An accused would-be robber who was shot by a 68-year-old South Nashville woman as he allegedly illegally entered her home is now out of the hospital and in jail.
Alberto Romo Camacho, 30, who was hit in the face by the homeowner’s shotgun blast as he and his accomplices allegedly broke into her Glencliff Road home at 2:30 a.m. Saturday, was released from Vanderbilt University Medical Center this afternoon, Metro police said. Part of Camacho’s right index finger was also shot off.
Camacho is charged with attempted aggravated robbery, with his bond is set at $50,000. His co-defendants, Dorian Guzman, 28, Oliver Rodriguez, 32, and Marlon Rameriz, 26, were charged Saturday with attempted aggravated robbery and remain in jail.