Two Men Arrested After Bellevue Robbery

Two men were arrested for robbing a woman at a Bellevue apartment complex.

Outstanding investigation by Violent Crimes Division detectives led to the arrest of two men who allegedly attacked a woman while she was walking her dog at a Bellevue apartment complex on Sunday at 5:15 p.m. The incident occurred at 645 Old Hickory Boulevard.

The suspects approached the victim, one of whom had a fire extinguisher and sprayed the dog. The woman was then pushed to the ground, and the suspects fled on foot with her bag containing her cell phone and car keys.

Detectives received a description of the suspects from the victim and witnesses, including two individuals who confronted the suspects and demanded the victim’s belongings. One of the suspects handed over her cell phone to them. Additional possessions were later found in a ditch by a sidewalk.

While detectives continued their search in the area, they spotted two men who matched the suspect description walking on the other side of the road from the apartment complex entrance. The two men were identified as Queshon Demumbreum, 22, and Lamar Maddox, 18. They were taken into custody, and the victim’s car keys were recovered from a backpack one of them was carrying.

During an interview, both men admitted their involvement in the robbery. They are each charged with robbery and are being held in lieu of a $100,000 bond.

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Arrest Made in Hendersonville Rape Case

Special Victims Detective Jonathan Sharp‘s efforts led to the arrest of Frank Cabrera, 41, for an aggravated rape, burglary, and theft incident on May 26 in Hendersonville. Cabrera followed the victim to her apartment, assaulted her, and stole her vehicle, which was later recovered. He is now held on a $137,000 bond facing multiple charges.