Andrea Moore charged after attempting to cash fake money orders in Clarksville

25-year-old Andrea Moore faces multiple charges after police say she attempted to cash four fake money orders at a Madison Street business on January 23. Store employee Emily Burgess suspected the money orders were not genuine and contacted Publix, who was purported to have issued them, and it was determined they were fraudulent. A search incident to arrest also located marijuana in her purse.

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Brandon Ramirez-Jaime steals gun from woman and points it at her during argument

28-year-old Brandon Ramirez-Jaime stole a handgun from a female acquaintance and then pointed it at her. The woman says the Smith & Wesson M&P 9 mm handgun was taken from her Chevy Equinox on December 9th. During an argument several days later, she says Brandon pointed a gun at her, and she recognized it was her missing gun. A warrant for theft was issued for Brandon, and he was jailed on that warrant this week.

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Ma’Shae Marria charged in $1,600 theft from her employer, Mapco on Madison

21-year-old Ma’Shae Jalise Marria is charged with felony theft after she confessed to taking $1,600 from the Mapco on Madison Street, where she worked. She used another employee’s PIN to retrieve $80 from the store’s safe on twenty different occasions. Charles Cox of Mapco’s Loss Prevention team contacted police after discovering and documenting the thefts. He also confronted Marria, and she wrote a statement confessing to the thefts, which occurred between August 19th and September 26th.

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Lillie Trumpower jailed on $20K bond after shoplifting $3K from Dick’s Sporting Goods

Clarksville Police say 21-year-old Lillie Irene Trumpower ran out of Dick’s Sporting Goods just before 8 p.m. on Tuesday with nearly $3,000 in merchandise. An employee alerted police, who gave chase to Trumpower as she fled out the door and into the parking lot of the Governor’s Square mall. Once she was detained, she refused to be cuffed, and a second unit arrived to assist. She is jailed in lieu of a $20,000 bond.

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