Decker was jailed on the night of December 31st, 2023, for driving recklessly on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard and 101st Airborne Division. Officers pulled over a silver Dodge Ram pickup truck for driving without lights on. Officers could smell alcohol coming from the vehicle as they approached it. Decker consented to perform field sobriety tests, which he did poorly on. In Decker’s car, officers found a cigarette with a green leafy substance inside. The substance field tested positive for THC/Marijuana. Decker was then read implied consent and refused to provide a blood sample. A search warrant was secured, and officers acquired a blood sample from Decker. Decker was placed into custody and charged with DUI.
24-year-old Maryah Jones was seen leaving her two-year-old child in her car unattended at the Fort Campbell Boulevard Walmart on December 29th, 2023. Officers arrived to find that the vehicle was unlocked with the vehicle still running. While officers were trying to find the car’s owner, Jones walked up and claimed it. Jones told officers she went in with a friend who needed to use the bathroom. Jones stated that she made small purchases while her friend was in the restroom. Jones said she hadn’t been gone for more than 5 minutes. Walmart provided video evidence of Jones arriving at 2:22 p.m., exiting her car by herself at 2:24 p.m., and returning to her vehicle at 2:37 p.m. Maryah Jones was taken into custody and charged with child abuse and neglect.
23-year-old Tylea Martin was caught shoplifting at the Walmart on Fort Campbell Boulevard on December 29th, 2023. Walmart employees observed Martin hiding merchandise in her purse. The value of the items amounted to $16. Before shoplifting at this location, Martin had been banned from all Walmart stores in the United States on March 30th, 2023. Tylea Martin was taken into custody and charged with theft.
24-year-old Diontre Franklin was involved in a head-on collision at the intersection of Needmore Road and Pin Oak Road on December 28th, 2023. An officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Franklin because his tail lights were not functioning. Franklin fled the stop at a high rate of speed but swerved out of his lane and hit a motorist head-on. 15.8 grams of Fentanyl were found on his person, along with $440 in cash. Franklin also had a pill bottle with the prescription torn off that contained oxycodone pills and Adderall substitute pills. Diontre Franklin was taken into custody and charged with evading arrest, possession without prescription, due care, suspended license, light law, and two counts of Schedule II drugs.
22-year-old Bradley Huff was involved in a car crash at the intersection of Madison Street and Richview Road on December 29th, 2023. Huff was driving and rear-ended a vehicle at the intersection. When officers made contact with him, Huff had trouble explaining the accident and finding his registration. While the interview was underway, officers could smell the odor of alcohol on his breath. Huff stated that he was heading home from ONeal’s Bar and Grill, where he consumed two “Jack and Cokes.” Huff was then asked to perform some field sobriety tests, which he executed poorly. Bradley Huff was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence and due care.
22-year-old Grace Standridge assaulted her boyfriend, Levar B., and destroyed his phone at their home on Fairview Lane on December 31st, 2023. Levar told police that he and Grace had gotten into an altercation when she pushed him, causing him to fall backward. Then, while upstairs, Standridge threw his Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 against a wall, damaging the screen. Levar stated he bought the phone for $2,013. Levar added that while he was lying on the couch, Grace came downstairs and began hitting him. Levar showed officers video footage of the incident. According to Levar, the two went upstairs, and she started hitting him again. Standridge was taken into custody and charged with two counts of domestic assault.
43-year-old Eric Gonzalez was involved in a domestic altercation with his girlfriend, Allison Hansen, at their Sikorsky Lane residence on July 14th, 2023. When officers arrived, they made contact with Hansen, who told them that Gonzalez had an alcohol problem and was drinking that night. Hansen was on the phone speaking with her manager when, for an unknown reason, Gonzalez slapped her in the face with a plate of potato salad. Officers observed potato salad in her hair as well as on her clothing. Gonzalez then followed Hansen around the home, yelling in her face. Gonzalez left the house before officers arrived. Officers later attempted to contact Gonzalez with no success. Officers determined Gonzalez to be the primary aggressor and secured a warrant for his arrest. Eric Gonzalez was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
33-year-old Chasity Jones was involved in a domestic altercation with her boyfriend, Lawrence McClung, at the apartment on Peacher’s Mill Road on December 27th, 2023. The dispute began with a verbal argument between Jones and McClung. The argument became heated as Jones started punching McClung in the mouth several times. The punches left multiple abrasions on McClung’s lips. McClung was then able to separate himself from her and call 911. Officers later discovered that Jones has an active COR with McClung listed as a protected party. Chasity Jones was taken into custody and charged with aggravated domestic assault.
38-year-old Andrew Folk was involved in a domestic altercation with his wife, Michele Shatka, at Lafayette Point Circle on December 17th, 2023. The conflict began when the couple was drinking, and Shatka accused Folk of liking underage girls, which caused him to become angry. Folk then lunged for Shatka’s throat, and she fought him off. The couple continued to argue when Folk’s dog bit her. Folk then choked and shoved Shatka against the footboard of the bed. When Shatka got thrown against the bed, she could not breathe and believed her ribs to be broken. Folk then called 911, stated that he thought that Shatka’s ribs were broken, and then fled in his vehicle. Folk was taken into custody and charged with aggravated domestic assault.
36-year-old Quinton Gamble was involved in a car crash with Shevorn Brown at Peachers Mill Road on December 25th, 2023. Brown told law enforcement that they saw a black male running out of the truck and into one of the apartments. The vehicle at fault was registered to Quinton Gamble, who matched the description. When officers attempted to contact Gamble, he stated that his sister was driving his truck, and he was not there. Gamble continued the conversation and noted that his sister would not talk to the police because she was “too scared of all the police surrounding the vehicle.” Gamble then hung up the phone. Quinton Gamble was taken into custody and charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
34-year-old Kristopher Clements was involved in a domestic altercation with his wife, Michelle Clements, at their Misty Way residence on December 28th, 2023. Michelle told law enforcement that she was in the closet packing a bag to leave when Kristopher stood in the doorway and prevented her from leaving. Michelle felt as though she was incapable of moving him out of her path. When Michelle called law enforcement, the caller could hear Kristopher shouting and cursing at Michelle as he allowed her to leave the closet. Kristopher Clements was taken into custody and charged with false imprisonment.
22-year-old Dixie Cheyenne Lyons had a domestic dispute with her boyfriend, Justen Mondragon, at their Chapel Street apartment on February 8th. Officers arrived and spoke with Mondragon, who stated that Lyons started screaming at him over relationship issues, and when he tried to unplug his Wi-Fi router, she started punching him in the face and slapped him on his back. Officers asked Lyons about the incident, and she provided inconsistent statements but admitted to pushing, punching, and slapping Mondragon. Lyons was taken into custody for domestic assault.
24-year-old Bryland Lee Hoffman charged his father-in-law’s Discover card without permission on November 10th and 12th. Justin Hood of the Bushnell Illinois Police Department alerted the Clarksville Police Department that Michael Baker contacted him regarding fraudulent transactions. He stated his Discover card was used to make two payments to Byers & Harvey, totaling $3,322.02. He advised them that when he spoke with Byers & Harvey, they told him the payments were made by his son-in-law, Hoffman. Mr. Baker explained that he had given his daughter, Kylie Baker, a Discover card on his account in case of emergencies. Kylie advised that she and Hoffman had been separated since September and that she never granted him access or authorization to use her card. Penny Parkes, the office manager of Byers & Harvey, provided officers with a copy of Hoffman’s tenant ledger, which showed the payments correlating with the unauthorized purchases. Hoffman was taken into custody for the fraudulent use of a credit/ ATM card on February 8th.
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.