Clarksville neighbor breaks into woman’s home through crawlspace

39-year-old Richmond Caudill was charged with aggravated burglary after a witness observed the man attempting to break into a neighboring resident’s home through the crawlspace of the house.

On June 29th, Officer Boyce received a call regarding a reported aggravated burglary on Jeffrey St in Clarksville. Upon arrival, Boyce made contact with a woman who informed law enforcement that Richmond Caudill was inside her crawl space. The woman was notified of the incident by a neighbor, who was identified as Dana Crowe. Crowe stated that, while on her way to an appointment, she observed Caudill enter the residence through the home’s crawlspace door.

Richmond Caudill (MCSO)
Richmond Caudill (MCSO)

According to the affidavit, Caudill ran an extension cord from his location to a neighboring home. The space reportedly has electrical and water capabilities, due to its abnormal size. Caudill was not given consent by the woman to be inside the crawlspace nor the home.

Richmond Caudill was arrested and charged with aggravated burglary. His bond was set at $10,000.

Blaine Kellar

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