NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – An inmate who is jailed on an unrelated crime is now charged with the 2012 murder of a 25-year-old man.
Metro police charged Teddy Warrick with first-degree murder and aggravated robbery on Friday in the more than four-year-old case.
Fredrick Grant was shot and killed while seated in a car near the intersection of Utopia Avenue and Edison Street in July 2012.
The investigation led to Warrick as a suspect in the case.
Police said Warrick, 33, has been jailed since July 2015 for burglarizing a south Nashville convenience store and trying to steal its ATM.
He was also convicted of attempted second-degree murder in March 2015 for repeatedly stabbing a man. He received a mostly probated eight-year sentence in that case.