Surprising Conclusion: Robbery at First Cash Near MTCS Tuesday Morning SOLVED - One ARRESTED and Second On the Run

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One of two suspects have been apprehended after a reported robbery on Tuesday morning at First Cash on Memorial Boulevard in Murfreesboro. M-P-D Police Sgt. Kyle Evans told WGNS in an email on Wednesday:

“After interviewing witnesses and examining the physical evidence the First Cash employee that reported the robbery, Sarah M. Jamison, was arrested and charged with Filing a False Report, Conspiracy to Commit Theft $1,000-$10,000 and Theft $1,000-$10,000. Warrants were also obtained for Jamison’s boyfriend, Brandon Stafford, for Conspiracy to File a False Report and Theft $1,000-$10,000. He is currently on the run from law enforcement.”

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Sarah Jamison (below), who is 24-years of age, has not made bond at this point and is still behind bars.

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The report of the robbery on Tuesday resulted in considerable man hours being spent on site that included a search for suspects involving both the Sheriff’s Department and the Police Department. Again, the employee who reported the theft has been arrested for filing a false report. Her boyfriend is also a suspect as well, but he has not been apprehended at this time. 

Previous Report:

Murfreesboro Police Sgt. Kyle Evans told WGNS at 10:32 Tuesday morning:

"At 8:18 the First Cash at 1802 Memorial Blvd. was reportedly robbed.  The clerk reported a male wearing a black hoodie black gloves, and dark jeans threatened her with a gun and demanded money.  The clerk complied and the suspect left on foot.  The officers searched the area and a K9 tracked the suspect but lost the track."

Both the police department and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office searched the area, but turned up empty handed. At this point, no arrest has been made and the case is still OPEN.

Previous Report - Andy Hutchins was on the scene of the robbery: 

 

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