18-year-old Tyeisha Harris was indicted by the July Davidson County Grand Jury for property theft. Between January 11th and 25th, she knowingly stole gift cards from Target. The amount stolen is between $2,500 to $10,000. A judicial commissioner set her bond at $2,500.
35-year-old Kenneth Reynolds Jr. was jailed after police observed tags on a 2004 two-door Toyota Tundra that didn’t match, traveling on Harding Road near Davidson Road. They pulled over the vehicle at Belle Meade Plaza. The driver, Reynolds, and two other passengers were detained. Reynolds initially identified himself as Kevin Spencer, with a birth date of August 28, 1988. After running his information through dispatch, it came back as not on file. The officer asked again what his name was, and he gave the same information and told officers he didn’t know his social security number. When officers asked a third time, he gave the same information but made up a social security number that wasn’t identified through dispatch.
The tags on the Tundra came back stolen, and the occupants were placed in the patrol vehicle. During the vehicle search, officers located drug paraphernalia and narcotics in separate containers. One container contained a glass pipe, two straw pipes, and a scale. The narcotics were packaged in four small baggies totaling 10.4 grams of meth. Reynolds eventually identified himself and owned up to stealing the license plate and the vehicle. He also advised that the meth and paraphernalia belonged to him.
18-year-old Jeremiah Hurt was in a stolen 2001 Honda Accord at Harding Rd and Davidson Rd intersection, seen by Belle Mead Police Sgt. Cloxton and Officer Linane in the early hours of Monday morning. The estimated vehicle value, the officer reported, was $5,000. They stopped the vehicle close to Lynnwood Blvd off Harding Rd. They found Jeremiah in the driver’s seat and asked him to step out while they contacted dispatch. He told the officers that it was his mother’s Cangla Hurt car. Police confirmed that the vehicle was indeed stolen, so Jeremiah was detained, and police found the registration in the vehicle’s glove box. The vehicle was registered to Alers Graciano, and the passenger of the vehicle, Lamont Hurt, said that they “found it.”
33-year-old Charles Brooks is accused by his manager of stealing several times from a company owned by Metro Wine and Spirits. On August 18th, police spoke to Brooks’ store manager, who informed them that Charles had been stealing from various liquor stores for several months. On August 1st, he took Hennessy bottles (valued at $107) and a Michelob Ultra (valued at $7), and then placed them into his backpack without paying. Also, on August 11th, Brooks is accused of completing several orders and pocketing the money (valued at $135.92) from Nashville Wine & Spirits. Beer, Cigars & Cigarettes.
The next day, on August 12th, Brooks pocketed cash from transactions while working at the Downtown Nashville Market (valued at $226) owned by TMM Inc. after taking several cash transactions. On August 13th, Charles stole approximately $200 of cash by pocketing it from his transactions, but from SoBro Wine & Spirits. Beer, Cigars, and Cigarettes. He also stole a pint-sized vodka bottle valued at $10 before he left without paying for it. Reportedly, there are several other incidents where he stole money and products where more warrants will be sworn out as the investigation produces more evidence. He was arrested on August 18th on a full extradition warrant from Illinois.
18-year-old Deon Brown was witnessed burglarizing vehicles at Rivrhouse Apartments, and then he ran from police. Officers arrived at Riverhouse Apartments early Wednesday morning and after they spoke to Mr. Schnarrs on a call. Mr. Scnarrs said that he saw an african american male burgle vehicles at the complex and was currently inside a white Chevy Suburban. When the police arrived, they saw Deon in the Suburban, who matched Mr. Scharrs’s description. When they attempted to make contact with Deon, he ran from them down Middleton St. towards Nance Ave with two objects in his hands. Deon ditched the items at Academy Pl. and Hermitage Ave., and police pursued him until they caught him at Lindsley Ave.
Mr. Brooks, who owned the Suburban, said he was missing two machetes and a tobacco grinder from his vehicle, which totaled approximately $60. He also said that he did not know how Deon gained access to his vehicle due to no signs of forced entry. Mr. Schnarrs participated in a show-up where he positively identified Deon as the subject. Deon told police he took the machetes and ditched them, but his tobacco grinder was his. The grinder was found and given back to Mr. Brooks. Ring camera footage showed Deon getting into the Suburban while the alarm went off and taking items, but it was hard to identify the items due to the camera being so far away.
56-year-old Robin Ogden reportedly used a credit card without permission and misappropriated more than a quarter-million dollars over the course of seven years during her role in accounts payable at Golder Associates in Nashville. An indictment was filed in Davidson County for Robin Ogden for theft and credit card fraud on February 8th. The indictment states that Robin stole cash valued at over $250,000 from Goldner Associates. Also, she used a credit card owned by company owner James Straus with a loss to the company of over $250,000.
25-year-old Madeline Lublin was charged with stealing a $10,000 Gucci purse despite her boyfriend’s attempt at saving her. On August 3rd, MNPD officers arrived at Mother’s Ruin bar on 6th Ave and spoke to Elouise Holder, who said her $10,000 Gucci Purse had been stolen. Police observed security footage given to them by security that shows Lublin’s boyfriend, Aeden Whittington-Baschoff, grabbing the purse and handing it to Madeline.
Then it shows Madeline placing the purse on the bar for around five minutes before tying a sweatshirt around her neck, hiding it under the sweatshirt, and exiting the bar. Mother’s Ruin gave the police Madeline’s information because she had bought alcohol in the establishment earlier. While police investigated the theft and spoke to Madeline, they said that there would be a felony warrant issued for the robbery of the purse, and Aeden showed up with the purse.
He handed it to the police and said that he found it on the ground and had no idea who Madeline was or that the purse had been stolen. Police arrived at Madeline’s residence to place her under arrest and found Aeden, her live-in boyfriend, also at the residence. Both were charged for their roles in the theft.
22-year-old Tearance Harris has been indicted by the Davidson County Grand Jury on one count of felony theft between $2,500 and $10,000. The indictment alleges that during July and August of 2022, Tearance took Visa gift cards from a Speedway location. He has a co-defendant, Joshua Harris, who is additionally indicted but has not yet been booked into custody.
20-year-old Dynasia Day faces multiple felony charges after a road rage incident on I-24 East Friday afternoon. A family in a GMC Acadia was traveling on the roadway when Day attempted to turn into their lane. The father honked his horn to alert Day, and in response, she sped up to get in front of the Acadia, then abruptly got back into her lane and swerved into the left lane with the Acadia three times. The third time, she hit the victim’s vehicle on the passenger side. The family was able to capture the license plate and positively identify Day via a lineup.
40-year-old Adam Gaskins was jailed Saturday after being ‘catfished’ by his girlfriend, Madison Raye Poradish. She reportedly was using her phone to secretly catfish Gaskins to test his loyalty when he realized it and became extremely upset. He admits to grabbing the phone from her in an attempt to see more about the catfishing. She jumped on him and the two wrestled over the phone. Officers charged him with attempted theft of the phone and transported him to booking.