4 Teen Suspects Arrested in Nashville Robbery Spree by Police

Nashville, Tennessee: Authorities have apprehended four teenagers about a recent string of criminal activities in East Nashville.

According to authorities, a woman was walking her dog on Chapel Avenue when a gunman emerged from an SUV and forcefully demanded her belongings. The woman claimed she had nothing, prompting the gunman to retreat to his vehicle and depart.

Around 9:30 p.m., witnesses observed a man and woman standing in the back parking lot of Lipstick Lounge as an SUV entered the lot. According to investigators, the driver and passenger proceeded to forcefully take their cellphones and wallet, brandishing a gun.

According to the police, a robbery occurred approximately 10 minutes later in the 1600 block of Forrest Avenue. Upon her arrival at home, she witnessed an individual brandishing a firearm and sprinting in her direction.

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A woman bravely faced a dangerous situation when a suspect threatened her with a gun, demanding the keys to her car. In a quick-thinking move, she tossed the keys to him and managed to escape unharmed. The suspect quickly fled the scene in her vehicle.

Authorities have reported an incident that occurred outside the post office on Woodland Street. According to police, a woman was targeted by an armed individual as she was about to enter her vehicle. The assailant prevented her from closing the door, proceeded to steal her belongings, and swiftly fled the scene in a blue sedan.

Approximately 15 minutes later, authorities reported an incident where a woman was seated in her silver Hyundai Tucson on N. 2nd Street. Suddenly, a gunman forcefully opened the door and demanded her immediate exit from the vehicle. Afterwards, two individuals entered the Hyundai and were trailed by a third person in a blue sedan.

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Soon after both incidents, law enforcement discovered the blue sedan – a stolen Kia Rio – in Cayce Homes. As the officer turned on his emergency lights, the driver quickly exited the Kia while it was still in motion and swiftly hopped into the Hyundai that had been taken from N. 2nd Street, promptly driving away.

Investigators reported that the officer refrained from pursuing the Hyundai due to the ongoing movement of the Kia. After the Kia came to a stop, the officer searched and discovered the victim’s belongings that were left outside the post office.

At approximately 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 30th, authorities reported that four teenagers, aged 15, 16, and two 17-year-olds, were apprehended by investigators. The Mercedes C250 and Hyundai Tucson were also found.

Investigators are currently interviewing the teenagers and awaiting potential charges.