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Alcohol Beverage Control Operations: The Clarksville Police Department
On 6/6/14 Alcohol Beverage Control Agents of the Clarksville Police Departments Special Operation Unit conducted operations targeting sales of alcohol to minors. 16 Establishments were checked with 14 found to be in compliance and 2 were cited for selling alcohol to minors. Agent Tanner Pew is the lead investigator, and these operations are ongoing.
The 2 establishments were cited for the following:
• 3 counts of selling alcohol to a minor.
• 1 count UDP.
2 juveniles were cited for possessing alcohol under 21. Both juveniles were 17 and went into Rony’s and bought alcohol as CPD agents sat in the parking lot and watched them do it. Both Juveniles were released to their parents.
The Kangaroo Pantry #451 1874 Memorial Dr.
Rony’s Smoke Shop 419 N. Second St.
Sudden Service #24 1963 Madison St
Smoke 4 less 1728 Memorial Dr.
Mapco Express 1775 Madison St.
A & T Market 1780 New Ashland City Rd.
BP Shop # 21 1200 Highway 48
Sudden Service #28 1070 Riverside Dr.
Discount Tobacco Outlet 987 Riverside Dr.
Taylor Mart 715 Riverside Dr.
BP Shop #08 601 Riverside Dr.
Rhino Food Mart 599 Riverside Dr.
Mini Mart 831 Crossland Ave.
Kwik Stop Market 902 Greenwood Ave.
Mini Mart Five Points Market 895 Greenwood Ave.
Mini Tobacco Store 933 Madison St.
Public Assistance Requested: Missing Person
Detective Nick Newman is investigating a missing person from 708 Power Street, Lot 46. Michael L. Quen has been missing since 6/9/2014. He has a history of untreated depression. He left home on 6/9/2014 with three hundred dollars, no cell phone, and no extra clothing. He did leave a note stating that he needed to get away for a few days. He is a 57 year old white male. He is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. If anyone locates or has any information as to where Mr. Quen could be found, please call Detective Newman at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5340.
Traffic Incident with a Fatality on Ted Crozier Blvd
On Sunday, June 8, 2014 at around 2:10a, Donnie Hodges (61yrs old) was operating a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado northbound on Ted Crozier Blvd and lost control of the vehicle for an unknown reason. Hodges vehicle left the roadway to the right side and struck a stop sign at the intersection of October Rd and then struck a guardrail. Hodge’s vehicle flipped onto the right side and the crash scene was located by a passersby driving through the area.
Hodges was not wearing his seat belt and was pronounced deceased on the scene. The lead Investigating Officer is Melissa Spielhagen. The crash is still under investigation and there is no further information at this time.
Public Assistance Request
The Clarksville Police Department is still actively searching for the suspect involved in the Attempted Bank Robbery on 128 N. 2nd Street at Regions Bank on 3/21/2014. There are photos of the suspect included. If anyone has any information in regards to this incident or can identify the suspect, please call Detective Tracy Woodruff at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5531. To remain anonymous, call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS (8477). This is an ongoing investigation. There is no further information at this time.
Original Release from 3/21/2014:
Attempted Bank Robbery on N. 2nd Street
Today, 03/21/14, at 12:24pm, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a hold up alarm at Regions Bank on 128 N. 2nd Street. A robbery suspect held up a note to a bank employee stating, “Give me all the money.” At no time did the suspect display a weapon. Before Officers arrived, the suspect took off on foot to an unknown location. The suspect was unable to get money from the bank. K-9 Officer, Gabe Johnson, tracked the suspect but the suspect was not located. The suspect is a black male, dark complexion, ranging from 5’10” to 6’ in height, with an average build. He was last seen wearing a red baseball cap, with a blue sweatshirt or sweater, and light blue pants (possibly jeans). If anyone has any information in regards to this incident or can identify the suspect, please call Detective Tracy Woodruff at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5531. This is an ongoing investigation. There is no further information at this time.
