49-year-old Demaurice Johnson was charged with burglary, criminal impersonation, evading and resisting arrest, and possession of a weapon after he stuck two beers up his sleeves at Speedway and claimed his name was Antione Parson.
56-year-old Randy Robinson, 47-year-old Crystal Merry, and 36-year-old Olivia Clark were charged with burglary after stealing $900 in blinds from an abandoned home.
55-year-old George Kilgore was charged with burglary after police say he attempted to steal $280 worth of pots and pans from Target.
21-year-old James Sherrod was charged with three counts of burglary and evading arrest after he fled from authorities and stole items ranging from a woman’s wallet to sparkplugs.
42-year-old Toni Camia was charged with burglary after she was caught on camera skip scanning items and fraudulently returning an item at Walmart while she had outstanding warrants.
30-year-old Bernard Stanton was charged with burglary after he stole an air fryer from Walmart and was caught near White Castle on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard.
30-year-old Cyle Andrew was charged with two counts of burglary after a resident claimed he broke into his house, went through his car, stole his wallet, and left with a “black item” in his hand.
40-year-old Joel Cody was charged with burglary and possession of methamphetamine after he was held at gunpoint for opening and going through a man’s vehicle.
57-year-old Tommy Wheeler was charged with burglary and theft of property when he stole steak and shrimp from two separate stores on the same day, one of which he had previously received a criminal trespass letter regarding.
29-year-old Michael Martin was charged with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia as well as burglary when police respond to a burglary at the Wilma Rudolph Walmart then find methamphetamine with other paraphernalia in his Volkswagon.