Police said a man believed to be a person of interest in two murders in Clarksville this week has been found.
Timothy Ogburn was located in Oak Grove, Kentucky, police said. He was booked into the Christian County jail on unrelated charges.
Ogburn will be transported to Montgomery County in the near future for aggravated assault and felon in possession of a firearm. Those charges are unrelated to the homicides, as well.
A woman, identified as 36-year-old Tanesha Hardy, was killed early Wednesday morning while 21-year-old Julian Torres was shot and killed Saturday night near Providence Boulevard.
Officers were flagged down around 12:40 a.m. in the 200 block of Mitchell Street by a man who said a passenger in a vehicle had been shot.
Clarksville police said officers found a woman inside a Chrysler 300 with a gunshot wound. She was taken away by ambulance from the scene and died from her injuries, according to Clarksville police.
Ogburn was identified as a person of interest in this shooting and the Saturday night shooting of Torres.
Torres was shot on the street behind the store just before midnight near Bob’s Discount Tobacco on Providence Boulevard.
He was taken to Tennova Hospital where he died from his injuries.