UPDATE: What did the Clerk at First Cash Tell Police on Tuesday in Regards to the Robbery Report? Hmmm...

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We have more news on the woman who claimed to have been robbed at First Cash on Memorial Boulevard Tuesday morning in Murfreesboro (12/17/13). Even though the woman was later arrested and accused of making up the whole story of a robbery, her story to police was quite detailed.

A police report WGNS obtained stated…

“The victim told me (Officer Burubeltz) that she had just opened the business and was standing behind the counter when a man entered the business and approached the counter. The suspect told the victim to put her hands in the air and that he had a gun and wanted all of the money. The victim said to the suspect that they had no money because it had been deposited, but the suspect ordered for the money again. The victim walked back to the safe and at that time the suspect walked through the open door that led to behind the counter where the safe was and met the victim there. The suspect punched the victim three times in the face leaving visible injuries below her right eye and ordered her to open the safe. The victim opened the safe and the suspect reached in and grabbed an undisclosed amount of money.”


24-Year old Jamison further told police that before the culprit took off on foot, he made her go into the bathroom. The female then described the suspect to officers as being a black male standing 6 foot 2. She said he was wearing black clothing and black gloves. Police then called in a tracking K-9 and a team of officers to search the area for a possible suspect. Middle Tennessee Christian School, which is 100-feet to the right of First Cash, was placed on Code Yellow lockdown. Of course a culprit was never located.

The following day, Murfreesboro Police Sgt. Kyle Evans confirmed that an investigation into the robbery led to the arrest of Jamison. Police say her boyfriend Brandon Stafford is also a wanted suspect in connection with the theft.


Sgt. Evans told WGNS in an email:

“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.”

Stafford is still on the run. 


MPD Incident Report 13-24906

MPD Sgt. Kyle Evans

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