53-year-old Robert Fathera was found sitting on the floor of an Antioch Mapco just before 10 a.m. Tuesday, his lips covered in white powder. Police determined he had taken two honey bunds and a pack of white powdered donuts from the shelf and consumed them while inside the store without any way to pay for them.
He was reportedly intoxicated, and had urinated on himself. Police charged him with public intoxication ($250 bond) and theft of merchandise ($1500 bond) and transported him to jail. The value of the stolen items was determined to one $2.00 by store management.
Masi Kingston is the latest to be charged in series of Mapco thefts from 2019. He was served overnight as he was transferred into the Metro Nashville Jail. He will join two more co-defendants, Jerock Walker and Annisha Holmes, who were previously arrested, on their next court date to answer to the charges.
20-year-old Jade Mullen was charged with aggravated assault after she admitted to striking the father of her child with a metal flashlight multiple times in the face because of their relationship troubles.
33-year-old Sundee Mcclain was charged with theft of a vehicle, reckless driving, driving on a suspended license, evading arrest with risk of death or injury, and drug paraphernalia after she led police on a vehicle pursuit in a stolen vehicle.
27-year-old Jonathon Spikner was charged with possession of cocaine, codeine without a prescription, and drug paraphernalia after officers observed a digital scale inside a vehicle while patrolling at Mapco on Murfreesboro Pike.
22-year-old King Orozco was charged with DUI per se and 21-year-old Joanna Lombera was charged with possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, no driver’s license, and a DUI when they were caught asleep in a running car at Mapco.
58-year-old Beverly Bass was charged with public intoxication and criminal trespassing after she refused to leave Mapco when asked by staff, her daughter, and police.
32-year-old Ashley Bowling was charged with aggravated robbery after she robbed a gas station with a large knife, where she took money and cigarettes.
28-year-old Tyler Eskridge was charged with drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, and implied consent after striking two vehicles while driving the wrong direction down Nolensville Pike.
45-year-old Arrick Fields was charged with robbery when he asked a Mapco employee if they had any chips for $1, then grabbed a bag of Cheetos, went behind the counter, pushed the employee while threatening him with a gun, and took cash from the register. He was later identified using the prints he left on the Cheetos bag.