Victim Possibly Being Held Against His Will In Madison Shooting
NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Metro Police believe that one of the victims involved in a shooting inside a car on Gallatin Pike Thursday night, was being held against his will.
Officials said that the shooting occurred in the 1500 block of North Gallatin Pike near the Home Depot around 7 p.m. Thursday. Police said that three people were traveling inside a car on Gallatin Pike when a fight broke out. The occupants inside the car began shooting at each other, and then the car swerved into oncoming traffic and crashed into a ditch near the Home Depot.
A passenger in the backseat was shot and was pronounced dead at Skyline. Another victim was transported to a local hospital and was reported to be critical condition with non-life threatening injuries.
On Friday, police announced that officers were investigating information that one of the men wounded in the shooting, Alan B. Beverly, was being held against his will by two acquaintances, Keandre March and Timothy Brown. Detectives were working to determine whether Beverly's resistance against the two in his car initiated the gunfire.