Please help the Hendersonville Police Department identify these persons suspected of committing fraud.
HPD# 13002594, Det. Neal Harris
Police need your help to identify this person. He is believed to be part of a scam wherein a vehicle is purchased via the Internet. Money is sent to an alleged seller and the vehicle is never delivered to the buyer.
Case # 13001271, Detective Seneca Smith.
On 02-13-13, the Hendersonville Police Department was able to resolve a string of residential burglaries that had taken place on the Walton Ferry peninsula since the beginning of January this year. Police arrested James P. Jones, age 20, and Timothy J. Hartsinick, age 33 for their respective roles involving the burglaries and theft of property.
James P. Jones has been charged with Aggravated Burglary (6 counts), Attempted Aggravated Burglary (1 count), Theft of Property over $1000 (5 counts), Theft of Property under $500 (1 count).
Timothy J. Hartsinick has been charged with Possession of Stolen Property over $1000 (5 counts).
Jones and Hartsinick are currently being held in Sumner County Jail with a pending court date of February 27, 2013.
Hendersonville Jewelers was burglarized in the overnight hours of January 27th through 28th, 2013. A large quantity of jewelry was stolen to include items left for consignment and repair. Persons having items at the store are asked to contact Detective David Harrell (615) 264-5303 with any documentation and photographs of items.
The Hendersonville Police Department would like your help to solve this crime. If you have any information relative to this burglary, to include any suspicious activity observed leading up to or after the burglary, please submit your tips via the Crime Stoppers Hotline (615) 573-5400, submit tips anonymously at www.crimereports.com, or text your tip to 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.