On December 15th, Stewart County Mayor Robin Brandon once again took to his Facebook profile to articulate his feelings and opinions on COVID-19, Trump’s “re-election”, and “satanist Bill Gates”.
Law enforcement agencies and building inspection departments for Montgomery County and the City of Clarksville will begin stressing that businesses must post signs requiring the public to wear face coverings.
46-year-old Jyotsna Korivi was charged with 7 counts theft of merchandise – shoplifting, in connection to 7 separate incidents where Wilma Rudolph Walmart Loss Prevention reported she had skip scanned $358.78 of merchandise.
Despite a mask mandate being in place with full support from both mayors, it is largely being ignored throughout the city. Law enforcement officers are responding to calls without masks, local politicians and business owners are mingling for hours unmasked and not socially distanced at various events drawing hundreds of the city’s elite.
AUDIO: 19-year-old Lauren Bell initially claimed she had relations with a Clarksville Police Officer while he was on-duty. Recordings between CPD Captain Burdine and the teen reveal she recanted that statement, however, the investigation resulted in the initial demotion, and then termination, of Field Training Officer Jarreil Peoples after it was discovered he exchanged over 16,000 texts with the teen on his city-provided cell phone, to include sexual images and videos.
The Clarksville Parking Commission started issuing parking tickets every two hours. Previously, one parking ticket would be issued per day but the City Code allows for violations every 2 hours, per meeting minutes the change was brought on by the City Accounting Manager and Roxy Director.
The after-hours club KTK located at 3441 Fort Campbell Boulevard was the scene for multiple public disturbances in the early morning hours after their soft opening on September 4th. The business is now seeking an after-hours permit from the city.
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.