Magistrate sets $20 bond for Monica Spendlove, who put roommate’s belongings by the dumpster

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Metro Nashville Police responded to Views on the Cumberland, where Ashley Nall reported her roommate, Caroline Hathaway, messaged her to advise that another roommate,39-year-old Monica Spendlove, was throwing some of Nall’s personal items. Officers made contact with Spendlove, who admitted to entering Nall’s room and putting some of her things outside near a dumpster for disposal. Some of the property included a Yeti cooler and Vanderbilt coasters. The property’s value was estimated at $300.

Monica Spendlove (MNPD)
Monica Spendlove (MNPD)

Monica Spendlove was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on July 22nd, charged with theft of property. She is free on a $20 cash bond.

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  1. Tracey Fleming

    What a shame $20 cash bond. What does that say for that girl’s things and the police officer? It really makes a laugh out of them. What a joke. Why even go through all of that time and trouble. It’s a joke. It really makes me mad. That girl lost things that really she liked but it doesn’t matter if she liked them or not the other girl did wrong. 20 dollars what a joke. I really feel for these police officers.

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