Marcus Young steals $23,710 worth of monitors from Radiology Alliance

37-year-old Marcus Young stole from Radiology Alliance’s 25th Avenue North storage locker multiple times between February and April 2024. In February, a witness noticed three Radiology monitors were missing from their storage. After four more monitors went missing in four weeks, the witness had become suspicious that someone was breaking into their unit, so they set up video surveillance. On April 23rd, the footage captured Young forcing open the lock and entering the unit. The building manager identified Young as a tenant at the location. The witness located three different eBay postings matching the three sets of missing Radiology monitors. The first post was on February 1st, the second was on March 8th, and the third was on April 15th. A subpoena to eBay confirmed Young owned the account selling the stolen equipment. Young had taken 2 RX560’s and 5 MX315W’s during the burglaries, totaling $23,710. Warrants were issued for his arrest on July 5th. Young was taken into custody for four counts of burglary and three counts of theft on July 9th.

Bobby Crabtree steals $350 in quarters after breaking into washing machines at Haynes Garden Apartments

36-year-old Bobby Crabtree broke into Haynes Garden Apartments’ laundry room on April 29th. On May 1st, Amanda Stillwell, the location’s property manager, reported the occurrence to police. Stillwell added that Crabtree broke into the coin-operated washers and dryers to steal quarters from them. He was caught on camera entering the laundry room, prying open the change boxes, and stealing around $350 worth of quarters from 9 machines. Crabtree damaged the machines extensively to where some were no longer operational. Stillwell said it would cost over $1,000 to repair the damage Crabtree caused. Additionally, on May 1st, Stillwell had seen Crabtree on the property. Crabtree admitted to breaking the machines because he was drunk. She showed officers he had been on the ban list and was evicted from the complex since February 2024. A warrant was issued for his arrest on May 3rd. Crabtree was later taken into custody for burglary, vandalism, and theft on June 18th.

Felisha Whitefield steals from Walmart, flees hospital after using fentanyl

22-year-old Felisha Whitfield stole merchandise from the Nolensville Pike Walmart around 2:04 p.m. on June 6th. Officers were advised that she attempted to fight with security, so they detained her until they arrived. When they arrived, medics assessed Whitefield after stating she had used fentanyl and nearly passed out several times during their interaction. Then, officers asked Whitefield for her name, and she gave them her mother’s name, “Melissa Cole,” stating, “I have my kids outside in my car in the parking lot.” After officers could not find her kids, they asked her, “Where are your kids?” Whitefield replied, “With my mom,” and gave them the address of their Bell Road apartment. When officers visited the unit, they spoke with her mother, Cole, who stated, “She always gives my name when she gets in trouble.” Then, medics transported Whitefield to Southern Hills Hospital for medical clearance. Officers later discovered she had two outstanding warrants, one from Nashville and the other from Williamson County.

Then, on June 9th, when Whitefield was getting discharged, she tried to run away from the hospital until security stopped her at the door and escorted her to her bed. Afterward, she ran into the parking lot and hid inside a random unlocked vehicle. Officers then located and detained her, during which she began resisting arrest. Whitefield was taken into custody for vehicle burglary, resisting arrest, escape from a penal institution, identity theft, and theft.

Tyler Johnson breaks into park, distributes vodka and marijuana to minors

18-year-old Tyler Johnson was taken into custody for burglary, setting fire to property, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor on June 9th. Around 10 a.m., Gracie Wimsatt, a Pleasant Green Park Pool employee, alerted the authorities that when they were opening the pool this morning, she noticed the lock and chain for the front gate was missing, adding that it was locked and secured by the staff around 7:45 p.m. on June 8th. When she entered the pool area to see if anyone was still there, she discovered the large trashcan by the poolside had caught on fire with a small grill inside, and two tables, one plastic and one metal, were destroyed.

The total value of the damaged property was $455. When officers reviewed the flock camera, they identified one of the individuals, a minor, who stated he was at a party at the pool hosted by a male who went by the name “TR,” later identified as Johnson. He added that he was drinking and smoking marijuana at the party. Johnson agreed to meet with police at the precinct, where he advised that he messaged someone on Instagram who was selling a key to the park. He explained that he met the unidentified male in a white SUV at the park, who left the key near the bushes. Johnson stated, “I opened both of the gates myself. I threw the chain, and I am not sure where it went.” Then, he admitted to bringing marijuana and vodka to the party, and when he was leaving, he threw his small metal grill into the plastic trashcan.

