Greenbrier Man Killed In Taking pictures Involving Three Native Males
CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information) – A Greenbrier Man has died following a taking pictures allegedly involving three Robertson County males at a Clarksville Park in a single day.
Police say when it was over, 19-year-old Jonathan Coleman Crain of Greenbrier was useless and 18-year-old Jesus Daniel Andrad-Landa of Springfield was injured however survived, sustaining solely minor accidents.
The third man, recognized as Blake Thomas Ludy, 23, additionally of Greenbrier with ties to Columbia, has been recognized as a suspect within the taking pictures and is on the run. MORE
The incident came about someday late Saturday early Sunday at Rotary Park in Clarksville Tennessee round 4 am. MAP Police say the incident was not random and all three males knew one another.
Police say the park will stay closed till the investigation is accomplished.
Clarksville police say Ludy was final seen leaving Rotary Park, nevertheless, Investigators don’t really feel he’s within the speedy space.
An official reason behind demise for Crain will be decided by a health worker. Investigators are nonetheless processing the crime scene so a preliminary reason behind demise is unavailable right now.
The suspect, Blake Thomas Ludy, 23, with addresses in Greenbrier and Columbia, Tennessee, was final seen sporting blue sweat pants, a grey hoodie, and black leather-based tennis footwear. He’s 6 ft tall, weighs 223 kilos, with blue eyes, brown hair and a beard. He must be thought of armed and harmful.
In the event you see Mr. Ludy or know his location don’t provoke contact. Name 911 or the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Workplace at 931-648-0611.
UPDATE: Based on officers in Clarksville, Blake Thomas Ludy has been taken into custody. He was captured at 10:05 PM by a number of companies in Greenbrier, Tennessee.
“We want to thank the Greenbrier Police Division, Robertson County Sheriff’s Workplace and the Tennessee Freeway Patrol for his or her help in apprehending Ludy.” PIO Sandra S. Brandon, Montgomery County Sheriff Workplace