Bowen agreed to a three-year judicial diversion and will have to undergo a psychosexual assessment. According to a report, Bowen reported to police that she went to a park at a.
A Clarksville Police investigation uncovered a Craigslist ad she posted titled "Have a deep dark fantasy. Her phone records showed she made contact with two people the night she reported the rape. Texts revealed she told the individuals she wanted to be duct-taped, gagged, then sexually assaulted, which would include but not be limited to broken arms, black eyes, a broken nose, fractured ribs and other injuries.
In a text Bowen sent Aug. She then texted, "I'm percent consenting to be raped," according to the warrant. When no one came to the park, she went to an address on Cyprus Court, where she engaged in consensual sex and was assaulted, resulting in bruises, abrasions, ripped clothes and a chipped tooth, the warrant said.
A Clarksville woman accused of sexually abusing a year-old girl pleaded guilty and agreed to jail and probation. Sasha Yvette Phillips, 26, was charged with two counts of rape of and one count of aggravated statutory rape. According to Kimberly Lund, assistant district attorney, in June an investigation began after an year-old girl disclosed that when she was 10 years old she engaged in sexual activity with Phillips and Phillips had raped her.
An item used in the sexual assault was analyzed by Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents, and Philips and the victim's DNA was found on it, corroborating the child's story. Friday in Judge William Goodman's court, she accepted the facts of the case and pleaded guilty to three amended charges of aggravated statutory rape. She was sentenced to serve one year in jail and nine years on state probation.
She must register as a sex offender and undergo sex offender treatment. She is to have no contact with the victim. A Clarksville woman pleaded guilty to befriending people and feeding their information to a man so he could burglarize their homes. Kimberly Apryl Rose was charged in two cases with befriending two people through the internet, going to their homes, meeting their families and learning their schedules all for the sake of committing a crime in January and Februaryaccording to Assistant District Attorney Robert Nash.
Rose would then give the information she collected to Curtis Shelton, who would then allegedly burglarize the homes. Rose pleaded guilty to two counts of facilitation of aggravated burglary and agreed to a total sentence of four years on state probation. She must also testify against Shelton.
A Clarksville woman pleaded guilty to obtaining medication using her deceased grandmother's prescription. Meagan Diane Barr, 25, was charged with forged prescription - obtaining drugs by fraud, a Class D felony. She appeared in Judge William Goodman's court Friday and pleaded guilty to two amended counts of simple possession.
According to her indictment, on May 30, July 23, and Aug. Helen O. Facebook Twitter. Clarksville woman ple guilty to false rape report.
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