Nashville Musician charged with stealing guitars from store using multiple schemes

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Nashville Musician Leighton Moylan is charged with theft of merchandise after police say he admitted to ordering a custom guitar into Guitar Center and shipping it to his friend’s house, where he picked it up. He offered to return the guitar once charges were filed.

Vanderbilt Police arrested 23-year-old Leighton Thomas Moylan [IG] [FB] [APL MUS] [SC] [TW] Wednesday, charging him with felony theft of merchandise for a guitar he shipped to the Guitar Center where he worked, then later shipped it to a friend’s house where he picked it up and took it home.

Leighton Moylan (MNPD)
Leighton Moylan (MNPD)

Moylan told police that he still had the guitar, and would return it. The store also says that on several occasions Moylan took items from the store’s inventory, sold them to the store in a transaction, and then taking the cash, or using the store credit toward another purchase.

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Leighton Thomas Moylan is charged with felony theft of merchandise and is free on pre-trial release.

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