Four suspects were arrested after shoplifting at a Walmart in Hendersonville.
Police responded to a call just before 2 a.m. Tuesday at the retailer located on Anderson Lane North off Indian Lake Boulevard.
The suspects fled the store prior to the arrival of officers. The fleeing vehicle was observed leaving the area.
The driver of the suspect vehicle refused to stop and spike strips were deployed, flattening two of the vehicle's tires.
Several hundred dollars of merchandise from Walmart was recovered in the vehicle.
Four people were arrested.
Jasmine Wilson and her daughter, Lisa Wilson, are charged with theft and possession of burglary tools.
Kierra King was also charged with theft and possession of burglary tools.
William Jenkins, who was dressed as a female, is charged with felon fleeing, driving on a suspended license, theft and possession of burglary tools.
Jasmine Wilson, Lisa Wilson and Jenkins all have prior records of theft in Nashville.
The burglary tools charges are a result of the subjects having tools used to remove the theft detection devices from merchandise.
All four are scheduled to appear in court next month.