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Walker is wanted on 4 counts of Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Burglary, and two General Session Capiases in Tennessee. According to reports, Walker was involved in an altercation in May 2011.The victim said that she and her boyfriend were arguing outside her apartment when Walker became involved in the argument. The victim said she and Walker exchanged words escalating into Walker striking her several times in the face and in the upper body. She was transported to the hospital with abrasions and on her shoulder and right hand.
Walker is wanted for an armed Robbery of AC Automotive in Hopkinsville, Kentucky that occurred on January 30, 2012; where according to reports, two men were robbed and pistol whipped by Walker and three other suspects. The suspects fled the scene; officer’s spotted their vehicle and began chasing them. The suspects bailed out at the Tennessee/Kentucky line and the suspects exchanged shots with the officers. One of the suspects were arrested.
Two days later Clarksville Police Department received information that Christopher Jerome Walker was hiding out the Mid Towner Motel. Police surrounded the motel in a matter of minutes. Police contacted Walker by phone in an effort to negotiate for him to surrender. After briefly talking to the officers he hung up on the officer’s. Police reviewed a video from the motel clerk and it was determined that Walker had fled the motel minutes before the police arrived.
He should be considered armed and dangerous. If you have any information leading to Christopher Jerome Walker arrest please contact The TBI at 1-800-TBI-Find
Sunday, February 19 2012, 06:31 PM CST
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