POLICE: Several more arrests made after train robbery leads to burglary ring

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — There is new information about an early morning break-in that left several box cars on a train burglarized of high-priced televisions.

After a high-speed chase and fleeing suspects, Memphis Police said they made several arrests.

Newly released documents detailed what investigators said happened when they said 9 people broke into train cars that were sitting along tracks on EH Crump Blvd. in south Memphis, allegedly making off with dozens of televisions worth between $60,000 and $250,000, according to charging documents and a Memphis Police Department spokesperson.

Two of the people arrested were related, according to one of the documents. Police arrested 38-year-old Robbie Terrell and her 20-year-old son, Jaylen Hastings.

The brazen robbery happened Thursday morning, when, according to documents, police were notified of the crime.

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Arriving units gave chase to a dark-colored pickup truck that eventually got away, they said, but not before noticing televisions in its bed.

However, one man, 47-year-old Terrence Moorehead, was found in a truck nearby, according to police, with 13 television’s found to be in his possession.

Moorehead was arrested and charged with ten counts of burglary and one count of theft of property valued between $60,000 and $250,000.

The next day, documents show, police made a major break when officers, in a separate investigation into citywide car thefts, which also involved a dark-colored truck, were led to a home in the 1300 block of Preston St. in South Memphis.

Police said they found 4 televisions inside the home after obtaining a search warrant. The serial numbers matched the range of serial numbers belonging to the stolen televisions, police said.

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Police also said they found an assault rifle, handguns, and marijuana ready for distribution inside the home.

The home was Terrell’s residence, according to police.

The arrest and charging information is as follows, according to Memphis Police:

Male (17) -Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Burglary to wit Auto (140 counts); Vandalism under $1,000 (140 counts);Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony (5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana; Theft of Property to wit Auto $10,000 - $60,000 (Dodge Ram); Theft of Property $1,000 - $2,500; Theft of Property under $1,000

Jerald Jones - Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Burglary to wit Auto (140 counts); Vandalism under $1,000 (140 counts);Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony (5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana; Theft of Property to wit Auto $10,000 - $60,000 (Dodge Ram); Theft of Property $1,000 - $2,500; Theft of Property under $1,000

Jaylen Hastings - Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony (5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana

Male (15) - Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony (5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana

Montavious Conard - Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony (5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana

Male (17)- Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony (5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana

Robbie Terrell - Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony (5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana

Terrence Moorehead – Burglary – motor vehicle (10 counts); Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary)

One of the men arrested, Averion Finley, was also arrested on a warrant for attempted first-degree murder, according to police. According to an affidavit, he used an assault rifle to shoot at two people in a car near Whitehaven in September.

While allegedly involved in the train heist, records show Finley was on bond for felony theft and a weapons violation.

Finley’s charges are as follows.

Averion Finley - Arrest for Criminal Attempt First Degree Murder. Warrants will be issued for the following charges: Theft of Property $60,000 - $250,000 (Box car burglary); Poss. a Firearm during commission dangerous felony ( 5 counts); Possession of Controlled Substance w/I to Man/Delv/Sell to wit Marijuana

All arrest information came from a Memphis Police spokesperson.