MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Taser, drugs and stolen Social Security cards are just some of the items deputies reported finding on two women linked to a crime spree.
Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies say Deerika James and Camara Wilson, both 19, targeted cars parked at the University of Memphis and LeMoyne-Owen College.
Both are charged with possession of marijuana and several counts of burglary, theft and identity theft.
“That’s pretty devastating,” said Alex Johnson after hearing his fellow U of M classmates were victims. “I say everybody should just watch out in general.”
Deputies said they were responding to a suspicious activity call on Tuesday when they arrested the two suspects near the Windyke area in southeast Memphis.
They reported finding a plastic gun, a Taser, marijuana, cash, several purses, insurance cards and more in the car.
Police said at first, one of the women told them she didn’t know where most of the items came from.
However, reports said she then changed her story and admitted spending most