NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Three home invasion suspects were taken into custody after fleeing from police in Bellevue Friday morning.
Officers responded to an early morning call at the Bellevue Heights apartments on 1000 Amberwood Circle.
Metro police say the victim reported that he went to check on noises he heard coming from a bedroom when he saw one of the suspects inside.
The victim fled out the front door and called police.
The suspect vehicle, a white Lexus, drove off at a high rate of speed and crashed on the ramp to I-40 East from Old Hickory Boulevard.
The suspects bailed and fled on foot.
Officers apprehended two suspects on Sonya Drive.
During the foot chase, one of the men tossed a backpack and officers found a fully loaded revolver inside.
The third suspect was captured behind a residence in the 7400 block of Charlotte Pike.
Darius Fisher, 22, Darrell Adams Jr., 18, and Evan Smith-Erving, 19, are each charged with aggravated burglary and evading arrest.
Adams is also charged with unlawful weapon possession.
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