Woman steals cash from a purse while at job interview

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Video shows 39-year-old Shatika Keeble (Endsley) taking over $1,000 from her Aunt’s purse while she was working. Shatika was at the location for a job interview during the theft.

Shatika Keeble was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on October 29th on an outstanding theft warrant from August and a Grand Jury indictment for Financial Exploitation on another incident. On the theft charge, Metro Police say went to her Aunt’s place of employment in downtown Nashville for a job interview, while the Aunt was working. While Keeble was at the location, security camera footage shows her taking $1,004.30 from her Aunt’s purse, which was her rent money. Keeble initially promised to repay her Aunt, but after three months had passed with no repayment, the Aunt filed a report, and a warrant was issued for Keeble’s arrest for felony theft of property.

Shatika Keeble (MNPD)
Shatika Keeble (MNPD)

Shatika Keeble (Endsley) was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on October 29th for the theft warrant and a Grand Jury Indictment for financial exploitation. She is now free on a $26,000 bond.

COMPLAINT NUMBER: 2019-0351428 WARRANT NUMBER: GS896390 PROSECUTOR: Brent Fisher DEFENDANT: Shatika V Keeble VICTIM: Alethea Turney STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTY OF DAVIDSON AFFIDAVIT Theft of Property- >$1,000 but < $2,500 39-14-103*16 Personally appeared before me, the undersigned, Commissioner, the prosecutor named above and made oath in due form of law that he has probable cause to believe that the defendant named above on 05/07/2019 in Davidson County, did unlawfully deprive the victim of their property and knowingly obtains or exercises control over the property without the victim's consent and that the probable cause is as follows: On May 7th, 2019 the victim went to work with her rent money ($1004.30 cash) in her purse. At that time, the victim worked at 711 Union St. On that date, the defendant, who is the victim's niece, was at the location for a job interview. The defendant was captured on video surveillance stealing the victim's money from her purse. Detective Fisher called the defendant and she stated that she took the money but will repay the victim back. At that time, the victim did not wish to prosecute the defendant. As of August 5th, 2019, the defendant has not reimbursed the victim, so the victim wants to prosecute. ________________________________________ Prosecutor: Brent Fisher 429187 600 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee 37210 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ A R R E S T W A R R A N T _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Information on oath having been made, that on the day and year aforesaid, and in the County aforesaid, the offense of Theft of Property- >$1,000 but < $2,500 E FELONY, as aforesaid, has been committed and charging the defendant thereof, you are therefore commanded, in the name of the State, forthwith to arrest and bring the defendant before a judge of the Court of General Sessions of Davidson County, Tennessee, to answer the above charge. Sworn to and subscribed before me on 08/06/2019 16:08:28. ________________________________________ Chris Sanders Hofstetter Judge of the Metropolitan General Sessions Court/Commissioner 1 of 1 pages

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