24-year-old Laquanashaneachia Leach and 25-year-old Crystal Miller were charged with evading arrest and criminal impersonation respectively, and both were additionally charged with shoplifting after trying to flee to the mall from Best Buy with stolen merchandise.
29-year-old James Denapoli was charged with criminal impersonation and possession of meth and heroin after police say he gave his brother’s name, then admitted his real name, and gave consent to search his vehicle.
49-year-old Demaurice Johnson was charged with burglary, criminal impersonation, evading and resisting arrest, and possession of a weapon after he stuck two beers up his sleeves at Speedway and claimed his name was Antione Parson.
19-year-old Ian Collin Fearn was charged with assault on an officer, criminal impersonation, public intoxication, evading and resisting arrest after punching an officer to escape after lying about his identity.
41-year-old Valarie Cody was charged with criminal impersonation and fugitive from justice after she gave deputies a fake name, birth date, and social security number when she was being served a warrant from Christian County.
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.
22-year-old Damon Suiter was charged with possession of marijuana, LSD, drug paraphernalia, and a firearm as well as criminal impersonation after he gave officers a false name during their search of the room he was staying in.
54-year-old Danny Beechum was charged with methamphetamine violation, drug paraphernalia, evading arrest, and criminal impersonation after an agent recognized him to have felony warrants and found meth in his vehicle.
31-year-old Timothy Phillips was charged with shoplifting, criminal impersonation, possession of meth, and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia when he was searched for shoplifting at Walmart and found to be in possession of meth and more than 75 needles.
28-year-old Jonathan Deutschmann was charged with criminal impersonation and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia after giving the deputy his brother’s name and social security number.