Brandon Miller, 33, was arrested Tuesday night in Seymour, Tennessee, after a chase and a three-hour standoff with officers from multiple police agencies. He was charged with voluntary manslaughter related to the shooting of Charles Shelton, 31, and four counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter.
Two people police said Miller shot at from his residence at 415 Cash Hollow Road, Jason Hargrove and Hailey Donald, are in custody and charged with especially aggravated robbery. Donald was captured after the incident, police said, when she sought treatment for a gunshot wound at the Johnson City Medical Center.
Two others, Allyson Abram and Dylan Childress, are wanted on charges of especially aggravated robbery, but have not yet been located by Washington County officers.
Summer Bentley, who police said fled with Miller after the shooting, was arrested Tuesday at the residence in Seymour in which Miller was originally found. She was charged with accessory after the fact.
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The Washington County Sheriff’s Office will give more information about an investigation into a fatal shooting earlier this month on Cash Hollow Road.
The department has scheduled a press conference at 3:30 p.m., during which investigators are expected to announce arrests related to the Jan. 16 incident.
Brandon L. Miller, 33, and Summer Bentley were arrested near Knoxville Tuesday evening, according to local media reports and Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Leighta Laitinen. Miller was a resident at the site of the shooting, 415 Cash Hollow Road, officials said.
The man left dead in the yard of the residence on Jan. 16 was identified as Lewisburg resident Charles Shelton, 31, by the William Jenkins Forensic Center as part of an autopsy. Washington County Sheriff Ed Graybeal had not released any other details about Shelton or the people investigators believe he was with at the time.
After the shooting, authorities released the description of a vehicle they said fled the scene. It was found the following day in Johnson City.