Nora Matthews pawns musical instruments she stole from storage unit

47-year-old Nora Elizabeth Matthews stole from Jacob Bishop’s storage unit between June 1st, 2022, and June 30th, 2022. Bishop told police that multiple musical instruments, valued around $6,000, were taken. On June 6th, 2022, Matthews pawned a cello from the burglary to Easy Pawn, and on June 16th, 2022, she sold one of the stolen guitars to Guitar Center. She provided them with her driver’s license for both transactions. Matthews was taken into custody for burglary on May 14th, 2024.

Seth Russell steals $1000 worth of merchandise from Craft Vapor

23-year-old Seth Russell broke into Craft Vapor on Highway 70 South in the early hours of May 8th. A concerned citizen observed this, alerted the authorities that Russell was stealing vapes, and provided them with a description of him. Then, when they arrived, they noticed Russell in the parking lot behind the location, holding two large bags as they approached. The bags were filled with several boxes of vapes, jars of THC, and around 25 packs of Delta-8 gummies, totaling about $1,000. Officers investigated the store and discovered all the glass displays were broken; some had missing items, and others were just damaged. Russell had a flashlight in his backpack with marks on the hilt. Russell was then taken into custody for burglary, vandalism, and theft.

Jana Hume steals $394 worth of copper fittings from Lowe’s despite being banned

34-year-old Jana Hume was booked and charged with burglary on April 16th, 2024. On February 1st, 2023, Asset Protection employees observed Jana Hume enter the Lowe’s on Nolensville Pike and noticed her from prior shoplifting incidents. She grabbed a plastic bucket and put twelve bags of copper fittings into her purse and jacket. Asset Protection followed Hume as she exited the store without paying for the merchandise and stopped her in the parking lot before escorting her into the AP office. They confirmed Hume’s identity and recovered the stolen items, totaling $394.05. When officers arrived, Asset Protection provided them with a trespass waiver that Hume signed on March 4th, 2021, prohibiting her from entering the premises of any Lowe’s location. Hume was detained for the incident.

Matthew Harmon goes to Walmart to get food despite being banned for stealing

40-year-old Matthew Harmon was taken into custody for burglary on April 6th. Officers were dispatched to Walmart on Nolensville Pike and spoke with Loss Prevention employees, who advised them that Harmon had been banned from the location in March. Harmon stole about $100 worth of merchandise from the store. Harmon told the police he knew he was not supposed to be there, adding he was there to get food. After officers investigated, he was detained for the incident.

Tommy Morgan steals man’s shotguns, immediately pawns them for $500

23-year-old Tommy Lee Morgan was taken into custody for burglary on March 20th. On February 21st, William Kimbrough filed a police report regarding his two shotguns, a Beretta 300 and a Mossberg, being stolen from his detached garage at his residence between February 9th and February 21st. Officers followed up with Kimbrough and were provided serial numbers for the guns, so they checked the local pawn history. Officers learned the Beretta 300 was pawned at Cash America Pawn on North 1st Street on February 17th at 10:14 a.m. by Morgan for $500. Detectives confirmed this after reviewing the pawn store’s surveillance footage. After Kimbrough realized his garage was burglarized, he installed a camera near the back gate in his backyard. Then, on February 24th, at around 3 a.m., Kimbrough’s camera showed Morgan returning, realizing there was a camera, and then turning around and leaving. On March 14th, a warrant was issued for Morgan’s arrest. Morgan was taken into custody on March 20th.

Caleb Sanchez caught stealing $46.04 worth of merchandise from Walmart

31-year-old Caleb Sanchez stole $46.04 worth of merchandise from the Walmart on Gallatin Pike North in the early hours of February 26th. An off-duty MNPD officer advised them that Sanchez had been banned from all Walmart locations on two different occasions, January 24th and February 23rd. The loss prevention officer, Tikicee Russell, provided footage to officers showing Sanchez stealing. The footage showed Sanchez entering the store with an empty Walmart bag, filling it with random items, and trying to leave before being stopped by a Wal-Mart employee, Kimberly Warren. Sanchez was taken into custody for burglary.