Metro police arrested a woman for breaking into a west Nashville home on Saturday.Police said Lacie Reynolds broke into a home on Cabot Drive.When police arrived at the scene the homeowner told police she was returning home when she noticed an unknown male in her driveway in a red car.The victim also noticed that a window to her home had been broken. The homeowner said she attempted to the block the red vehicle and told the male driver that she was calling the police.The male fled the scene.A neighbor witnessed the incident and told the police on scene that the male also had a female with him and that she may still be in the home.Officers entered the home and located Reynolds hiding underneath Green's bed.Reynolds was taken into custody.Reynolds stated that the male was Caleb Stutts, and he said the location of the break in was his grandmother's. Police reported jewelry was taken from the home, though it was not immediately determined if anything was missing. Reynolds is charged with aggravated burglary.Police are continuing to search for Stutts. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.