Police have arrested a woman in connection with a robbery at a South Nashville beauty supply store in which one of the suspects stun gunned an employee. Police arrested 19-year-old Keairra Ford on Thursday and charged her with aggravated robbery. Police said she was one of the two women that went into Hair World Beauty Supply on Harding Pike on Tuesday and tried to steal expensive hair extensions. When the employee tried to stop the pair, a struggle ensued and one of the women pulled out a stun gun and shocked the employee. The women fled with the stolen merchandise. An investigation led to the identification of Ford as a suspect. A witness subsequently picked her out of a photo lineup. Police searched the car she was driving and discovered two empty boxes that once contained stun weapons. Ford is being held in lieu of $50,000 bail.The second suspect is still at large. She'll be the one with the long, flowing weave.
Women Use Stun Gun to Steal Hair Weave
When you need your hair did and funds are low, bitches gotta resort to a life of crime, apparently. That's exactly what happened in Nashville, Tennessee on Tuesday.