Topic: Kenny Bradley
Clarksville, TN – There were two robberies on March 19th and March 29th which Clarksville Police believed involved the same suspect. One was March 19th, 2013 around 7:00pm at 303 College Street. The other was March 20th, 2013 around 3:50am at 301 Providence Boulevard.
Detective Kenny Bradley’s investigation has resulted in Joshua Charles Dunlap being charged for the robbery which occurred at 301 Providence Boulevard. Since Dunlap is still a resident in Montgomery County Jail, the warrant for Aggravated Robbery will be served on him in jail.
Clarksville, TN – There were two robberies, overnight, which Clarksville Police believe involves the same suspect.
On March 19th, 2013 around 7:00pm, Police were called to a robbery at 303 College Street. The suspect entered the store, displayed a handgun, and demanded money from the 38 year old male clerk. Once he received the money, he fled from the scene.
Clarksville Fire Rescue and Clarksville Police Investigators determine Residential House Fire to be Accidental
Clarksville Police and Fire Investigations are working in unison to determine the cause of a residential fire in which an 80 year old woman was found deceased inside.
Clarksville, TN – On November 5th, 2012, around 11:07pm, Emergency responders were called to the scene of a residential house fire. Emergency personnel were on scene within three minutes and the house was already engulfed in flames.
The investigation into the cause of the residential house fire in which Carolyn Hinton died was determined be accidental.
Clarksville Police report Suspicious Activity grabs Man’s attention which leads to Residential Burglars getting Caught
A man who paid attention when he saw suspicious activity helps Clarksville Police put burglars behind bars.
Clarksville, TN – On June 14th, 2012, around 12:30pm, a watchful neighbor saw some activity which seemed suspicious to him.
He saw a man get out of the passenger side a Buick in the area of 474 Circle Drive, walk around talking on a cell phone, knock on the door of 474 Circle Drive and then get picked up a short time later by the same vehicle.
Clarksville, TN – A 17 year old juvenile was charged with three counts of Aggravated Robbery on March 28th. The robbery occurred during a drug transaction which took place March 19th in the area of the Public Library. The 17 year old pointed a gun at three individuals while another male took items from their pockets.
The 17 year was developed as a suspect and charged for his involvement in the robbery. The juvenile was placed on house arrest. Due to problems while on house arrest a warrant was issued to transport the 17 year old to a juvenile detention facility. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance for any information in reference to a vehicle arson which occurred February 18th, 2011 between 2:30am and 3:17am in the parking lot of Kroger’s, 1489 Madison Street.
A blue 2009 Suzuki was set on fire and a racial slur was burned into the trunk. Anyone with information can contact Detective Kenny Bradley, 648-0656, ext. 2317, or the TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477.
Clarksville, TN – Detective Kenny Bradley completed the investigation into the damage to the DoughBoy statue which occurred November 25th, 2010.
The hand of the statue was damaged after Matthew Arrington, 27, of Clarksville climbed up on the retaining wall, “knocked” on the stock of the rifle in the statue’s left hand, at which time, the hand broke and the rifle dropped to the ground.
Clarksville, TN – On November 17th, 2010, around 7:17pm, Police received a call from a man who was hiding in a back room of an apartment at 500 Kraft Street after two men forced their way into the residence. The two men were unaware the man was in the back room calling Police.
After the two men, later identified as Charles Yebuah and Timothy Cox, forced their way into the apartment, they held the occupants at gunpoint and demanded money and cell phones from the victims. The robbers took two XBOX systems, 3 cell phones, cash, and three XBOX games and fled from the residence. Officers were on scene and had the building surrounded within three minutes.
Two juveniles, 12 and 16 years of age, were charged on August 19, 2009 with crimes which were committed at the Tabernacle Church property on Market Street, August 16, 2009. An investigation by Detective Kenny Bradley showed that the 16 year old used a lighter to set a fire inside of a closet in a building on Market Street. It was determined that the fire was not set accidently and the damage to the building was over $200,000. Furthermore, the same 16 year old and a 12 year old entered two trailer buildings on Market Street and caused about $2100 of damage to computers, books, and windows. They caused the damage by using water and discharging a fire extinguisher all over the room. There was also two computer zip drives taken. «Read the rest of this article»
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