BREAKING: The direct ‘shelter at home’ orders are part of a new round of coordinated local actions to be taken Tuesday to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The orders are planned to take effect at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday for Clarksville and Montgomery County.
31-year-old Sean Carver was charged with domestic assault after an argument over money issues escalated into a smashed cell phone and a woman being thrown against furniture and the floor, per report.
38-year-old Patrick Winter was charged with electronic tracking of motor vehicles and stalking after he placed a tracking device in the rear wheel well of his estranged wife’s vehicle.
40-year-old Marshall Powell was charged with aggravated assault after threatening a woman with an axe and saying he was going to “kill her, chop her arms off, and shove them up her a–“, per the affidavit.
35-year-old Alfred Thomas was charged with trespassing and a salvia offense after local residents, who did not know him, say he entered their home screaming about someone trying to kill him.
31-year-old Michael Baldwin was charged with two counts of simple possession, possession with intent to sell, unlawful drug paraphernalia, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony after Clarksville Police executed a narcotics warrant at his residence.
19-year-old Keilexus Goldthreate was charged with filing a false report after admitting to the District Attorney that she lied about a domestic assault against her because she was mad.
39-year-old Jeffery Flowers was charged with aggravated burglary after a pet-sitter witnessed him stealing a safe from a residence.