Woman Accused Of Stealing Car, Credit Cards At Opry Mills
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Davidson County woman has been accused of making purchases with stolen credit cards at Opry Mills Mall. The woman was also driving a stolen car, according to police.
Detectives from the Nashville Police Department said 24-year-old Angelica Bolton was arrested Thursday night after she was caught on surveillance video stealing a car from the mall parking lot. Police said she had been to the mall earlier in the day and attempted to make purchases with stolen credit cards.
Security officers from Opry Mills notified police after the suspect was seen making purchases at several different stores. Bolton was spotted on surveillance cameras leaving the mall.
According to police, the car Bolton was accused of stealing had a tracking device on it. They located the vehicle, and she was apprehended while getting out of the car.
Investigators said Bolton had several stolen credit cards, multiple driver's licenses, a pill crusher, and several prescription pills, including Xanax and Adderall. Police said she admitted to stealing the car and having a revoked license.
Bolton was scheduled to be back in court in October.
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