Michael Mosely

Michael Mosely

(WSMV) - Michael Mosley, the man accused of stabbing and killing two men outside of a Midtown bar back in December, has been indicted by a grand jury Tuesday. 

Mosley is charged with two counts of first degree murder/premeditated, one count of attempted first degree murder/premeditated, and one count of assault. 

On December 21, 2019, 22-year-old Clayton Beathard and 21-year-old Paul Trapeni III were stabbed and killed outside of The Dogwood Bar. 

Another victim, 21-year-old AJ Bethurum, suffered injuries to his eye and arm.

The dispute reportedly started over an unwanted advancement made by a man toward a woman in the bar.

After a four-day manhunt, Mosley was found and arrested in a home on Petway Road in Cheatham County on Christmas day. 

TBI added Mosley to TBI's Most Wanted List on Christmas Eve. 

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