33-year-old Cody Baggett was charged with tampering with evidence after a DUI arrest escalated upon his refusal to give up a blood sample for testing. He had already been arrested and charged for driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, use of off-road vehicle on highway, and violation of implied consent.
38-year-old Robert Lingenfelter was charged with possession of marijuana, paraphernalia and driving under the influence when officers responded to a “suspicious vehicle” a gas pump on Fort Campbell Boulevard.
23-year-old Rogelio Alonzo-Gregario was charged with driving under the influence and resisting arrest after a car was reported to be “swerving all over” Peachers Mill Road and possibly hitting mailboxes.
19-year-old Cole McNicholl was charged with DUI and lights required on a motor vehicle after police pulled him over for not having his headlights on.
26-year-old Daniel Reiss was charged with DUI, simple possession, and tampering with evidence after he drove through a checkpoint on Highway 41A.
While taking Alesha Perry, 36, into custody for DUI, Chanta Reed, 28, who was in the passenger seat of the vehicle, jumped into the driver’s seat and fled the scene almost hitting another car as she sped off. Officers on the scene gave Chanta multiple commands to stop but she did not heed any directives.
61-year-old Calvin Reece was arrested on an outstanding DUI warrant, and a new methamphetamine charge after a welfare check was conducted at the Walmart on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard on January 4th.
Freddie Crowley, 27, was charged with DUI after reportedly traveling at more than 90 MPH on I-24 while swerving in and out of her lane.
19-year-old soldier Tre Antony Thomas is charged with underage driving while impaired after Clarksville police found him slumped over in the driver’s seat of a running vehicle. They were eventually able to awaken him, at which time he advised he had consumed cocaine, marijuana, and alcohol, earlier in the evening.
22-year-old Idalis Marie Mojica is charged with driving under the influence after Clarksville Police Officer Doss discovered her asleep in the driver’s seat of a running vehicle in the McDonald’s drive-thru, less than an hour into the new year.