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    Man allegedly commits 10 felonies in 9 hours


    Suspect William Todd allegedly committed 10 felonies in just 9 hoursOne man traveling through Tennessee allegedly completed a crime spree with such urgency that even local police say they'd never seen anything like it.

    William Todd, 24, is accused of committing 10 felonies in just nine hours while going on a "terror" through Nashville.

    "He was just on a terror. I've never seen anything like this before," Sgt. Tony Blackburn, told WSMV.

    Todd is not even a native of Nashville. Police say he traveled there on a Greyhound bus from Kentucky before beginning his unprecedented crime spree. Upon arriving in Nashville, he allegedly broke into a local business called The Slaughterhouse, where he stole a Taser, revolver and shotgun. He then proceeded to steal a T-shirt from the Slaughterhouse before burning the business to the ground.

    Todd then moved on to a local bar, where he held four patrons at gunpoint. He robbed all four individuals but not before using the Taser on one and pistol-whipping another.

    Just five minutes later, Todd moved onto his next alleged felony, carjacking a taxi driver at gunpoint. After leaving the cab, he used the credit cards he had stolen from the bar patrons to buy food.

    "He was able to find the Walmart on Nolensville. He goes there and purchased $199 worth of items," Sgt. Blackburn said.

    And that was only the beginning.

    In the early hours of the following morning, Todd then broke into a local hotel's law office. He not only vandalized the offices but also then defecated on a desk and smeared his feces on some of the framed law degrees.

    Leaving the offices, Todd then reportedly robbed several of the hotel guests. He knocked on their door pretending to be a female housekeeper, then robbed them at gunpoint. He was also reportedly crying while doing so.

    He then briefly paused for a change in personal appearance.

    "We have him on video leaving the hotel with a shaved head," Sgt. Blackburn said.

    After crashing his stolen cab into a local parking garage, Todd then quickly held another taxi driver at gunpoint. When police finally apprehended Todd, he was hiding atop Opryland, partially submerged in a water-cooling vat. The Metro Fire Department was brought in to assist in Todd's removal from the vat, using a bucket and ladder truck.

    His bond has reportedly been set at $180,000.

    "He rode the Greyhound bus and had a layover, then left in blue lights," Sgt. Blackburn said. "There definitely could be more charges. We hope that there are no more victims."
    There are certain crimes that are simply too cruel, too sadistic, too hideous to be forgiven.”
    ― John E. Douglas, Journey Into Darkness.

    6 Things you don't mess with.
    MY FAITH

    MY FAMILY

    MY FLAG

    MY COUNTRY

    MY HONOR AND THE THIN BLUE LINE

  • #2
    Sounds like the guy just went bat-**** crazy.

    Originally posted by steve354 View Post
    Upon arriving in Nashville, he allegedly broke into a local business called The Slaughterhouse, where he stole a Taser, revolver and shotgun.
    Clever name.

    DYZ

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    • #3
      From Kentucky, 10 felonies in 9 hours? Isn't meth really bad in Kentucky?
      Ut humiliter opinor

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      • #4
        Didn't they make a movie that went something like this?



        Why is his bond only $180,000? He did more commensurate damage to society in a day.


        Steve,

        That avatar is legendary.

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        • #5
          It's good to be busy I suppose...... So much for "idle hands are the devil's playground" theory huh? hahaha

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          • #6
            Why is his bond only $180,000?
            Thinking the same thing myself. If that guy was brought in to the right magistrate around here he may not even get a bond... if he does it will more than likely be to the tune of several million.

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