Man leaving Walmart in vehicle charged with trespassing

35-year-old Timothy Tuberville was charged with criminal trespassing after attempting to go to Wal-Mart just 7 months after being previously charged for the same thing.

On October 15th, Clarksville Police Department Officer Matthew Roederer arrived at Wal-Mart, located at 3050 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard, in response to a criminal trespassing call.

Timothy Tuberville (MCSO)
Timothy Tuberville (MCSO)

Roederer spoke with loss prevention who advised of a couple that they wanted to trespass from the property. They also stated they were in a red Ford Focus trying to leave, Officer Roederer stopped the vehicle, and Timothy Tuberville stepped out, was detained, and informed that his prior criminal trespass charge from March this year was still valid.

Timothy was taken to the hospital in May of this year after an altercation where his brother, Michael Tuberville, fired a blank round from a shotgun in his face before hitting him with the gun itself.

Timothy Tuberville was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing. He was released on a $250 bond.

Justan Weston

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