The filed document also revealed the women went outside and asked the man, "Are you siphoning gas?" The suspect replied back "No ma'am" and then continued filling up a second container that was sitting next to him.
The suspect then got into a blue/green Ford Ranger and left with the gas tanks. The complainant wrote down the tag numbers and called police.
The same day, police received a call at the Walmart on Highway 153. The victim told police he saw a white male underneath his truck. He asked the man if he'd lost something, to which he replied he found what he was looking for.
He then handed a hose to passenger in a blue/green Ford Ranger and left. The victim took down the tag number and called police.
Investigators called in the two people that claimed they caught Bouch in the act.
They were brought into the police department and asked to view several pictures of potential suspects. They both picked out Thomas Bouch.
Thursday, July 24 2014 11:03 PM EDT2014-07-25 03:03:07 GMT
Metro Nashville Police said they seized 14 grams of heroin, 100 Xanax pills and a gun at the scene.More >>
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