Four convicted felons were injured overnight in a shooting at a home recording studio in Goodlettsville.
The incident happened shortly before 2 a.m. Monday at a residence on Cunniff Parkway.
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According to Metro Nashville Police, two cousins, identified as 22-year-old Christopher Christian II and 20-year-old Ryan Bowden, were shot at the home, which is owned by their grandmother.
They reportedly told police they had argued with three men about recording a rap song in a studio they operate in the garage.
Both were taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with non-critical wounds.
Not long after, police said 23-year-old Antonio Doval and 24-year-old Brandon Richardson were taken to Skyline Medical Center by personal vehicle.
According to investigators, neither could tell them where the shooting had occurred or who shot them.
Shots were apparently fired outside and struck a home on North Wind Road.
Neighbor Deni Lowe said three bullets entered her home while she and her two four-year-old twins were asleep. One struck Lowe's bedroom.
Richardson registered as an ex-con for robbery in Davidson County last month. Doval also has a previous conviction for robbery.
Christian and Bowden each have prior aggravated robbery and burglary convictions in Cheatham County.
The investigation remained ongoing.