At approximately 2:30 a.m. on December 31, a 2007 Chevrolet pick-up truck driven by a 23-year old man was traveling west on the 101st Parkway. A Chrysler Sebring driven by a 31-year old man was traveling also traveling west on the 101st Parkway at a high rate of speed. The Sebring crashed into the rear of the pick-up truck near the intersection of the 101st Parkway and Peachers Mill Road.
The 31-year old driver of the Sebring was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center by Lifeflight with a head injury. The 23 year old male driver and his 32 male passenger were taken by ambulance to B.A.C.H with non-life threatening injuries.
Speed and alcohol may have been factors.
The lead investigator is Officer Bill VanBeber.
[Photos by CPD-Jim Knoll]
On July 7, at approximately 4:30 p.m., Clarksville Police responded to a bar at 1302 Ft. Campbell Blvd. They were responding to reports about a pedestrian being hit in the parking lot.
When the police arrived, they found a 27 year old woman, Faith Jarrett, had been run over in the parking lot by a vehicle.
An investigation by Officer Melissa Speilhagen revealed the woman had called her friend, Anibal Flores Marcano, to give her a ride home from the bar. When Marcano arrived, he went inside and had a few drinks with the woman and decided it was time to leave. The woman was not ready to go and started to argue with Marcano.
He decided he would leave without her. He returned to his vehicle and started to backup and the woman attempted to get in the vehicle through an open passenger window while the vehicle was still in motion. She was able to partially enter the window, but fell out and was run over by the right front tire.
Faith Jarrett was taken to Gateway Medical Center by ambulance and then transferred to Vanderbilt by Lifeflight with injuries to her lower body. She is hospitalized in stable condition.
Anibal Flores Marcano, (H/M, DOB: 5/16/65, Given Address: 100 Brookside Drive, Apt 3, Clarksville, TN) was booked into the Montgomery County Jail. He is charged with DUI, 2nd Offense. He is under a $500 bond.
On the evening of June 10, at approximately 7 p.m., Clarksville Police responded to the area of Golf Club Lane in reference to a shooting which had already occurred. Upon their arrival, police officers found a victim, Harley Daniel Borough, 20, who had sustained a gunshot wound to his left side. He told police Quentin (no last name) had shot him. Borough was taken by Lifeflight to Vanderbilt Medical Center and underwent surgery. He is in stable condition.
An investigation of the incident by Detective Dave Barmel revealed that on June 10, that earlier that evening, around 6:40 p.m., the victim, Harley Borough, arrived at Alma Lane for the purpose of meeting the suspect, Quentin Banks. The victim was expecting to purchase an unknown amount of Roxicodone pills.
At some point, during the transaction they got into a verbal argument. Bronaugh was sitting in the driver’s seat of a vehicle and Banks was standing outside of the vehicle; there were other people inside of the vehicle. The argument heated up and Banks fired one shot from a .380 caliber handgun, into the vehicle, striking Bronaugh under his arm on the left side of the body. According to a witness, as Banks ran from the vehicle, he threw the handgun in a wooded area off of Alma Lane. A warrant for aggravated assault was taken out for Banks.
At approximately 8:30 a.m. on June 11, Quentin Lamar Banks (B/M, DOB: 11/26/90, Clarksville) came to police headquarters and surrendered himself. He was booked into the Montgomery County Jail and charges with aggravated assault. He is under a $15,000 bond.
May 2, at approximately 1:50 a.m., a 1987 Isuzu Trooper driven by Shawn B. Lindstrom (47) was heading West on Ashland City Road. The driver for unknown reasons crossed left of center in the area of 1746 Ashland City Road and into the eastbound ditch line, striking a culvert and sending the vehicle back on the roadway into the Eastbound traffic lanes.
The driver was not wearing a seatbelt, alcohol and prescription drugs may have been a factor.
He was flown by Life flight to Vanderbilt Medical Center and is listed in critical but stable condition. Anyone that may have witnessed the crash can contact the lead investigator, officer Bill Van Beber, at 931-648-0656 ext. 5486.
[Photos by Officer Bill Van Beber]
A single vehicle accident occurred early this morning on Tiny Town Road. According Clarksville Police Department press release, approximately 4:45 A.M. February 17, Dylan Duncan, was driving a Nissan Maxima, traveling west in the lefthand lane of Tiny Town Road.
The driver lost control of the vehicle for an unknown reason and drove off the right side of the roadway. The vehicle continued over a curb, and onto the grass. The vehicle next collided with a tree which caused the vehicle to rotate and eject the driver.
Duncan was Lifeflighted to Vanderbilt Medical Center and is reported in stable condition. The driver was not wearing a seatbelt. No charges have been filed. The lead investigator is Officer Melissa Speilhagen.
Two men, 24- and 29-years-old, were shot Wednesday night in the parking lot of Cutters Bar and Grill at 1148 College Street.
A 29-year-old was shot in the buttocks and 24-year-old was shot in the lower abdomen. Police arrived on the scene within minutes of receiving the 911 call, but both victims were already on the way to the Gateway in a privately owned vehicle. After their arrival at Gateway, both were transferred to Vanderbilt; the 29-years-old was stable and transported by ambulance; the 24-year-old was considered critical and transported by Lifeflight.
