Police arrest 4 in shooting that killed 1, wounded others
SOMERVILLE (AP) — Four men have been charged in a Tennessee shooting that killed one person and wounded others.
Gregory Bonds, Tomarcus Baskerville, Martivus Baskerville, and Montaveen Taylor were charged Monday with first-degree murder, four counts of attempted murder, and five counts of using a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.
All four were located in Somerville and arrested without incident, the U.S. Marshal’s Office said.
The charges stem from a shooting early Sunday at a house party in Fayette County, authorities said. Tavaris Contrell Lewis, 19, of Mason, was killed and four others, two men and two women, were wounded.
Authorities did not release a motive in the shootings.
It wasn’t clear if any of those charged have attorneys.