NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The man believed to be responsible for the murder of Nashville man Deon Brown has been arrested in New York.
According to Metro Nashville Police, Christopher Gadsden was arrested in New York City.
He was wanted for the stabbing death of Brown on a Western Express truck lot near Centennial Place in November.
His white Pontiac G6 car was recovered in Hickory, North Carolina. Gadsden was believed to have driven the vehicle there.
He had ties to Fayetteville, North Carolina.
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