NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A man has been arrested in connection with the murder of a longtime cab driver in Nashville.
According to a police affidavit, 20-year-old Nicholas Griffin called police shortly after the shooting occurred and told them he had information about who was involved in the shooting of 69-year-old Henry Moore.
Police said Moore was shot while answering a call to pick up a passenger at 10th Avenue North and Garfield on October 26.
Police tried to meet with Griffin about the shooting several times, but were unsuccessful until Wednesday night. During questioning, police said Griffin admitted his involvement in the shooting, and claimed the motive was robbery.
The affidavit also claims Griffin told police others were involved in the crime, but no other arrests have been made.
Griffin was charged with criminal homicide. He was held at the Metro jail on $750,000 bond.