Attempted burglary suspect found stuck inside closed Nashville business

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A man was charged with attempted burglary on Wednesday morning after he got stuck inside a closed Nashville store.

Officials said they were called to Mario’s Tobacco and Beer Market at 1204 Murfreesboro Pike. The shop is currently not operating but the owner called police after reportedly finding Quinton Collins, 34, stuck in the back of the shop with a machete.

When police arrived, they said Collins was able to escape through a window he smashed to get into the store and then ran. Metro Police said they found Collins at the Hometowne Studios Hotel at 1210 Murfreesboro Pike.

When officers searched him, they said they found on him three oxycodone pills, a white powdered substance believed to be cocaine, and half of an unknown orange pill. Police said Collins also has an outstanding warrant for his arrest.

https://www.wkrn.com/news/local-news/nashville/attempted-burglary-suspect-found-stuck-inside-closed-nashville-business/ Attempted burglary suspect found stuck inside closed Nashville business

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