NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Metro Nashville police investigated a shooting that killed a woman in South Nashville Friday morning.
Officers were called to a home on Evelyn Drive just before midnight.
Police say the person who lives at the home told them he found a burglar in his garage, got his pistol, opened his living room window and looked outside.
He told police he saw the woman climbing out of a garage window.
The man told police he yelled for her to stop and shot the woman as they faced each other and she reached for something.
A backpack found lying next to the woman had several bags of marijuana that police say apparently came from the man's garage.
Police got a search warrant for the home and found about two pounds of marijuana, along with cash and another gun in the man's bedroom.
The man, 24-year-old Redear Haji, was arrested on drug and gun charges.
Metro Police say the fatal shooting of the woman remains under investigation.
Police are trying to identify the woman killed.
MNPD says the woman has a tattoo of the name “Keeyana” on her left hand and a tattoo of the name “Andrea” on her right wrist. On her right upper arm is a tattoo of the word “Love” in colorful ink.