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Two suspects arrested, one still sought in gas station assault

Two suspects arrested, one still sought in gas station assault

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – Metro Nashville Law enforcement are seeking for a suspect wished for shoplifting and assault Wednesday.

Law enforcement stated a few people are suspected of shoplifting and assaulting an worker at the Murfreesboro Pike Marathon fuel station on Thursday. All suspects have been recognized on the other hand, only two have been arrested.

Violent Crimes officers arrested Leslie Myhand, 32, of Nashville, and Sasha Arrington, 33, of Sumner County, and billed them for their involvement in the incident.

Detectives explained they positioned the white Honda Pilot concerned in the investigation at a hotel on Spence Lane. Surveillance images from the fuel station confirmed Myhand, Arrington, and a gentleman getting into the Honda Pilot. Police then took all a few into custody but later on produced the guy soon after questioning.

The sufferer informed law enforcement that Myhand’s credit score card was denied multiple occasions right before she finally still left with the gas station objects she attempted to order. Myhand was later charged with theft of goods.

Police reported Arrington was billed with theft of a firearm after she came up guiding the victim and took her weapon through the assault.

Authorities are continue to on the lookout for Tiffany Dryden, 35, of Hermitage, identified as the suspect who pushed the worker to the floor and began smacking her head to the flooring. She now has energetic warrants for assault and theft of items.

Anyone with information on Dryden’s whereabouts is asked to phone Criminal offense Stoppers at (615)742-7463.

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