Four Teen Robbery Suspects Arrested in Nashville

Nashville police arrested four teen robbery suspects on Sunday night.

Four teen robbery suspects were arrested Sunday night after Violent Crimes Division detectives located a silver 2015 Chrysler 200 that had been stolen during a carjacking Saturday on Packard Drive.

Prior to the arrests, an MNPD helicopter crew assisting detectives on the ground who were conducting surveillance on the stolen Chrysler, saw three individuals robbing two men at gunpoint outside the Mosaic Apartments on Patricia Drive. They fled in the Chrysler being driven by a fourth teen, Tha Wah, 18. Detectives stopped the vehicle on Murfreesboro Pike at East Thompson Lane. Wah and two others, Nathan Naw and Saw Say, both 18, fled on foot but were apprehended. The fourth suspect, Htoo Moo, 15, remained in the vehicle.

Detectives located two handguns, marijuana, and approximately $1,600 cash inside the Chrysler. Seized during two subsequent search warrants at two residences on Luna Drive and Darlene Drive were a stolen handgun, numerous rounds of ammunition, and pepper spray.

Naw, Wah, and Say are each charged with aggravated robbery, attempted aggravated robbery, and motor vehicle theft. They remained jailed.

Moo is charged with aggravated robbery in Juvenile Court.

The investigation continues into their potential involvement in other robberies.

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