BUTTIJEG HOLDS RALLY IN NASHVILLE
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg held a rally in Nashville at the Canary Ballroom last night, hoping to boost his chances to become the next president. He is the fourth democratic 2020 hopeful to make a stop in the mid-state. Beto O’rourke held an event in Nashville last week. After the rally, the mayor of South Bend, Ind. told reporters about the importance of cities like Nashville.
MAN KILLED INSIDE HERMITAGE HOME
22-year-old Matthew Stewart has died following a shooting inside a Hermitage home in the 300 block of Monaco Drive this morning. Stewart and another 22-year-old man were arguing when witnesses say Stewart shot the man in the arm. According to police, a second gunman shot Stewart and left the area. Stewart died at the scene. Authorities say none of the three men involved lived at the home.
U.S. Marshals arrested 20-year-old Willie Williams, an accused Nashville serial rapist in Wisconsin. A Crime Stoppers tip led them to Williams where they found him hiding in the attic of his mother’s home in Milwaukee. Williams was suspected of victimizing seven women and will be brought back to Nashville in the near future.
SUSPECTS WANTED IN DEADLY SHOOTING IN LAVERGNE
A 40 year old hispanic man was shot and killed in front of Romas Pizza on Murfreesboro Rd in La Vergne last night, and police are asking for the public’s help to find the suspects. Lavergne Police haven’t release the details behind the shooting, but they say they are looking for two black males, one white male and two black females. Anyone with any information is asked to call the La Vergne Police Department at 615-793-7744 or Rutherford County CrimeStoppers at 615-893-7867.
OVER 1000 ROCKS THROWN OFF TRAIN TRACK AT BICENTENNIAL PARK
More than 1,000 rocks were thrown from the top of the train trestle at Bicentennial Mall State Park overnight last night. For a second night in a row, park rangers had to clean up rocks they believe were intentionally thrown from the train tracks down into the park. Bicentennial is closed at that time of night, but park manager Jerry Wooten said walkers and joggers still run under the train trestle. Park rangers believe that the rocks had to be thrown by hand and said they would charge the culprit with destruction of property.