MT. JULIET, Tenn. (WTVF) — Mt. Juliet Police alerted Metro-Nashville Police concerning a male suspect who they say stole body armor, rifles and a car, according to authorities.
Upon new information from the Smyrna Police Department, the items were stolen from Smyrna Police on Sunday, Oct. 29, when three vehicles were targeted and burglarized at an officer’s residence.
On Monday, Oct. 30, MJPD were alerted to a stolen car by license plate recognition technology. Police chased the suspect and attempted to stop him in Providence MarketPlace, but the car fled and led them on a pursuit down S. Mt. Juliet Road to the Antioch area.
This reads like a bad GTA fan fiction tale, only it is real.
And according to other source, we are talking plural guns and body armor that were inside the vehicle stolen from the officer’s home.
And that is why they get ignored when they pontificate about gun safety.