Clarksville meter maid issues $40 overtime fine to Scoop employee, $10 to other citizens

Clarksville city code allows for a $10 fine to be issued for staying past the time on a parking meter on the Street. After Scoop: Clarksville began calling out the bad practices of the meter maids last month, who were standing at cars waiting for them to expire, some employees are now receiving $40 tickets, in violation of city code.

Clarksville realtor punches husband in the face, kicks him while he’s down, per report

48-year-old Clarksville Realtor Valerie Coffee was charged with domestic assault after police say she snatched her estranged husband’s phone, punched him in the face, kicked him to the ground & continued the assault while he was down, while accusing him of cheating.

Parking Commission now issuing parking tickets every 2 hours #FTMM

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.

NASA shirt leads to arrest in case of campaign staffer’s stolen motorcycle

23-year-old Steven Louissaint was charged in the theft of a motorcycle belonging to Jessica Breznican. Two men were caught on video stealing her motorcycle. When officers went to question Louissaint he was wearing the same shirt from the video.

Davidson County Sheriff’s Office employee accused of sexually assaulting female juvenile

42-year-old Michael Hunter was charged with aggravated sexual battery after DCS sent his case to CPD regarding allegations of sexual battery made by a juvenile female.

City Council aims to pay attorney fees for those accused of ethics violation

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.

Tarboosh loses liquor license for 6 months after ignoring COVID-19 executive orders, refusing to provide TABC records of sales

Tarboosh Hookah Bar in downtown Clarksville has agreed to a six-month suspension of its liquor license, after the TABC (TN Alcoholic Beverage Commission) filed suit, alleging violations of multiple executive orders, refusing to provide records to the TABC, failing to keep records of purchases and sales of liquor, and overall posing a risk to public safety.

Soldier indicted on child pornography charges; wife still offering babysitting services

23-year-old Chase Bowman-Raines was federally indicted with possession and distribution of child pornography. His wife continued to offer child care services out of their Fort Campbell home.

County Health Director: Montgomery County #15 on COVID-19 death Top 20

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.

Mayor renews mask mandate hours after violating it

Mayor Jim Durrett disregards his own mask mandate while swearing in Wendy Davis as the interim circuit court clerk.