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Three arrested in connection to multiple burglaries across Nashville

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Posted at 3:29 PM, Jun 09, 2022
and last updated 2022-06-10 14:41:46-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Two men have been arrested in connection to a burglary of a West Nashville Starbucks and the theft of the store's safe Wednesday night.

Metro Nashville Police believe that a stolen Honda Civic from Murfreesboro which was parked in an obscure place was the likely vehicle suspects used to commit the burglaries.

Detectives surveilled the vehicle after it became mobile overnight and pulled behind the Starbucks.

A short time later, the Honda fled the scene, leaving the Starbucks burglarized.

A pursuit followed and the passenger in the Honda, 28-year-old Keith McClellan bailed out on Davidson Road and ran into the woods.

The driver, 39-year-old Martincky Guerrier continued onto Bolton Drive before crashing near an intersection. They were both taken into custody.

An inspection of the vehicle found that there was a sledgehammer, prybars, masks and the safe from the Starbucks.

McClellan admitted his involvement in multiple burglaries while Guerrier declined to be interviewed.

A third individual was arrested Thursday in connection to burglaries over the past five months.

Police say 28-year-old Brandon Fisher was an organizer of said burglaries that have taken place across Nashville. Fisher was arrested Thursday afternoon on outstanding domestic assault and failure to appear in court warrants.

He denied having any knowledge of the business burglaries, however a search of his residence found clothes and shoes that were seen on surveillance video during these crimes.

A Honda Civic, which had been stolen from Murfreesboro and used in these incidents had been at Fisher's home earlier in the month, police detailed.

Fisher is charged with five burglaries of restaurants and clothing stores Thursday night.

Investigations continue into this burglary crew in other Middle Tennessee counties.