Seems the single mother has been jumping from apartment to apartment, following eviction after eviction. Apparently the former wife of a Charlotte restaurateur has found a way to live rent free or at least so she thinks. Ms. Willocks has racked countless "Summary Ejection" filings in Mecklenburg County alone over the last 10 years, the most recent one filed just last week.
Eviction actions filed by case number in Mecklenburg County:
FIA Card DBA Bank America
Kingsley Home Owners Association
Brock & Scott
Staying just one step ahead of the law has been her M/O. That is until she was stopped for speeding in a work zone and was arrested for (DWLR) driving with a revoked license on September 10, 2013.
|Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office 2012|
|Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office 2010|
Apparently Ms. Willocks lost her NCDL thanks to one or more drunk driving arrests in 2010, 2011 or 2012. But she has reportedly been seen driving around Charlotte with impunity.
CP Bonus: Thanks to a CP reader, apparently Ms. Willocks is a promo girl for a liquor wholesale operation out of Florida known as Independence Spirits, LLC. the maker of "Sweet Revenge" a strawberry flavored "high proof" Liquor.
A couple of prior addresses this woman has used under different aliases:
11910 Royal Castle Ct, Charlotte, NC 28277
821 Selwyn Oaks Court, Charlotte, NC 28209
Confessions - Admittedly I'm a fan of "This American Life" and host Ira Glass. I simply love the framework that is used to tell a story. Often a story that is too in-depth to tell via mainstream media. Too controversial or too detailed for most of America to follow.
And isn't that what a blog like Cedar Posts should point out?
Admittedly at first I was hesitant to even admit I found this interesting and in fact vastly enlightening. I feared I would offend some of my police friends and family.
But imagine if you where charged with crime you didn't commit, and that crime was murder. What if the evidence was overwhelming and no one believed you were innocent? What if all the facts, charge card signatures and surveillance photos provided it was you? Would you confess to a crime you didn't commit?
The answer of course is NO! or at least that is what one veteran police detective used to think, until he reopened a cold case and reviewed the charges he help bring against a women named Kim.
"It was 1994. A man was found dead by the Anacostia River in Washington, DC. He'd been tied up and savagely beaten. Someone had taken his wallet and used his credit card at a liquor store, a drug store, and a Chinese restaurant. Police also had a surveillance photo from an ATM that looked like this woman named Kim. From public documents, they saw that her handwriting matched the signatures on the credit card slips.
Jim Trainum was the lead detective on this case. It was one of his first major homicide investigations. And when he started interrogating Kim, she just denied everything. She told him she didn't know the dead men. She'd never signed any credit card slips. So they sat there for hours going back and forth. Then early that afternoon, Kim started to crack."
Eventually Kim admitted to the crime, the trouble is she didn't kill anyone in fact she had nothing at all to do with the murder. In fact she couldn't have, but still she confessed to killing someone. Why?