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10 Felonies in 9 Hours- Man Goes on Epic Crime Spree

10 Felonies in 9 Hours- Man Goes on Epic Crime Spree

A man who was traveling through Tennessee on a Greyhound bus went on a crime spree during the buses long layover in Nashville.

William Todd, 24, is accused of committing 10 felonies in nine hours while going on a "terror" through the city of Nashville.

"He was just on a terror. I've never seen anything like this before," Sgt. Tony Blackburn, told WSMV.

The terror started at about 3 a. m. Monday after the bus he was on from Kentucky stopped during a layover. Then according to reports the carnage began.

Todd's first stop was at a local business called The Slaughterhouse. There he stole a Taser, a revolver and a shotgun before discharging the guns in the store and then setting the building on fire.

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Police then explained that Todd tased, pistol-whipped and robbed cash and credit cards from four patrons at a local bar.

After he fled the bar, a few moments later, he carjacked a taxi and proceeded to drive to the local Wal-Mart, where he spent almost $200.

"He was able to find the Wal-Mart on Nolensville. He goes there and purchased $199 worth of items," Sgt. Blackburn said.

In addition to the shopping spree, Todd visited a local law office, defecated on the floor and spread his own fecal matter on the desks and the walls.

Next he went to a nearby hotel and while posing as a female housekeeper, robbed a Canadian couple at gunpoint of $600. Police then stated that while in the hotel he shaved his head so that officers would not be able to recognize him.

Then at about 9 a.m., Todd wrecked the cab he had stolen in a parking garage and stole another car a few hours later.

Police were able to find and arrest Todd after they found him submerged in a water-cooling vat in Opryland where he was hiding.

A judge has reportedly set his bond at $180,000.

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