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The #BearMaceBandit strikes again, this time police say he sprayed his boyfriend with the powerful irritant during an argument last August in the middle of the pandemic. Police say Masi Kingston, 29, used the spray that’s 3x the power of police issued spray and travels 35 feet, on his boyfriend before driving a vehicle into his boyfriend‘s vehicle, while he was inside it. Police found the victim with broken glass on his eye and nose, blood on his shirt, and drenched in milk, from an attempt to ease the pain of the bear mace.

Masi Kingston was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on a plethora of charges earlier this week, after serving time in a Texas jail. One of the more serious pair outstanding warrants he faced on his return was from an incident occurring in mid-August of last year. Police arrived at 945 Blank Street and met with Mandrekus North, who said his boyfriend, Masi Kingston, had attacked him on his return from Atlanta.

For this incident, Masi Kingston was charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and felony vandalism, and has a combined bond of $40,000. Kingston remains jailed on these and other charges including a capias warrant, felony vandalism, misdemeanor vandalism , assault, and two theft warrants, for a grand total of $53,000 in bond. An order of protection was granted at the time the warrants were filed.

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TRIO FROM 5-MEMBER SHOPLIFTING RING CHARGED IN THEFTS AT MAPCO STORES

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Masi Kingston is the latest to be charged in series of Mapco thefts from 2019. He was served overnight as he was transferred into the Metro Nashville Jail. He will join two more co-defendants, Jerock Walker and Annisha Holmes, who were previously arrested, on their next court date to answer to the charges.

Metro Nashville Police have charged Masi Kingston, Jerock Walker, and Annisha Holmes, in a series of thefts from Mapco stores on Old Hickory Boulevard. Though some were served on the outstanding warrants in recent months, the latest defendant was charged overnight.

Metro Police say in 2019, a group of five people entered the Mapco at 629 Old Hickory Blvd. and worked together to distract employees so they could conceal and steal multiple items. Masi was observed on security footage reaching across the counter to the lottery tickets, and all five co-defendants fled with multiple stolen items. Two of the individuals have yet to be served with the warrants in the case.

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