(Lawrence Gilbert) (D'Mareo Majors) (Deandre Williams)
Clarksville Police say the investigation into the double shooting on North Second Street remains ongoing and that additional arrests have been made and more are pending in the case.
Police say the investigation had led to the following additional arrests: 22-year old D’Mareo Majors of University Avenue, Clarksville who is charged with false report and assault, 22-year old Deandre Williams of Waterford Place, Antioch, Tennessee who is charged with assault and 22-year old Lawrence Gilbert of Meacham Apartment, Clarksville, who is charged with assault.
Police have warrants on file and are looking for 21-year old Dvantae Smith of Augusta Drive, Hermitage, Tennessee for assault and 23-year old Romeo Gilbert of Lewis Street, Nashville for felony vandalism and two counts of assault.
Police say all five men are seen in a video assaulting a 20-year old man on North Second Street on Sunday, October 21st.
Police previously arrested 22-year old Darryl Ford of Bradley Court, Clarksville for unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon after he was allegedly seen in the same video with a gun in his hand during the physical altercation.
Police say the arrests stem from a house party confrontation, which resulted in a 24-year old man and a 19-year old woman being shot in the early morning hours on October 21st with officers hearing several gun shots being fired in the area of the 400 block of North Second Street.
Anyone with information regarding the double shooting are urged to contact Clarksville Police 931-648-0656.
Kentucky State Police investigated a single-vehicle injury wreck this morning in Crittenden County.
State Police say the wreck happened on US 60, approximately nine miles east of Marion today around 10:15 a.m.
Preliminary investigation revealed that 58-year old John K. Elliott of Louisville was driving his pickup truck eastbound on US 60 and failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway.
State Police say Elliott’s vehicle left the right side of the roadway and struck an earth embankment, overturned and came to rest on its top.
Elliott has to be extricated from his vehicle and was transported by ambulance to Crittenden County Hospital for treatment of multiple injuries.
The Christian County Board of Education is holding a meeting tonight and one of the topics to be discussed by school board members includes the status of three local schools.
School board members will be discussing the status of Lacy Elementary, North Drive Middle School and Belmont Elementary School for the 2013-14 school year.
School Board Chairman, Barry Cornelius says school board members will be discussing the operational costs of the three schools.
Thanks to an anonymous tipster, the Trigg County Sheriff’s Office was able to apprehend a fugitive wanted in several states.
After 4 hours of surveillance, Sheriff’s Deputies yesterday were able to locate 34-year old Brian Burton of Cadiz, who was taken into custody without incident.
Burton had arrests warrants out of New Madrid County, Missouri and Scott County Missouri, Dekalb County, Illinois and in Trigg County.
Burton is wanted in Trigg County for failure to appear, failure to comply and non payment of a fine, while in Missouri is he is wanted for felony non support, felony theft and probation violation and he is wanted in Illinois for vehicle theft, conspiracy and failure to appear.
Burton remains lodged in the Christian County Jail.
A former Screaming Eagle and Season 13 Dancing with the Stars champion will be returning to Fort Campbell this week.
J.R. Martinez will sign hundreds of copies of his book, Full of Heart Friday morning at the local post’s AAFES Main Exchange.
Full of Heart, which was written by Martinez, tells the former Screaming Eagle’s entire story of survival after being burned over 30 percent of his body when he was trapped inside his vehicle, which was hit by an IED while his unit was on patrol in Iraq in 2003.