45-year-old Amanda McMahan was charged with theft of merchandise when she took a shopping trip at Walmart and reportedly didn’t bother to scan or pay for a $129 Keurig machine at a self check out kiosk.
20-year-old Zane Lynch was charged with domestic assault after security footage revealed him pummeling his girlfriend in Walmart on Nolensville Pike.
18-year-old David Saravia was charged with burglary and possession of burglary tools when security at Cricket Wireless caught him attempting to crack a safe.
24-year-old Keith Caldwell Jr was charged with aggravated burglary after he stole multiple items from his neighbor who lives in the apartment beneath his.
18-year-old Manuel Bravo-Vincente was charged with public intoxication and sexual battery after he was found drunk at a Wal-Mart groping a woman.
Juan “Johnny” Pena, 35, is charged with shoplifting and assault after he attempted to get past a reserve deputy working security at the Nolensville Road Walmart, and bit him in an attempt to flee.
Seth Mills is charged with two counts of criminal impersonation of a law enforcement officer, after Metro Police discovered he wasn’t really a cop at all, despite using that claim to be hired as an off-duty officer at Walmart. This was discovered as the real police were called as he fought a shoplifter on Monday.
18-year-old Gabrielle Turner is charged with felony theft after admitting to investigators she stole $1,670.00 from Walmart, where she worked, by placing the cash in her vest on five separate shifts.
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…
21-year-old Tawon Shaw is jailed on a $53,500 bond in a Nashville jail, as he was taken into custody late Thursday evening. Shaw is accused of holding his girlfriend hostage for over 16 hours Thursday. She was able to escape by convincing him she needed to cash her paycheck to buy him some Newport cigarettes. He drove her to the Madison Walmart Neighborhood Market, where she was able to notify management, who contacted police. Shaw was taken into custody in the parking lot, where witnesses say they also found two loaded AR-15 style weapons with extra magazines.