A new development has come to light in a deadly shooting in North Nashville.
Arrest warrants were issued for two people in the targeted incident that happened Sunday afternoon on St. Louis Street.
Police said they’re looking for 24-year-old Michael Woods, who’s also known as "Fox.”
Authorities confirmed 24-year-old Steven Robinson, whose nickname has been known as "Cat Daddy," was the second suspect. He surrendered to police Friday evening.
The two men have been wanted on murder charges after two people died and another person was hurt in that shooting off of Saint Louis Street.
Authorities confirmed 41-year-old Charity Adams passed away at the scene. Chad Steven Miller, age 33, died Monday afternoon.
Adams’ boyfriend, 26-year-old Kenneth Pullens, remained hospitalized after suffering a gunshot wound to his back.
Woods and Robinson also remained under investigation in regard to an October 24 fatal shooting outside the same home.
The two were considered armed and dangerous.
Robinson was charged with two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder, and unlawful gun possession. Woods was facing the same charges.
Robinson was being held in lieu of a $1 million bond.
Anyone with information on Woods' whereabouts has been asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.