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Early morning murder linked to domestic assault

Clarksville Police have arrested a Clarksville man for the murder of his father in what is described as a case of domestic assault early Thursday morning.
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Drug Task Force Agents process methamphetamine lab components at a lab found on Baltimore Drive.

Six-unit apartment complex quarantined after meth lab found

A six-unit apartment complex on Baltimore Drive was quarantined after agents of the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force found a methamphetamine lab in one of the units.
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Trafffic Enforcement Units join Hands Across the Border event

The Clarksville Police Department Traffic Enforcement Unit, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Eagleville Police Department, Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, White House Police Department, and Fra...
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Rape report investigated as false claim

A report made by an alleged victim charging that a rape happened at Dunbar Cave State Park is being investigated as a false report.
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Police nab six on gun, drug charges in raid on Oak Lane home

Police have arrested six men on gun, drug and other charges following a search of a home at 928 Oak Lane early this morning. They recovered three stolen handguns and and two digital scales.
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Child fatally injured in gunshot accident

Clarksville Police Officers were dispatched to the 2600 Block of Arthurs Court. Sunday at 5:46 p.m.in response to a reported gun shot wound that became a child fatality.
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Police increase presence in wake of multiple shootings

Two dead. Six injured. Four shootings. Five days. Clarksville police are revving up their street presence after a spate of shootings with no suspects in sight. Some businesses were asked to close early.
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