APRIL 15, 2006 -- A DISAGREEMENT OVER AN OUTDOOR DICE GAME IS BELIEVED TO BE BEHIND FRIDAY NIGHT'S MURDER OF RONNIE LEE PARKER ON 6TH AVENUE NORTH. PARKER, 29, OF FARMVIEW DRIVE, WAS AMONG SEVERAL PERSONS PLAYING DICE BEHIND AN APARTMENT IN THE 1700 BLOCK OF 6TH AVENUE NORTH WHEN HE BECAME INVOLVED IN A DISPUTE WITH RAY JEROME ODOM. WITNESSES REPORTED THAT PARKER TOOK OFF RUNNING, PROMPTING ODOM TO PULL OUT A PISTOL AND SHOOT AT HIM. PARKER COLLAPSED AND DIED ON A NEARBY SIDEWALK.According to police detectives, Odom has turned himself in.
Thursday, April 20, 2006
Details on Weekend Murder near Garfield St. and 6th Av.
Here are the details on the North End homicide over the weekend from incidentlog.com:
Posted by S-townMike at 4/20/2006 03:30:00 PM
Labels: Crime, Metro Police, Nashville, Salemtown
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