Two Teens Charged in Nashville Homicide Incident

Two 14-year-olds face charges over a fatal shooting in Nashville.

Two 14-year-old boys, Tyrese Summers and Kimarion Henry, have been charged with criminal homicide following the shooting death of 30-year-old Anthony Lee Buchanan Jr. in Nashville. The incident occurred on Thursday night at around 10 p.m. on University Court, where Buchanan was found deceased in an alley with multiple gunshot wounds.

The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department reported that surveillance footage from the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency (MDHA) captured the moment of the shooting and the subsequent flight of the suspects to a nearby apartment. Law enforcement officials quickly located Summers and Henry at the apartment, where they confiscated four handguns along with significant quantities of marijuana and cocaine.

During their interrogation, both Summers and Henry admitted to their roles in the fatal shooting. The motive behind the act was purportedly linked to a recent dispute where Buchanan allegedly stole $300 from Summers. Following their admissions, the juveniles were charged in juvenile court with criminal homicide and possession of a handgun.

This case has drawn attention due to the young ages of the accused and the nature of the crime. The investigation is ongoing, and the Nashville Police Department continues to gather evidence related to the incident.

For updates on this case, including any future court proceedings, please refer to the Nashville Police Department’s official website at

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