A convicted felon and his accomplice were arrested Friday and linked to two home burglaries in south Nashville, as well as two others that occurred last week in Hermitage.
Felon Tyquez Ursery, 20, and Aaron Counts, 29, were arrested after reports of a break-in led police to the 3900 block of Keeley Drive.
Neighbors saw a Pontiac backed into the driveway of a nearby resident's home and walked over to investigate. As the neighbors approached, three men ran from the back of the home, left the car and ran through the neighborhood.
The back door of the home had been kicked in.
Police arrived quickly and released descriptions of the burglars. Two of the suspects were soon spotted running in the 3900 block of Apache Trail.
After a brief chase on foot, Ursery and Counts were taken into custody.
The third individual remains at large.
Police discovered the Pontiac was full of stolen property, including mail from a home on Creekside Drive that had also been burglarized Friday.
The car also contained two computers taken during a burglary last week on East Lake Drive, and a television stolen from a home on Country Way Drive the same day.
Ursery was charged with aggravated burglary and is being held in lieu of $50,000 bond.
A probation violation warrant is expected to be filed against him in regard to the facilitation of robbery convictions.
Counts was also charged with aggravated burglary and is being held in lieu of $75,000 bond.