NASHVILLE, TN – Berry Hill Police (who actually made an arrest!) say Dominique Perkins took home over $3,000 from cash customers at the Applebee’s she was a waitress at, ringing out the orders at ‘Amazon Eats’ and pocketing the cash.
Nashville booster Davion Pettis was taken into custody Thursday, charged with back to back thefts from West Nashville Target stores.
TSU Police say Devonta Vinson, 23, admitted to stealing his girlfriend’s iPhone X after assaulting her in March. He was booked Monday, charged with domestic assault and theft.
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.
52-year-old Alice Forsythe was taken into custody Tuesday for a number of warrants she had accumulated before going to rehab, where she chose to stay for an extended period of time, delaying her arrest. Some of those included thefts from the Bellevue T.J. Maxx store.
Tametrice Welch, 28, was arrested Thursday, charged with an outstanding warrant for felony theft, after police say she was pocketing cash from cash from hotel guests at the Sheraton Grand in downtown Nashville. Sidenote: who knew the downtown Sheraton still accepted cash?
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…
28-year-old Ashton Wright admitted to Mapco during a verbal and written confession, to activating $14,586 in lottery tickets over a 20-day period in January. She is charged with felony theft. Wright was out on bond for 2 prior thefts at the time of her arrest.
35-year-old Matthew S. Dies is jailed on a $10,000 bond this morning, charged with felony theft. Police say he stole a wedding ring from a home in August, when he went to work with his girlfriend, who is a housekeeper.
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.