32-year-old Shelecia Craig is charged with shoplifting after loss prevention says she entered the Walmart on Madison St. and selected various merchandise valued at $91.84. She then took the items to the service desk and received a refund, resulting in a fraudulent return. Walmart is seeking restitution for the total amount listed.
Derrick Boling jailed for $69 theft from Walmart
41-year-old Derrick Boling reportedly walked into the Walmart on Wilma Rudolph Blvd in March 2022 and walked out with $69.34 worth of merchandise concealed in a large bag. After he was identified, a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was booked on that warrant this week and is free on a $1,000 bond.
Harold Baker charged with felony Walmart Burglary; items never left the building
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.
Jennifer Lemasters says she was robbed at Walmart; CPD says that was a lie
35-year-old Jennifer Lemasters told police that while she was at the Walmart on Wilma Rudolph Blvd in Clarksville that a man wearing a blue hoodie put a knife to her throat and took her purse and cellphone by force. She contacted Clarksville Police and reported the robbery. Officers were able to obtain video footage of Mrs. Lemasters from the time she arrived until the time she met with CPD Officers, and at no time did anyone come near or around her, much less threaten or rob her of anything. She is now charged with filing a false report, which is a felony.
Toni Camia charged with felony burglary after stealing $42.93 in groceries from Walmart
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.
Zamyia Ligon charged in series of Walmart thefts totaling $45, and they want their money back
19-year-old Zamyia Ligon is free on a $1,000 bond after being arrested this week on 5 outstanding shoplifting charges from October and November of 2021. Warrants show she walked out of Walmart on Madison Street with merchandise totaling $3.66 on 10/22, $6.54 on 10/26, $10.71 on $10/27, $6.54 again on 10/29, and $18.02 on 11/03. In total, Walmart says they lost $45.47 and are asking for full restitution.
Christopher Clark charged in murder of William Eakes, Jr., in Walmart shooting — Fort Campbell Blvd
On March 1st, at approximately 11:54 pm, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a shooting in progress call at Walmart, 1680 Ft. Campbell Blvd. At 12:11 am, officers located the suspect, 42-year-old Christopher Clark (white male), coming out of the woods behind Planet Fitness, 1600 Ft. Campbell Blvd. Clark was taken into custody without incident. The victim has been identified as 55-year-old William Eakes Jr. (white male). At this time there is no known connection between Clark and Eakes.
Serial shoplifter arrested again — Nefertiti Jones charged in $111 Walmart theft
28-year-old Nefertiti Jones was jailed on January 28th on an outstanding warrant from a January 2nd shoplifting incident at the Madison Street Walmart. Court records allege she concealed $111.09 in merchandise and walked past all points of sale to leave the building. Walmart is seeking restitution. She was taken into custody on this charge as police served an outstanding violation of probation warrant which was drug-related on the same day.
Fentanyl found in purse of shoplifting suspect — Tiana Thorpe
Clarksville Police say they searched the purse of 27-year-old Tiana Thorpe during a shoplifting investigation at Walmart on Fort Campbell Blvd and found 3 grams of a substance that tested positive for containing fentanyl, along with a straw and baggies with residue.
Thorpe is free on a $25,000 bond.