On September 3rd during the monthly regular session, the Clarksville City Council passed on first reading an ordinance brought forward by Ward 11’s Gary Norris that would permit the council the ability to pay attorney fees for those facing ethics violation complaints.
Montgomery County Director of Public Health Joey Smith confirmed via social media that Montgomery County made the list of the top twenty cities in Tennessee for COVID-19 deaths.
29-year-old Amy Lynn had her pharmacy technician registration revoked by the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy for diverting 10,884 pills, including oxymorphone, oxycodone, and alprazolam. Her workplace suffered a loss of $90,000.
43-year old Amiee Brock & 47-year-old Roman Brock were charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest and 42-year-old Dominic Brock was charged with DUI, evasion, turn signals, and assault when CPD Officer Hyatt followed them home from Rookies bar and forced entry into their home in what she called a “hot pursuit”.
Chancellor McMillan ruled that the Montgomery County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office must stop the illegal redaction of public information from open records requests. Circuit Court Clerk Cheryl Castle announced her resignation just days after depositions, leaving her elected term unfilled.
52-year-old Michael Myhill was charged with possession of marijuana, paraphernalia, an order of protection violation, and theft of merchandise when officers investigating a drug call and shoplifting incident found him with suspected weed in a vehicle with no license plate.
24-year-old Dillon Limerick was charged with aggravated assault when he pointed a handgun at a woman and fired into her apartment on Jack Miller Boulevard.
51-year-old Benton Wickham was charged with vandalism, excessive 911 calls, and resisting arrest when he showed up at CPD to file a report but refused to tell officers the reason. While resisting arrest, he busted out the window of a cop car.
35-year-old Jaclyn Nelson was charged with aggravated assault, criminal trespass, and public intoxication when she told deputies she had ingested methamphetamine and citizens told them she had a hammer and was trying to get into homes.
On July 17th, Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett issued Emergency Order #11, making face coverings in public mandatory for all residents and visitors to control the spread of COVID-19. The order goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. July 20th.