Jesus Ordaz-Herrera steals $1,200 worth of sunglasses at Opry Mills Mall

32-year-old Jesus Ordaz-Herrera stole merchandise from Sunglasses Hut at Opry Mills Mall on April 11th. After being notified, officers located him at Tangler Outlets, where he was getting into a Toyota Corolla. They then conducted a traffic stop, where they detained Ordaz-Herrera and three other individuals. During a subsequent search of the car, they found four pairs of sunglasses from Sunglass Hut matching the description of the stolen items. The stolen sunglasses were valued at around $1,200. Ordaz-Herrera was taken into custody for theft.

Lawrence Baird steals 2023 Ford F-150 from Town and Country Ford dealership

32-year-old Lawrence Baird was caught stealing a 2023 Ford F-150 from Town and Country Ford on February 9th. Officers contacted Jeff Bianchi, who stated that around 6 a.m., a black Hyundai Sonata came onto the property and stole a 2023 Ford F-150. The vehicle was valued at $70,000. The truck was later found in Kentucky and had been located in Cheatham County. The owner of the black Hyundai Sonata was identified as Lawrence Baird. Baird was witnessed driving the stolen vehicle in Montgomery County. When deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop, Lawrence could not be apprehended and fled. During the investigation, law enforcement was provided video footage of Baird in the stolen truck and confirmed that he was driving it. Lawrence Baird was later taken into custody and charged with theft on April 9th.

Nestor Juarez-Gonzalez caught shoplifting at Opry Mills Mall

26-year-old Nestor Jose Juarez-Gonzalez stole merchandise from Tommy Hilfiger at Opry Mills Mall on April 11th. He entered the store, grabbed a red pair of swimming trunks, and exited without paying. During a subsequent traffic stop, where Juarez-Gonzalez rode as a passenger, officers located the swim trunks with tags attached and recovered them. Juarez-Gonzalez was taken into custody for theft.  

Booster Cassandra Woods steals $6,319 worth of merchandise from TJ Maxx

32-year-old Cassandra Woods stole merchandise from the TJ Maxx on Gallatin Pike North around 6:12 p.m. on May 25th, 2023. While inside the business, she grabbed multiple designer purses worth $5,600 and left without paying.

Then, on June 13th, 2023, around 7:12 p.m., she returned to TJ Maxx, collected $719.93 worth of merchandise, and exited without purchasing the items. Woods was taken into custody for two counts of theft on April 11th, 2024.

Rochdi Benaissa jailed after stealing single can of beer

44-year-old Rochdi Benaissa stole from the Shell Gas Station on Fessler’s Lane in the early hours of March 9th. When officers arrived, they spoke with Laquita Holt, a Shell employee, who advised them that he entered the store, picked up a $2.99 can of beer, and then exited without paying. Benaissa told the police he went to the store for beer and was refused service when he tried to pay because he did not have a shirt on, so he took the beer to his car and fell asleep in the parking lot. He was cited for the incident. Then, Benaissa was booked on the citation of theft on April 4th.

Anne Kail caught shoplifting at Nordstrom

39-year-old Anne Kail stole merchandise from Nordstrom on Abbott Martin Road late March 18th. When officers arrived, they were advised that Kail was caught on camera concealing $256 worth of make-up items and consumable goods. Kail was cited for the incident and booked on the citation of theft on April 4th.

Leah Everett rips girlfriend’s hair out, steals her car during argument about driving

26-year-old Leah Everett was involved in a domestic altercation with her girlfriend, Feleecia Morland, at Old Franklin Road on April 7th. When officers arrived, they contacted Morland, who had a chunk of hair missing from the left side of her head. Morland stated while she and Everett were driving down Murfreesboro Pike, Everett became agitated with her driving. This led to a brief argument that escalated to Everett hitting Morland and pulling out her hair. Everett then took off her shoes and began hitting Morland with them. They arrived at their apartment complex shortly after, so Morland parked the car and swiftly exited. Morland approached a man she saw walking his dog and asked him to call 911. While Morland was walking away, Everett switched to the driver’s seat and drove away with Morland’s vehicle. Morland stated that she did not wish to press charges, but officers deemed it necessary due to her injuries and statement. Officers found the stolen car and followed it into the AMC parking lot on Bell Road. Once Everett exited the vehicle, she was quickly detained. Everett stated that nothing happened and that she didn’t know why officers had followed her. Leah Everett was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault and motor theft.

Mira Williams snatches friend’s iPhone 13 at Airbnb, says she was put in “Chokehold”

26-year-old Mira Williams tried to steal Roman Hajnas’s iPhone 13 at his Airbnb on McGavock Street in the early hours of April 5th. The police responded to a call regarding an assault near 16th Avenue and Hayes Street. They located Hajnas, who stated he met Williams while socializing with his friend, Jaroslaw Luczkiewicz, and they decided to continue their conversation at his Airbnb. Hajnas said she requested to use his phone to call someone, so he unlocked it. Williams grabbed it from his hand, and as he did this, she attempted to run away. He said he started running after Williams and caught up to her near Hayes Street, where he pushed her to the ground and held her down with Luczkiewicz until the police arrived. Hajnas said that he sustained injuries from the fall but recovered his iPhone. Officers spoke with Luczkiewicz, who corroborated Hajnas’s statements, stating she snatched his phone from him and fled. He admitted to assisting in her detainment. Williams was transported to the hospital due to injuries from the incident, so officers met with her. Williams told them she left the Airbnb due to Hajnas’s unwanted sexual advances. She added that he became irate when she walked away and started following her. Williams then tried to sprint, but Hajnas caught her and pushed her to the ground, causing external injuries. She alleged that Hajnas and Luczkiewicz held her body against the ground and put her in a “chokehold” until bystanders separated them. Williams denied taking any phone from his possession. Officers determined there was probable cause for the theft of the iPhone, so Williams was then taken into custody for theft.

Joshua Peyton tries to leave Redneck Riviera after not paying $17 tab, tells police “Y’all should just arrest me then.”

42-year-old local musician Joshua Peyton tried to exit Redneck Riviera without paying for their services around 2:00 a.m. on April 5th. When officers arrived, they located him and spoke with Calla Carpenter, a bartender for the establishment that witnessed this, about a resolution for him to pay his tab. Before their arrival, Peyton ran up a $17.18 tab, so officers tried to get him to pay it, during which they noticed he showed numerous signs of intoxication. Officers gave him multiple chances to call a friend or his wife to pick him up, but Peyton never called anyone. Peyton told officers, “No one needs to pick me up because I am going to get in my truck and drive home.” When officers told Peyton that he would not be getting in his vehicle and needed someone to pick him up, he stated, “Y’all should just arrest me then.” Peyton was then deemed a danger to himself and taken into custody for theft of services and public intoxication.

Alteisha Cole tries to finesse self-checkout at Target on Lebanon Pike #finesse2times

31-year-old Alteisha Trenee Cole stole merchandise from Target on Lebanon Pike in the early hours of February 22nd. Surveillance shows Cole selecting items, placing them in the cart, going to self-checkout, and starting a transaction. During checkout, she entered her membership into the system before scanning two notebooks and two jockey girl clothing items, totaling $33.38, which she paid for while bypassing eight additional clothing items, totaling $132. After this, she left in a black Jeep Wrangler.

On March 5th, she was seen on camera entering the same Target, grabbing merchandise, and going to self-checkout. During the transaction, she scanned and paid for ten items while bypassing twenty-five, totaling $824.97. She then scanned her member ID under “Alteishia Cole” and left the location. On March 13th, warrants were issued for her arrest. Cole was taken into custody for two counts of theft on April 2nd.