Adam Fedoruk Date of Birth: 09/20/1987 914 Moores Court Brentwood, TN 37067
A Brentwood man is free on bond after his second DUI arrest. Last night at 11:50, officers were summoned to the Taco Bell, on Galleria Boulevard, after witnesses reported a possible drunk driver. Arriving officers encountered an SUV, in the drive-thru, with its tires rubbed up against the sidewalk curb.
Officers determined that the driver, 28-year-old Adam Fedoruk, of Brentwood, was impaired. Fedoruk, charged with his second DUI, is free on the $4,500 bond set by the Magistrate. He is due in court 04/28/2016 at 1pm.
Tiana Anderson Date of Birth: 01/04/1995 1707 Knowles Street Nashville, TN 37208
Two woman have been charged with Felony Theft, after undercover Franklin Police officers spotted suspicious activity in the parking lot of the CoolSprings Galleria Mall.
At 4:30, Tuesday afternoon, FPD Flex Team officers spotted the two in a parked car. One of the suspects, 21-year-old Tiana Anderson, was putting on layers of clothing – a disguise tactic, common among criminals just prior to committing a crime. Anderson and a second suspect, 21-year-old Ja Quan Nichols, then entered Belk where officers and store security kept them under surveillance.
Ja Quan Nichols Date of Birth: 01/12/1995 270 Tampa Dr. #G4 Nashville, TN 37211
The suspects took several items of clothing into a fitting room, where they concealed the merchandise in their purses and under their clothing. As they left the store, the thieves ran from officers who were attempting to take them into custody. After a brief foot pursuit through the mall, both suspects were quickly captured. The suspects stole nearly $1,000 in merchandise, which was quickly recovered by officers.
Anderson and Nichols were charged with Felony Theft. Anderson is free on the $5,000 bond set by the Magistrate. Nichols remains jailed on the $3,500 bond the Magistrate set for her. Both suspects are due in court 04/28/2016 at 1pm.
How are we doing? That is the important question that Franklin Police Chief Deborah Faulkner is asking citizens to answer. “Our officers work hard to ensure that the service we provide our community is top-notch,” said Chief Faulkner. “We want to hear from the people we serve. Their feedback is key to our continued commitment to being the best.”
The Franklin Police Department invites anyone who has had an encounter with its officers or civilian staff in the last year to take a brief, online survey to provide feedback on things like overall Department performance, employee competence, and staff professionalism.
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of this felony shoplifter. Today at 4:30 am, he loaded two computers into a cart and walked right out the door. It happened at the Franklin Walmart, on Mallory Lane. A Walmart employee was able to snatch one of the stolen computers out of the suspect’s back seat, before the suspect fled in an older model gold Lexus SUV.
Cameron Abbu Date of Birth: 01/16/1997 1215 General McArthur Drive Brentwood, Tennessee
A Brentwood man is free on bond after his arrest, Saturday, on DUI, drug, gun, and theft charges. An officer found 19-year-old Cameron Abbu unconscious in his car, in the Murfreesboro Rd. McDonald’s parking lot, at 1:58am. When the officer could not wake him up, paramedics were called to assist. Abbu, who eventually regained consciousness, was determined to be impaired. Officers found marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and a stolen handgun in Abbu’s possession.
Abbu, charged with DUI, Marijuana Possession, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Firearm while Under the Influence, and Theft, was released on the $10,500 bond set by the Magistrate in this case. He is due in court 04/28/2016 at 1pm.
Franklin Police are asking for the public’s help to identify this jewelry thief. On April 6, the male suspect, walking around in the grey jacket, is seen in this video grabbing a container from the counter of Pandora Jewelry in the CoolSprings Galleria. That container held more than $14,000 in charms. The suspect walked out of the store with the entire container while the clerk helped a customer.
Franklin Police are seeking suspects in two separate counterfeiting cases. On March 26, this woman attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at the Panera Bread, located at 3046 Columbia Ave. Staff there detected the fake and declined the sale. The suspect left with nothing.
On that same day, a second suspect successfully passed a counterfeit $100 bill at the Cool Springs Kroger, located at 2000 Mallory Lane. She purchased $10 in goods, with the fake, and got $90 of real money in return.
Today at 1pm, AT&T was conducting work that necessitated closure of the westbound lane of Murfreesboro Road, near the Yorktown Subdivision. They utilized a private security company to protect the work zone. A driver, leaving the Yorktown Subdivision, turned right onto Murfreesboro Road and collided with a passing trailer, forcing it into an AT&T worker. The collision knocked the worker under the AT&T truck, seriously injuring him. He was transported to the Trauma Center at Vanderbilt. The vehicles driven by the private security guards were not marked, and did not display any warning lights.
Leo Linkov (Franklin Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram), Chief Deborah Faulkner, Officer Jesus Coreno, Kris Krabill (Toyota, Cool Springs)
Franklin Police Officer Jesus Coreno has been named Officer of the Month for his work that led to the March 9 arrest of three suspects of an in-progress auto burglary. Officer Coreno spotted the suspects running from the scene when he arrived, and quickly coordinated with other responding officers. Two suspects were quickly contained, and the third was arrested a short time later. These arrests were particularly impactful for residents in the Fieldstone Farms neighborhood, who were being plagued by auto burglaries.
“Officer Coreno was instrumental in stopping these individuals involved in criminal activity in our neighborhoods,” said Chief Deborah Faulkner. “He used his training and experience in a way that benefited our community, and I commend him on a job well done.”
Toyota – Cool Springs, and Franklin Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram are proud sponsors of the Department’s Officer of the Month Program. Each month they honor a Franklin Police Officer’s accomplishment with a commemorative plaque, and a $150 check for the officer to donate to the charity of their choice. Officer Coreno is donating the money to his favorite charity: the St. Philip Catholic Church Christmas Basket Program. The charity provides gifts to community children to make their Christmas a little brighter.
Officer Coreno has served on the Franklin Police Department for 16 months. Prior to joining the FPD, Officer Coreno served the McAllen PD and Alamo PD, both in Texas. He has a total of 11 years in law enforcement.
Franklin Police are seeking the suspect responsible for two substantial snatch & grab thefts, from two different Cool Springs jewelry stores in the last two weeks.
* * * W A N T E D * * * Deira Lorenzo Whitehorn Date of Birth: 09/13/1992
On March 23, he grabbed a pair of diamond earrings, valued at $4,200, from the hand of a sales clerk at Kay Jewelers, inside the CoolSprings Galleria. Then, yesterday he struck again – grabbing a pair of diamond earrings from the clerk at Jared Jewelers on Cool Springs Boulevard. Those earrings were valued at $6,500. With the help of witnesses, detectives have identified the suspect as 23-year-old Deira Lorenzo Whitehorn, of Nashville.