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Search Continues For Suspects In Violent Crime Spree; Victim Speak Out

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Posted at 5:15 AM, Jul 22, 2015
and last updated 2015-09-07 09:03:13-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Metro police are looking for two men wanted on several counts of attempted murder for shootings in the Napier/Sudekum public housing area in recent months.

Police are looking for 18-year-old Terrance Kimbrough and 31-year-old Darryl Starks. They are considered armed and dangerous.

Kimbrough is named in four indictments involving shootings over the past nine months.

Kimbrough along with Calvin Starks, age 20, are named in a first-degree murder indictment for the November 26, 2014 shooting death of Brendon Leggs. Leggs was shot and killed outside Discount Tobacco & Beer on Lewis Street as he returned to his car from the market.

Kimbrough is also named in a separate first-degree murder indictment for the December 3, 2014, fatal shooting of Monte Watson on Lewis Street. Officers responding to a shots fired call at 3 a.m. that day found Watson on the ground suffering from multiple bullet wounds.

In a third separate indictment, Kimbrough and Darryl Starks are charged with attempted murder for the July 16, 2015 shooting of Sheranda Jones. Jones was hit in the head by gunfire while holding her 7-month-old son at #2 University Court. She remains in critical condition.

Finally, in a fourth indictment, Kimbrough and Darryl Starks are charged with multiple counts of attempted murder and reckless endangerment for the July 17, 2015 shooting of Pamela Cossie and India Jones on Claiborne Street. Neither woman was critically injured.

Cossie told NewsChannel 5 luck was on her side when bullets riddled her Napier Place neighborhood.

"I don't know who shot me, I don't know what happened. All I know is I got hit me coming home," recalled Cossie.

Cossie suffered a bullet wound to her hand, a broken ankle and says a bullet is still lodged in her foot.

She says it's still hard for her to come home everyday and even harder to go to sleep at night.

"I just can't sleep or nothing, I just have nightmares. I just, it all just flashes back everyday. I don't want to cry or nothing but I don't want anyone else to have to go through something like this," said Cossie.

Police officers throughout the city are on the lookout for Kimbrough and Darryl Starks. If you see them or know where they contact Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.

An enhanced police presence begun last week in the Napier/Sudekum area remains in effect.