20-year-old Rachel Shaffer was jailed Wednesday evening after giving the police false identifying information. While officers were on the scene of a shooting on Sunset Circle, they attempted to identify Ms. Shaffer. She told them her name was Christian Phifer and gave a matching birthdate for whomever Ms. Phifer was. She advised that she gave the officers a different name because she was afraid she may have had warrants.
29-year-old Amanda Wright was charged with theft after shoplifting at two different Targets on the same day while having active warrants.
31-year-old Eric Silvia was charged with identity theft and burglary after he was witnessed by Club Wyndham employees rifling through and stealing items from their co-worker’s car.
35-year-old Brandon “DatPart” Fuqua was charged with identity theft, robbery, and evading arrest after hitting a woman, robbing her, and using her debit card at an EZ Mart and Bordeaux Market.
18-year-old Nathaniel Minassian was charged with credit card fraud and identity theft after trying to use a stolen credit card at Motel 6.
23-year-old Elizabeth Ratajczak was charged with identity theft, aggravated burglary, and two counts of vehicle theft after she and an accomplice were filmed taking items and vehicles from a woman’s home while she was hospitalized.
26-year-old Courage Wolugboms was charged with identity theft, theft, and criminal simulation after using a fake ID and stolen credit cards at the Courtyard Marriott.
24-year-old Claudia Moran-Perez was charged with theft of property and identity theft after she used a stolen credit card to buy an Omega watch at Genesis Diamonds that was valued at $9,500.
A Nashville tax preparer has been indicted by the Davidson County Grand Jury on charges of identity theft and forgery. She has a long criminal record of theft and burglary, but few knew, because it was under a different name.
Your name, social security number, driver’s license number, even your date of birth, may all be exposed on Metro Nashville’s criminal justice information portal that is open to the public – even if you’ve never been arrested or had any contact with law enforcement. We began our investigation in May, after an identity theft victim contacted us after finding their name, birthday, & social security number inside a Metro Police affidavit published on the Criminal Court Clerk’s website. They had already been a victim of a single person stealing their…