19-year-old Montavius Bass was charged with robbery and evading arrest after he told someone at the Exxon Hi-Road in Clarksville that he wanted $80 and free gas and when it was refused, he said they had ten seconds to give it to him and he started counting down. He was found to be in a stolen car and ran when marijuana fell out of his pocket during questioning by police.
38-year-old Brad Tyree was charged with public intoxication, public indecency, and evading arrest after being reported for stumbling down Gallatin Pike and when officers approached, he pulled out his genitals and started urinating on the sidewalk close to them.
28-year-old Kedan Desvignes was charged with assault, evading arrest, and contraband in a penal facility after he allegedly open hand slapped his girlfriend in the mouth and busted her lip for telling him to shut up and then ran from police.
21-year-old Gievanne Ashley was charged with escape of custody after attempting to flee while being placed into custody for an active warrant in Sumner County. Ashley reportedly ran across Rivergate Pkwy and through an Ace Hardware parking lot before being apprehended.
29-year-old Devin Lamb was charged with evading arrest, possession of meth, and a felony drug offense after being in possession of 45 grams of ecstasy pills and two grams of meth during a routine traffic stop on Gallatin Pike. Lamb later claimed the pills were “the best in the county.”
24-year-old Freddrick Woodard was charged with evading arrest when officers tried serving him a warrant for burglary — while he was in the bathroom — and, he proceeded to climb through the attic where he broke through the roof June 1, 2020.
22-year-old Jd Morris was charged with two counts evading, especially aggravated kidnapping, failure to report, carjacking, leaving the scene, no driver’s license, and failure to give aid after he carjacked a man and stole the vehicle when the victim bailed. He led officers on a high-speed chase until wrecking into another car.
28-year-old Malcolm Seay was charged with possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, and evading arrest after he was pulled over for speeding. He was found to have a suspended license and to be in possession of marijuana stashed away in his car radio.
20-year-old Kesean Smith was charged with evading arrest, felon in possession of a firearm, and unlawful possession of a weapon when police approached him based on him “displaying characteristics consistent with an armed individual”. Smith ran from police and when they caught him, they found a handgun in the immediate area.
18-year-old Tanner Vick was charged with two counts of vandalism, assault on an officer, resisting arrest, and evading arrest after his mother reported to police that he was damaging her home and car. While being detained, he bit and kicked officers, damaged the patrol car, and threatened to shoot the officer in the head when he gets out of jail.