NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Police said arrest warrants were issued Monday night for a man accused in a recent Walmart robbery.
During their investigation, police said they identified Timothy Endsley as the man who got out of a black SUV and walked into the N. Gallatin Pike store last Wednesday night.
According to a release, Endsley tried to pull a gun, but dropped it on the floor before he approached the store counter and demanded money.
After receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, the 27-year-old fled back to a waiting SUV and fled.
Police are continuing to work to identify a male accomplice who reportedly cased the store just before the robbery.
Endsley was arrested on unrelated theft and evading arrest charges on Friday.
He remains jailed in lieu of $50,000 and will also face aggravated robbery and assault charges.
Police said Endsley has prior convictions for theft, unlawful handgun possession, domestic violence and drug possession.