When officers arrived on scene, vehicles and patrons of the business were hurriedly leaving the parking, leaving little information readily available to investigators as to the circumstances behind the shooting.
“We know the shooting occurred in the lot and multiple rounds were fired, but beyond that, there is very little information to release. The crime scene is being processed and witnesses are being sought or interviewed,” said CPD Officer Jim Knoll. “From the last information we received, both of the shooting victims are supposed to be treated and released from the hospital today.”
The lead investigator is Detective Vincent Duke. Anyone with information can call the TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477.
Photos by CPD Public Information Officer Jim Knoll
Drag racing on Tiny Town Road came to a crashing end on August 28, sending three people to the hospital and triggering a second single car accident.
According to witness accounts, a 2005 Honda Hybrid driven by a 23-year -old man and a red vehicle with an unknown driver appeared to be drag racing eastbound on the 1000 block on Tiny Town Rd. The Honda was in the left lane and the red vehicle was in the right lane. The red car drifted into the Honda’s Lane as they entered a curve; it does not appear as though contact occurred between the vehicles. The Honda swerved away from the vehicle, lost control, left the roadway, rotated, and the driver side of the vehicle hit an electrical pole. The pole was ripped out of the ground and the Honda flipped and came to rest on its roof on top of the pole.
The driver , his 24-year -old male passenger (Honda), and 2-year-old female child had to be extricated from the vehicle. Emergency responders were able to quickly extricate the two adults, but it took almost an hour to safely remove the child. Additionally, the child was restrained in the child safety seat and was the child of the driver.
The driver was taken by Lifeflight to Vanderbilt with back and wrist pain. The 2-year-old female was alert and conscious with some abrasions and was transported by Lifeflight to Vanderbilt for further evaluation. The 24-year-old passenger was taken by ambulance with what appeared to be non-critical injuries.
The red vehicle and the unknown driver (gender unknown) left the scene. The vehicle was a flat red color and may have been a Mazda, possibly 90s model. There was a decal on the rear of vehicle which said “Zoom, Zoom”.
Police are looking for any other witnesses that saw the crash. Also, we would like to talk to the driver of the red vehicle as part of our investigation.
Names will be released after notification of family. The investigation is ongoing. The lead investigator is Officer Melissa Spielhagen. Anyone with information can call 931-645-8477.
A second vehicle which was not directly involved in the crash but directly affected by the end result of the single vehicle crash. A Honda van driven by a 41 year old female was traveling eastbound when the Honda Hybrid crossed in front of her van before it crashed. After the crash took place, live power lines from the electrical pole fell on top of the Honda Van trapping the 41 year old along with her 8, 13, and 15-year-old children. The van sustained damaged, but the occupants were unhurt.
Photos by CPD Public Information Officer Jim Knoll
Wednesday afternoon, around 1:30 p.m., Justin Newberry, 23, was driving a Nissan Altima westbound in I-24 when he had to apply his brakes to slow down for traffic. After he applied the brakes, a handgun known as ”The Judge” slid out from under the seat. Newberry reached down to pick up the weapon, as he grabbed it by the trigger, the weapon discharged.
The round, which was a 410 slug, entered his right thigh, exited and continued on until it him in left leg just above the ankle. He was able to safely pull into the median area at mile marker 6 and call 911 for help.
He was transported by Lifeflight to Vanderbilt and is in stable condition. Officers found multiple forms of identification from different locations in the car. The multiple forms of ID prevented the officers from determining where he is from or where he was headed prior to being transported by Lifeflight.
Officers on the scene additionally found marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle. Charges are pending.
Three people are left injured after an early morning shooting which is linked to multiple crime scenes at Kraft Street, Marion Street, and Warfield Boulevard after an early morning shooting left three injured. Shortly after midnight, police were called to 500 Kraft Street after multiple 911 calls reported gunshots being heard, accompanied by screams, and vehicles leaving the scene.
As of this morning, investigators are not clear what led to the shooting, and are still trying to piece together exactly what happened and the sequence of events. According to a press release from Jim Knoll, Public Information officer with the Clarksville Police Department, the shooting took place in a Kraft Street apartment. The report states that two women, 21 and 19 years of age, and one man, 21, sustained gunshots wounds while inside of the apartment.
The 21-year-old man and woman were both taken by LifeFlight to Vanderbilt hospital and are in critical condition. The 19-year-old woman was transported to BACH for treatment of her injuries.
A suspect, Taiwan Hoosier, 22, left the scene prior to police arrival. He was later involved in a collision with a pick-up truck at the intersection of Warfield and Rossview Roads.
Hoosier and the 54-year-old year old driver of the pickup were both transported by ambulance to Gateway for non-life threatening injuries. Police are on scene at the hospital with Hoosier. Victim’s names are not being released until notification of family members. The investigation is ongoing. Further information will be released as the investigation progresses.
Detective Tim Anderson is the lead investigator, 931-648-0656, or the TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477.