NASHVILLE, Tenn. - An attempted murder suspect was arrested after a high-speed chase ended at a local shopping mall.
U.S. Marshals spotted Corey Johnson driving near Cedar Hill Park in Madison just before 11 a.m. Officers said he refused to pull over, and a chase ensued that reached speeds of 90 miles per hour on Interstate 65.
Officers followed him to Rivergate Mall, where he got out of his car and went inside. Officers inside Rivergate Mall were put on notice and when Johnson entered he was caught and arrested inside the JC Penney Store
Johnson was also believed to have tossed a gun out of the car during the pursuit.
Johnson, and another man, Antonio Bass, were accused of shooting Ricardo Spencer on June 6 at a Donelson Apartment complex on Elm Hill Pike. Police said Johnson had a prior relationship with Spencer's wife.
Johnson was booked in the Davidson County Jail on outstanding warrants charging him with three counts of selling cocaine and domestic assault. He was being held in lieu of $500,000 bond.
Bass remains at large, and has convictions in Nashville for aggravated assault and felony cocaine possession in 2008 and 2009.
Anyone seeing Bass or knowing his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.