Dispute over $100 leads to fatal shooting in Antioch
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - Metro Police said a disagreement over a $100 debt led to a shooting Monday afternoon that left one person dead and another person injured.
Metro Police said Tuesday that Tracy Jackson, 26, has been arrested on a charge of criminal homicide on Tuesday night after being released from the hospital.
Jackson is accused of shooting 31-year-old Anthony Lovell Carter, who had come to Jackson’s apartment complex on Hickory Hollow Terrace to confront Jackson, who allegedly owed him $100.
The discussion ended and the victim and his friends returned to the car and started to leave the complex.
While they were waiting on the gate to open at the complex, Jackson went to confront pulled up behind the victim and got into a physical altercation with them. Jackson allegedly returned to his vehicle and retrieved a gun and started shooting at Carter. Carter was shot several times before his friends could retrieve guns and return fire.
Carter was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he died. Jackson was taken to Century Farms Emergency Room in Antioch and transferred to Skyline Medical Center with non-serious wounds.
A Metro Police spokesperson said there were at least three guns fired and more than a dozen shell casings in the gate area where the vehicles were parked during the shooting.
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