Timothy Fetter 48, identified as Old Hickory Boulevard fatal shooting victim
Timothy Fetter Death – Detectives from the Homicide Unit are following up on active leads in relation to the deadly shooting that occurred on Wednesday evening in the 600 block of East Old Hickory Boulevard. Timothy Fetter, 48, was found outside of his red Pontiac GTO with several gunshot wounds shortly after someone in a light-colored vehicle opened fire on him and fired several bullets.
Skyline Medical Center
After the shots were fired, the suspect car drove away in an easterly direction. Fetter was taken to Skyline Medical Center, but he did not survive his arrival there. Anyone who witnessed the shooting that resulted in a fatality is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at the number 615-742-7463. Callers who choose to remain anonymous are also eligible to receive a monetary prize.
Related topic: Teen suspects arrested in fatal Kwik Sak shooting; victim identified
The perpetrators responsible for a fatal shooting that took place at a Kwik Sak gas station on Monday afternoon have been detained, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department. The Metro Nashville Police Department reports that Shawn Davis and Demarcus Boyd, both 15, have been charged with criminal homicide in connection with a fatal shooting. Vishal Patel, an employee at the Kwik Sak convenience store located at 4890 Lebanon Pike, was reportedly shot by one of the two juvenile suspects, according to the police.
The clerk, who was 36 years old, was taken to Skyline Medical Center, but he did not survive his stay there. According to the statements made by the police, David and Boyd rushed away from the petrol station in a stolen Kia Sorrento that belonged to a relative of Davis’. Before 8 o’clock in the evening, detectives found the stolen Sorrento at a neighboring Arby’s on Lebanon Pike. There, they also took possession of the two teens who were driving the vehicle.
Additionally, charges of aggravated robbery were brought against Davis and Boyd. The teenagers are suspected by the police of carrying out a robbery on Sunday at a 7-Eleven petrol station located on Old Hickory Boulevard. The suspects went into the store, threatened the cashier with a revolver, and stole all of the money from the register before fleeing on foot. During an interrogation with cops, both teenagers reportedly confirmed their involvement in the crime.
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