MEMPHIS – Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained indictments for a Memphis woman accused of a set of crimes, including stalking and harassing public officials.
At the request of 30th District Attorney General Amy Weirich, TBI Agents began investigating Pamela Jeanine Moses on October 14th. During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information that on several occasions in 2014, Moses stalked and harassed public officials, impersonated an attorney, forged an official document in an attempt to retaliate against a judge, and lied under oath during a sworn statement.
On Thursday, the Shelby County Grand Jury returned indictments for the 37-year-old, charging her with one count of Tampering with Evidence, one count of Forgery under $1,000, one count of Retaliation for Past Action, one count of Perjury, one counts of Stalking, two counts of Impersonation of a Licensed Professional, two counts of Harassment, and one count of Aggravated Perjury. On Thursday, with the assistance of the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department Fugitive Team, TBI Agents arrested Moses and subsequently booked her into the Shelby County Jail.