Man faces felony for entering home

A Nashville man faces a felony and two misdemeanors after police say he entered a home on Artist Drive without permission.

Nashville Police Chief Ben Seastrom reported in a probable cause affidavit that Adam Floyd, 37, entered the Artist Drive home while the homeowner was there Sept. 23. The homeowner said he heard something in his front room and when he went to investigate, he saw Floyd, and he did not have permission to be there, the report said.

Seastrom said the homeowner had a protective order against Floyd.

Nothing was taken from the home, the report said.

Floyd was charged Oct. 17 with residential entry, a Level 6 felony; criminal trespass, a Class A misdemeanor; and invasion of privacy, a Class A misdemeanor.