Thursday Arrest NOT Tied to On Target gun theft

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Earlier reports that a Thursday night arrest may have had ties to an earlier theft of guns at On Target have been proved wrong. However, a stolen gun was found in the vehicle in which the three arrested men were riding.

A citzen saw the suspects and thought they looked like suspects from surveilance video at On Target. However, authorities have proven that was not the case.

According to the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office, three persons arrested Thursday evening at a gas station on the corner of South Church Street and Warrior Drive.


Arrested were:

(L-R mugshots) Quandre Marquis Knowles, Lysaunder Gawain Grimes, and Nicholar Waters


Quandre Marquis Knowles of Ransom Drive was charged with theft of $500 to $1,000 in property (Type F), unlawful possession of a weapon by a committed felon, drug manufacturing/delivery/sale (Type F), tampering with an fabricating evidence, and provide tobacco, sale, inable smoking for person under age 18. Knowles' bond was set at $49,000.

Lysaunder Gawain Grimes of 1st Avenue was charged with failure to appear in court, theft of property $500 or less, and unlawful possession of a weapon by a committed felon. Grimes' bond was $12,500.

Nicholar Waters of East State Street was charged with theft of property $500 or less. He was released on $7,500 bond.

All three men are scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on January 17, 2017.

Both the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office and the Murfreesboro Police Department worked together in the arrest on Thursday evening (11/16/17).

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