PHOTO: Suspects Jeremy S. Underwood (left) and Shannon M. McNeese (right). / Photo courtesy of the Nolensville Police Department Facebook Page
By RACHAEL LONG
Nolensville police officers arrested two suspects in Nashville Friday morning following a month-long investigation into their whereabouts.
The suspects are Murfreesboro resident Jeremy S. Underwood, 38, and Smyrna resident Shannon M. McNeese, 30.
Nolensville Police Chief Roddy Parker said the investigation began following an incident on Feb. 7 in which a motor vehicle was stolen from Nolensville Auto Care.
“The NPD takes all crimes committed against our citizens seriously. In this case, a business owner was affected,” Roddy stated in an email. “Like everyone owning property or a business in Nolensville, they have a major investment made in the town. They deserve and expect to have that investment protected.”
The vehicle was later recovered on Feb. 22 in Murfreesboro.
Parker said the investigation led to the whereabouts of the suspects this morning. After a stakeout of the residence where they were hiding, Roddy said officers followed the suspects’ vehicle away from the residence where they were subsequently arrested.
Roddy said the suspects are now in Williamson County Jail, and additional charges may be filed by the Nolensville Police Department.
According to the Williamson County Clerk’s office, Underwood has additional charges from January for driving on a revoked license and driving an unregistered vehicle on a highway.