According to Hendersonville P.D., they received a report of people that appeared to be breaking into cars. When the suspects spotted the police, they got into a pickup truck and took off. 

Police say they tried a standard traffic stop, but the driver did not cooperate.

Police identified the pickup truck as have being reported stolen.

They then attempted to stop the truck using spike strips new TN 386 and New Shackle Island Road in Hendersonville, and although the two front tires were blown out, the driver was still able to get onto I-65 headed south toward downtown.

Police subsequently arrested  the three suspects along I-65 near the Fern Street overpass north of downtown, and reported that a fourth suspect was arrested in Hendersonville. 

Police say the three suspects arrested after the pursuit were all charged with eight counts of burglary over $10,000 and burglary under $1,000, and evading arrest:

19-year-old Anthony Williams

19-year-old D'Tarious Watkins

18-year-old Jabari Moothery

And 18-year-old Robert Goodner was the suspect arrested in Hendersonville. 

All suspects are Nashville residents, and no court dates or bond amounts have been set at this time.

On Thursday, investigators issued a warrant for a fifth suspect in the burglaries. Jamie Carter is also facing eight counts of burglary and one count of theft of property and is currently on the run.

Anyone with information regarding this or other crimes is asked to call Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400.

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