Man accused of triple shooting surrenders to Metro police; 2nd suspect sought

From Left: Michael Woods, Steven Robinson (Courtesy: Metro Nashville Police Department)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Arrest warrants have been filed against two men accused of a triple shooting in North Nashville that left two people dead.

Metro police say the shooting on Saint Louis Street last Sunday was targeted.

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Michael L. Woods, Jr., 24, also known as “Fox,” and Steven L. Robinson, 24, also known as “Cat Daddy,” are each charged with two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder, and one count of unlawful gun possession.

Steven Robinson was taken into custody on Friday, according to Metro police. He remains behind bars on a $1 million bond. Authorities are still seeking Woods at this time.

Both men are accused of fatally wounding Charity Adams, 41, and Chad Steven Miller, 33, outside Miller’s Saint Louis Street home just before 3 p.m.

Adams died at the scene and Miller died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center Monday afternoon.

Adams’ boyfriend, Kenneth Pullens, 26, suffered a gunshot wound to the back and remains hospitalized.

Woods and Robinson also remain under investigation in regard to an October 24 fatal shooting outside the same Saint Louis Street home that resulted in the death of Chad Miller’s co-worker, Robert Richardson, 24.

Woods is also wanted on warrants issued Nov. 16 charging him with three counts of felony aggravated assault in regard to a shooting case from August 29 in the 1900 block of 14th Avenue North.

Woods has prior convictions for felony cocaine possession and unlawful gun possession.

Robinson is under indictment and free on bond on three counts of felony aggravated assault and one count of felony reckless endangerment for allegedly firing shots at security guards at a Murfreesboro Pike night club on April 9.

He was arrested after wrecking an SUV and leading officers on a foot chase. Metro police say a pistol was recovered from underneath the wrecked vehicle.

The gun was reported stolen in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

 

Anyone seeing them or knowing their whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463. Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and qualify for a cash reward. Persons can also send an electronic tip by texting the word “CASH” along with the message to 274637, or online at www.nashvillecrimestoppers.com.

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