Nashville Robbery And Carjacking Suspect Shot By Victim

posted on August 26, 2015

Two people had just driven home from a football game and were talking outside a home in north Nashville, Tenn., when a white Jeep Cherokee pulled up near them. 22-year-old Clarence Goins allegedly pointed a firearm at them and demanded that they hand over their valuables, including car keys. A second suspect drove away in the Jeep, and Goins began making his way toward a Chrysler 300 belonging to the victims. 

At this point one of the victims drew a firearm, upon which Goins reportedly opened fire. After an exchange of gunfire, Goins died at the scene; police recovered his gun and are looking for the second suspect. 

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