PHOTO: A booking photo of Tyler Delcamp from 2015, according to a Nolensville Police Department news release.
Detectives from the Nolensville Police Department arrested a man Friday afternoon in connection with a string of car burglaries that recently occurred in town.
In the early morning hours of January 25, around 18 cars in the Ballenger Drive area of Nolensville were burglarized. All of the cars were unlocked.
Tyler Delcamp, 24, of Murfreesboro, has been charged with one count of auto burglary, Nolensville Police Department Chief Roddy Parker said.
Parker said that additional charges may be presented later to the Williamson County Grand Jury.
Delcamp is currently being held at the Williamson County Criminal Justice Center on a $25,000 bond. He has a court date scheduled on February 22.
The arrest comes just days after detectives from the Franklin Police Department and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest in Smyrna of a man suspected in dozens of vehicle burglaries in Williamson County and Franklin.
Police arrested Richard Jacob Hartman, 23, on Tuesday. He is currently being held in the Rutherford County Jail on a charge of Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon, according to a news release from the Franklin Police Department.
Parker said that Nolensville police are investigating possible links between Delcamp and Hartman.