MEMPHIS, Tenn.– Three teens are facing charges after they carjacked two rideshare drivers in the Whitehaven area.

Police say 18-year-old Nicholas Odum and two other juveniles ages 16 and 17 who haven’t been identified carjacked the two female drivers.

The first incident happened on Saturday around 9 p.m.

According to the affidavit, a Lyft driver picked the teens up in the area of Honduras Cove and Horn Lake when one of the teens put a gun to her head and told her to get out of the car.

The driver and a relative who was in the car with her got out of the vehicle and the suspects drove off.

Police said the teens also carjacked an Uber driver three days later on Brushwood Drive.

According to the victim, when they got to the stop sign on Brushwood Drive, all three suspects told her to “stop the vehicle and don’t move” while pointing a knife and two guns at her face. The suspects asked for money and her cash app information.

She then got out of the vehicle and the suspects pulled off.

The homeowner who didn’t want to be identified said she doesn’t know the suspects and has no idea why they picked her address.

“It makes me wonder if they know someone in the area,” she said. “It gives me some kind of fear myself.”

Mosal Morszart said the victim ran to his house in distress.

Stepping in to help, he spotted the suspects a few blocks over before they ditched the car and got away with the victim’s wallet.

“The guys took off running they just scattered like roaches when the lights come on,” Morszart said. “I just saw a sister needing some help and I said let me go and see what I can do to make better of the situation.”

A Uber spokesperson addressed the incident saying, “What the driver describes is terrifying, and we’ve reached out to offer our support. We’ve removed the account holder’s access to the Uber app and look forward to helping with the police investigation.”

Both vehicles have been recovered.

After further investigation, Odum was developed as a suspect and arrested a short time later. Investigators said Odum admitted to being involved in the carjackings.

Odum was charged with three counts of carjacking, three counts of employment of a firearm during commission of a dangerous felony, and evading arrest to wit foot pursuit.

There is no bond information for Odum at this time.

We have reached to Lyft for a comment and are waiting to hear back.