Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police are trying to identify a man who broke into a business at the 1600 Block of Fort Campbell Boulevard. There were actually two men that broke into the business, but the best photo available was of only one suspect.
The men broke in February 9th, around 1:00am. The men did not steal any sort of merchandise from the business.
Clarksville, TN – On January 26th, 2013, around 2:30am, Clarksville Police Officer Ronnie Brown saw a large crowd of people gathered in the upper parking lot of a club at 2241 Fort Campbell Boulevard.
He was flagged down by a bystander who told him a man was on the ground and had been stabbed. Officer Brown saw a man on the ground who had been stabbed in the torso area.
Clarksville Police Detectives work around the clock to Solve Two Robberies and Home Invasion after Patrol Officers Locate Suspects
Clarksville, TN – Four men, Gregory Elliot, Willie Collins, Timothy Ogburn and Lawrence Gillen were involved in a plan to forcefully take money from a Nottingham Drive man rumored to have a large sum of money as well as drugs.
They moved forward with their plan and approached the residence on September 5th, a little before 2:00am.
They spotted and approached a 30 year old man and a 29 year old woman who were sitting inside of a car outside of the house. A confrontation ensued resulting in the man being struck on the head several times with a handgun and the woman fleeing into the house and locking herself in a bedroom.
Clarksville, TN – On March 15th, 2012, around 1:30am, Clarksville Police Officers patrolling and performing checks of storage units on Tiny Town Road, due to previous burglaries, caught a man in the act of breaking in to several units.
Officer Alan Pendarvis was checking the storage units at 416 Tiny Town Road when he spotted several guns laying on the side of the driveway. He called for back-up officers to the area.
Clarksville Police are Requesting Assistance Identifying Suspects using a Credit Card Stolen during a Burglary
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police are trying to identify the two men and one female in the video/pictures. They purchased over $1,000 worth of items in Hopkinsville and Clarksville using a credit card stolen during a vehicle burglary which occurred in Clarksville. Any assistance would be appreciated.
Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Andy Hurst, 931.648.0656, ext 1008 or the TIPSLINE, 931.645.8477.
Clarksville, TN – On August 30th, 2011, around 1:45pm, the U.S Bank, 1598 Fort Campbell Boulevard was robbed. A white male walked into the bank and handed the teller a note which demanded money and said the robber had a gun. He handed her a plastic bank to put the money into. He was given the money and left the bank.
No gun was displayed and none of the employees were injured.
Clarksville, TN – On August 28th, around 4:30am a male called Police to a Concord Drive address and told officers that his girlfriend had been kidnapped. He had received texts from his girlfriend telling him that she had been forced into a black SUV and was being held against her will.
The male continued to received texts for a couple of hours detailing her whereabouts and the events taking place. The 35 year old female finally called and said she was able to escape. She called Police and was located in the area of Elberta Drive and Orchard Road around 6:21am. «Read the rest of this article»
We need the public’s assistance to locate a subject who has a CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT MURDER warrant. His name is: JAMES KEITH TOLER (W/M, DOB: 1/16/72, Given Address: 1097 McDaniel Rd, Clarksville, TN) AKA “Gypsy”. He is approximately 5’10”, 175 lbs, Brown Hair, Hazel Eyes.
On October 12, 2009, around 1 a.m. , officers arrived in the area of 1348 Ft Campbell Blvd and found a 29 year old male laying on the ground. He had been stabbed in the abdomen area. James Keith Toler was identified as the subject that stabbed the male. The victim said that Toler was an acquaintance and he did not know why Toler stabbed him. The victim was transported by Lifeflight to Vanderbilt due to the serious nature of the stab wound. The victim is now in stable condition.«Read the rest of this article»
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