Public Awareness: Vehicle Burglaries
Recent reports have been taken by Clarksville Police Department Officers showing that there are vehicle burglaries occurring due to unlocked vehicle doors. Unlocked vehicle doors make it easy for burglary suspects to get in and out of vehicles quickly without creating a disturbance. The burglary suspects are taking anything they see that is of value, even within various vehicle compartments. The vehicle burglaries do not just occur at businesses but are occurring in residential areas as well.
CPD Pointers to mitigate vehicle burglaries:
• LOCK VEHICLE DOORS!
• Park in well-lit and well-traveled areas.
• Do not leave your purse, wallet, or cellular telephone in your vehicle.
• If shopping, place purchased items out of sight- preferably a locked trunk.
• Be aware of your surroundings. Some suspects hang out at specific stores with high value items (computers/electronics). They watch for you to make a high value purchase and follow you, anticipating that you will stop at another store. That’s when they make their attack on your vehicle. Keep this in mind when doing your annual Christmas shopping. This is a current and growing trend nationally, among vehicle burglary suspects.
Subject believed to be Impaired on Bath Salts Discharges Firearm in Tiny Town Road Area
On May 17 at 6:42 pm the Clarksville Police Department responded to Tiny Town Road in front of Publix near the intersection of Peachers Mill Rd. A male subject who is believed to be impaired on bath salts exited a vehicle at the intersection and started waiving a gun around. With help of the public, Officer(s) were able to track the suspect down after he left the scene. He was taken into custody at 2195 W. Allen Griffey Road Renaissance at Peachers Mill Apartments where he fired shots, and started another incident. No one was harmed. His name is Darren Antonio Smith (Black, Male) he is in custody for 9 counts of Felony Reckless Endangerment, Vandalism, and Public Intoxication.
The Suspects information is:
2195 W. Allen Griffey Rd. Apt. 434
9 New Officers Sworn In
This morning 5/16/14 at 9 am Mayor Kim McMillan swore in 9 New Police Officers for the Clarksville Police Department. They are:
Crystal Marie Robinson
John Patrick Kell
Brian Thomas Goodheart
Venessa Marie Sanchez
Andrew Stuart Thomas
Timothy William Green
Jonathan E. Williams
Joseph Mendiola Aragon
Jan Peterson Salcedo
All nine new Officers will have to complete about six months of training before they are released to Patrol. They must attend In-House training with CPD, attend and pass the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, and successfully complete the Field Training Program.
Photos can be found on our facebook page.
3703 Lavender Circle
On May 11, 2014 about 2:30 am the Clarksville Police Department did respond to a shots fired at 3703 Lavender Circle in which Jalen Reeves-Maybin was a victim. Mr. Reeves-Maybin was grazed in the shoulder treated and released. There was a large party at the house and Mr. Reeves-Maybin was standing outside when it occurred. None of the people in attendance of the party were able to provide any information to assist the Clarksville Police Department in the investigation. Mr. Reeves-Maybin was interviewed by the Detectives but was also unable to provide any information. This is all the information that we have at this time and the investigation is ongoing.
If anyone has any information they are asked to contact Detective Dindar at:
(931) 648-0656 ext. 5434
Second Person of Interest Arrested
ARXAVIER DEZHAY OSBORNE, a person of interest (NOT A SUSPECT at this time) for the shooting at the Red Zone on College St., was arrested and booked into Montgomery County Jail yesterday, 05/08/2014. He is a 19 year old Clarksville resident. Osborne had an outstanding warrant on file of Aggravated Robbery and also, Evading Arrest, Simple Possession, and UDP (unlawful drug paraphernalia). His bond is set at $41,000.
HANDS ACROSS THE BORDER
SOBRIETY ROADSIDE SAFETY CHECKPOINTS &
The Clarksville Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Kentucky State Police, Christian County Sheriff’s Department, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, Hopkinsville Police Department and Oak Grove Police Department will be conducting roadside safety checkpoints and saturation patrols on May 16, and May 17, 2014 in Montgomery County, Tennessee and Christian County, Kentucky. The locations of the checkpoints will be on U.S. 41-A near the state line. Saturation Patrols will be on U.S. 41-A, Tenn. State Routes 374 & 236, Ky. State Routes 400, 115 & 911.
