Clarksville Police responded to an alarm call at the O’Charley’s on Wilma Rudolph Blvd in the early morning hours of September 19th. ADS Monitoring reported a front door activation at the business. Officers observed 22-year-old Megan McCollough and 20-year-old Tyler Zane Ainsworth in the patio area., and both began to flee on foot when officers identified themselves. After a brief pursuit to terminal drive, both were taken into custody. Ainsworth stated he entered the building, claiming it was unlocked and took three Miller Lite beers, which were located along the path of the foot pursuit. McCollough told police she only entered the restaurant at 1 a.m. on a Monday to use the restroom.
63-year-old Harold Baker is now charged with felony burglary after loss prevention associate Nicholas Mullins at the Walmart on Fort Campbell Blvd says they recognized him from May when he was trespassed from the business. The associate called Clarksville Police and reported that Baker once again had taken items from a retail shelf and carried them to a register, and concealed them in a bag, while paying for other items. He is free on a $5,000 bond.
Detectives with the Clarksville Police Department Special Operations Homicide Unit have charged 44-year-old Toni Camia with Aggravated Child Abuse/Neglect/Endangerment of a child less than eight years old and First Degree Murder in perpetration/attempt to perpetrate a crime for the death of 5-month-old Angel Stanford, and she is jailed in lieu of a $300,000 bond.
Clarksville Police got creative when they charged 27-year-old Paradise Arzelia Lorena Anderson with felony burglary on May 5th. Her ex-boyfriend says that on that day, he declined to let her pick up the child they have in common, and the argument quickly became physical. She reportedly forced open the door of his vehicle and attempted to remove the key from the ignition. During this attempt, she punched and scratched him multiple times, and officers documented scratches and a welt on his face from the assault. A warrant was issued for her arrest.
43-year-old Toni Camia was permanently trespassed from Walmart in 2019, according to police. On April 16th, Walmart Loss Prevention employees from the Fort Campbell Blvd location called police to say she was being detained for taking $42.93 worth of grocery items. Officers arrived, and due to the prior trespass on file, she was charged with felony burglary and transported to booking. She is free on a $5,000 bond.
27-year-old Trachel Stevenson was booked into the Montgomery County Jail this week on an outstanding warrant alleging she broke into a South Riverside Drive laundromat with a co-defendant and took $300 from a coin machine. Police say the incident was captured on video.
She is charged with felony burglary.