Arrest Leads to Recovery of Stolen Car, Drugs and Guns in Nashville

Metropolitan Nashville Police Department

TITANS (The Investigative Team Addressing Neighborhood Shootings) detectives located and apprehended accused armed robber Marquez Daveon Davis, recovering a stolen car and three guns, one of them stolen, in the process on March 13, 2023.

Detectives determined that Davis, 22, along with two others were inside a stolen 2019 silver Toyota Camry. When the car pulled into a convenience market in the 2800 block of West End Avenue, the TITANS team moved in and blocked the Camry. Davis, Kevin McDonald, 19, and Kyshun Howse, 18, were taken into custody without incident.

Inside the car were two pounds of marijuana, two grams of crack, five grams of fentanyl, 27 pills, digital scales, $4,832 cash, and three pistols. One of them, a tan nine millimeter semi-automatic, was stolen last October during a burglary of a Murfreesboro Pike used car dealership.

Detectives had been working to locate Davis since he was identified as a suspect in the February 13th armed robbery of a father who had his six-month-old son his arms after coming out of a Bruck Church Pike market.

Davis is jailed in lieu of $132,000 bond on charges of aggravated robbery, felony reckless endangerment, and felony drug and gun charges.

McDonald is charged with felony drug and gun possession and joyriding. His bond is set at $36,000.

Howse is charged with felony marijuana and gun possession. His bond is set at $6,000.

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