Troopers, Deputies, & Officers will also be out in force doing D.U.I. Saturation Patrol. Impaired driving is a serious crime that kills more than 16,000 people and injures 305,000 others every year in the United States. Troopers, Deputies, & Officers will evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol impairment. Troopers, Deputies, & Officers will target those who operate a vehicle while impaired and take corrective actions for other violations observed while ensuring the protection of all motorists.
Tennessee Law Enforcement agencies would like to also remind motorist of the G.H.S.O.’s SAFE Campaign (Seatbelts Are For Everyone) that runs February 1 to August 1, 2014 and The Click it or Ticket Campaign that runs May 15 to May 26, 2014. During these campaigns, Officers will be looking for Seatbelt Violations.
There will be a press event on May 16, 2014 at 10:00 a.m., Piggley Wiggley 3441 Ft. Campbell Blvd. Clarksville, Tn.
The Checkpoints and Saturation Patrols are being partially funded by the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office.
The Clarksville Police Department Promotes Marla Bonner to Dispatch Director at the 911 Center
On May 1, 2014, the Clarksville Police Department has named Marla Bonner Dispatch Director. She replaced Hope Petersen, who accepted the Supervisor Position at the Robertson County 911 Center. The Dispatch Director position plays a vital role in the emergency response process. This position ensures that all dispatchers are prepared to route emergency calls to Clarksville’s emergency Fire and Law Enforcement agencies efficiently. Dispatchers, also, collect necessary information to properly prepare the responding agency when dispatched to an incident.
Marla Bonner’s Bio:
Marla Bonner is originally from Hannibal, MO. She has two children, Niesha Bonner and Kevin Bonner II, and one granddaughter, Amya “Mya” Coates. She worked as an E-911 Operator for Marion County, MO for five years. She took a four year hiatus from dispatch and moved to Georgia. She, later, moved to Clarksville, TN, due to her ex-husband being stationed at Fort Campbell, KY.
When the city of Clarksville decided to have its own dedicated dispatchers, she was one of the first groups of employees hired. She began working with the Clarksville Police Department on January 1st, 2004. She was promoted to a shift supervisor in May of 2004. When the Clarksville Police Department began working on its accreditation, she was named the Dispatch Training Coordinator. She assisted in developing the current training program for dispatch, as well as, the Standing Operation Procedures.
Candidate Selection Process:
Each candidate for the Dispatch Director, first, had an interview with an Oral Board. The Oral Board included Fire Chief Michael Roberts- Clarksville Fire Department, Captain Lisa Baker- Metro Nashville Emergency Communications Center, and Captain Richard Stalder- Clarksville Police Department. The Oral Board selected six out of the eleven candidates to interview with Chief Al Ansley of the Clarksville Police Department. With the combination of Ms. Bonner’s background, experience, and the interview process, Chief Ansley selected Ms. Bonner as the Dispatch Director.
The Clarksville Police Department Requests Public Assistance
On 05/07/2014 at 7:39am, Officer A. Koziol (3466), of the Clarksville Police Department, responded to a Burglary to a Building at 505 Hwy 76. Sometime on 04/06/2014 and/or 04/07/2014 between 6:00pm and 7:00am unknown suspects entered the Clarksville Christian Academy Gymnasium that is currently under construction. The suspects parked their vehicle behind the building and entered through the back door opening. Once entry was made, the suspects stole several thousand dollars’ worth of tools, wire spools, copper, metal electrical connectors, and sprinkler heads. If anyone has any information in regards to this incident, please call Detective Rodney Lifsey at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5298 or, to remain anonymous, call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS (8477).
There is no further information at this time.
Shooting at the Sango Walmart on Madison St.
Today, 05/07/2014, at 6:43pm, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a shooting at the Sango Walmart on Madison St. A male suspect followed a female victim into the Walmart parking lot and fired one round into the female victim's back window. The victim was not injured nor was anyone else. The suspect fled the scene before Officers arrived. This is a domestic related incident. It was not a random shooting. Officers are actively searching for the suspect. There will be more details in the next few hours. This is an ongoing investigation. There is no further information at this time.
