At the time, Robbie was a freshmen baseball player at Maryville College and Courtney was a junior softball player at Belmont University.The date was arranged by Robbie’s assistant baseball coach and Courtney’s roommate who were also dating.Clarksville police arrested four people in connection with the death of a woman in a Wilson Court home. Thursday, police were called to 108 Wilson Court and found 39-year-old Shirley Beck dead inside the home. Late Thursday night, police arrested four suspects and charged them with criminal homicide.Police arrested Alphonso Richardson, 24, Matthew Reynolds, 27, Derek Vicchito, 36, and Cynthia Skipper, 46.After the games and festivities, it was almost time for Robbie to go back to East Tennessee.
After Courtney graduated that may, she moved to Maryville to start a job and that is when their relationship began another chapter.After the games, they went to a hole-in- the-wall Italian restaurant at at night.At the table was Courtney’s Sister and her now husband, one of her closest friends and the two people that set them up on the blind date. When the food arrived, Courtney got up and went to the bathroom, after about 15 minutes, the matchmaker and the friend had left the table tocheck on her.On that day, Robbie rode up to see Courtney play a double header.Maybe it was a sign of things to come, but Courtney hit a home run in the first game.Police would not say what led them to the arrest of Beck's four roommates."We've been here about three weeks," said neighbor David Demonbreun. Makes me wonder if we still want our children over here. We said a little prayer for her and her family and friends.