In Clarksville, police & city’s elite refuse to mask up despite mandate to do so

Despite a mask mandate being in place with full support from both city and county mayors, it is largely being ignored throughout the city. Law enforcement officers are responding to calls without masks, local politicians and business owners are mingling for hours unmasked and not socially distanced at various events drawing hundreds of the city’s elite.

Clarksville Officer fired after 1000’s of sexts & explicit videos exchanged with teen on city phone

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.

Clarksville realtor punches husband, knocks him over, kicks him more while he’s down, per police

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.

Park police catch woman on cellphone at green light; tells police she drank wine at work

23-year-old Emily Swafford was charged with driving under the influence after she told police that she had two glasses of wine when she was pulled over for driving with no lights and could not answer basic questions.

Man forces the swap of oral sex with another man at gunpoint, then assaults him at Clarksville hotel

33-year-old Ramone Dickson was charged with aggravated assault, aggravated rape, robbery, and weapon possession charges after forcing a Clarksville man to swap oral sex acts with each other at gunpoint and then damaging his orbital socket. Clarksville police have received multiple reports of assaults via dating apps this week.

Clarksville bar loses liquor license for 6 months after violating executive orders amid pandemic

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.

Man smashes lover’s air conditioner after dispute

43-year-old Charles Evans was charged with vandalism after he smashed his lover’s air conditioner on the sidewalk.

Nashville woman and her boyfriend caught with fentanyl and marijuana in Lebanon

39-year-old Dreama Stacy and 43-year-old Patrick Merchant were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of fentanyl, and possession of marijuana with intent after being pulled over for improperly changing lanes.

Clarksville does what Nashville won’t: shuts down non-complying businesses amid #COVID19 outbreak

Tarboosh, downtown Clarksville’s most problematic venue, was shut down early Sunday morning by an inspector with the Clarksville Fire Department, citing the venue for being over double their allowed capacity while the county is experiencing the largest COVID19 outbreak since the pandemic started.