Unhoused man charged with trespassing at Walmart when identified by loss prevention

29-year-old Zachary Case was charged with criminal trespassing after being on Wal-Mart property. He has previously been trespassed from the company grounds and has received trespassing charges multiple times.

On October 14th, Clarksville Police Department Officer Kevin Westover arrived at Wal-Mart, located at 3050 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard, in response to a criminal trespassing call. Zachary Case, who has previously been arrested for criminal trespassing on Wal-Mart property, was identified by the loss prevention officer Kenneth Pedrosa.

Zachary Case (MCSO)
Zachary Case (MCSO)

Case has previously been charged with vandalism and criminal trespassing at this same Wal-Mart in August for damaging the packaging on a pair of Bluetooth headphones, valued at $49.88. He was also charged with trespassing in 2018.

Zachary Case was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $500 bond.

Justan Weston

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