Three Nashville teens and one 33-year-old convicted felon are charged with aggravated robbery for this morning’s armed hold-up outside the Twice Daily at 3863 Dickerson Pike.
Madison Precinct Detective Daniel Kordie was pulling into into the Twice Daily Friday morning when the victim got his attention. The victim pointed out the suspect vehicle, a black Chevrolet Impala, as it pulled out of the parking lot. Detective Kordie immediately aired a description of the car to all Metro officers, and those in the area attempted to stop the Impala but the driver fled, later stopping on Douglas Avenue near Ellington Parkway.
The driver and front seat passenger bailed from the vehicle. The rear passengers, convicted felon Terrance Talley Sr., 33, and Arondae Garrett, 16, stayed in the car. After a foot chase, officers apprehended Tyshawn Garrett, 19, and Darrell Hodge Jr., 16.
Officers recovered a 9mm handgun on railroad tracks in the suspects’ path of flight. All four suspects admitted their involvement in the robbery. Talley, who has previous convictions for aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, theft, and domestic assault, is charged with aggravated robbery and evading arrest. Talley is being held in lieu of $100,000 bond. Tyshawn Garrett is charged with aggravated robbery and two counts of evading arrest. He is being held on $102,500 bond. Hodge and Arondae Garrett are charged in Juvenile Court with aggravated robbery.
All four suspects are of South 5th Street in East Nashville.