Fugitive arrested on an impersonation charge after evading authorities for 2 years

42-year-old Antwaun Jordan was charged with possession of marijuana and criminal impersonation after getting pulled over for driving a vehicle with improper registration which smelled like marijuana.

On September 28th, 2018, an anonymous caller gave the Wilson County Sheriff Department information regarding the whereabouts of a person with active warrants, Antwaun Jordan. Lebanon Police Officer Affourtit arrived at 914 Murfreesboro Road, Travel Inn, and discovered Antwaun was there, just as reported. He was impersonating his brother by giving officers his name, Travis Jordan, and birthday instead of his own. Officers later received a call from another person stating he was Travis Jordan. The officer found that the first call to Travel Inn was actually Antwaun Jordan who was charged with criminal impersonation.

Antwaun Jordan (WCSO)
Antwaun Jordan (WCSO)

On September 5th, according to the affidavit, Mt. Juliet Police Officer Justin Angle observed a vehicle traveling on I-40 going westbound and displaying a tag not registered to the vehicle. As the officer reached the driver he noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. During the examination, he discovered the front seat passenger, Antwaun Jordan, to have outstanding warrants in Wilson, Davidson, and Rutherford Counties. After detaining Jordan the officers found a joint in his front pocket. Following was the detainment of Amy Drown who also had outstanding warrants in Davidson county. She admitted to ownership of a backpack which the officers found to contain eight blue pills, identified as Alprazolam.

Antwaun Jordan was arrested and charged with simple possession of marijuana and criminal impersonation. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $6,000 bond.

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