Three Nashville women arrested for Sevier County theft, assault

Sevierville (WVLT) – Three Nashville women will face various charges related to a Sevier County shoplifting incident.

It happened Wednesday evening at Tanger Five Oaks Mall.

According to officers with the Sevierville Police Department, they responded to the call around 5:15 PM at the Children’s Place store.

When an officer tried to stop the alleged shoplifters from leaving the scene, he was struck by their car but not injured.

About an hour later, Pigeon Forge police officers tried to stop the same vehicle near the south end of the Parkway.

That’s when three women inside it exited the car and tried to flee the scene.

Two of the three women were quickly arrested and the third was finally tracked down 45 minutes later by police from Pigeon Forge and Sevierville

Inside the car police found more than $3,000 worth of stolen merchandise.

Sevierville police charged Felicia T. Crowder, 22 of Nashville with theft, driving on a suspended license, reckless driving, aggravated assault and resisting arrest

Michelle E. Beasley, 20 of Nashville was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of stolen property

The third person arrested is Shadricka S. Bostick, 24 of Nashville who will face charges for possession of stolen property.

All three women will face separate charges from the Pigeon Forge police



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