He distributed drugs and four co-defendants robbed various businesses to support their addictions.
Police say the suspects placed a food order for delivery but when the driver showed up, they pulled a gun and attempted to rob him.
Tucker Williams said he told Carter he had one last chance to stop fighting with him and when he continued, Williams punched him in the eye twice.
The deputy’s gun, cell phone, and keys to the van were within easy reach, but the inmates used the phone to call 911 and rendered aid until EMS arrived.
The pieces are believed to be authentic and likely belonged to high-ranking German Nazis, but also of illegal origin and significant historical value.
Three of the five suspects were armed with various weapons, but the homeowner didn’t hesitate to fight back and now all five are behind bars.
Senior District Judge E. Richard Webber sealed the settlement amount from public view, but describes it as “fair and reasonable compensation for this wrongful death claim and is in the best interests of each plaintiff.”
After shooting both deputies, the suspect was found in a yard near the Tennessee courthouse with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Witnesses say what started as a lighthearted battle between friends escalated into violence before one of the friends fatally shot the other.
The suspect, who was wearing clothes he stole during a previous home invasion, claimed he wasn’t trying to take anything, but simply wanted to be friends.