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Suspect in triple shooting surrenders, another still wanted

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The scene of the shooting on St. Louis Street. (Source: WSMV) The scene of the shooting on St. Louis Street. (Source: WSMV)
Steven Robinson (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Steven Robinson (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
Michael Woods (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Michael Woods (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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UPDATE: Metro police say Steven L. Robinson is being held in lieu of $1 million bond on two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and unlawful gun possession in connection with last Sunday's shooting.

Police continue to locate Michael Woods, who faces the same charges.

Previously Reported

Metro police say one of the two suspects wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in north Nashville last Sunday night has surrendered.

Steven Robinson, 24, surrendered to Metro police on Friday night.

Police are still searching for Michael Woods.

Charity Adams and Chad Steven Miller were killed in the shooting, which happened at Miller's home on Saint Louis Street.

Adams died at the scene. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Pullens, was shot in the back and remains hospitalized. Miller later died at the hospital.

Robinson and Woods are charged with two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of unlawful gun possession.

They are also being investigated for their alleged roles in a fatal shooting on Oct. 24 outside of the same house. Miller's co-worker, Robert Richardson, was killed in that shooting.

Woods is accused in a third shooting that happened Aug. 29 on 14th Avenue North. He has prior convictions for cocaine possession and unlawful gun possession.

Robinson was free on bond after being charged in connection with a shooting at a nightclub on Murfreesboro Pike on April 9. He allegedly wrecked an SUV and led officers on a foot chase before he was arrested.

Woods is considered to be armed and dangerous. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call 615-742-7463.

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