Resident of home raided by FBI agents arrested on theft charge
According to the affidavit, Robert Thomas lived at the home on Hill Circle Drive where FBI agents executed a search warrant on Wednesday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - A man who lived at the house that the FBI raided on Wednesday was arrested on a theft charge, according to an affidavit.
Robert Thomas, 44, was arrested by Metro Nashville Police on Wednesday while FBI agents were executing a search warrant at 6006 Hill Circle Drive. The affidavit stated Thomas lived at the address and was in possession of multiple stolen vehicles.
Court documents said a Mercedes C6A found at the residence was confirmed stolen out of Los Angeles.
Thomas is being held in the Davidson County Jail and the FBI has a federal hold. The FBI or Department of Justice have not released information on why the home was the subject of the raid.
Also arrested during the raid was Brian Boyd, 30, who arrived at the location in a stolen Ford Bronco while agents were executing a search warrant of the home. The Bronco was taken from Lancaster, Wisconsin. Boyd was arrested without incident and charged with theft over $60,000.
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