A Clarksville Field Training Officer has been fired after it was discovered he exchanged over 16,000 texts and videos, including many of a sexual nature, with a teen. Over 5,000 were exchanged while he was on-duty with a trainee who was driving him around in a patrol car. The teen initially claimed she had sex with him while he was on-duty, but later recanted her statement after it was shared widely on social media.
28-year-old Jessica Lefevers was charged with theft of merchandise after leaving a Walgreens with items she had not paid for. She was identified by video surveillance and caught five months later.
29-year-old Kieara Shelbourne was charged with theft of a firearm after officers found a weapon in her possession that was reported stolen.
47-year-old Kathleen Fildes was charged with public intoxication and indecent exposure after officers observed her urinating in public.
42-year-old Harvey Bush was charged with assaulting an officer, resisting arrest, possession of cocaine with intent, and paraphernalia when he snatched and twisted a detective’s testicles as he was being detained for a business transaction.
26-year-old Alex Cordova was charged with domestic assault and two counts of aggravated assault when he attacked three people during an argument with a metal doorstop and a screwdriver.
A Nashville magistrate signed an order of protection against Fisk University President Dr. Kevin Rome, Sr. after a man claimed he met Rome via the gay dating app Grindr and testified Rome had drugged him, threatened to kill him and destroyed his apartment.
Presidential candidate and Libertarian Party nominee Doctor Jo Jorgenson and her #BrakeTheBus tour stopped at Centennial Park for the first rally of the Tennessee leg. Approximately 300 people attended the socially distanced event.
Chancellor McMillan ruled that the Montgomery County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office must stop the illegal redaction of public information from open records requests. Circuit Court Clerk Cheryl Castle announced her resignation just days after depositions, leaving her elected term unfilled.
Dairy King’s owner is hopeful for a buyer to keep the “icon of Woodbine” alive. Jeff and Carolyn Jones announced via Facebook that Dairy King on East Thompson Lane will close operations on August 3rd. The 50-year-old business has suffered since COVID-19 disrupted life in March.