• Monday, January 16th, 2012

A Clarksville man convicted of driving under the influence on at least three occasions was sent to prison for injuring a woman in a DUI related wreck in the spring of 2011.

Gary Wayne Wallace, 46, previously entered an open guilty plea to one count of vehicular assault.

On Wednesday, Judge John Gasaway sentenced Wallace to two years in the Tennessee Department of Corrections.

On April 9, 2011 Wallace, while under the influence of alcohol, drove his vehicle into the rear end of one car and then into oncoming traffic, striking another car and injuring the driver, Tina Reeves.

Wallace had previous DUI convictions in 1994, 1998 and 2001.

Mother arraigned
A Clarksville mother indicted by the December term of grand jury and charged with attempting to kill her 8-month old son was arraigned in circuit court this week.

Yvette A. Slee, 20, is accused of trying to kill her infant child by purposefully placing a plastic bag over his head and suffocating him.

According to the indictment, on March 3, 2011, Slee allegedly placed the bag over the infant’s head, causing him to suffer severe generalized non-specific cerebral dysfunction.

Slee, charged with attempted first degree murder and two counts of aggravated child abuse, was arraigned via video in Gasaway’s court on Tuesday. A settlement date was set for June 13.

She is currently in the Montgomery County Jail on a $500,000 bond.

The following people were indicted in the December 2011 term of grand jury and indicted in Gasaway’s court on Tuesday:

• Aaron M. McGougan, 25, is charged with solicitation of a minor. According to the indictment, on June 24, 2011 by electronic communication, McGougan allegedly solicited a 15-year-old to engage in sexual activity.

• Ricky Jackson, 50, is charged with arson on allegations he set a home on fire for the second time. According to the indictment on Oct. 6, 2011 Jackson allegedly set fire to a Hayes Street home. Jackson was on probation at the time for previously setting fire to the home in April 201. The home was being remodeled.
Jackson allegedly broke into the shed at 24 Hayes St., took a full 5-gallon gas can from the shed, broke out the window of the front door of the residence, owned by his estranged wife, and went inside, according to a previous article.

Category: Criminal
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