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Security Guards Charged With Shooting Car Outside South Nashville Club

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Two Nashville nightclub security guards have been charged after police said they shot a woman's car outside the club, and then tampered with evidence.

Police said 25-year old Christopher Lyon and 41-year old Forrest Bradford shot a woman's car at Club Miami after she allegedly backed into a car, and then tried to run them over early last Wednesday morning.

Lyon and Bradford then picked up shell casings from the shooting before investigators arrived.

Police investigation found that Bradford and Lyon shot at the vehicle as it passed, and they were not being threatened when they opened fire.

The 23-year-old driver was found at a nearby fast food restaurant, and told investigators that she thought the noise she heard was gravel striking the vehicle.

Both were charged with aggravated assault and evidence tampering. They have since been released on $25,000 bond each.

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