Suspect turns himself in after man found dead in North Nashville recording studio
The man was found dead inside the former Trench Town restaurant, which is now being used as a recording studio.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - A suspect turned himself in Thursday afternoon for his alleged involvement in a fatal shooting in North Nashville.
Kenneth DeWayne Beach, 39, is charged with criminal homicide in Wednesday night’s fatal shooting of 36-year-old Josue Riscart Chirino.
Metro Nashville police said at about 11:30 p.m., officers responded to a shooting on McDaniel Street. Upon arrival, they found a man Chirino dead inside the building from multiple gunshot wounds.
Chirino was found inside the former Trench Town restaurant, which is now being used as a recording studio.
According to an arrest report, a woman spoke to police telling them that Beach tried to come inside her home after the shooting. The woman asked Beach what he wanted and she said he admitted to shooting “Sway.”
The report said Beach told the woman he took Chirino’s gun away from him and shot him with it. She added that Chirino and Beach were close acquaintances, according to police.
This is a developing story.
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