Metro police said Monday two gunmen face charges after they allegedly broke into a Hermitage home early in the morning and robbed a man and woman before one of the suspects was shot in the leg.
Michael Miller, 27, and Jeremy Barrow, 30, allegedly entered the house, located on Bonnavent Drive, Monday at 3 a.m. Both suspects were armed with handguns and demanded cash and drugs, police said. During the robbery, one of the weapons discharged, striking Barrow in the leg. Miller drove Barrow to Summit Medical Center where detectives took Miller into custody.
Miller, of Ashland City, is charged with two counts of aggravated robbery and two counts of aggravated kidnapping. He has previous convictions for aggravated assault, theft and auto burglary. Miller is being held in lieu of $350,000 bond.
Barrow, of Oakwell Farms Lane in Nashville, will be arrested on outstanding aggravated robbery and kidnapping warrants following his discharge from the hospital, police said. He has previous convictions for assault, DUI and drug possession.