Police Blotter: Ruby Street Resident Dealing With People In White Hoods

Friday, August 1, 2014
 Chad Clowdus
Chad Clowdus

A Ruby Street resident told police several people in white hoods and white robes tried to get into his house.

Kimothy Robinson said when that did not work, they went across the street to a church.

Police could not find anyone in white hoods and white robes.

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The manager of Allure on Rossville Boulevard said an employee was stealing company funds.

He said a video showed Chad Clowdus selling items and placing money under the register.

The manager paid a "mystery shopper" to purchase a dancer's pole that sells for $250.99. She said Clowdus told her he would sell it for $180 if she would pay cash.

Clowdus, 34, was charged with theft under $500.

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Erica Bailey said her new renters on Tomahawk Drive complained of a leak and low water pressure.

She was surprised since the water had been fine a couple of weeks earlier.

A plumber checked out the problem and found that all the copper piping had been stolen.

To fix the problem will cost $7,000-$10,000.

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Officers responded to a domestic disturbance on Webb Oak Court. George and Tiahshala Nesbitt were the combatants.

Ms. Nesbitt said they were arguing after he threw her child's clothing in the trash. He took her phone and dropped it in the grass. She picked it up and he took it again, then broke it and threw it in the back yard.

She said she picked up his TV and dropped it on the concrete. He then broke her phone and pushed her into a wall.

Police said Ms. Nesbitt had several bloody cuts on her elbow and her phone was broken beyond redemption.

Mr. Nesbitt said he has a child by another woman and that has been a problem. He said Ms. Nesbitt threw that child's clothing in the trash. He said he responded by taking her child's clothing and putting them in the garbage.

He said she then broke his TV and speakers. Then they broke each other's phones.

Police hauled both to jail.



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