A shooter killed a man, then took a trip to a strip club to take his mind off the murder, according to a Riviera Beach Police arrest report.
But some strangers giving him a ride home from the club phoned police after he told them he killed someone earlier that day, police said.
The caller and two other men in the car told police that Chavers, whom they didn’t know, asked them for a ride after getting kicked out of Sugar Daddy’s, an adult cabaret business in West Palm Beach.
Police used witness statements and surveillance video to link Rodney Chavers, 41, of Riviera Beach, to the killing of Tarrie Wilder, 42. Chavers was arrested Monday on a second-degree murder charge.
“Mr. Chavers stated that he just shot someone earlier today. Mr. Chavers further explained that a subject punched him in the face and that he shot and killed him for doing so,” a detective wrote in the report, based on the man’s statement.
After telling the men about the killing, Chavers explained he went to the strip club to “get his mind off of what happened,” according to the report.
I had a friend who would go to the strip club any time he was stressed. I don’t think Chavers will be seeing any strippers for a while, so I hope he got a hell of a lap dance.