Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Beck says he immediately noticed how badly 29-year-old Dre’von Davis’ hands were shaking as he conducted a traffic stop on his vehicle Wednesday night. A search of the white Buick would eventually reveal a backpack containing over a pound of marijuana, vape pens, and a handgun. Dre’von Davis is free on a $20,000 bond.
In recent years, there’s been a push for individuals to call 911 if they are in a situation with police that makes them uncomfortable – to get more eyeballs present on the situation. Clarksville Police Officer Joshua Billotte charged a man with making a “non-emergency” 911 call when he did just that, despite documenting the man was calling 911 “for help”.
He jailed the man, who received no other charges, and a commissioner gave him a $1,000 bond.
32-year-old Luisa Maria Carrillo is charged with harassment after Erica L. Anderson says she advised Ms. Carrillo to stop contacting her, but the calls and texts continued, including calls to Ms. Anderson’s place of employment. She is free on a $250 cash bond.
22-year-old Amarus Labeee is charged with felony aggravated domestic assault after his wife, Tyvonecha Jackson, says she had to smash him with a vase in order to escape as he strangled her during an argument about how he wasn’t properly watching their youngest child. He is free on a $2,500 bond.
27-year-old Trachel Stevenson was booked into the Montgomery County Jail this week on an outstanding warrant alleging she broke into a South Riverside Drive laundromat with a co-defendant and took $300 from a coin machine. Police say the incident was captured on video.
She is charged with felony burglary.
25-year-old Jazmine Jackson was charged with domestic assault after police say she tossed her roommate’s belongings to the ground and texted her in an attempt to provoke her to return to the residence to physically harm her.
The victim, Kayla Vanzant, says she was in fear due to the threats.
19-year-old Christopher Kody Clark faces a variety of charges after police say he shot up his girlfriend’s vehicle which he had taken without permission after she called him multiple times to return it on January 10, and when he did the two got into an argument.
Chelsie Roake says she was standing near the vehicle when he fired from the front porch, placing her in fear for her life.
In October of 2021, New Providence Middle School SRO Dwayne James contacted Vanessa Blanchard to inquire why her 12-year-old son was not at school, he was informed the child had died as the result of a seizure two days prior. The school announced the child’s death and had a fundraiser to pay for funeral expenses, which Blanchard said would be at Sykes Funeral Home. When the school contacted the funeral home to donate the money, they had no record of the family or any arrangements.
The school reached out to Blanchard again, and she explained the child’s body was at Tennova, awaiting an autopsy. Two weeks later, the child’s school-issued laptop was realized to be active at the Vacation Motor Motel.
Deputies responded to the location and found the boy in the room, but otherwise alive and well. Vanessa Blanchard admitted to leaving the child there alone and checking on him every other day, or so. Blanchard is charged with contributing to the delinquency of a child, and fraud – false impression of death. She remains jailed on a $5,000 bond.
24-year-old Jamey Tingen is charged with harassment after Elizabeth Crockett filed a harassment complaint. An arrest warrant alleges Tingen was notified to stop contacting Crockett, yet she continued to send threatening and annoying text messages.
21-year-old Ern’Drinque Walker was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on January 6th, charged with domestic assault. Court records allege she bit her husband, Treyvon Johnson, in a struggle over a phone.
In 20202, Trevyon was also charged with domestic assault after Ern’Drinque reported to police he “bear-hugged” her too tightly in another fight over a phone.
Joshua Wikholm has announced his candidacy for the District 16 County Commissioner seat in Montgomery County. You may know him as the man who police say intentionally defecated in the back of a Clarksville Police cruiser out of spite and then told the officer he “had something for them” and urinated in the direction of the cop and his partner, soaking the patrol car, then tried to smear his poop. You may also know him as the man who attempted to get a restraining order against Scoop: Clarksville founder Jason Steen, swearing in open court he was “afraid for his life” after the news covered his arrest for public intoxication and attempted feces smearing. He also sought a criminal warrant for harassment against Joshua Janes, who he claimed was “annoying him on Facebook”.
24-year-old Starr Kathleen Bryant is charged with domestic assault after police responded to Tiny Town Road, where they made contact with her husband, Jason Wisley, who explained his wife punched him in the face twice as he attempted to walk away from an argument and she attempted to block his movements. She is free on a $500 cash bond.
21-year-old SPC La’Joy Curry was booked into the Montgomery County Jail this week, charged with the domestic assault of her ex-husband, SPC Gordon Curry.
Gordon called 911 to report his wife had punched him in the head as he was changing the flat tire she called and asked him to assist with. La’Joy continued to be irate and yell at the victim after police arrived. She is free on a $500 bond.
Clarksville’s most well-known leader and organizer for Black Lives Matter, 34-year-old Orlandes Maurice Stegall, was jailed Saturday after witnesses reported a black man with a gun driving a Chevy Silverado was arguing with a white female in a Ford Edge as both vehicles were traveling near Ft. Campbell Blvd.
The woman was identified as Stegall’s girlfriend, Crystal McAdams, told police she had confronted Stegall about a rumor she had heard, and why he was leaving the house at 3 a.m. all “dressed up”. She says he slapped her in the face, grabbed her by the neck, and broke her phone when she tried to call 911. She then grabbed her child and fled the home in her vehicle for safety, and Maurice Stegall followed in his vehicle. He is charged with felony aggravated assault, vandalism, and interference with a 911 call.
39-year-old Youth Football Coach Dontavious Lee Smith (AKA ‘Coach Tay’) is charged with two counts of domestic assault after his children attempted to intervene during and after an assault on his wife. Smith reportedly assaulted and strangled his 15-year-old son when the child attempted to break up a physical assault between Smith and his wife.
When his daughter, who is pregnant, learned of the assault she came to the residence to confront him and he reportedly hit her in the face, causing her to make the 911 call. Smith had fled the scene when police arrived. He was arrested days later and is now free on a $12,500 bond.
24-year-old Sarah Kuhlman is charged with the assault and bodily injury of Jashia Huey. An arrest warrant alleges she came to the victim’s workplace on Dover Road and punched her in the face multiple times after a verbal altercation.
Kuhlman is free on a $500 bond.
20-year-old Scarlett Hollingsworth is free on a $2,500 bond after police say she was able to lunge at her boyfriend during an argument and bite him in the face after punching him in the face just moments prior.
33-year-old Christopher Demetrius Johnson is charged with the domestic assault of his wife, Angel Burrell-Johnson. According to Clarksville Police, he punched her in the face before pushing her onto the bed and placing his hands around her throat. He then reportedly grabbed her by the shirt and threw her from the bed to the ground. Officers documented visible injuries on the victim. Johnson is free on a $500 bond.
26-year-old Alyssa Huffman was booked into the Montgomery County Jail after her boyfriend says the couple was driving on Ashland City Rd / 41-A Bypass and she punched him in the right side of his face. They pulled into the Marathon gas station, where police made contact and took her into custody.
She is charged with domestic assault and is free on a $500 cash bond.
20-year-old Sean Leonning is charged with two counts of domestic assault after an argument with his roommates turned physical. Court records show Officer Marcus Lax responded to a call on Cranklen Circle, where Leonning met him at the street and stated he was in an argument with his roommates Heather Sartain and Dylan Washam…