Tennessee suspect arrested after leaving his wallet in stolen automobile
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Law enforcement in Tennessee arrested a person who was required for an assault incident after locating his wallet within a stolen vehicle.
The Memphis Police Section said that officers responded to an aggravated assault on Aug. 14 at about 12:36 a.m. at 1920 Whitten Street.
Law enforcement claimed that the victims of the assault adopted a stolen Honda when the suspect fired his weapon and strike their vehicle, and held following it right up until the automobile wrecked in close proximity to Kirby Whitten Road and Snowshoe Drive in Bartlett, Tennessee.
When law enforcement searched the area of the crash, they did not track down the suspect, but found a wallet that belonged to Joseph Sanders inside of the car together with a stolen handgun. Police also reviewed movie of Sanders fleeing the region of the crash.
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Sanders was arrested at an tackle close by and taken to the Memphis multi-company gang unit workplaces, where by he was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, convicted felon in the possession of a handgun, and vandalism of $1,000 or less.