Nashville booster Davion Pettis was taken into custody Thursday, charged with back to back thefts from West Nashville Target stores.
26-year-old Dominique Danielle Stone was arrested Tuesday, charged with three counts of theft of merchandise, and one count of assault of a store employee who tried to stop her. Though she was just arrested this week, the warrants covered thefts occurring from August of 2018 until February of 2019.
32-year old Kanisha Lunsford was taken into custody Wednesday on an outstanding warrant, charged with theft of a computer cable from Burger King in October, which caused the Nolensville Pk location to be unable to process credit card transactions.
34-year-old Carmen Washington was arrested on Saturday at the Rivergate Mall, after she filled up her aluminum foil and duct tape line shopping bag with items from JC Penney.
Jamie Adair, 22, is facing a felony theft charge after she was caught on video filling bags with merchandise from target, taking them to her car without paying, then going back inside the store to do it all again. Adair then reportedly told police two strangers that she didn’t know forced her to shoplift.
Candice Collins, 35, was arrested again on Wednesday, this time charged with a December shoplifting incident, during which police say her and co-defendant Justin Messick were captured on video stealing merchandise. She continues to avoid consequences, and keep her charges expungeable, despite multiple arrests with video evidence, and continued violations of her never-ending probation.
A car crash led to the arrest of local #Booster Kia Batey, 34, accused of boosting items from Victoria’s Secret at Opry Mills Mall, the day before Valentine’s day. Police note she was “polite and respectful towards officers” during the arrest.
Myleisha Bennett, 18, is currently held in lieu of a $13,500 bond, after police say she a punched store security guard in the face, then told police “I should have knocked his ass out.” She then attempted to sneak pepper spray into jail with her.
Metro Police arrested Elette Hinton late Saturday for her role in the assault of Party City employees in October, when her and crime partner Jalessa Jennings were caught shoplifting and employees tried to prevent them from leaving.
Tangaletta ‘Swift Jay’ Clark, 21, was arrested on multiple charges after she fled from a wrecked vehicle on Sunday. She is a well known member of the ‘#BoosterClub’, with dozens of related charges across middle Tennessee.