27-year-old Ahmed Al-Mahmmody was charged with aggravated burglary and burglary of a motor vehicle after he was seen on video going through vehicles and a woman claimed he tried to break into her home.
On November 27th, Metro Nashville Police officers were dispatched to 4819 Apollo Drive in reference to a subject trying to forcibly enter a home. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Reynna Sanchez who stated she heard noises and observed hands on the back window of her home. She stated the screen on one of her windows was removed when she went outside. Sanchez also told officers her car appeared to have been broken into. She stated the subject was then witnessed attempting to break into another vehicle at 2375 Una Antioch Pike and proceeded to contact the police. Sanchez stated she was missing the keys to her Volkswagon, her ID, and her social security card.
The officers finally made contact with Ahmed Al-Mahmmody at the Una Antioch Pike address. Once he was detained for further investigation, they spoke with Layne Meltzer who provided video footage of Ahmed going through vehicles. Nicoletta Hancock, the second victim, stated she was missing two gift cards and a glass cardinal all of which are items from inside of her vehicle. Sanchez’s belongings were located in a trash bin identified through Meltzer’s footage. Hancock’s items were unable to be found. Officers also discovered through a search of their system that Ahmed had outstanding warrants for aggravated burglary and failure to be booked.
Ahmed Al-Mahmmody was arrested and charged with aggravated burglary and burglary of a motor vehicle. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $75,500 bond, for these charges and the outstanding warrants.