19-year-old Jaden Weaver was found disoriented and walking in the middle of Sango Road late Monday night. As officers approached Weaver, who was wearing a black hoodie and weaving and wobbling on his feet, he was asked to empty his pockets. Weave produced a cloth, a bag, and a can of air duster. As he attempted to inhale more of the product, the officer stopped him and placed him under arrest for inhaling toxic vapors for the purpose of getting high.
32-year-old Shelecia Craig is charged with shoplifting after loss prevention says she entered the Walmart on Madison St. and selected various merchandise valued at $91.84. She then took the items to the service desk and received a refund, resulting in a fraudulent return. Walmart is seeking restitution for the total amount listed.
Brandi Bertram called police on August 31st to report that her (soon to be ex) husband, 39-year-old James Bertram, had texted her approximately 20 times throughout the day and called her twice during her workday at The Youth Academy – Sango, despite requests to stop. One of the texts stated, “I know you have your watch on,” and demanded a reply. When he received no responses, he went to her workplace and took photographs of her building and sent them to her while stating, “it’s going to be a long few days.”
Police say 18-year-old Damon Perry entered a BMW parked at a residence on Clydesdale Drive near exit 11 in Sango. He reportedly took a Vera Bradley wallet, a Tennessee driver’s license, and various other cards from the victim’s vehicle. He told police during an interview that 19-year-old Amarion Caudle had been with him, and they were burglarizing vehicles together that night, “car hopping” through neighborhoods.
A few blocks away, the pair also entered a vehicle on Mountain Way, and during this incident, Perry acted as the lookout while Caudle stole various items from a vehicle. This incident was captured on a security camera.
28-year-old Nefertiti Jones was jailed on January 28th on an outstanding warrant from a January 2nd shoplifting incident at the Madison Street Walmart. Court records allege she concealed $111.09 in merchandise and walked past all points of sale to leave the building. Walmart is seeking restitution. She was taken into custody on this charge as police served an outstanding violation of probation warrant which was drug-related on the same day.