From the Nashville Tennessean of April 30, 2004:
Three charged in robbery at house
Metro police yesterday arrested three people in connection with a home invasion Wednesday in east Nashville.
Police identified them as Angel Annette Raymer, 31, of Eagan Circle; Thurman Dillon, 23, of Dupont Avenue; and Jason Bruce Lynn, 22, of Kirkland Avenue. They are charged with aggravated robbery.
Police said the three suspects kicked in the door of Richard Frazier's home at 1703 Porter Road at 6 p.m. and demanded his money. Investigators said Raymer, an acquaintance of Frazier, had visited him just before the robbery.
Police gave this account of what happened next: Soon after the visit, two men kicked in the door, fought with Frazier, 51, and took his wallet and other items. During the robbery, Frazier broke free, got a pistol that he keeps in the home, and exchanged shots with the suspects. No one was hit.
Two officers spotted the getaway vehicle yesterday outside a home on Maplewood Lane. The officers and robbery detectives waited for the three suspects to come out and arrested them without incident.