Memphis man arrested after alleged crime spree

On Behalf of | Aug 19, 2015 | Violent Crimes |

Memphis residents are familiar with the high rate of crime that affects the city. Law enforcement is always on the lookout for anyone suspected of violent crimes such as carjacking and robbery. Recently a man was arrested in Memphis after an alleged crime spree.

On August 12, a man allegedly went on a crime spree that included a car jacking and several robberies. The crime spree started that morning in a drug store parking lot on the corner of East McLemore and South Bellevue Boulevard. Police allege the man took a woman’s Toyota Camry from the parking lot after pointing a gun at the car’s owner. Around 30 minutes later the man allegedly robbed a person at the Target on Poplar Avenue. He then allegedly robbed a check cashing store on Winchester Road approximately 30 minutes later. Around 12:15 the suspect allegedly robbed another check cashing store at Austin Peay Highway. Law enforcement found the car about a mile and half away and arrested the suspect around 1 pm. The suspect was charged with aggravated robbery and was being held on a $150,000 bond.

When a person is charged with a serious crime in Memphis, they can feel like the whole world is against them. A legal professional skilled in criminal law can help the accused fight the charges against them and allow them to tell their side of the story. A conviction for robbery or other violent crimes can mean many years in prison along with a damaged personal and professional reputation. It is important for those who are facing these charges to make sure they are receiving the best criminal defense.

The public and law enforcement in Memphis have a zero tolerance attitude toward violent crime. Those who are accused need help making sure their legal rights are being protected.

Source:, “Memphis police capture man suspected in Memphis-wide crime spree“, Felicia Bolton, Aug. 12, 2015


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