Circle K stabbing getaway driver charged with criminal facilitation

20-year-old Christopher Hopper was charged with criminal facilitation of a felony after it was discovered that he drove his brother to the Circle K on Lafayette Road to purchase illegal narcotics, and then drove him away from the scene after two men had been stabbed, per report.

On August 24th, Clarksville Police Department Officers were dispatched to a stabbing at the Circle K at 648 Lafayette Road. While investigating the incident, it was found that Christopher Hopper facilitated a felony by transporting his brother, Hunter Hopper, to the Circle K in order to purchase illegal narcotics.

Christopher Hopper (MCSO)
Christopher Hopper (MCSO)

According to the affidavit, while at Circle K, Hunter Hopper assaulted Cedric St. Hill and Nathaniel Crowder with a knife. Both St. Hill and Crowder sustained stab wounds and required medical treatment for their injuries. Christopher drove Hunter away from the Circle K after the assault took place.

On August 25th, Christopher Hopper was arrested and charged with criminal facilitation of a felony. His bond was set $100,000.

Keem Edwards

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