On April 4th, Emad Henary called police to report he was watching a live security feed of 3 teens outside his Stop-N-Shop market at 5100 Indiana Ave attempting to break into the front door of the business. Officers quickly responded and located the 3 individuals, identified as Bryce Orr, William York, and Lesean Shye, each 18-years-old. Officers viewed the footage which showed a chain on the front door and the trio attempting to gain entry. They claim the owner asked them to come so they could talk about a “past incident”, however one of the trio admitted to detectives they came to the location to rob the store. Each teen is charged with attempted burglary and possession of burglary tools. As Shye was being escorted to the patrol car he fled and was re-captured after a brief foot pursuit. He is additionally charged with escaping custody.
A Goodlettsville resident called police to report a person “dressed like a ninja” was attempting to break into his work vehicle. Officers quickly located 20-year-old Christopher Brimm nearby. Police say he was easily identifiable, as he was wearing all black clothing with a balaclava covering his head and face, gloves, and carrying a duffle bag with a headlamp style flashlight and large knives and a machete. Brimm stated he was homeless and sometimes “explored” homes he believed to be abandoned. He was charged with attempted auto burglary and possession of burglary tools after his bag contained various tools including picking tools, a Dremel, and pliers. A commissioner set his bond at $2,000.
35-year-old Christopher Smith was charged with burglary, theft, and possession of burglary tools when he tried to steal a motorcycle after stealing two handguns from the victim’s house.