NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Two Nashville men wanted for murder have been added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s “Top 10 Most Wanted” list.
The men have been identified as 18-year-old Terrance Kimbrough and 31-year-old Darryl Antoine Starks.
Officers with the Metro Nashville Police were called out to University Court and 1st Avenue South the evening of July 16. Kimbrough and Starks were accused of shooting a 31-year-old woman while she was holding her infant son.
The woman was identified as Sheranda Jones. Police said Jones was holding her 7-month-old son and standing on her porch with two other men when the suspects drove by and fired at them from a vehicle.
Jones was struck in the head and fell, causing her son to receive minor abrasions. She was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in critical condition.
One of the men with Jones was grazed by a bullet.
Police said the incident was one of many shootings over the past year involving Kimbrough and Starks – all in the Napier/Sudekum public housing area.
Kimbrough and Starks were named in a first-degree murder case from November 2014, when Brendon Leggs was shot and killed outside Discount Tobacco & Beer on Lewis Street as he returned to his car from the market.
Kimbrough was wanted in a separate first-degree murder indictment for the December 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 fourth indictment, Kimbrough and Darryl Starks have been 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.
The two men faced charges for murder, attempted first degree murder, reckless endangerment and weapons violations.
Stark had previous convictions for aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, fraud and reckless endangerment.
Officials said the men should be considered extremely dangerous. Both were believed to be in possession of firearms.
Anyone who sees either suspect should call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463). Rewards have been offered for information leading to their arrests.