Teen charged in Kyle Yorlets' death among four who escaped juvenile detention, police say
Decorrius Wright is accused of the shooting death of Nashville musician Kyle Yorlets. He and three other teens escaped custody Saturday night.Decorrius Wright, 16, is accused in the February shooting death of Nashville musician Kyle Yorlets on Torbett Street.
Nashville police arrested three teens who escaped a juvenile detention center but were still looking for the fourth nearly a week after they fled. Police were told the four teens were on a work detail at the Juvenile Justice Center when their supervisor left them to address a fight.
The arrests come three days after Wright, Howse, and two other teens escaped from the Davidson County Juvenile Justice Center in downtown Nashville . Authorities said the four teens were on a work detail when a supervisor left them to address a fight in another part of the facility.
Police arrested another one of the teens who escaped from a Nashville juvenile detention center last Saturday, CBS News affiliate. Morris Marsh, 17, was apprehended by Metro Police in Nashville on Friday, leaving only one of the four escaped teens still on the run.
Marsh, an accused murderer, was arrested by members of the Juvenile Task Force along with his brother and mother. According to police, Marsh was riding in a car driven by his brother, Rashon Keesee, 26. The two were driving to meet their mother, Tewanna Keesee, 43.
One of four Nashville juvenile escapees added to TBI’s most wanted list
TBI announced one of the escapees, 17-year-old Brandon Caruthers was added to the list Monday evening. Two of the other three escapees, 16-year-old Deccorius Wright and 17-year-old Morris Marsh are both accused of murder in separate cases. And 15-year-old Calvin Howse was being held on auto theft and gun possession charges according to Metro Nashville police. Nashville’s police chief Steve Anderson says his department’s “Major Case Task Force” will be investigating the circumstances surrounding how the teens were able to escape Saturday night.
Nashville teens arrested , 2 still at large: Timeline of the juvenile detention center escape . Here's a timeline of the four teens ' escape from the downtown Nashville juvenile detention center, including The escapes led three of the facility's employees being fired, one suspended, and prompted Metro
Relatives, family friend of Nashville teen charged with facilitating escape from juvenile detention. Three people, including one teen 's mother, have been arrested on charges connected with four teens ' escape from a Nashville juvenile detention center.
Both Rashon and Tewanna were charged with accessory after the fact. Rashon was also charged with felony evading arrest.
Marsh, along with Decorrius Wright, 16, Calvin Howse, 15, and Brandon Caruthers, 17, in downtown Nashville on November 30 while on work detail. According to authorities, a supervisor left them to address a fight in another part of the facility. The group allegedly managed to use "staff protocols" to get to the ground floor of the building and escape.
Decorrius Wright and Calvin Howse were in the parking lot of a Tennessee apartment complex, police said. Caruthers, who was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Top 10 Most Wanted list earlier in the week, is still on the loose.
Caruthers was initially arrested for a charge of armed robbery.
Nashville police catch fourth fugitive teen, find him with rifle and boxes of ammo .
Police arrested the 17-year-old boy, the last escapee who was still at large, at an apartment where officers found a large gun and ammunition.Brandon Caruthers, who is accused of armed robbery, is the last of the four fugitives to be captured after they fled from the detention center in Nashville, Tennessee, on Nov. 30, according to Metropolitan Nashville Police department.