Monday, April 27, 2009

Church's cash found with teen, police say

Tennessean April 27,2009 NASHVILLE An alarm at a miniature golf course led Metro Police to a man accused of burglarizing a South Nashville church Friday. Officers checking on the golf business on Blue Hole Road spotted a man with shards of glass on his shirt, according to a news release. Police searched his backpack and found $1,271 in cash and a flashlight bearing the name of the nearby Lighthouse Baptist Church. A note on the cash had the name of the church's finance director written on it. The officers checked on the church and found that it had been burglarized. According to the release, the man they stopped, Tevin Dajuan Taylor, 18, admitted to the burglary. He remained in jail Saturday.

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