39-year-old Verdell Sesley was charged with assault, vandalism, and burglary after breaking a window and door lock to a Family Dollar then threaten to kill a woman trying to help him.
42-year-old Michael Jones was charged with criminal trespass and theft of property after he stole food from Family Dollar and brazenly ate it on the bench outside multiple days in a row.
32-year-old Kenyatta Allen was charged with theft of merchandise after stuffing socks in his pants when five officers responded to a Family Dollar manager flagging them down.
26-year-old Corey “RudeBoii Xan” Lurry was charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun and two counts of reckless endangerment after opening fire in response to a cup being thrown at his vehicle on I-240.
30-year-old Taleshia Baskerville was charged with criminal impersonation after falsely identifying herself as a victim named Terica Dickerson, who is her sister. Further investigation revealed Baskerville to have an active warrant for theft of merchandise occurring in November of 2019.
22-year-old Mario Turner was charged with evading arrest and five counts of theft of property after a theft spree that spanned at least six weeks. Turner was filmed stealing boxes of pizza, a Hostess cake and bag of Takis, hygiene products, and several cases of beer.
19-year-old Kadarius Irby was charged with carjacking and employment of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony after police say he and another man jacked a 2001 Ford Ranger from a Memphis Family Dollar and led them on a chase between Memphis and Southhaven, Mississippi.
26-year-old Raheem Wilkins was charged with theft of property after he walked into a Family Dollar, filled up two trash cans with cleaning supplies, and then walked out.