The suspect to the shooting at the Sango Walmart is 44 year old Kevin Wayne Rozelle. He is a Clarksville resident. An arrest warrant has been issued for Rozelle with the charge of Criminal Attempted Homicide, due to the shooting incident. His bond is set for $500,000.
Suspect In Custody
This morning, 05/08/2014, at 1:51am, Kevin Rozelle was taken into custody and transported to Montgomery County Jail. There is no further information at this time.
Detective Dennis Honholt is the lead investigator.
Suspect Apprehended in Roberson County
After the shooting at Walmart, Kevin Rozelle fled to a location in Roberson County. The Clarksville Police Department would like to recognize the Robertson County Sheriff’s Department in apprehending Rozelle. CPD’s Detective Honholt and Officer McCray went to Pleansantview to take custody of Kevin Rozelle.
ABC Operation 4/18/2014
On 4/18/14, Agents of the Special Operations Unit (SOU) conducted operations targeting sales of alcohol to underage persons. 15 Stores were checked resulting in 4 stores (26 %) being cited for sales to persons under 21 years old. Agent Tanner Pew is the lead investigator. These operations are ongoing. There is no further information at this time.
Sam’s Discount Tobacco and Beer 2847 Ft. Campbell Blvd.
Kangaroo Express #3856 601 Tiny Town Rd.
BP Shop#17 3880 Trenton Road
Value and Variety 3863 (D) Trenton Road
Silver Dollar Grocery 2700 Trenton Road
Quick Stop 531 N 2nd St.
Mapco Express 2491 Ft. Campbell Blvd.
Mapco Express 1500 Tiny Town Road
S and T 3001 Ft. Campbell Blvd.
Stop-n-Shop 1467 Tiny Town Road Ste. C
Rojeenas 212 Tiny Town Road
West Fork Market 1475 Tiny Town Road
Kwik N Easy 919 Tiny Town Road
Super Mart Discount Tobacco & Beer 3402 Cainlo Dr. Ste 400
Hi Road 4015 Trenton Rd.
Requesting Public Assistance to Identify Robbery Suspect
On 04/29/2014, at 12:36am, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a hold up at the BP on Ft Campbell Blvd. A black male suspect entered the business through the North side door, brandished a black handgun and demanded money. After taking the money he went out the North side door and fled on foot towards Ashbury Rd. The CPD is requesting public assistance. There are photos of two different individuals included in this release. The first three photos are of the suspect with a handgun. The fourth photo is of a male subject who is considered a “person of interest” (not a suspect). The “person of interest” was in the BP one minute before the suspect arrived. If anyone has any information in regards to this incident or can identify the two subjects in the pictures, please call Detective Kevin Shaw at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5389 or, to remain anonymous, call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS (8477).
19 year old TAIVAUN Bell has turned himself in for his Aggravated Burglary charge. We are still requesting information in regards to the shooting.
If anyone has any information in regards to this incident, including any cell phone videos of the fight that preceded the shooting, please call Detective Nick Newman at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5340 or, to remain anonymous, call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS
Shooting on College St.
In regards to the shooting that occurred at the Red Zone on College St. on 04/26/14, 19 year old April Madison, the victim who was shot in the back by her left shoulder blade (see the initial release in the email below), is paralyzed from the waist down. She will not go home after leaving Vanderbilt Medical Center. She will be going to a rehab facility. The suspect is still at large. No witnesses have come forward to give a name or description of the suspect. Once again, the CPD is requesting that if anyone has any information in regards to this incident, including any cell phone videos of the fight that preceded the shooting, please call Detective Nick Newman at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5340 or, to remain anonymous, call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS (8477).
NOTE TO PUBLIC: Any information, such as cell phone videos, will be kept confidential.
