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Fleeing shoplifting suspect nearly struck officer with her vehicle

Franklin Police seek information, whereabouts

A weekend shoplifting suspect is now a wanted felon after nearly running down a Franklin Police Officer during her getaway.

According to a report from Franklin Police, Flex Unit Officers, working at the CoolSprings Galleria Saturday, were assisting security with the apprehension of three female shoplifters trying to make their getaway. A plain clothes Franklin Police officer saw the suspects and stepped in front of the parked car the suspects had just gotten into. The officer repeatedly identified himself as a police officer, ordering the suspects from the vehicle. At that time the driver, Dabney Frey, 24, put her car into drive and advanced on the officer who had to jump out of her path to avoid being struck.

Frey, with the street name “Moe-Moe,” and an alias of “Dabney Dean,” is now wanted for aggravated assault, and may still be driving a gold 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo with Tennessee registration G1433Y. Frey is believed to be in Nashville.

Information on her whereabouts is worth up to $1,000 with a call to Metro Crime Stoppers at 74-Crime.

To send an anonymous tip to Franklin Police, text the keyword 615FPD, along with your message to 847411 (Tip411), or call Franklin Police at 615-794-2513.

Posted on: 12/11/2012


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