Stolen Murfreesboro Car Leads To Hendersonville Arrests

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A stolen vehicle from Murfreesboro led Hendersonville Police to arrest five persons believed to be connected with a several crimes, including stolen autos and burglarizing others.

21-year old Anisha Johnson, along with two 18-year olds: Dvonte Blivens and Decarlo Churchwell, as well as a 16-year old juvenile were charged with possession of stolen property valued a more than $2,500 along with two counts of burglary to a vehicle.

Officials believe that several other crimes were connected and took place in several police jurisdictions.


The police investigation has revealed that a car taken from Nashville was used to steal the one from Murfreesboro, where additional auto burglaries occurred.

Since the arrest occurred in Hendersonville for crimes allegedly committed there, the first court appearance for the adults will be in Sumner County Courts on March 27, 2019.


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