20-year-old wannabe booster Brionna Grissom was stealing at the Rivergate Mall on October 30th. Grissom was seen on camera concealing jewelry and not offering payment at the JCPenney store. The total of the items was $20.00. Grissom was booked on the citation for shoplifting on November 21st.
21-year-old Samya Simmons was caught stealing out of JCPenney at the Rivergate Mall on October 30th. Simmons was seen on camera taking jewelry from a stand and concealing it without offering payment. The stolen items were valued at $78.00. Simmons was issued a citation and booked for shoplifting on November 21st.
18-year-old Tylar Lester was issued a citation on September 28th after she was caught stealing from the Walmart on Charlotte Pike. Loss prevention officers advised that Lester walked into the store, grabbed items off the shelf, and walked out the door without paying for them. She was taken into custody, and $482.57 worth of merchandise was recovered. She was booked on the citation this week.
27-year-old Wesley Worthington was jailed on June 5th after shoplifting from Dillard’s at Rivergate Mall. Police spoke with loss prevention officers who said they saw Worthington take a yellow t-shirt into the bathroom and left without the t-shirt in hand. Worthington was stopped by the loss prevention officers and caught with a yellow Costa T-shirt concealed in his pants. The cost of the T-shirt was $20. He was taken into custody for the misdemeanor offense due to an outstanding warrant from Bedford County.
36-year-old Anea Simon was jailed on April 15th for stealing a shirt from Dillard’s at Rivergate Mall. Police responded, and Dillard’s management removed merchandise from her purse that they saw her steal on camera. She was given a Notice of Trespass, and police watched the video evidence of her stealing a shirt that was valued at $89. Simon does not qualify for a citation as she is an out-of-state resident.
39-year-old Joshua Connor is now charged with felony burglary after concealing a 12-pack of beer valued at $12.00 in his backpack at the Antioch Walmart in an effort to steal it, according to police. Loss prevention detained Connor and retrieved the merchandise. Due to him previously being trespassed from the location, Metro Nashville Police charged him with felony burglary.
21-year-old Lundyia Woods was jailed this week, just three days after one of her accomplices, Jalyn Miller, identified her as being involved in their theft from a Bed Bath & Beyond store, in which they each stole a $100 comforter set. The third accomplice, Alexis Flemmings, has not yet been arrested.
Police say 30-year-old Kaylee Ruth Hand walked into the Target store on Charlotte Pike Wednesday and filled a shopping cart full of merchandise worth $1,019. She then pushed the full cart past all points of sale and attempted to exit the store when she was stopped by loss prevention. Officers arrived and took her into custody for felony theft.
19-year-old Janiyah Buchanan was one of several young women caught concealing items in their personal bags from the Forever 21 store inside Opry Mills Mall on Saturday. In total, the group took approximately $700 in merchandise, which police were able to confirm via the store’s security video, which they watched while Mall Security detained some of the suspects in the parking lot. Buchanan did not qualify for a citation as she had an outstanding warrant from a May theft where she, along with other co-defendants, took over $500 in merchandise from the Burlington Coat Factory in Madison.
18-year-old Tykerria Foxx is charged with theft after police say she walked into the Rivergate Best Buy store, selected two Playstation controllers valued at $150, and fled out the front door. She was able to be identified by police with assistance from loss prevention. Once the warrant was signed on September 29th, she was booked on the warrant on October 3rd.