Dominique Stone arrested on shoplifting & assault warrants #BoosterClub

26-year-old Dominique Danielle Stone was arrested Tuesday, charged with three counts of theft of merchandise, and one count of assault of a store employee who tried to stop her. Though she was just arrested this week, the warrants covered thefts occurring from August of 2018 until February of 2019.

Booster ‘polite and respectful’ during arrest, police say

A car crash led to the arrest of local #Booster Kia Batey, 34, accused of boosting items from Victoria’s Secret at Opry Mills Mall, the day before Valentine’s day. Police note she was “polite and respectful towards officers” during the arrest.

Justin Golson Charged with Criminal Homicide, No Bond, in Opry Mills Shooting

After an interview that lasted several hours, Justin S. Golson (22), has been formally charged with criminal homicide at 12:02 AM and booked into the Davidson County Jail with no bond. Here’s what happened: Police officers from a number of MNPD components responded to the mall at 2:23 p.m. on a report of an active shooter.  The investigation now shows that a continuing dispute between Churchwell and Golson, who knew each other, led to a physical confrontation in the mall hallway, during which Golson pulled a semi-automatic pistol he was…

Nashville Chili’s server posts receipt with racial slur “I Don’t Tip Ni…..” from customer.

Jamese Adams is a server at Chili’s inside Opry Mills Mall in Nashville. On Friday evening, Adams posted an image of a credit card receipt that she says a customer signed and left for her, containing a racial slur, as seen below: Adams posted the image of the full receipt to social media, which contained the phrase “I don’t tip niggers!” written at the top of the receipt, in the same color ink as the signature line of the signed credit card receipt. This happened on the day before her…

Former TSU Tiger Dantwaun O’Neal Arrested Using Stolen Credit Card

On Friday, Dantwaun O’Neal (aka ‘King Twaun’), known for his TSU Football career, was arrested for a felony & two misdemeanors, in addition to an outstanding warrant from last October. Police were dispatched to Opry Mills Mall on 02/09/18, after being alerted by security to a fraudulent credit card transaction at Forever 21. According to an affidavit, a customer of the mall was alerted that a purchase was just made at Forever 21 for $200 on his credit card, which was in his phone case that he realized wasn’t in…