An accused lottery ticket thief has been arrested after a break-in at a Nashville gas station early Monday morning.
Officers were called to the Mapco on Lebanon Pike just south of downtown Nashville around 1:45 a.m.
Metro police were responding to a security alarm when officers found the glass door broken and lottery tickets scattered on the ground.
The tickets formed a trail leading to a nearby wooded area where officers heard rustling noises and spotted a woman who tried to run away, according to Metro police.
She was soon taken into custody near some railroad tracks.
Metro police identified her as 41-year-old Natasha Jones.
Jones was booked into the Metro jail felony burglary. Her bond was set at
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