Bail Bondsman Arrested, Posts Bail “Immediately”

TENNESSEE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION ARRESTS ROBERTSON COUNTY BAIL BONDSMAN

 Nashville, Tenn. – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation last night arrested a Robertson County bail bondsman for conspiring to steal from a local Walmart store.

 TERRY CONNTerry Conn, 48, of Springfield, was indicted by the Robertson County grand jury last month on one count of conspiracy to commit theft of property. In October of 2012, the 19th Judicial District Attorney General requested TBI to open an investigation into allegations of conspiring to steal property from the Springfield Walmart. The investigation revealed that in February of 2012, Conn, who works for Freebird Bonding, was seen on video loading a shopping cart in Walmart and walking away from it. Another individual, who has already been arrested for the theft, then walked the shopping cart outside the store and loaded the merchandise into a truck. The two later exchanged the merchandise in the parking lot behind Freebird bonding. Additional video shows Conn attempting to commit the same crime the day prior to this event.

Conn was arrested and booked into the Robertson County jail on a $5000 bond. Conn posted bond immediately following booking.

The above is an unmodified copy of the TBI report.

Jim Ball reporting

 

 

 

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  1. sonny

    Well he still controls the sheriffs office as far as his name not showing up on booking sheet,everyone else who has been arrested has their name their for the public to see BUT MR.CONN has friends in the booking room I guess,So it must be nice to know people who can pull strings for you.

  2. Luis Mier

    Nice job, if this type of work will be continued then the society will keep eyes open .