NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A woman previously charged with throwing hot chicken grease on a child was arrested for shoplifting in Rivergate Wednesday.
Police reported Tiana Anderson, 20, gave officers a false name and birthdate when she was apprehended for shoplifting at the Rivergate Target.
Once police ran her fingerprints through their database, they determined her actual identity and charged her with criminal impersonation.
Anderson reportedly told officers she gave Target employees and police a fake name because she thought they would let her go.
Anderson was booked in the Metro jail on charges of theft and criminal impersonation. Her bond was set at $43,500.
She was arrested in August 2014 for allegedly throwing hot chicken grease into a crowd. Some landed on a 12-year-old girl and caused second degree burns.