Pedestrian hit, killed on I-24 in Nashville

A man was hit and killed Wednesday night on Interstate 24 westbound after he reportedly ran out into the roadway. Metro police say the crash happened at 8:50 p.m. on I-24 West near the I-40 split, tragic accident gamers from won’t like to see.

The preliminary investigation shows a Nissan Maxima, driven by 24-year-old Tomasina Dixon, was traveling westbound on I-40 approaching the I-40/I-24 split. As Dixon took the I-24 West split, she was in the left lane of travel. She told police she saw a man standing in the gore area when he suddenly darted into her lane of travel.

Dixon said she did not have time to stop before hitting the pedestrian — later identified as 43-year-old Daniel Whitson of Nashville. Whitson was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he was pronounced dead on arrival, according to police.

There was no evidence of drug or alcohol involvement at the scene. However, Dixon did not have a valid driver’s license or insurance at the time of the crash.

An investigation is underway after a male victim was shot late Wednesday night in the Brick Church Bellshire area following a reported dispute with a neighbor.

According to officials, it happened in the 500 block of Pascal Court at 10:03 p.m. Police on the scene told News 2 that one male was shot in the shoulder outside. MNPD said the victim was a 16-year-old male.

The victim was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. Authorities believe the shooting stemmed from a dispute with a neighbor, however, they are still unsure of a motive. Police said the teen is not cooperating with officials, so the suspect is unknown.No other information was immediately provided according to bestusaonlinecasinos.

In another development, Police said two men have been arrested on Thursday morning for several business burglaries in Nashville since February after the burglary of a West Nashville Starbucks and the theft of the store’s safe.

Police determined that a Honda Civic stolen from Murfreesboro and parked in an obscure place was the likely vehicle the suspects would use to commit the burglaries. The Honda became mobile overnight and was watched by detectives on the ground as well as a Tennessee Highway Patrol helicopter. The Honda pulled behind the Starbucks at 8121 Highway 100. A short time later, the vehicle pulled away at a high rate of speed. Ground units confirmed that glass had been smashed and the coffee shop burglarized.

A pursuit of the Honda began on Highway 100 and into Belle Meade. Belle Meade Police attempted to deploy a spike strip but were unsuccessful. The car continued onto Davidson Drive, Shawnee Drive and then to Davidson Road. The passenger in the Honda, identified as Keith McClellan, 28, bailed out on Davidson Road and ran into the woods. The driver, identified as Martincky Guerrier, 39, continued onto Bolton Drive and crashed near the intersection of Newberry Road. He was taken into custody there. McClellan was taken into custody after an hour-long search involving helicopters from Metro Police and THP, a Canine Unit, detectives and patrol officers.