Six arrested in connection with Brentwood robbery

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Brentwood Police Department detectives on Friday charged six suspects in connection with an armed robbery that occurred on Thursday, Sept. 12, shortly after noon at 9968 Lodestone Drive. 

The victim, a landscaping contractor, was working at a residence when he was robbed at gunpoint by two suspects. The suspects were described as Hispanic males wearing black clothing who fled in a small red car.

Information regarding the incident and suspect descriptions were broadcast to surrounding agencies. Shortly after the Brentwood robbery, officers from the Nolensville Police Department conducted a traffic stop with a red Hyundai, which matched the suspect vehicle description, on Sunset Road near Bennington Place. Six suspects in the vehicle were detained by Nolensville and Brentwood police. 

After an investigation by Brentwood and Nolensville detectives, which included the recovery of a weapon believed to have been used in the robbery, the suspects were each charged with one count of aggravated robbery. One of the suspects was additionally charged with theft under $1,000. The suspects’ names are Victor Hernandez, 18, of Antioch, charged with aggravated robbery with a bond set at $95,000; Luis Garcia Padilla, 18, of Antioch, charged with aggravated robbery with a bond set at  $95,000; Fa Rot, 18, of Nashville, charged with aggravated robbery and theft under $1,000 with a bond set at $105,000; Justine Wilton, 19, of Murfreesboro, charged with aggravated robbery with a bond set at $95,000; Zakayla Lloyd, 18, of Lebanon, charged with aggravated robbery with a bond set at $95,000; and Alexander Rivera-Sanchez, 17, of Antioch, charged with aggravated robbery with a bond set at $95,000.

BPD is working with Metro Nashville and Nolensville police investigating other incidents reported in the area. Nolensville police continue to investigate robberies that occurred on Tuesday, Sept. 10, and plan to present information regarding those incidents to an upcoming Williamson County Grand Jury. 

Anyone with additional information regarding these suspects is asked to contact Brentwood police at (615) 371-0160 or

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