Felony shoplifters remain jailed after fighting Franklin Police Officers

Chayan Fuentes
Age: 26
Bowling Green, KY

Two felony shoplifters remain behind bars after resisting two Franklin Police Officers who were taking them into custody. It happened at 6:00 Sunday night, at the CoolSprings Galleria. Chayan Fuentes of Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Jorge Lugo of Madison, Tennessee had just stolen more than $1,700 in fine fragrances from Macy’s.

Two undercover Franklin Police Officers approached the suspects moments later inside the mall. The suspects created quite a scene, resisting officers who were eventually able to get them into custody.

Jorge Lugo
Age: 24
Madison, TN

Fuentes remains jailed on a $15,000 bond, charged with Felony Theft and Resisting Arrest. Lugo remains behind bars on a $20,000 bond, charged with Felony Theft, Resisting Arrest, and Evading Arrest. Both will appear before a judge Tuesday morning at 9:00 am.

To the four anonymous citizens who selflessly assisted our officers with getting two very combative suspects into custody: We offer each of you our sincerest thanks.  

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WANTED: Angel Delgado | Crime Stoppers cash offered for info that leads to capture of wanted felon

A cash reward is being offered for information that leads police to a dangerous felony suspect. Angel Delgado is wanted for multiple counts of auto burglary and fraudulent use of a credit card. Delgado is also a suspect in a Tuesday morning home burglary in Franklin’s Sullivan Farms Subdivision and a hit-and-run crash that occurred on Royal Oaks Boulevard shortly after that burglary.

Delgado is driving a 2012 blue Honda Civic with damage to the front bumper. Note the unique black passenger-side wheel on Delgado’s vehicle. Delgado is a convicted felon with a lengthy criminal history.

A cash reward of up to $1,000 is being offered
for information that leads to Delgado’s capture by police

Call Crime Stoppers
(615) 794-4000
with information

If you spot Delgado’s vehicle in traffic,
call 9-1-1

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Suspect in stolen car who tried to run over Franklin Police Officer arrested

A shoplifter who used a stolen car to wreck four police cars and tried running over a Franklin Police Officer last week is in custody. The arrest took place this morning at the 16-year-old’s Nashville high school.

On Thursday night, 08/10/2017, Franklin PD Flex Officers located an unoccupied stolen car in the parking lot of the Academy Sports on Mallory Lane. The stolen car was believed to have been driven there by two earlier shoplifting suspects. As officers approached the suspects who were re-entering that stolen car, the driver crashed into four police cars and nearly ran over a Franklin Police Officer during her dangerous getaway. Officers were later stunned to learn she is only sixteen.

Charged with Felony Theft, Reckless Aggravated Assault, three counts of Aggravated Assault, and Shoplifting, the suspect is in the process of being booked into the Williamson County Juvenile Detention Center. A court date has not yet been set. Additional charges are expected in this case

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Video released of suspects in stolen car trying to run over Franklin Police Officer; Cash reward offered for information leading to their capture

Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information about two suspects who nearly ran over an officer and wrecked four Franklin Police cars during their dangerous escape in a stolen car.

(Video and pictures removed after learning that the driver is sixteen)

It happened Thursday night at the Academy Sports on Mallory Lane. Franklin PD Flex Officers located an unoccupied stolen car in the parking lot that two shoplifting suspects from an earlier call were believed to be driving. At 8:30 pm, Officers approached the suspects who were re-entering that stolen car. That’s when the driver crashed into four unmarked Franklin Police cars and nearly ran over a police officer during the dangerous getaway.

A cash reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for 
information on these at-large felony suspects
Call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
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