Emilia Barbu part of Romanian meat-boosting trio at Kroger

19-year-old Emilia Barbu was jailed Friday evening after shoplifting at the Kroger on Northcreek Boulevard. Vasile was part of a group of suspects that were caught on camera putting various types of meat inside bags they had brought into the store. The loss prevention employee and an officer chased the subjects to the parking lot as they approached their vehicles. It was discovered that the subjects had concealed $391.33 worth of meat inside the bags. They couldn’t produce identification nor state where they lived, only that they were from Romania. Due to the high likelihood they would fail to appear in court, they were all taken into custody.

Anna Lucia part of Romanian trio stealing meat from Kroger store

21-year-old Anna Lucia was jailed Friday evening after shoplifting at the Kroger on Northcreek Boulevard. Lucia was part of a group of suspects that were caught on camera putting various types of meat inside bags they had brought into the store. The loss prevention employee and an officer chased the subjects to the parking lot as they approached their vehicles. It was discovered that the subjects had concealed $391.33 worth of meat inside the bags. They couldn’t produce identification nor state where they lived, only that they were from Romania. Due to the high likelihood they would fail to appear in court, they were all taken into custody.

John Carey charged with shoplifting from Target in West Nashville

35-year-old John Carey was cited for shoplifting from the Target on White Bridge Pike on August 27th around 5:33 p.m. Police arrived at the Target and spoke to John. Reportedly, he returned $364.42 worth of stolen merchandise from Target after leaving with it. He was issued a citation, and was booked on that theft citation this week.

Trenton Lewis steals six guitars from writer/producer Jeremy Stover

34-year-old Trenton Lewis was recorded entering a building after it was closed on July 2nd. While Trenton was inside the business, police say he stole six guitars, which he had no permission to take. The guitars belonged to Nashville writer/producer Jeremy Stover. He was booked on the theft of property and burglary charge on August 31st.

Evan Gaines charged in theft from PETSMART store at 100 Oaks

20-year-old Evan Gaines ran from across a parking lot outside PetSmart after reportedly stealing from the store on August 9th. The manager of PetSmart, Michael Fleming, flagged down Vanderbilt University Police and pointed at Evan and his friend Reba Conquest running away. He told police that the two had just stolen from the business. Vanderbilt Police saw Evan and Reba getting into a gray SUV and stopped them. Evan was in the driver’s seat. The merchandise, valued at $372.89, was in the back of the SUV. He was booked for the theft of merchandise charge on August 29th.

Reba Conquest charged with shoplifting from PETSMART at 100 Oaks

29-year-old Reba Conquest ran from across a parking lot outside PetSmart after reportedly stealing from the establishment on August 9th. The manager of PetSmart, Michael Fleming, flagged down Vanderbilt University Police and pointed at Reba and her friend Evan Gaines running. He told police that the two had just stolen from the retail store. Vanderbilt Police saw Reba and Evan getting into a gray SUV and stopped them. Reba was in the passenger seat and admitted to stealing from PetSmart. She said the merchandise, valued at $372.89, was in the back of the SUV. She was booked on the citation for the theft of merchandise charge on August 29th.

Alexandria Jensen booked on five-year-old shoplifting citation

25-year-old Alexandria Jensen was seen by police hiding several items in her backpack inside Dillard’s on October 30th, 2018. Police stopped Alexandria, and she showed them the contents of her backpack. Inside were several unpaid items, as well as the jeans she was wearing. She qualified for citation because she had no outstanding warrants or failure to appear. She failed to book on the citation and was finally taken into custody and booked five years later, this past Friday.

Madison Rackley runs out of Dollar General Market with basket of merchandise

19-year-old Madison Rackley was seen by detectives running out of Dollar General on Thompson Ln. on August 11. The detectives stopped Madison after they noticed that she was carrying a basket full of merchandise she didn’t pay for when running out. All of the merchandise was given back to the establishment, and the manager, Daniel Sutter, said that he wished to prosecute Madison. She was issued a citation for the shoplifting charge and was booked this week.

Kevin Hatter found in stolen vehicle with improper tags

18-year-old Kevin Hatter was driving a Kia Sportage with a temp tag belonging to a Honda Accord on August 31st. Kevin raced away from the first traffic stop that detectives attempted to make with the help of MNPD AirONE helicopter near Dickerson Pike and Maplewood Trace. The detectives did not follow but found the vehicle parked outside Buffalo Trail Apartments, and Kevin and the passenger exited the vehicle. Kevin was taken into custody. He told the police he was the driver and had recently purchased the vehicle. However, NCIC records showed that the vehicle was reported stolen.

West Coast Real Estate Agent William Dengler jailed after not paying tab at Whiskey Bent Saloon

42-year-old William Dengler was stopped by Whiskey Bent Saloon security after his card was declined three times, and he tried to leave out the front door. Police arrived at Whiskey Bent Saloon after being flagged down by a bartender to investigate, and the business showed them a receipt for $62.10 that William owed. They said after he was stopped from walking out, he moved towards the back exit of the business but did not know if he was attempting to leave. Police spoke to William who said that he only had one card with him and did not know where his friends were. He was arrested for theft of services after he and the police waited outside for one of his friends to come to pay for his tab, but no one showed.