Woman Allegedly Walks Herself to Police Car When Warrant Served

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Criminals usually don’t walk themselves to the patrol car when police arrive… not usually.

The Murfreesboro Police Vice Unit and the Gang Unit showed up at a home on North Highland Avenue this past week to serve a search warrant. Once at the home 37-year old Mary Lou Chaney stated, “Any evidence found inside the house is all mine.” An arrest report shows that after making the statement she proceeded to walk outside the home and jumped into the back of a police car.

Chaney is a convicted felon who has a past conviction for selling cocaine and officers found a handgun on her property. As a result of the weapon being found by the Vice Unit, she was charged with possession of a firearm by a felon.


Also arrested in the same home as Chaney, was 22-year old Ricco Monzel Summers. He was charged with the felony possession of marijuana after officers found Mary Jane that was allegedly hidden in the area of his groin along with what police described as a “Large sum of cash.”

Both Chaney and Summers will appear in court this November.



MPD Arrest Report #13-19295 A and B

Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office

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