A man arrested earlier this week as a suspect up to 14 home burglaries or attempted burglaries in west Nashville told officers he had an expensive drug habit.
Christopher A. Hall, 23, formerly of Jocelyn Hollow Road, is suspected in the two-week string of break-ins Sept. 9 to 24.
Officers found him Sunday night sleeping in his car at the Cleeces Ferry ramp. He allegedly had a rifle, watches and other stolen goods in his car.
It is suspected that proceeds from stolen items were used to fund his heroin addiction. Officers said drug paraphernalia was in plain view when they approached his vehicle.
Hall is charged with drug offenses and burglarizing a home on Settlers Way on Sept. 24. He also is a suspect other neighborhood burglaries, including break-ins at:
· the 700 block of Rhonda Lane on Sept. 9;
· the 6500 block of Rolling Fork Drive on Sept. 13;
· the 700 block of Bresslyn Road on Sept. 15;
· the 6400 block of Jocelyn Hollow Road on Sept. 16;
· the 6000 block of Post Road on Sept. 21;
· the 6200 block of Robin Hill Road on Sept. 23;
· the 6600 block of Jocelyn Hollow Road on Sept. 20;
· the 500 block of West Hillwood Drive on Sept. 20 (attempted burglary);
· the 600 block of Brook Hollow Road on Sept. 20 (attempted burglary);
· the 1200 block of Davidson Drive on Sept. 20;
· the 1000 block of Downey Drive on Sept. 21 (attempted burglary);
· the 800 block of Russleo Drive on Sept. 21;
· the 700 block of West Meade Drive on Sept. 21.
Hall is being held on $47,500 bond. Additional charges are expected to be filed.