There are two individuals from Clarksville who have warrants on file that were said to be present at the Red Zone during the time of the shooting. The first person, who has a warrant on file for Aggravated Robbery, is 19 year old ARXAVIER DEZHAY OSBORNE. The second person, who has a warrant on file for Aggravated Burglary, is 19 year old TAIVAUN MARQUISE BELL. There are pictures of both individuals attached. If anyone has any information on Osborne and/or Bell, please call Detective David Bramel at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5161 or, to remain anonymous, call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS (8477).
Pedestrian Fatality on Wilma Rudolph Blvd.
On Sunday, 04/27/14, at 02:29 AM, 30 year old Kyle J. Prezlomski, a current Clarksville resident, was found lying on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard by approaching motorists. He was taken to Gateway Medical Center where he died from his injuries. If anyone has information about the vehicle and driver that struck Mr. Prezlomski, please contact Clarksville Police Officer Bill Van Beber III, at 931.648.0656 – Ext. 5486 or, to remain anonymous call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS (8477).
Shooting on College St.
On 04/26/2014, at 01:38am, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a Aggravated Assault at 1348 College St. Upon arrival, contact was made with witnesses who stated that a large fight broke out on the dance floor of Red Zone. During the fight an unknown person started shooting and fired several shots heading towards the door. None of the witnesses on scene were able to describe any details of the shooter or what caused the fight. There were three victims that had each been shot one time. The first victim, 18 year old Shane Lair, from Clarksville, had been shot one time in the back of the arm, and was transported to Gateway Medical Center. The second victim, 19 year old April Madison, from Clarksville, had been shot one time in the back by her left shoulder blade. A third juvenile victim, had a gunshot wound to her left shoulder. Ms. Madison and the juvenile victim were taken by Life Flight to Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. None of the injuries were life threatening and none of the injured are in critical condition, but they are stable at this time. There are no suspects at this time. This is an ongoing investigation. If anyone has any information in regards to this incident, please call Detective Nick Newman at 931-320-3141 or, to remain anonymous, call the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-TIPS (8477).
There is no further information at this time.
Prescription Drug Take-Back Information
While the Clarksville Police Department has no special events planned for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on April 26th, we would like to remind the public that anyone can dispose of unwanted medication at the following Clarksville locations from 8a to 4:30p, Monday through Friday, except for holidays:
1. CPD Headquarters
135 Commerce St.
2. CPD Vista Lane
1584 Vista Ln.
3. CPD District 1
1885 Fort Campbell Blvd.
This morning’s investigation by the Clarksville Police Department Homicide Unit has resulted in the arrest of 21 year old Joshua Glenn Black of Clarksville for the stabbing death of Nancy Lowry. Mr. Black is currently being held on a Criminal Homicide charge in the Montgomery County Jail, without bond. As the investigation continues on this case we encourage anyone with information to contact Det. Eric Ewing at 648-0656 ext. 5447
Hit and Run Incident on Tiny Town that Occurred on 4/4/2014
On 04/22/2014, at 8:07p, 30 year old Scott Lee Murphy, a Clarksville resident, was taken into custody on outstanding warrants. When Mr. Murphy was interviewed, he admitted to driving the vehicle and fleeing the crash scene. Mr. Murphy stated he had outstanding warrants and was scared and did not know what he struck with the vehicle. Mr. Murphy's driver’s license number was run through NCIC and came back as revoked for DUI on 09/05/2007. Mr. Murphy was transported to Montgomery County Jail. Warrants for DORL and leaving the scene were secured and served. Mr. Murphy's bond is set at $15,000.
Stabbing at Miller Town Apartments on Jack Miller Blvd
On 4/23/14, at 2:37a, Clarksville Police Department Officers were dispatched to Miller Town Apartments, Apt 1005, at 395 Jack Miller Blvd, in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, Officers found a female victim, 37 year old Nancy Lowry, with multiple stab wounds. Ms. Lowry was transported to Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) when she was pronounced deceased. This is an ongoing investigation, however, the CPD has a suspect in custody and charges are expected to be filed later in the day. If anyone has any information in regards to this incident, please call Detective Eric Ewing at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5447.
