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Woodrow Sales Jr. Wanted by Hendersonville Police Department

Woodrow Sales Jr. Wanted by Hendersonville Police Department.

Woodrow Sales Jr. Wanted by Hendersonville Police Department

Police identify fourth suspect after Hendersonville shooting, Nashville chase

Authorities are searching for a suspect following a deadly shooting and pursuit Wednesday afternoon that started in Hendersonville and ended in Nashville.

Hendersonville, TN Police Department Press Release

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The fourth alleged suspect has been identified as Woodrow Sales Jr. (31) of Nashville, TN, and is wanted for 1st Degree Murder and Evading Arrest.

This is still an active investigation.

We are asking anyone with information on Woodrow Sales Jr.’s location or this case.

On February 8, 2023, at approximately 1:22 pm the Hendersonville Police Department received a call of shots fired in the 100 block of Cole Ct.

Hendersonville Police Officers arrived on the scene and observed one individual with gunshot wounds in the front yard of a residence.

The victim, Mark McCord Jr. (21), was transported to the Hendersonville Medical Center and later succumbed to his injuries.

Three suspects fled the scene on foot and got into a vehicle with a getaway driver waiting for several blocks from the crime scene. Hendersonville Police Department and 18th Judicial Drug Task Force Officers pursued the suspect vehicle.

The pursuit traveled into Metro Nashville before the vehicle stopped, and two suspects inside the vehicle fled on foot. Three suspects have been captured, and one is still outstanding.

Three suspects have been arrested and are facing the following charges:
• Quentin Taylor (21) – 1st Degree Murder and Evading Arrest
• Dominic Smith (20) – 1st Degree Murder and Evading Arrest
• Indyja Mitchell (26) – Evading by Motor Vehicle, No Driver’s License,
Speeding, Traffic Control Device, and Stop Sign.

This is still an active investigation.



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Por favor envíe un correo electrónico a [email protected] si tiene alguna información que pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen.



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