Teen found in stolen car that breaks down hours later; mom says not so fast, son — Zyon Webb

18-year-old Zyon Webb is charged with felony automobile theft after police responded to a vehicle blocking a lane of travel while having mechanical issues. They found the 18-year-old driving a 2014 Nissan Quest registered to a Josefina Sosa. Webb told the officer he had just purchased the vehicle this morning, however, his mother was also at the scene, and she told officers Webb had no financial means to purchase a vehicle, and there’s no way this vehicle could be his. After police were able to make contact with the vehicle owner, she confirmed the vehicle had been stolen from Antioch. Webb was booked on the outstanding warrant Thursday and remains jailed in lieu of a $10,000 bond.

Man charged after evading police and trying to hide in dumpster

35-year-old Markel Lillard was charged with theft, evading arrest, and driving without a license after police had to call in a chopper to help locate a stolen vehicle.

Woman tells police she didn’t know borrowed car was stolen

23-year-old Jacqueline Howard-Blanchette was charged with the theft of a vehicle after the owner of the vehicle saw her driving the car down Murfreesboro Pike.

Woman caught on I-24 driving a stolen Rav4 from Miami

53-year-old Acebo Odalys was charged with theft of property after being caught on I-24, by LoJack, driving a vehicle stolen out of Miami.

Antioch man in stolen car attempts to rob Exxon Hi-Road in Clarksville

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.

Nashville attorney arrested; charged with lying to Metro Police

Nashville Attorney Newton Holiday, III, told Metro Police his vehicle was stolen by a woman he had “let stay at his house for the weekend”, however a confidential informant recorded a call with Holiday, where admits it was all a lie. The woman was Newton’s girlfriend and client.