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Three Teens Arrested In North Nashville Home Burglary

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Three teen burglary suspects were arrested Thursday after they allegedly broke into a Woodward Drive home.

According to police, a witness saw three teens enter the house through a side window just before 11 a.m. and carry out a large screen T. V. After the teens fled the scene in a red Chevrolet Impala, the witness was able to call police and give them a partial tag number. Police said the description of the car and the tag number led them to identify the driver as 18-year-old Gregore Raybon.

Raybon and his two 17-year-old passengers were pulled over about 30 minutes after the robbery on Trinity Lane near Whites Creek Pike. When police searched the car they found the television and a Sony PlayStation that had been stolen from the home on Woodward Drive. Officers also recovered a loaded nine millimeter handgun.

Police charged all three teens with aggravated burglary. Also, police charged Raybon with unlawful handgun possession, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was taken to the Davidson County Jail and was being held lieu of $45,000 bond.

Police said the two 17-year-olds were truant from Whites Creek High School.

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