Felicia Stokes called Metro Nashville Police after coming home from work to find her 32-year-old son, Tyrell Stokes, in her kitchen eating a plate of food. She says her security camera captured him using a can opener to break into the back door of the apartment earlier in the day. Stokes says he only came inside because he had nowhere else to go. New MNPD Trainee, Officer Andre Williams, charged Stokes with aggravated criminal trespass and transported him to booking. He remains jailed in lieu of a $500 bond. This was his first arrest in Metro Nashville.
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Officers responded to a call at 3000 Lincoya bay Drive. On arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated that she observed the defendant, who is her son, on her camera entering the back door of her apartment using a can opener. The victim advised that the defendant does not live at the location and had no legal reason to be inside of her apartment.
The victim also stated that when she got home from work, she found the defendant in the kitchen eating a plate of food. Officers spoke with the defendant, who admitted to entering the back door of the apartment using a can opener. The defendant told officers he does not live at the location and only entered the apartment because he did not have anywhere else to go.
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