Man accused of shooting girlfriend, 3 teens behind bars
June 17, 2013 05:17 PM
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -
Police have confirmed that Earnest Woodley, also known as Earnest Moore, has turned himself into the authorities in Memphis on Sunday.
Woodley surrendered under the name ‘Costosteno' Earnest Moore. He was booked into the Shelby County Jail at 4:49 a.m.
The Shelby County jail is holding Woodley until he is transferred to Davidson County.
Woodley is wanted for allegedly shooting his girlfriend and her three daughters Friday afternoon.
The shooting happened at an apartment complex at 135 Brink Haven Avenue in Nashville.
Woodley immediately fled the scene on foot. Police have been searching for Woodley since Friday afternoon.
Woodley's Nashville arrest history, under the last name Moore, consists of driving on a suspended license, resisting arrest, handgun possession, criminal trespass and misuse of vehicle registration charges.
Woodley has multiple felony convictions in Shelby County for offenses including second degree murder, aggravated assault and cocaine possession. His parole expired in 2010.
One of the daughters was released from Vanderbilt University Medical Center on Saturday.
The other three victims remain in stable condition.