20-year-old Larry Claybrooks was charged with two counts of aggravated robbery when he was discovered with stolen property from the victims of two separate robberies that occurred around 30 minutes apart.
On November 11th, Metro Nashville Police officers from the Hermitage precinct responded to two robberies that occurred about thirty minutes apart. When officers investigated the robbery at the Mosaic Apartments located at 1019 Patricia Drive, the suspects were described as two black males dressed in all black, who had fled the scene on foot. MNPD was dispatched to The Ellington Apartments located at 860 Murfreesboro Pike shortly after the above incident, in reference to someone being robbed at gunpoint.
Video footage of the second incident was captured and the vehicle the men were driving was described as an older model maroon Honda Accord with a black bumper. Officers sent a picture of the subjects to fellow officers. According to the affidavit, while the police were searching the area they discovered a vehicle matching the description. Larry Claybrooks was observed trying to enter the vehicle and officers told him to step away from it.
When Claybrooks approached officers they were able to positively identify him from the video footage at The Ellington Apartments. During a search of the vehicle, officers recovered a debit card that belonged to Alejandro Contreras from the Mosaic Apartments and a passport belonging to Martin Chavez from The Ellington Apartments. Claybrooks advised that the vehicle belonged to his mother.
Larry Claybrooks was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated robbery. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $50,000 bond.