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.
19-year-old Montavius Bass was charged with robbery and evading arrest after he told someone at the Exxon Hi-Road in Clarksville that he wanted $80 and free gas and when it was refused, he said they had ten seconds to give it to him and he started counting down. He was found to be in a stolen car and ran when marijuana fell out of his pocket during questioning by police.
28-year-old Myron Baldridge and 31-year-old Andrew Collier were charged with robbery after he and a friend beat and chased a man until he dropped his phone, to which they stole and took to their tent, per report.
Dylan DeMoss, 26, was charged with especially aggravated robbery after a victim suffered a broken leg due to a gunshot wound. Moss is alleged to have pulled a shotgun on the victim and fired at him, while a co-defendant pulled a handgun and shot him in the leg as he ran away
CLARKSVILLE, TN: 30-year-old Teyron Bland is charged with robbery after he enticed a man to meet him on Grindr, then held his phone hostage, demanding $45 for its return.
Metro Police say an alert employee ran to the back of the Family Dollar store and called 911 as armed robber William McGilmer was holding up the North Nashville Store on Whites Creek Pike Monday morning. He is in custody, jailed in lieu of an $82,500 bond.
28-year-old Reshonda Simpson was arrested Monday, charged with the April carjacking of a man she knew and lured to a location where she and an associate took his Dodge Charger and wallet at gunpoint.
Police say Samuel Calvert, 18, Joshua Hockett, 20, and Judah Davis, 18, ambushed a man from behind, hit him with a handgun and robbed him of his cash and jewelry at 5 a.m. Thursday morning in North Nashville.
Clarence Turner, 23, remains jailed in lieu of a $102,000 bond this morning, charged with robbing two individuals who he connected with via the ‘OfferUp’ app to buy a PlayStation and accessories. When they arrived he retreated to his bedroom, and returned with a long gun and some choice words as he robbed them.
A woman says two men she knows as “Daddy’O” and “Taz” robbed her at gunpoint, causing her to wreck as the attempted to flee. She called police, they brought a dog to search for the robbers, but the dog hit on her wrecked car, instead, locating ecstasy, marijuana, and cash.