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A Lebanon boy continues to recuperate at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital after an accidental shooting last week.
A 10-year-old boy found a gun Friday and it discharged in his stomach. His older brother called 911.
Authorities said Danvechio Patton has been arrested in Wilson County.
Danvechio Patton, 33, has been missing since Saturday. He ran away from a traffic stop in the town of Westmoreland.
The accident occurred on Beasley’s Bend Road when the Tennessee Highway Patrol reports the child ran into the road and was hit.
Danvechio Patton, of Lebanon, reportedly has nine outstanding felony warrants.
A vehicle and a motorcycle collided on Highway 231 South near the Wilson- Rutherford County line.
Police said the Tennessee Highway Patrol investigated and found the trucks went off course according to permits.
It happened in the eastbound lanes of I-40 near the Old Hickory Boulevard exit around 9 p.m.
Authorities say the suspect, Tyvarious Turner, had active warrants for a prior shooting incident.
Mt. Juliet police believe the same people stole 19 guns in two burglaries from the same store in three days.
A school bus was involved in a two-car accident on I-40 in Mt. Juliet Wednesday afternoon.
It happened around 7:30 p.m. on North Mt. Juliet Road, just north of Interstate 40.
Marlon and Venita Middlebrook said “I do” at the White Castle on Pleasant Grove Road in Mt. Juliet.
This accident happened in the 1200 block of Trammel Lane in Lebanon.
Officers are trying to identify a person who was involved in a possible attempted burglary incident at a Lebanon gun store.
The child, whose foot was injured, was taken by Vanderbilt LifeFlight to their hospital in Nashville.
Truck drivers from out of town are being led through a tight roundabout in the heart of Lebanon by their GPS.
Ian Prince is charged with DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, prohibited weapon and possession.