COUNCIL CHRONICLE – Nashville authorities confirmed that a Tennessee convicted felon was shot and killed on Wednesday night during a home invasion. The man’s accomplice remains at large. Following the incident, the homeowner was transported to the hospital with a skull fracture.
Tennessee Convicted Felon Had a Long Criminal Record, Authorities Declared
During a recent press conference, a Nashville Police Department spokesperson declared that 27-year-old Terry Adams Jr. died on Wednesday night during a heist that went terribly wrong.
According to the police, on Wednesday, Adams Jr. and another unidentified individual drove to Brent Bishop’s house, a 43-year-old Nashville homeowner. At the time of the robbery, both Bishop and his wife were at home.
After leaving their car in the couple’s driveway, Adams Jr., accompanied by his accomplice, broke into Bishop’s house using the back door and pistol-whipped the home owner’s wife.
Hearing the commotion coming from the kitchen, Bishop went to the room and found the back door ajar. Reportedly, the Tennessee convicted felon hit the homeowner in the back of the head with a blunt object.
Bishop was instructed to open the weapons safe where he stored a pistol and three long guns. After being attacked by the home invaders, Bishop’s wife managed to flee the house and dial 911 from one of the neighbors.
Adams Jr. and the other robber emptied Bishop’s guns safe and left the house. After recovering from the hit, the homeowner retrieved a pistol from another area of the house and went to the driveway to confront the home invaders.
The Tennessee convicted felon was outside loading the stolen items in the car when Bishop opened fire. Two rounds hit Adams Jr., and the third missed his accomplice.
Adams Jr. was later declared dead at the scene. His accomplice has yet to be identified.
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