A disturbance at Rite Aid Pharmacy resulted in the arrest of a man who was using one of several of his aliases to hide an extensive criminal history throughout numerous states.
Officers Dominick Andidora and Jeffrey Martin were dispatched to Rite Aid on the disturbance call on Jan. 26. When they arrived at the store, they found a black male and black female fighting with each other while they were in an intoxicated condition. The woman was identified as Sidyea Hainey, 31, of 47 Pearl St. #3, and the man identified himself as "Terrance Robinson."
According to the affidavit, the two purchased several items with a pre-paid Visa card at 4:30 p.m., then returned at 5:45 p.m. claiming they couldn't find the card and asking for a new one. However, when they were told by store employee Crystal Skeen that they would have to pay for another card, they became angry and began verbally abusing Skeen.
Hainey and "Robinson" then began arguing with each other and they stepped outside, where he slammed Hainey's head off the brick wall while the two were standing in the doorway. They walked back into the store and started yelling at Skeen again, and the two continued to act in a disorderly manner when Officers Andidora and Martin arrived on the scene.
Andidora and Martin handcuffed both suspects due to their unruly behavior. At police headquarters, a background check was run on "Robinson" and he was identified as Kashon Mack, 38, also of 47 Pearl Street.
Police also discovered that Mack has an extensive criminal history stretching over a number of years and different states — comprising some 13 full pages when printed out in full — including, among numerous other crimes, for multiple drug charges, possession as well as distribution of heroin and cocaine, trafficking in illegal drugs, robbery while in possession of a firearm, aggravated assault, resisting arrest with force, criminal impersonation of another to obtain benefits, and hindering prosecution.
Mack has been arrested under a variety of false names, or aliases, such as "Terrance Robinson," "Terrance Robertson," "Tyree Watermin," "Terry Robinson," and "Shanon Jackson."
While he was at police headquarters, Mack continued to act in a disorderly manner, spitting on the wall of the holding area. He also threatened the police officers, saying he would "get even with them" by taking it out on their families, and calling them "white honky crackers."
Mack was arrested on charges of simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, making terroristic threats, ethnic intimidation, public drunkenness, providing false identification to law enforcement authorities, making false reports to law enforcement authorities, false swearing in official matters, and prohibited acts.
Hainey was cited for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness and then released.