Juan “Johnny” Pena, 35, is charged with shoplifting and assault after he attempted to get past a reserve deputy working security at the Nolensville Road Walmart, and bit him in an attempt to flee.
You won’t believe how much this booster (shoplifter that resells things for profit) takes from this Party City. Just when you think she’s done – there’s more!
We’re not sure if the bigger crime is charging $7 for 72 ounces of Bud Light, or someone stealing it. At any rate, Austin Richards was arrested by Metro Police, charged with theft of merchandise (<$1000) and booked into the Metro Jail.
Joshua Whorley told police he stole because he “needed the money”, but he also needed a custom magnet to unlock the shelf holding the PlayStation games – so he made one, and brought with him to Walmart Wednesday, where he was arrested, and his case was completed less than 24-hours later. Jazzaine McKinnie is one of Walmart’s best loss prevention folks, and though may not have heard her name specifically, we’ve covered a lot of her shoplifter apprehensions over the years. Jazz was working at the 3458 Dickerson Pike store…
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.
32-year old Kanisha Lunsford was taken into custody Wednesday on an outstanding warrant, charged with theft of a computer cable from Burger King in October, which caused the Nolensville Pk location to be unable to process credit card transactions.
34-year-old Carmen Washington was arrested on Saturday at the Rivergate Mall, after she filled up her aluminum foil and duct tape line shopping bag with items from JC Penney.
Lynsey Sutherland, 27, was arrested Wednesday, and charged with theft of merchandise, after allegedly stealing a hoverboard from a West Nashville Target, and giving it to her son for Christmas.
Jamie Adair, 22, is facing a felony theft charge after she was caught on video filling bags with merchandise from target, taking them to her car without paying, then going back inside the store to do it all again. Adair then reportedly told police two strangers that she didn’t know forced her to shoplift.
Candice Collins, 35, was arrested again on Wednesday, this time charged with a December shoplifting incident, during which police say her and co-defendant Justin Messick were captured on video stealing merchandise. She continues to avoid consequences, and keep her charges expungeable, despite multiple arrests with video evidence, and continued violations of her never-ending probation.