William Todd could face more charges for a slew of crimes he allegedly committed Monday while on a layover during a Greyhound bus trip, said city police Sgt. Tony Blackburn.
"He was just on a terror. I've never seen anything like this before," he told WSMV-TV, Nashville.
Todd allegedly arrived in Nashville, broke into a haunted house attraction, stole a stun gun, revolver and shotgun, and set the business on fire. Police allege he then held up four people outside a bar, using the stun gun on one, pistol whipping another, and stealing cash and credit cards.
Todd then allegedly carjacked a cab and headed to a Walmart to purchase $199 worth of items, Blackburn said.
The next stop for Todd was a law office where he allegedly broke in, ransacked the business, and defecated on a desk and some framed law degrees. He then allegedly knocked on several hotel room doors pretending to be a housekeeper and stealing $600 from a couple at gunpoint.
Police said Todd crashed the stolen cab, hailed a new one and held the driver up at knife-point. Authorities caught up with the suspect at Opryland where he was hiding atop a building in a water-cooling vat.
Police said Todd is also wanted in Kentucky.
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