Men involved in crash; one tells occupant of other vehicle “This is my car now”

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22-year-old Jordan Stine and 24-year-old Wyatt Matthews were charged with carjacking when they got into an accident with the victim, stole his vehicle, and punched him in the face before fleeing the scene in their original vehicle.

On November 17th, Jordan Stine and Wyatt Matthews were reportedly involved in a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Gallatin Pike and McGavock Pike. The warrant states Stine proceeded to exit the vehicle and approached Evan Winsor, stating, “this is my car now.” Stine then punched him in the face when Winsor got out of his vehicle. Per the report, Winsor ran away after being punched and Stine chased him all the way to the American Legion. Once Winsor returned with another witness, he discovered Stine and Matthews rummaging through his vehicle behind a nearby building.

The witness and Winsor were able to remove the men from his vehicle. Stine and Matthews went back to their vehicle and fled the scene. Bystanders told the officers that Matthews was picked up by someone after they found their vehicle parked near the intersection of McGavock Pike and Riverside Drive. When officers retrieved Matthews from his mother’s house, located at 1909 McGavock Pike, they discovered she had an active order of protection against him. Winsor was able to identify both men in a photo line-up. He also provided the officers with video footage of some of the incident which shows both men.

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22-year-old Jordan Stine was arrested and charged with carjacking. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $75,000 bond.

24-year-old Wyatt Matthews was arrested and charged with carjacking and violating a protection order. He was later released on a $36,500 bond.


Matthews, Wyatt5309581909 MCGAVOCK PIKE
Nashville, TN 37216
Carjacking
Matthews, Wyatt5309581909 MCGAVOCK PIKE
Nashville, TN 37216
Order of Protection Viol.


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