Two Teens Charged For Armed Robbery Of Nashville Market
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Police have arrested two teenagers who they said used a shotgun to rob a market on the south side of Nashville.
The robbery took place in the evening on March 7. Officials said 19-year-old Antonio M. Finney and 15-year-old Logan A. Hathaway entered the Los Amigos Market on 2801 Foster Avenue and demanded money.
The clerk told officers with the Metro Nashville Police Department that Finney held a shotgun to him while Hathaway took money from the register and a pistol from behind the counter.
Both teens live on Joyner Avenue, just around the corner from the market.
After being identified and arrested, Hathaway told police Finney threatened to kill him if he didn't aid in the robbery. Police said Hathaway also admitted to getting rid of the clothing he wore during the robbery to keep investigators from discovering his identity.
The teens were charged with aggravated robbery.
Finney was booked in jail and was being held on $80,000 bond. Hathaway was being held in juvenile detention.