One of two teenagers accused in armed robberies at adjoining stores Aug, 13 has turned 18 and has been transferred to adult court.
Chris Quashon Kinzer of Columbia is being held as an adult on two counts of aggravated robbery, Detective Sgt. Brian Crews of the Shelbyville Police Department said. Bond is set at $100,000.
Kinzer, another teen and two adults are accused of robbing Economy Liquors and P & M Market.
Four loaded guns were recovered along with a backpack filled with money, liquor and two cell phones taken in the robberies. The backpack was left in a field after the suspects found their haul too heavy to carry while eluding police, who arrived as they were leaving the store.
A two-way radio was stolen from a Bedford County school bus at an Eagle Boulevard residence overnight Monday, Shelbyville police said.
The radio is used to communicate with the schools and other bus drivers, according to the report.
An unemployment debit card was stolen from a car at a Myers Street home last Thursday and used to withdraw $20 at a local bank, police were told Monday.
The following were arrested since Monday by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriff's Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
* Seferina Munoz Acosta, 42, Brookhaven Circle; no driver's license/exhibited on demand, vehicle light law; released, $500 bond
* Ricky L. Bonifant Jr., 27, Pass Road; violation of probation; summons delivered
* Thomas Harold Jones, 47, Highway 64 West; domestic assault; released, $2,500 bond
* Chris Quashon Kinzer, 18, Columbia; aggravated robbery (two counts); held, no bond
* Michael Love Madden, 30, Butler Avenue; bondsman surrender; held, $100,000 bond
* Antonia Torres, 27, East Cedar Street; DUI (second offense), driving on revoked license, financial responsibility; released, $3,000 bond