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A man who was arrested this past February on charges of “Public Intoxication, Disorderly Conduct and 4-Counts of Retaliation for Past Action,” has been rearrested on two similar charges. 34-Year old Kawone M. Henderson was picked up on Courtland Street, where this time around, he was charged with Aggravated Robbery, Public Intoxication and Retaliation.
When police responded to Courtland Street, it was in reference to an armed robbery. Once on the scene, they found Mr. Henderson. Police detained the suspect and noted in a report that he appeared to have a white powdered substance on his top lip and nose. The arresting officer wrote in his report, “Mr. Henderson stated it was baking soda.”
A 19-year old man who lives on Courtland Street, told Officers that he was robbed of $20 after Henderson asked him for a cigarette.
Further details of the case have not been released. The case will go to court on July 3, 2014.
MPD Arrest Report #14-8347 A, B
Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office
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