Metro police officers arrested Olbin Sabier Euceda — the man they’d sought for his alleged rape of a child — Tuesday evening on Nolensville Road, apparently as he prepared to flee the state, police said.
On Monday police named Euceda, 26, as one of the suspects in a child rape and aggravated robbery Sunday evening at The Overlook apartment complex on Bell Road.
Euceda allegedly approached a mother who had just returned home from the grocery store and forced her inside the apartment at gunpoint where police said he and accomplice stole electronics from the family.
Detectives said they were also told that Euceda forced the woman’s 11-year-old daughter into a bedroom where he allegedly sexually assaulted the girl.
Euceda is also one of the suspects in a Saturday evening home invasion at MapleCreek apartments on Glenrose Avenue. There police said Euceda and another man forced their way into an apartment at gunpoint, stealing cash and gold jewelry.
Police named Euceda as a suspect in last Thursday night's home invasion robbery at the Hickory Trace apartment complex during which two women were sexually assaulted.
Detectives and SWAT team officers arrested Euceda at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a parking lot on Nolensville Road where he was found sitting in a car with three male juveniles. Police detained the juveniles for questioning.
Euceda also faces a first-degree murder charge in Alabama, police said.