Convicted robber Timothy Marsh, 27, is back behind bars this time charged with two robberies and an aggravated assault in three separate incidents Friday outside North Nashville banks.
The first incident occurred at 12:20 p.m. when a man exited Bank of America, 3214 Clarksville Pike, and Marsh allegedly grabbed the victim’s wallet while threatening to shoot him. No gun was seen. The suspect fled in a silver Nissan Altima.
A few minutes later, Marsh is accused of approaching a man, who was sitting in his vehicle in the parking lot of Advanced Financial, 800 Jefferson Street, and demanding money. When the victim said he didn’t have any, Marsh allegedly grabbed the victim’s cell phone and again fled in the Altima.
The third incident occurred outside Regions bank at 12:50 p.m. Marsh allegedly physically assaulted a woman after he claimed she had backed into his vehicle. After a struggle, Marsh fled. A witness told responding officers that the suspect fled in a silver Nissan Altima with a “UK” sticker on the back bumper.
A short time later, North Precinct Officer James Wray alertly spotted the suspect car traveling on 25th Avenue North near Dowlan Street. He gave direction of flight to other officers, who later discovered the Nissan Altima flipped over in an alley near 18th Avenue North and Nubell Street. Marsh was extricated from the vehicle, unharmed.
Marsh, who was positively identified as the man involved in both robberies and the assault, is charged with two counts of robbery, aggravated assault, evading arrest, and driving on a revoked license. Marsh, who has previous convictions for robbery and drug possession, is being held in lieu of $82,000 bond.