2 charged after 70-year-old woman injured in East Nashville bump-and-rob

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Metro police said a woman’s wallet, keys, and some personal items were taken during an apparent bump-and-rob incident Saturday in East Nashville.

The 70-year-old victim told police she was driving near Eastland Avenue and North 16th Street when she was hit by the driver of a blue sedan.

The woman said the suspects’ vehicle hit her car so hard, she got whiplash.

Police said the victim then exited her vehicle to speak with the other driver, 18-year-old Brandon Partee.

As Partee and the victim spoke, Partee’s passenger, 26-year-old Bishun McKinley, stole items from her front seat.

Once the interaction was over, the victim noticed her purse, wallet, keys and hearing aids were missing.

Police tracked down Partee and McKinley at a Tennessee Quick Cash along Dickerson Pike.

The victim’s items have not been recovered. 

Both suspects face burglary and theft charges.

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