A 30-year-old faces criminal homicide charges in connection to a fatal shooting of two brothers in November 2021.
Metro Nashville Police say Keno Lane faces a 15-count indictment. Police say robbery is believed to have motivated the incident in which two men were fatally shot and four other family members were wounded during an incident at a Torbett Street apartment.
The two brothers killed were identified as Zacquez Sherrell, 18, and Tavarius Sherrell, 15, according to a release.
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Wounded were their 40-year-old mother, two of their sisters, ages 16 and 20, and their 13-year-old brother.
Also found dead from the incident was Christian Akail Johnson, 29, of Nashville, who police say was a suspect in the robbery.
Three guns were recovered from inside the residence. Police say the suspects gained entry after knocking on the front door.
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