A Nashville man is in custody for fraud charges in multiple states and counties in Tennessee.
Police 46-year-old Trivillus Marquiso Harris attempted to buy an enclosed trailer from a Clarksville man with a forged cashier’s check on Oct. 29. The man seemed suspicious of Harris and contacted the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Detectives said that they found that Harris was in possession of two stolen Ducati’s, a stolen Audi Q5, a stolen 2008 Dodge truck, numerous preprinted cashier’s checks, and a number of titles to stolen motorcycles and vehicles.
Police also named Harris a suspect in thefts that happened in Nashville, Murfreesboro, and St. Louis, Missouri.
Detectives said he had been known to use Taylor Hill, Tyler Hill, and Dave Melson as aliases in his crimes. They said he also may have run a computer repair, handyman, and automotive customization business to defraud customers.
Harris has outstanding warrants in Virginia for violating probation and Florida for traffic violations. He also has outstanding warrants in Davidson County on two counts of property theft and two counts of forgery.
Harris was arrested in Montgomery County and charged with auto theft, forgery, criminal impersonation, and fugitive wanted by another state in addition to his out of county warrants.
His bond was set at $350,000.
Harris also has an extensive criminal history dating back to 1999.
If you have been defrauded by Harris, please contact Investigator Tim Adair at 931-648-0611 or contact your local law enforcement agency.