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Bizarre behavior in the 'Boro

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The following bizarre reports were on file this week at Murfreesboro Police Department.

David Dewayne Sanders Jr., 26, of 217 Power Ave. was charged with simple possession of crack cocaine, Detective Merrill Beene reported.

Beene approached Sanders last week on South University Street and asked if he had any drugs on him.

“Sanders said that he did and retrieved a plastic bag of crack cocaine from his buttocks,” Beene reported.

Beene booked him into Rutherford County Adult Detention Center. A hearing is set June 23 in General Sessions Court.

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Sixty multi-colored Biofit bras were stolen Thursday from Victoria’s Secret on Old Fort Parkway, Officer Don Schubert reported.

A Hispanic man apparently emptied four drawers of the bras into a bag when the employees helped other customers. When he left, the manager tried to stop him but he fled.

Workers at the Victoria’s Secret store in Hickory Hollow Mall in Antioch warned the Murfreesboro store employees about the man who apparently committed a similar crime there.

Loss was estimated at $3,000.




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June 01, 2008 at 6:00pm
so the Post is stooping to a new low just to get page views? lying about an incident that happened at the Victoria's Secret on Old Fort Parkway? I am a victoria's secret employee in the mall who was involved with that investigation and that is NOT what the call was concerning. The loss occurred at the Hickory Hollow Mall in Antioch. there was no loss at the store on Old Fort. the Antioch store put out a BOLO on all of the stores in the middle tn area. the store in the murfreesboro stones river mall called police to let them know what the situation was. Don Schubert did not report this like the post has posted because my manager has a copy of the report. the bras were not stolen from the old fort location, they were stolen from Hickory Hollow Mall in antioch. get it right POST! there was no "similar crime," there was just the one crime.
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