22-year-old Chris Harris, better known as Nashville rapper ‘BlaccBoiJuice (IG @Juice_10K)‘, remains jailed in lieu of a $132,500 bond after a fleeing from police in a stolen Lexus, and crashing. He had the keys to another stolen vehicle in his pocket, and had an outstanding warrant from February, when he fled from a traffic stop in yet another stolen vehicle.
Metro Nashville Police’s internal computer system, called ‘ARMS’, has an alert when you pull up information on Chris Harris, aka ‘BlaccBoiJuice’, that lets the officer know he is a ‘KNOWN CAR THIEF’. He lived up to that informational alert last Thursday, when Airport police say they received multiple stolen vehicle alerts from the Nashville Airport’s automated license plate readers.
The first alert triggered at 11:30 a.m. Thursday morning, sending Airport Police scrambling toward an alert of a stolen 2013 black Lexus on the property, however no contact was made with the vehicle. A second alert triggered just two hours later, at 1:30 p.m., and this time all Airport Police units responded to Terminal Drive with lights and sirens in an attempt to stop the fleeing vehicle, but were unsuccessful. The Lexus crashed into another vehicle on Terminal Drive, and several individuals exited the vehicle, and fled on foot in different directions.
One of the individuals that fled was caught and eventually identified as Chris Harris, aka ‘BlaccBoiJuice’. Harris was cuffed, and a search revealed a key fob to a red Dodge Charger in his pocket, the vehicle reported stolen from Avis Car Rental. The Charger was seen on video exiting the airport with the Lexus earlier in the day. A search of the now crashed Lexus revealed a Remington RP9 handgun.
When officers asked Harris for his name or identification, he provided with a fake date of birth, attempting to make officers believe he was a juvenile. Eventually his actual identity was confirmed, and he was additional charged with those outstanding warrants, one of which was from a February 25th incident where he was pulled over for a broken headlight by MNPD Officer Blaze Williams, and when he was asked to step out of the vehicle, instead fled at a high rate of speed, leaving the officer standing on the side of the road. This incident was recorded on one of the department’s new body-worn cameras that are in testing, as well as dashcam, however the department would not release the video, citing an ongoing investigation.
Harris is charged with the following, with a total bond of $132,500.00:
- Vehicle Theft ($10K – $60K)
- Evading Arrest, Motor Vehicle, Risk of Injury
- Theft ($10K – $60K)
- Theft ($10K – $60K)
- Criminal Impersonation
- Evading Arrest
- Weapon, Handgun
- Weapon, Felon in possession
- Leaving Scene of Accident
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