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Two of Three N. Nashville Robbery Suspects Arrested, Id'd

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Two of three suspects in a north Nashville personal robbery are in police custody.

Two men and a female, masked and with a gun, held-up two men in the driveway at the 3300 block of Moonlight Drive at around 12:30 a.m. A female victim escaped inside the house.

The suspects identified themselves as police and told the victims to "get on the ground," according to Metro police. They then made the victims take off their clothes and then took their clothes, wallets, phone and car keys. When leaving, the suspects backed into a brick mailbox with their white Dodge Charger before taking off, damaging their vehicle.

The suspects drove eight miles away to east Nashville where they bailed at Scott Drive and Creighton Avenue after being spotted by police. A male and female, 30-year-old James Cox and 25-year-old Kanetha Miller, were arrested near the car.

The other male involved remains on the loose. Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.

Cox and Miller are each charged with three counts of aggravated robbery. They are in Metro Jail on $240,000 bond. They are due in court on March 25.


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