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.
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.
41-year-old Derrick Boling reportedly walked into the Walmart on Wilma Rudolph Blvd in March 2022 and walked out with $69.34 worth of merchandise concealed in a large bag. After he was identified, a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was booked on that warrant this week and is free on a $1,000 bond.
19-year-old Zamyia Ligon is free on a $1,000 bond after being arrested this week on 5 outstanding shoplifting charges from October and November of 2021. Warrants show she walked out of Walmart on Madison Street with merchandise totaling $3.66 on 10/22, $6.54 on 10/26, $10.71 on $10/27, $6.54 again on 10/29, and $18.02 on 11/03. In total, Walmart says they lost $45.47 and are asking for full restitution.
52-year-old Clarksville Financial Advisor Robert Kennedy was jailed in Nashville Tuesday, charged with felony theft. Court records allege he stole $10,000 in cash from his girlfriend, Heidi Blessing, which she had recently withdrawn from the bank for an upcoming surgery. The lovers had been celebrating Robert’s birthday at her apartment and were reportedly intoxicated when they got into an argument. She placed the cash inside a gold makeup bag that night and says he absconded with the cash the next morning. Police say security cameras show no one else entering or exiting the residence during the time the cash disappeared. Robert Kennedy is the son of Reber and Opal Kennedy, of Clarksville.
Officers say they have identified Dyandria “Shonta Black” Sealey as the person who used the OfferUp app to scam Lelia Burke on the sale of a Playstation before Christmas. They say Sealey accepted $499 via CashApp but never showed up to deliver the Playstion, and never had any intention of doing so. After receiving account data back from both OfferUp and Cashapp, it was determined both accounts belonged to her, with her confirmed phone number and email address, and personal identifying information for the banking portions.
24-year-old Trey Allen Young was recently booked into the Montgomery County jail on multiple warrants charging him with stealing from Lowes. During two September incidents, he walked out with a $229 Husqvarna blower and then a $149 Craftsman Trimmer and a pole saw worth $219. In November he walked out with another $99 worth of merchandise.
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.
29-year-old Marcony Ware was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on an outstanding warrant from July, charging him with theft. The warrant was discovered during a traffic stop, during which he was also charged with an expired registration, no insurance, and driving without a license. The theft charge alleges he stole $80 worth of property from Angela Lawless while at Planet Fitness.