23-year-old Chardarius Howse was booked this week for stealing a Louis Vuitton Wallet containing $720 cash on June 20th, 2022. The wallet belonged to Jamarkis Wess, who also had his driver’s license and car keys stolen while at the Game Terminal Bar. Video surveillance shows Howse taking the wallet from the game Wess was playing. To enter the Game Terminal Bar, all patrons must scan their IDs. The establishment was able to give police Howse’s information to verify his identity. A warrant was issued for his arrest shortly after, and he was jailed on the outstanding warrant this week.
20-year-old Dejon Bradley’s fingerprints were found on the rearview mirror of a 2020 Kia Optima that was stolen from Dakara Barton. After the vehicle was recovered in December on Due West Ave, it was processed for fingerprints. Bradley’s fingerprints were matched, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was booked on that open warrant this week.
30-year-old Bianca Byrd was booked this week on an outstanding felony theft warrant from February. Police say when she worked a Mapco on Old Hickory Blvd earlier this year, she repeatedly used a code to open the store’s cash drop box to allow a co-worker to remove cash. The incidents, which were captured on video, totaled $1,515 in loss to the company.
20-year-old Cedriyonna Krisea Gaines & 20-year-old Miracle Yaquiash-Roshay Hall are each charged with felony theft after they filled up a shopping cart and plastic shopping bags and pushed it all out of the JCPenny store inside Rivergate Mall just after lunch on December 17th. Craig Vogel witnessed them boosting the merchandise and as they were loading the merchandise into a vehicle blocked them in, causing them to flee on foot. A police officer detained them nearby and returned them to the store, where the theft was confirmed on video. The total value of the merchandise was $2,325.00.
21-year-old Romale Grant is charged with stealing $4,239 worth of Apple products from the White Bridge Target store, where he was employed. Police say during a two-week period, Grant took 8 pairs of 3rd generation AirPods, 8 Airpod Pros, and 1 iPhone 14. Grant admitted to taking the merchandise from the tech stockroom and concealing them in his clothing or a bag until he exited the store. He states he would then sell the merchandise “on the streets.”
18-year-old Travon Webb was one of three individuals that fled from a stolen car as police tracked it in the area of Tremont and 15th Ave South on November 7th. Webb was apprehended a short time later and positively identified by a witness as one of the three inside the vehicle. Webb refused to provide police with any information, so he was charged with the theft of the vehicle (over $60,000). He is free on a $12,000 bond.
18-year-old Monterious Gaines faces a Class C felony theft charge after Home Depot on Powell Ave. hired him as an associate, and in the span of 42 days, he stole $21,989.50 from the business.
Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative Saturday encountered 29-year-old Robert Hernandez who was unable to pay his $1,807.78 bar tab at Layer Cake on 3rd Ave. South and became belligerent when his card continued to be declined. Security stated they asked him to leave the establishment and he attempted to throw punches and landed one on a bouncer’s arm. Hernandez was charged with theft of services and public intoxication.
19-year-old Terrelle Butler is free on a $15,000 bond after he was found driving a stolen 2018 Jeep Compass in East Nashville on June 8th. He was initially observed driving the vehicle by police the day prior to his arrest. At the time he was taken into custody he had just exited the vehicle, discarded the keys, and had entered an apartment on Porter Road.
57-year-old Chester Darren Campbell is being held on a $25,000 bond after being jailed this week on an outstanding felony theft warrant from 2018. His ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Brown, says she noticed several pieces of jewelry had gone missing from her bedroom. She stated her ex-boyfriend, Campbell, had been staying with her for several months since the breakup, and they had an on-and-off-again relationship. She also states he had stolen from her in the past. With him being the only other person with access to her bedroom, an investigation was launched, and it was discovered Campbell had pawned several pieces of the victim’s jewelry at pawn shops throughout both Tennessee and Kentucky, all while using his own photo ID. The value of the stolen jewelry is over $10,000.