A suspect who allegedly threatened to rob his ex-girlfriend if she didn’t return his clothes grabbed her purse and ran from North Fundamental Laundry shortly after midnight Monday morning, Shelbyville police stated. The purse contained $150,in accordance with the investigative report.
Officers are looking for Gabriel Vargas after he allegedly took the purse from a basket on the laundry, the place they’d gone individually, and walked out. The lady was washing clothes belonging to each of them.
She stated he requested Vargas why he took the purse and he “displayed a knife” whereas telling her to go away him alone. The report didn’t say he truly pointed the knife.
The sufferer performed police a voice mail through which Vargas had stated he would rob her except his clothes was returned. One other buyer stated he didn’t see something however the sufferer exited the constructing and stated upon re-entering that Vargas had “pulled a knife.”
Fees of aggravated assault and theft of property have been filed, police stated.
•A person claiming to be repossessing a journey trailer drove it away from a camper park on Whitthorne Road Friday morning the trailer’s proprietor instructed police Monday.
The person instructed a resident of a neighboring trailer that papers in his hand had been repossession paperwork and requested easy methods to disconnect utility strains as one other man drove up in a black truck, the police report stated. Safety video from a close-by enterprise exhibits the truck driving away from the camper park, Officer Ramon Castillo was instructed.
•A white 2005 Chevrolet Silverado LS three-quarter ton four-wheel-drive crew cab pickup was stolen from Shelbyville Auto Gross sales, North Fundamental Road, police had been instructed Monday.
The truck was locked when final seen at 5 p.m. final Wednesday and the keys are on the dealership, the supervisor stated.
•A number of items of furnishings had been taken a number of weeks in the past from the workplace of the Bedford County Comfort Middle, U.S. 41A North in El Bethel, a Bedford County deputy was instructed Tuesday.
A grasp lock was reduce on a fence Tuesday, resulting in an worker submitting a report. The worker stated she thought the housebreaking was in all probability by “folks on medicine” and didn’t report it on the time as a result of she thought it was unlikely the offenders could be discovered.
•A handgun was stolen Sunday or Monday from an East Cedar Road dwelling, police stated.
A suspect who repeatedly visits the house was named.
•The catalytic converter was stolen from a truck at Bubba’s Fencing, Madison Road, police had been instructed Tuesday.
An worker found the theft when driving the truck. He instructed police the truck was making a “unusual” noise.
•Heroin was confiscated by police from a person who handed out at a counter inside Speedway, Madison Road, round 7:30 a.m. Monday.
Officer Brandi Merlo discovered a small bag of heroin and a needle within the clothes of Zachary Joseph Harvey, 34, of Pope Lane close to Bell Buckle. Harvey stated the needle was for drug use and he was drained after “strolling all evening.”
Harvey was charged with possession of a schedule I drug and paraphernalia. He was additionally served with earlier warrants for possession of schedule I and II medicine and paraphernalia and held on $10,000 bond.
•A bottle containing marijuana and a pipe used to smoke marijuana had been confiscated from a driver who allegedly saved going after placing one other automobile on the intersection of Freeway 437 Bypass and North Fundamental Road on Tuesday afternoon.
William Gary Demron was charged with possession of a schedule VI drug and paraphernalia and for leaving the scene of an accident, police stated. Demron allegedly struck the motive force’s facet of one other automobile. The police report stated nobody was injured.
•Megan Brock, 33, of Templeton Road was charged with possession of schedule II medicine and paraphernalia after officers questioned her concerning the contents of a change purse she was holding. Brock and a companion had been arrested after being noticed after hours on the premises of a Tate Avenue enterprise.
Brock admitted having a bag containing methamphetamine in her clothes after telling Sgt. David Dye of the Shelbyville Police Division and seventeenth Judicial District Drug Activity Drive Steven Daugherty she didn’t know what the “white powder-like substance” within the change purse was. The report stated .03 grams of methamphetamine had been confiscated.
Brock was given citations however not arrested. The companion, Jeffrey Jonathan Flora, 41, who was listed as homeless and a Shelbyville resident, was needed for violation of probation and contempt of courtroom. He was held on $4,000 bond.
The next had been charged since Monday by the Shelbyville Police Division, Bedford County Sheriff’s Workplace, Tennessee Freeway Patrol or seventeenth Judicial District Drug Activity Drive. They’re solely charged; guilt or innocence can be decided by the courts.
•Tavist Saquan Allison, 25, Ligon Drive; DUI, rushing, seat belt legislation, monetary duty; launched, $3,500 bond
•Fermina Lux Alonzo, 27, Sherwood Drive; no driver’s license/exhibited on demand; held, $1,000 bond
•Dustin Ray Bain, 35, Bradyville; present trigger listening to, failure to seem; held, $13,000 bond
•Lawrence Baker, 37, Inexperienced Lane; felony possession, gentle legislation, expired registration, driver to train due care, monetary duty; held, $10,000 bond
•Michael Seth Colbert, 41, Barksdale Lane; driving on suspended license; launched on recognizance
•Kelly Renea Dubois, 44,Troupe Highway; violation of parole; held for Tennessee Division of Corrections
•Jeffrey Jonathan Flora, 41, homeless, Shelbyville; violation of probation, contempt of courtroom; held, $4,000 bond
•Pablo Domingo Lorenzo, 26, King Avenue; no driver’s license, monetary duty; quotation issued
•Zachary Joesph Harvey, 34, Pope Lane; possession of schedule I drug (two counts), possession of schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia (two counts); held, $10,000 bond
•Tiffany Lawson, 33, Neeley Avenue; DUI (second offense); held, $4,500 bond
•Anthony Vaden McPherson, 31, Estill Springs; failure to seem, bench warrant; held, $70,000 bond
•Samuel Hernandez Ortiz, 39, Rock Road; rushing, driving on suspended license; launched, no bond
•Kai Aries James, 19, Antioch; failure to seem; launched on recognizance
•Aaron Lee Kelley, 42, Hickory Hill Highway; attachment, bench warrant; held, $3,000 bond
•Christina Elaine Mitchell, 41, Tullahoma; probation revocation, modification; launched, $5,000 bond
•Juan Jose Herrera Moreno, 46, Warners Bridge Highway; no driver’s license; quotation issued
•Brandon Allen Lee Roberson, 26, Murfreesboro; bondsman give up, failure to seem, bench warrant; held, $27,000 bond
•Michelle Lilleanna Scharp, 25, Warners Bridge Highway; present trigger listening to; summons issued
•Francisco Francisco Sebastian, 49, East Lane Road; DUI, implied consent, violation of probation; held, $6,500 bond
•Jeremy Scott Smith, 31, West Jackson Road; no driver’s license/exhibited on demand launched, no bond
•Brian Thomas Walker, 39, Tullahoma; probation revocation; launched on recognizance