Police Blotter: Man Missing Wallet After Sexual Tryst; 2 Ladies Find They Are Dating Same Man

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

A man told police he is missing his wallet after a sexual tryst with a black female he knows only as "Monique."

James Westmoreland said "Monique" came to his house on N. Willow Street "for sexual relations."

He said she left after 20 minutes. A short time later, he noticed that his wallet was no longer on his dresser.

It contained his driver's license, insurance cards and a debit card.

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Eddie Holcomb said tenants did $17,800 in damage to his rental house on Graysville Road.

Items marred included the heating and air, six windows, floors and walls and appliances.

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A woman on Pinewood Drive said a white male took her lawn furniture worth $200.

A neighbor saw a man who was driving a green Chevy Suburban grab the furniture, then drive off.

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Ken Morris, owner of Painter Ready on E. 27th Street, reported the theft of numerous items.

Missing equipment includes two $600 pressure washers, two $500 nail guns, a $250 compressor and a $35 paint roller pole.

There was no evidence of any break-in.

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Kendall Harris said he left his IPhone on a table at the IHOP on Highway 153.

He quickly remembered and was back at the restaurant in 10 minutes.

It was too late.

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Erica Rivers ran into Nakita Benn at an apartment complex on Hixson Pike, and they found they have something in common.

Ms. Benn lives at the complex and Ms. Rivers was visiting her aunt.

Ms. Benn said she is dating Todd Featherstone.

Ms. Rivers said she is too.

Police said, "The two had no issue with each other, but they are very upset with Mr. Featherstone."

Mr. Featherstone left with a friend in Ms. Benn's Hertz rental car. 



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