Teens wanted for shooting at Goodlettsville apartment complex in custody

Jovontavius Farmer (L) and Madison Wright Jr. (R) are considered to be armed and dangerous. (Source: Goodlettsville Police Department)

Two teens wanted in connection with a shooting at an apartment complex on Thursday night have turned themselves into authorities, according to a news release.

Goodlettsville Police said the two teens, Jonontavius Farmer and Madison Wright Jr., both 18, turned themselves into Metro Police and are now in custody.

According to police, the suspects shot at two victims while they were inside a car in the parking lot at The Retreat at Dry Creek just before 8 p.m.

Officers said they found over 30 shell casings and spent rounds at the scene. Several of the rounds reportedly entered apartments in the surrounding area.

Anyone who has information about the case is asked to call Detective Stephen Hodges at 615-851-2219 or 615-210-7242 or email shodges@goodlettsville.gov.

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