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Crime Nashville nurse shooting: Police arrest second suspect

04:00  14 january  2021
04:00  14 january  2021 Source:   cnn.com

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A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of nurse Caitlyn Kaufman, Nashville police said.

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A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of nurse Caitlyn Kaufman, Nashville police said.

a man looking at the camera © Metro Nashville Police Dept.

James Cowan was arrested at an apartment complex in Antioch, Tennessee, on Tuesday evening, police announced on Twitter.

Kaufman, 26, was shot and killed on December 3, 2020, while driving to work on Interstate 440.

Undercover Metropolitan Nashville Police Department detectives, along with agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, trailed Cowan as he went to the apartment complex from a local motel, the tweet said.

Second Suspect Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Tenn. Nurse, 26, Who Was Killed While Driving to Work

  Second Suspect Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Tenn. Nurse, 26, Who Was Killed While Driving to Work Caitlyn Marie Kaufman was on her way to her 7 p.m. shift at St. Thomas West Hospital in Nashville when she was fatally shotJames Edward Cowan, 28, was taken into police custody on Tuesday night after a warrant for his arrest was issued earlier this month, according to Metro Nashville Police Department.

Metropolitan Nashville Police arrested a 21-year-old suspect in connection with the murder of Caitlyn Kaufman, a hospital nurse who was found shot On December 3, Kaufman was fatally shot in her car. Police found her gray Mazda CX-5 SUV stopped on the highway shoulder between the Hillsboro

Devaunte Hill was arrested at his East Nashville apartment and is being charged with criminal homicide, Nashville Police Chief John Drake A 21-year-old man was arrested Friday morning in the slaying of Nashville nurse Caitlyn Kaufman, who was shot dead while driving to work, police said.

Cowan, 28, is alleged to have been with co-defendant Devaunte Hill, 21, when shots were fired from their vehicle into Kaufman's car. Hill was arrested December 11 on a charge of criminal homicide and remains in custody, authorities said.

An arrest warrant for Cowan on a charge of criminal homicide was issued earlier this month.

a person holding a dog: Caitlyn Marie Kaufman is pictured in 2019. © From Caitlyn Kaufman/Facebook Caitlyn Marie Kaufman is pictured in 2019.

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