Man Charged With Homicide In Domestic Stabbings In Lebanon
Timothy Blake Anderson
LEBANON, Tenn. - A man has been charged with criminal homicide after a fight left one man dead and two other family members injured.
Timothy Blake Anderson, 39, was also charged with two counts of aggravated assault in the stabbings at a home in the 700 block of Meadowlane Drive.
Police called to the home just before 9 p.m. Wednesday discovered 52-year-old Lonnie Leftrick dead on the scene. Two other victims, 29-year-old Shane Leftrick and 33-year-old Kim Leftrick, were taken to Vanderbilt Medical Center, where they remained in critical condition.
Anderson, who was only identified as a family member to the three victims, was located at a home next door. He was taken into custody and transported to University Medical Center. He was treated and released for an injury received during the fight.
Police said they believe the stabbing stemmed from an ongoing family dispute.
"This is one of our residential neighborhoods out here. We have very few calls over in this area, especially anything like this, but it just goes to show you it can happen anywhere, anytime," said Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen.
Anderson was held at the Wilson County jail on $200,000 bond. A court date was scheduled for July 19.