CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Police have made an arrest in connection with a robbery that took place at McGregor Park on December 4th.
According to a Clarksville Police report, at around 6:30 p.m., a 21-year-old man in pursuit of a Facebook romance arranged a meeting at McGregor Park with a woman, Sonya Howard, that he had been corresponding with on Facebook.
Howard did not show up, but Ayla Perigo, who claimed to be Howard’s sister-in-law, did. She told the 21-year-old that she needed to meet him to ensure he was okay for Sonya. As the man and Perigo were walking on the sidewalk, they were approached by a man, later identified as Ryan Anthony Dunn, who asked for a smoke. The 21-year-old refused to give him a cigarette and started to walk away, at which time he was struck in the back of the head by Dunn, lost consciousness, and fell to the ground. The man quickly regained consciousness and saw Dunn and Perigo running away.
The man discovered that his pocket knife, lighter and some flint were missing from his possession. He had visible signs of injury and was taken to Gateway where he was found to have a broken foot, swollen jaw and a head injury. He was treated and released.
On December 11th, Ryan Anthony Dunn (W/M, DOB: 1/15/88, Given Address: 1160 Charlotte Hollow Rd., Charlotte, Tenn.) was booked into Montgomery County Jail and charged with Robbery. His bond was set at $10,000.
The investigation is ongoing and more charges are possible. The lead investigator is Detective Tracy Woodruff.
Please note: Information in this report is provided by the Clarksville Police Department and as such is a public record. Arrests, citations and charges are not meant to imply guilt.
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