6 juveniles charged in series of arrests

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – 6 juveniles have been arrested, two stolen autos were recovered, and numerous weapons have been located adhering to a sequence of arrests that have been built on Friday involving two separate incidents.

According to Metro police, in the 1st scenario detectives stopped a 2006 Nissan Sentra in close proximity to the intersection of Buena Vista and Clarksville Pikes. Officers say the Nissan Sentra was described stolen right after it was taken in an armed carjacking from a Trails Circle condominium intricate on April 26. Officers say the 55-12 months-aged sufferer in the carjacking advised authorities that he was confronted by two younger males as he got out of his auto and was threatened a gunpoint to surrender his keys. 

During the quit, officers identified 4 teenagers, a few 17-yr-olds and a person 16-12 months-previous, and two pistols all within the motor vehicle. Officials say the 16-calendar year-outdated, Ronald Groves, admitted he took section in the carjacking on April 26 and was charged with aggravated robbery. One of the 17-calendar year-olds was last arrested on February 10 on felony and gun evading rates. Following Friday’s arrest, he now faces a new gun offense. The other two 17-calendar year-olds had been charged with joyriding. 

In the second incident, detectives ended up alerted to a gold Ford Edge rushing recklessly on Interstate 40 but ended up not able to make a cease owing to speeds. A limited time afterwards, officers observed the Edge parked at a Waffle Dwelling on Stewarts Ferry Pike off Interstate 40. The SUV was verified as currently being stolen from Clarksville. 

Metro law enforcement arrested a 17-year-old and 15-year-aged inside the Waffle Residence immediately after they ended up found coming from the vehicle. Officers say both of those teens had been carrying guns with a person staying confirmed stolen on February 15 from a parked auto at Harbor Lights Push. Inside the car or truck, officers uncovered a BB pistol and marijuana weighing about a quarter pound. 

The 17-calendar year-aged was booked on expenses that contain automobile theft, gun theft and unlawful gun possession. Officers say he also had an outstanding warrant for credit score fraud and theft rates. The 15-yr-old was charged with unlawful gun possession, possession of cannabis for resale and possession of burglary following officers identified a number of window punch equipment in his possession.