#BoosterClub: Man made his own magnet to steal PlayStation games

Joshua Whorley told police he stole because he “needed the money”, but he also needed a custom magnet to unlock the shelf holding the PlayStation games – so he made one, and brought with him to Walmart Wednesday, where he was arrested, and his case was completed less than 24-hours later. Jazzaine McKinnie is one of Walmart’s best loss prevention folks, and though may not have heard her name specifically, we’ve covered a lot of her shoplifter apprehensions over the years. Jazz was working at the 3458 Dickerson Pike store…

Booster: 4th theft case. No convictions, despite video of thefts. Meet Candice Collins.

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.

Eviction Notice: Zanisha Jenkins (NishaPooh) of the #BoosterClub

On Tuesday, the Haynes Garden apartments filed an eviction notice for Zanisha Jenkins (aka NishaPooh) of the #BoosterClub, who also just bonded out on her 3rd bond of the month – from Davidson, Maury, & Rutherford Counties. She’s facing up to several years in jail, should she get full sentences, as some are felonies, though will likely only serve a few months with probation afterwards. But until then, she’ll need to find somewhere to live, because here’s the detainer warrant that Haynes Garden Apartments filed against her in civil court…

Macy’s theft ring arrested. More Nashville #Boosterclub arrests on the way

On Wednesday, the third member that police say is responsible for a series of thefts from Macy’s department stores in Nashville was arrested. Zanisha Jenkins, who goes by ‘NishaPooh’ online was arrested and charged with two felony counts of theft. Her charge partners are Juwan Williams (Jade Caruthers) and Laronda Booker. The Macy’s players: Zanisha Jenkins (fb) (IG) Juwan Williams (fb) (IG) (IG) (SC) Laronda Booker (fb) (IG) There are several other players from the #BoosterClub with charges pending for other retail thefts throughout Nashville. These are just the three…

The Takedown of a #BoosterClub Icon: Juwan Williams (Jade Caruthers) #Arrested

Juwan Shakur Williams (24), who went by the female name of ‘Jade Caruthers’ (also Pooh Williams), was taken into custody in Nashville on Friday afternoon in a partnership with MNPD officers, detectives, Franklin PD, Metro’s AirONE police helicopter, and her car dealership, who provided real-time GPS tracking. Juwan Williams was wanted for dozens of cases, in counties all over middle Tennessee for his role in leading a team of boosters, stealing clothes and other items from retail stores and re-selling at a much discounted price. In addition to those cases,…

Nashville’s DVD Booster Arrested: Robert Leftwich – $2035 in stolen DVDs

Robert Leftwich was arrested on Friday for yet another DVD theft from a big box store, bringing his 2018 total to over $2035 in stolen DVDs – that he’s been charged with. This arrest stemmed from March 3rd incident, where Robert Leftwich entered Target at 10 AM, and took $1,901 worth of DVDs from the sales floor. He is observed taking DVDs off the shelf, and concealing them on his person, and then walks out of the store, past all points of sale, with no effort to pay, and flees…

Another Booster Busted: Shonterrica Gaines. She’s a runner! #BoosterClub

On Thursday, Shonterrica Gaines was arrested on multiple charges after attempting to boost $789 worth of merchandise from Victoria’s Secret, but she was not about to go down without a fight. MNPD had to chase her the length of two football fields before she was taken into custody. On 02/08/18, Shonterrica Gaines and a co-defendant (Sagovia McKenzie) were inside Victoria’s Secret when loss prevention observed them via security cameras loading items into plastic H&M shopping bags. The loss prevention officer followed the defendants out of the store and then the…