UPDATE: Arrest made Cumberland Co. double murder at school bus garage parking lot
UPDATE: CROSSVILLE, Tenn. — TBI agents have arrested a man in connection to a double homicide in Cumberland County.
Officials have identified the two victims as 58-year-old Joy Nostrom and 54-year-old Mark Gunter. Joy Nostrom’s husband, Warren Nostrom was also found injured with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was airlifted to a local hospital where he was treated for his injuries and released.
This morning, 74-year- old Warren Nostrom was arrested and charged with two counts of First Degree Murder. He was booked into the Cumberland County Jail on a $4-million bond. The investigation remains active and ongoing.
PREVIOUS STORY: Authorities said a man and woman are dead and one other was wounded in a shooting Friday in the parking lot of the Cumberland County school bus garage.
Officers responded around 2:27 p.m. CDT to the garage at 1668 Genesis Road in Crossville. Two men and a woman were found unresponsive with gunshot wounds, and police said the shooter is suspected to be one of the three but have not determined who.
The TBI said preliminary info appears to show the suspect shot themselves after shooting the other two.