23-year-old Montreal Bright walked into his workplace, the Donelson Burger King, and immediately confronts another employee, Michael Crowley, screaming “Where’s my bread?” He then forces Crowley into the office and gunpoint and pistol-whips him across the back, causing severe injuries to his spinal column. Bright takes his phone and car keys before fleeing the scene.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of Montreal Bright, charging him with especially aggravated robbery & vandalism. He was taken into custody on Christmas Day, where he remains jailed in lieu of a $252,000 bond.
24-year-old Kevonte Whitehead was charged with especially aggravated robbery after a man told officers he and 3 other men mugged him, taking jewelry, $1,000 cash, a Nintendo Switch, Air Pods, and iPhone XR, and a Jordan bag.
39-year-old Paula Hurt was charged with two counts of especially aggravated robbery and 36-year-old Jaqueline Mangrum was charged with especially aggravated robbery after striking one man with a tire iron and shooting another in two separate incidents while demanding money from them.
Dylan DeMoss, 26, was charged with especially aggravated robbery after a victim suffered a broken leg due to a gunshot wound. Moss is alleged to have pulled a shotgun on the victim and fired at him, while a co-defendant pulled a handgun and shot him in the leg as he ran away