Baton Rouge fugitive found in Clarksville; receives 8 more charges

25-year-old Darian Peevy was charged with eight crimes including fugitive from justice and theft of property after Clarksville Police found him with a stolen car.

On October 2nd, Clarksville Police Officer Heather Boyce responded to a possession-of-a-stolen-vehicle call at 427 River Heights Drive at 10:55 a.m. Officer Boyce ran the vehicle tag through the system and the 2017 Nissan Rogue came back as reported stolen from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Darian Peevy (MCSO)
Darian Peevy (MCSO)

An hour and a half later, Officer Boyce then responded to a warrants-on-file call at 2551 Whitfield Road, a Neighborhood Walmart. Peevy gave the false name of Trey Jenkins with a date of birth of May 18th, 1990. It was found that Peevy had multiple warrants issued for full extradition by the Baton Rouge Police Department. A search of his backpack yielded a machete, a handgun with spare magazines and ammunition, a bag of marijuana, alprazolam, oxycodone, and syringes.

Darian Peevy was arrested and charged with possession of stolen property, simple possession of marijuana, simple possession of oxycodone, simple possession of alprazolam, unlawful drug paraphernalia, unlawful carry/possession of a weapon, criminal impersonation, and fugitive from justice. He is currently on hold for extradition to Baton Rouge Police Department.

Nick Pasquinelly

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