53-year-old Lisa Hawkins was at the Wal-Mart in west Nashville on November 24th when officers were dispatched regarding an unrelated trespassing incident. She was visibly intoxicated as officers were interacting with the other suspect and consented to a search, which yielded a half-empty bottle of liquor in her purse. Hawkins could clearly not take care of herself, so she was taken into custody for public intoxication.
40-year-old Sarah Rowe was confronted by Walmart security after trying to leave with over $200 worth of merchandise. After not scanning her things in the self-checkout line, Rowe attempted to walk out of the store. Rowe was quickly detained by security soon after doing so. Rowe was then taken into custody and charged with theft under $1000.
18-year-old Tylar Lester was issued a citation on September 28th after she was caught stealing from the Walmart on Charlotte Pike. Loss prevention officers advised that Lester walked into the store, grabbed items off the shelf, and walked out the door without paying for them. She was taken into custody, and $482.57 worth of merchandise was recovered. She was booked on the citation this week.
33-year-old Cherre Tubville was booked this week on a citation after shoplifting from Walmart on Dickerson Pike on January 30th, 2023. The loss prevention officers told police that Tubville walked in, picked out shoes and a jacket, and walked out of the store with them on her body without paying. The items were valued at $29.96. She was issued a citation at the time and never appeared to be booked.
28-year-old Spencer Still, a cashier at Walmart, was jailed Wednesday after stealing approximately $5,400 from the store. Police spoke with a loss prevention employee who informed them that Still admitted stealing multiple gift cards and cash of various amounts from March 2023 to May 2023. Still told police the gift cards were for Nintendo, Xbox, Apple, and PlayStation.
21-year-old Jake Stevens was driving a green Scion into the Walmart Neighborhood Market on Gallatin Pike on April 13 when he parked near a Toyota Sequoia, which was being surveilled by Metro Nashville Police. A person from the Toyota got into Stevens’ vehicle and conducted what detectives believed to be a hand-to-hand drug transaction. Detectives approached the vehicle and found Stevens to have a scale in his lap with white powder on it. Inside the vehicle, a bag of 2.4 grams of Fentanyl was located between his seat and the center console, and Stevens alerted officers he had a firearm in his waistband. Another bag of 1.6 grams of methamphetamine was also located. Stevens admitted to being a “drug dealer” and stated he was also addicted to drugs.
36-year-old April Steele was jailed on Sunday morning on an outstanding warrant from March 1st after stealing from a Walmart on Nolensville Pike. A loss prevention employee witnessed Steele put makeup, food, jewelry, and clothes into a black bag in her cart. She was stopped by the witness and detained. Steele signed a trespassing agreement in 2021 and was in violation as she knew she was banned from that Walmart, making this a felony burglary charge. The total amount of Merchandise was $276.68.
18-year-old Ibraheem Obaid is one of two individuals charged in the assault of a classmate in the parking lot of the Walmart on Nolensville Pike. There was reportedly an argument resulting in Obaid and a juvenile male “jumping” the juvenile victim. The victim was punched in the face, thrown to the ground, and kicked by both defendants.
18-year-old Elijah Mann was booked this week on an outstanding assault warrant from August. Police say Elijah Mann and Robbyn Black entered the Dickerson Pike Walmart on August 16 and located employee Shambria Batey, who was stocking shelves. Store security video shows the two punch and kick the victim and pull her around by her hair. A video of the assault was also posted on the Instagram account of ‘MyaaDaPlug’ and saved for detectives before it was removed. The victim only knew the first names of her assailants, but a teacher at W.A. Bass school was able to positively identify them, as did the victim later in a photo line-up.
39-year-old Joshua Connor is now charged with felony burglary after concealing a 12-pack of beer valued at $12.00 in his backpack at the Antioch Walmart in an effort to steal it, according to police. Loss prevention detained Connor and retrieved the merchandise. Due to him previously being trespassed from the location, Metro Nashville Police charged him with felony burglary.