Authorities have arrested a second person wanted in connection with a double-homicide in north Nashville over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Officials with Metro Nashville Police said Michael Woods was taken into custody Wednesday night after a week-and-a-half on the run.
Both he and Steven Robinson have been charged in a double homicide that killed 41-year-old Charity Adams and 33-year-old Chad Steven Miller.
Robinson was arrested last week.
Detectives said the pair shot three people outside a home on Saint Louis Street on November 27. Adams died at the scene, while Miller later succumbed to his injuries at a hospital.
A third person, 26-year-old Kenneth Pullens, was also seriously hurt.
Police said both Woods and Robinson are also under investigation for another murder outside that same home in October and a shooting three days before that.
In that incident, one man was sent to an area hospital.
Woods was also charged with shooting three people back in August, including a construction worker.
Additionally, Woods reportedly escaped as police tried to arrest him just 10 days before last month's double homicide.
He was booked on a $800,000 bond.