LEBANON, Tenn. (WKRN) – The man wanted in the shooting of two people at Lebanon Premium Outlets that took place just over two weeks ago has been arrested and released on bond.
News 2 learned Keenan Harris, 22, surrendered at the Wilson County jail just two days after the shooting on June 11.
He was wanted on two counts of aggravated assault for his alleged involvement in the shooting.
Harris is accused of firing multiple rounds in the parking lot of the outlet mall during an altercation, injuring two men.
He was released from jail the same day he surrendered on $20,000 bond.