26-year-old Olivia Warrick was charged with domestic assault after she hit her husband multiple times and scratched him with car keys while he was holding their child.
44-year-old Johnny Evitts was charged with cruelty to animals after failing to give adequate food, water, and shelter to a litter of puppies.
30-year-old Charles Bailey was charged with simple possession of heroin and unlawful drug paraphernalia after he denied consent to be searched during a traffic stop and a K9 unit was brought out for a “public odor sniff.”
42-year-old Alejandra Carachuri-Diaz was charged with public intoxication after she was found lying in the parking lot of El Bracero.
34-year-old Eric Phillips, manager of KTK in Clarksville, and 30-year-old Deundrae “DJ Cut D” Harmon were charged with reckless endangerment when they fired shots at the Eagle Event Center during a party after a fight broke out.
49-year-old Michael Chitwood was charged with domestic assault after his wife reported to police that they were soon-to-be-divorced and he kept touching her despite her asking him to stop. His wife was also recently arrested for his assault.
Clarksville city code allows for a $10 fine to be issued for staying past the time on a parking meter on the Street. After Scoop: Clarksville began calling out the bad practices of the meter maids last month, who were standing at cars waiting for them to expire, some employees are now receiving $40 tickets, in violation of city code.