Clarksville resident stalks woman by installing tracking device to vehicle

56-year-old Randall Cohoon was charged with stalking and three counts of contempt of court after installing a tracking device onto a woman’s vehicle and followed her around and called her 19 consecutive times.

On June 2nd, Officer Riley was dispatched to 513 Kraft St regarding reported stalking. Upon arrival, Riley made contact with the victim, who informed law enforcement that Randall Cohoon had contacted her 19 times from a blocked number. According to the affidavit, Cohoon would strictly say “Hello” each time the woman answered the phone and would then hang up. The woman stated that Cohoon had additionally contacted her a day prior, saying “Why are you on Garfield, why are you going a different way home?”

Randall Cohoon (MCSO)
Randall Cohoon (MCSO)

Cohoon had also arrived uninvited to a Nashville diner where the victim and her friend were eating. After the occurrences, the woman was under the presumption that she was being tracked. The victim proceeded to take the vehicle to an automotive shop, where a mechanic discovered a tracker underneath the steering column. Both parties own a set of keys to the vehicle and its registration belongs to Cohoon and the woman. Further investigation revealed the woman to have an active condition of release against Cohoon.

On June 28th, Randall Cohoon was arrested and charged with stalking and three counts of contempt of court. His bond was set at $59,000.

Blaine Kellar

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