Thursday evening, Crossville police were called to Glenwood Place for a report that 44-year-old Sally Renae Selby was there unwanted. The manager of the trailer park said Selby was staying in a trailer on the grounds without permission. Officers approached Selby and told her she was not allowed on any Glenwood Trailer Park property. According to the arrest report, she gathered her belongings and left.
Less than an hour later, officers found Selby back at the trailer park, making herself quite at home, seated in a lawn chair and drinking a beer. Selby – who was arrested last Friday for taking a motorized Walmart scooter for a ride to Waffle House in search of coffee – was taken into custody for criminal trespass.