Terrell Mann, 51, faces several charges for thefts from Walmart.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
A parolee who was banned from all Walmart properties after being convicted of stealing from the retailer was arrested again for a crime spree at the business.
According to a press release, the latest theft took place Monday afternoon when 51-year-old Terrell Mann took merchandise from the store located on Nolensville Pike.
Police said Mann then stole a woman’s Chevrolet Impala and drove to another Walmart located on Powell Avenue. He then reportedly put a case of beer in a shopping cart and attempted to leave without paying.
When a loss prevention officer tried to stop him, Mann pulled out an airsoft handgun and fled the store when the gun fell.
Officials said Mann’s final stop was the Lowe's and Walmart parking lot on Charlotte Pike.
Police used the GPS system inside the stolen Impala to pinpoint his exact location and take him into custody.
Mann was charged with three counts of theft of property, three counts of theft of merchandise, evading arrest and unlawful possession of an imitation firearm.
Some of the charges stem from two other Walmart thefts police said Mann carried out last week.
He is currently being held in lieu of $90,000 bond.
His criminal history includes convictions for aggravated robbery, theft and forgery. He was also sentenced to 33 days behind bars just three weeks ago for committing a theft at the Nolensville Pike Walmart.
Thursday, August 28 2014 3:28 PM EDT2014-08-28 19:28:07 GMT
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