2 Persons of interest in fatal Nashville shootings in custody
Two persons of interest have been named in the deadly shootings of two people outside a club in East Nashville last week and potentially a string of other violent incidents.
Police have identified Lacory Cody Lytle, 24, and Demontrey M. Logsdon, 20, as possible suspects and they are wanted for questioning.
Shortly after their names were announced, police tweeted that Logsdon was taken into custody at a residence on Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard.
Lytle surrendered at Metro's East Precinct a short time later.
Both men are now being questioned by detectives regarding the incident.
Logsdon was convicted of robbery and sentenced to five years of probation for an incident in in November 2017.
Officials told News4 that regardless of questioning in the East Nashville murders, Logsdon will face charges in an unrelated kidnapping incident in Bellevue.
Officials said Lytle was convicted of felony aggravated assault and sentenced to five years of probation following an incident in May.
Both men are now wanted for questioning based on surveillance images, physical evidence and observations collected by Metro detectives as part of their investigation into a string of recent violent crimes across the city.
Police say there could be a connection in a string of violent incidents across the city in the last few weeks.
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