In the ‘that doesn’t belong to you’ department, Dustin Gordan was arrested this week on an outstanding warrant charging him with pawning a $1200 television from a furnished apartment he rented.
Video shows 39-year-old Shatika Keeble (Endsley) taking over $1,000 in rent money from her Aunt’s purse while she was working. Shatika was at the location for a job interview during the theft.
NASHVILLE, TN – Berry Hill Police (who actually made an arrest!) say Dominique Perkins took home over $3,000 from cash customers at the Applebee’s she was a waitress at, ringing out the orders at ‘Amazon Eats’ and pocketing the cash.
Metro Nashville Police described the room as ‘bloody’ and ‘in shambles’ after one brother savagely beat another with a guitar, as he lay in wait for him to exit the shower. It all began when one brother left money in a backpack of the other brother’s car, and ended with one brother passed covered in bloody clothes & cocaine spilled across his cell phone, while the other brother received 8 staples in the back of his head. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, a local musician called his brother,…
20-year-old Jalen Radford was sitting in his girlfriend’s vehicle on the TSU Campus on April 28th, when he suddenly took her vehicle key fob and iPhone XS Max, and fled the campus. When the phone was tracked to his home while she was in police headquarters, he told them “file charges, I don’t care”.
Tyler Cutter, 29, was arrested on Friday, charged with one misdemeanor count of theft, and one felony count of theft, accused of stealing multiple narcotics from a 94-year-old relative of the man he was providing care for, as a home health care worker for Honey Hill Home Care.
Two firemen charged with felony theft, after they claimed hours not worked, and were paid for them.
When officers arrived at the 17-year-old’s residence, his mother was waiting. She informed officers that her son and a 16-year-old accomplice were asleep inside. Both teens were taken into custody
Starkesha Whitman was arrested late Sunday night for an outstanding warrant for felony theft, after she doubled her money by cashing her check on a mobile app, and at a check cashing business – getting paid twice. The open warrant stemmed from a May incident, when Starkesha Whitman had a paper check for $1,530.00. She used made a ‘mobile deposit’ of the check, which loaded her prepaid bank card with the cash by taking a photo of the check. Whitman then visited TN Quick Cash and cashed the paper check…