Instructions on how to Request a Police Report Online
The Clarksville Police Department would like to encourage the Clarksville Community to request police reports and accident reports online. This is another “Go Green” initiative and saves time and money for the community and the CPD by going paperless. Below are detailed instructions on how to request a police report and accident report:
1. Got to http://www.cityofclarksville.com.
2. Select “Services” at the top of the page.
3. Select “POLICE REPORTS AND ACCIDENT REPORTS” on the left side of the page.
4. This page will provide a list of information you will need for your request and provides a phone number if you have any questions.
5. Finally, select the email address included on this page, Police.Records@cityofclarksville.com, and submit your request.
If anyone has any questions in regards to police or accident reports, please call City Records at 931-648-0656.
Additional Arrests in the Death of 31 year old Mark Walraven: Rural King/Lafayette Incident
On 4-22-2014, Detectives with the Clarksville Police Department Homicide Unit made two additional arrests in the death of 31 year old Mark Walraven of Clarksville. On 4-14-2014, Walraven was found deceased in a vehicle that crashed into a telephone pole at the intersection of Lafayette Rd and Kelsey Dr. Walraven died from two gunshot wounds he received during an altercation that originated minutes previously on the parking lot of Rural King located at 1141 Ft Campbell Blvd.
Brandon Becker 19 years old and Brandon Smith 29 years old, both of Clarksville, have been charged with Criminal Homicide and booked into the Montgomery Co. jail. During the course of the investigation, it was determined that Smith made contact with Chad Bennett 29 years old in order to purchase prescription pills. According to both Becker and Smith, they along with Walraven, planned to rob Chad Bennett and split the pills amongst them.
Chad Bennett was arrested and booked into the Montgomery Co. jail 4-14-2014 on the charge of Criminal Homicide for his involvement. Once again, the Clarksville Police Dept. asks if anyone observed or has any information in reference to this case, please contact Det Ulrey at (931)648-0656 Ext. 5483.
Clarksville Police Department Retirement and Promotion Ceremony
Today, Friday, April 18, 2014, the Clarksville Police Department hosted a retirement and promotion ceremony. Chief Al Ansley presented Sergeant David Jones with a Certificate of Retirement and Sergeants Vanatta and Skinner with Promotion Certificates.
Congratulations to Sergeant David Jones on his retirement. He served faithfully and honorably for 16 years at the Clarksville Police Department. Sgt. Jones’ experience and professionalism will be missed. Also, congratulations to Detective Nathan Vanatta and Officer Beau Skinner on their promotions to the rank of Sergeant.
In attendance with Sergeants Jones, Vanatta, and Skinner were their wives; Jo Jones, CPD Officer Heather Vanatta, and Jamie Skinner. The Clarksville Police Department would also like to thank Mayor Kim McMillan, Councilwoman Kay Jones, Councilman Geno Grubbs, family, and friends for attending this ceremony. And special thanks to the CPD staff who organized the ceremony.
Man Charged with Criminal Homicide
On 4/15/14, the Clarksville Police Department Homicide Unit made an arrest in the July 21, 2013 murder of Miles Hendricks, which occurred at 727 Ranch Hill Dr. Clarksville. Twenty-three year old, Curtis O’neil Shelton, Jr. has been charged with Criminal Homicide and is being held without bond at the Montgomery County Jail. This is an on-going investigation and additional arrests are expected in the near future. Anyone with any information in regards to this crime is urged to contact Det. Chris Nolder at 648-0656 Ext. 5341. If you wish to remain anonymous you can contact the TIPS line at 931-645-TIPS (8477).
On April 16, 2014, the Clarksville Police Department Homicide Detectives continued aggressively working leads in the death of Miles Hendricks and arrested two additional suspects in this case. 26 year old Joseph Graham and 18 year old Kentavius Cheeks, both of Clarksville, were charged with Criminal Homicide and booked into the Montgomery County jail. This case is on-going. If anyone has information in regards to this case, please contact Det. Chris Nolder at 931-645-0656 Ext. 5341.
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