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.
Police say 30-year-old Robert Price sent a message via social media to a Clarksville woman, at which time she reportedly thanked him for complimenting her, but requested that there be no further communication from him. There were 24 further consecutive messages to the victim until he was blocked from messaging her. The victim says Price then came to her place of employment on 3 separate occasions over a one-week period, but made no purchases and had no other reason to be on the property, causing her to be in further fear and distress. Police charged Price with stalking, and he’s free on a $500 bond.
Officers say they have identified Dyandria “Shonta Black” Sealey as the person who used the OfferUp app to scam Lelia Burke on the sale of a Playstation before Christmas. They say Sealey accepted $499 via CashApp but never showed up to deliver the Playstion, and never had any intention of doing so. After receiving account data back from both OfferUp and Cashapp, it was determined both accounts belonged to her, with her confirmed phone number and email address, and personal identifying information for the banking portions.
24-year-old Jamey Tingen is charged with harassment after Elizabeth Crockett filed a harassment complaint. An arrest warrant alleges Tingen was notified to stop contacting Crockett, yet she continued to send threatening and annoying text messages.