Robbery suspect leads police on cross-county chase

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A man who allegedly robbed a pharmacy in Cheatham County and led police on a chase to Montgomery County was arrested Tuesday night.

Police reported Larry Bradley, 43, robbed Eckerd Pharmacy in Ashland City at gunpoint around 5:45 p.m.

He fled the scene in a silver Lexus and led police on a high-speed chase where he reached speeds up to 100 miles per hour.

During the pursuit, Bradley crashed his car into another vehicle on Highway 12 in Montgomery County.

Bradley ran from the crash on foot and allegedly attempted to enter a home on Chesterfield Drive in Clarksville, but the homeowner prevented him from entering.

He then reportedly carjacked a woman and immediately crashed that vehicle.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol’s Aviation Unit was called in to assist in tracking the suspect and was able to direct K9 officers to his location.

Clarksville police are investigating the crashes and home invasion involved in the escape attempt and further charges are pending.

Bradley was booked into the Montgomery County jail on charges of aggravated burglary and carjacking. His bond was set at $110,000.

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