36-year-old Alicia Sanchez was charged with robbery after she reportedly assaulted a woman in a Honda, pushed her out, then took the car.
25-year-old Ernesto Sanchez was charged with robbery and attempted aggravated robbery after he demanded money from his roommate during an argument and then held a knife to his throat saying “I have killed seven, you will be eight”.
42-year-old Michael Gray was charged with robbery after he was witnessed him forcefully taking a backpack from his girlfriend and driving off with the bag in hand.
30-year-old Tyler Donley was charged with aggravated kidnapping and robbery after a woman accused him of stealing her gun, refusing to return it, and not letting her exit the vehicle.
31-year-old Kaefono Smalls was charged with aggressive panhandling and robbery after he pretended to have a gun to intimidate a man and demanded money from him.
35-year-old Brandon “DatPart” Fuqua was charged with identity theft, robbery, and evading arrest after hitting a woman, robbing her, and using her debit card at an EZ Mart and Bordeaux Market.
22-year-old Wesley Croichy was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism when he and a Thomas Mitchell began firing upon a crowd after two women were fighting.
Metro Police say coordinated police work led to today’s arrest of homicide suspect Zamar Redmond, 27, for the June 22nd fatal shooting of Andre L. McDonald near the intersection of 12th Avenue North and Jefferson Street.
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.
45-year-old Arrick Fields was charged with robbery when he asked a Mapco employee if they had any chips for $1, then grabbed a bag of Cheetos, went behind the counter, pushed the employee while threatening him with a gun, and took cash from the register. He was later identified using the prints he left on the Cheetos bag.