25-year-old Tatyana Burgess was taken into custody for three counts of theft on February 8th. On April 25th, 2023, Burgess stole $520 worth of merchandise from Academy Sports on Gallatin Pike North and fled before officers arrived. Then, on December 21st, 2023, Mark Wagner, a loss prevention officer, observed Burgess and an unknown individual walk into the Old Navy at Tanger Outlet Mall on Cane Ridge Road, each carrying a bag. Then, Burgess took clothes off the shelves and brought them to the unidentified individual so they could place them in their bags. Once the bags were filled with $1,854.54 worth of items, they walked past the points of sale and left the location. Then, on January 2nd, Burgess and two others, one female and one male, entered the GAP at Tanger Outlet Mall. Burgess walked around the store removing security tags and handing clothes to the male, who concealed them in a blue plastic bag before they left without paying. Officers used store video footage, TN DL pictures, and Facebook to help identify Burgess. Burgess has a history of shoplifting charges in multiple states.
24-year-old Moises Beas let a man into the Mapco he was working at while it was closed, and the man stole from the store. On July 13th, Moises worked at the Mapco on Bell Rd in Antioch and cleaned the store while it was briefly closed. While cleaning, security footage showed him meet Renas Kestay at the front door. He briefly went outside and spoke with Renas then the two both entered the store. Moises went to the backroom and continued cleaning while Renas filled a trash bag with approximately $1,195 worth of lottery tickets and cigarettes. Moises leaned into the camera view to see if Renas was done stealing. He wrote a statement saying that he knowingly let Renas into the store to steal while he looked away. He was placed under arrest for theft of merchandise on August 16th.
24-year-old Carlos Romano Mejia pulled up alongside another vehicle near Bell Road and Harris Lane on March 13 as they both stopped at a red light. As the light turned green, a Metro Nashville Police officer observed the two cars accelerate at high rates of speed in neighboring lanes as they raced along the roadway. An officer caught up to the 2015 Infiniti G37 driven by Romano Mejia and during the traffic stop he admitted to racing “a little.” He was issued a citation for drag racing and was booked on that citation this week.
18-year-old Dylan Estes was charged with vandalism on December 29th. According to police, Dylan was involved in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend/roommate, Jamie Thompson, over the fact that Jamie wouldn’t return his cell phone, and he became so frustrated he grabbed her laptop and broke it in half, which was observed by police.
33-year-old Andrew Weston was on Broadway in downtown Nashville Saturday, attempting to fight another person when officers working the Entertainment District Initiative observed the scuffle and stepped in to separate the two parties. Weston, who was highly intoxicated, claimed the other person took his iPhone, and the other person was adamant he was mistaken. Officers verified the person he was attempting to fight didn’t have his iPhone and believed the issue to be settled when Weston bolted past officers to attack the person again. He was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.
24-year-old Jack Charrlin, of Highland Park, IL, is charged with felony vandalism after police say he pounded on the glass door side exit door of Honky Tonk Central on Broadway in downtown Nashville until it was completely shattered and destroyed. Bouncer Brandon Valentin says Charrlin was pulling on the exit door from the outside, increasingly becoming more agitated he could not enter through the side door.
Charrlin eventually started hitting the door until it shattered. He was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail and is free on a $3,500 cash bond.
29-year-old Jordan Klochany is charged with the domestic assault of his girlfriend, reportedly upset that his parents found out about his increasing issues with alcohol and a prior domestic incident between the couple just days prior. Court records allege he slammed a door into her face and wrist, then stood over her, mocking her, as she laid on the floor in pain. Klochany admitted to drinking a pint of Whisky and told officers that he was not even home at the time of the incident, and also that he never left the home. Officers could hear him screaming “I’ll break the (inside) door down, it’s that simple!” as they initially approached the home. Jordan Klochany is free on a $2,000 bond.
21-year-old Brandon Hagen was charged with domestic assault after he got upset with his fiancee in a hotel room and put her in a chokehold before breaking her phone and throwing it into a nearby tree line. He accused her of talking about him behind his back and being the reason he couldn’t get a job, per the report.