25-year-old Tiawanna L Brown is jailed on a $10,000 bond after police say she stole a U-Haul truck. Officer initially noticed the U-Haul without a license plate in Germantown and conducted a traffic stop. Inside the vehicle was a passenger, Tiawanna, who clearly stated the U-Haul was hers, and the other person was only driving for her because she didn’t have a license. The driver was arrested on a separate and unrelated outstanding warrant. Tiawanna presented a rental agreement from early June, which was consistent with the stolen vehicle report.
24-year-old Tristen Nathaniel Little is now jailed on an outstanding warrant from September of 2021, charging him with felony auto theft. The warrant states his grandmother, Teresa Hunter, allowed him to stay with her for a few days, and while she was sleeping, he took the keys to her car and her iPhone. A few days after the theft, he contacted his grandmother to say the vehicle had now been impounded by the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office.
As Metro Nashville Police were taking 22-year-old Zeinab Mganga into custody for being in a stolen vehicle, she attempted to flee, and two seemingly uninvolved men, 19-year-old Abdullahi Adan and 18-year-old Steven Niyirera approached officers, attempting to set her free while attacking the officers and causing a large disturbance. Everyone is free on pre-trial release.
18-year-old Zyon Webb is charged with felony automobile theft after police responded to a vehicle blocking a lane of travel while having mechanical issues. They found the 18-year-old driving a 2014 Nissan Quest registered to a Josefina Sosa. Webb told the officer he had just purchased the vehicle this morning, however, his mother was also at the scene, and she told officers Webb had no financial means to purchase a vehicle, and there’s no way this vehicle could be his. After police were able to make contact with the vehicle owner, she confirmed the vehicle had been stolen from Antioch. Webb was booked on the outstanding warrant Thursday and remains jailed in lieu of a $10,000 bond.
58-year-old Richard Corrigan told police “The Lord gave me the vehicle, keys and all” when they inquired why he was sitting in a stolen 2018 Econoline van Saturday night. Bond was set at $5,000.
28-year-old Lindsay Stooksbury remains jailed in lieu of a $25,000 bond after refusing to return a Nashville woman’s vehicle, which she had initially borrowed using the peer-to-peer car-sharing service, Turo. She blocked the owner’s phone and disabled the vehicle’s GPS, but the vehicle was eventually located in Florida.
19-year-old Ezekiel Mathis was booked into the Metro Jail Tuesday on several outstanding warrants, one of which alleges he sold a stolen iPad to an EcoATM in Antioch, using his own photo ID for the transaction. Other warrants charge him with fleeing from police in 2018, leaving a gun and stolen car behind.
Eric Ray Kincherlow III, 26, is held in a Nashville jail in lieu of an $11,000 bond on drug and auto-theft related charges after police noticed him trying to avoid them at Riverchase Apartments.
One teen evades capture, while a 15-year-old driver is charged with reckless driving, evading arrest, and vehicle theft. In January, the same teen was charged with vehicle theft and evading arrest. In that case, the teen admitted to taking a 2010 Mercedes SUV parked on Sunnymeade Drive.
Erica Dunning Hutcherson, 34, is charged with auto theft, after police say she stopped to view a Cadillac for sale in the front yard of a residence, asked to view the title, then got in the car with the title, drove to another county, and registered the vehicle as her own.