Mt. Juliet police are seeking a Lebanon teen in connection with last week’s aggravated armed robbery attempt on Curd Road.
According to police, San Antonio Freeman, 17, of Lebanon, is wanted on multiple warrants in connection with an incident that happened July 11 in the 700 block of Curd Road.
Police said two male suspects approached a Nashville man outside and tried to rob him. A third suspect waited nearby in a vehicle.
Police believe a brief struggle ensued and one of the suspects fired a shot from a handgun towards the victim and missed, according to Sgt. Tyler Chandler.
After the shot was fired, the suspects fled the area in a silver car.
Police later arrested and charged Roderick Majors, 23, of Lebanon, and Mario Newsome, 24, of Nashville.
Freeman is accused of firing the gunshot during the incident.
Freeman is wanted on warrants charging one count of aggravated assault, one count of aggravated robbery, three counts of reckless endangerment, one count of possession of a prohibited weapon, one count of felony evading and one count of possession of stolen property.
Police asked anyone with information about Freeman’s location to call Mt. Juliet police at 615-754-2550. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous and possibly collect a reward can call 615-754-TIPS (8477). Anonymous tips may also be submitted at mjpd.org.
Freeman should be considered armed and dangerous, according to police.