Brentwood home where fatal Nov. stabbing, shooting occurred up for auction

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BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Brentwood home where a fatal stabbing, shooting occurred is now being auctioned off.

Decaro Auctions International confirmed to News 2 that the home in a gated community on Governors Way, where Jerry Matthews stabbed his wife and her father before he was shot and killed, is being auctioned off toward the end of the month. 

The home will go on auction on May 25 at 11 a.m. An open house will be held May 4. 

In Nov. 2018, Jerry Matthews stabbed both his wife, 39-year-old Emma Teeters, and her father, Terry Teeters, 78, inside the mansion. 

Terry Teeters intervened to save Emma and shot and killed 55-year-old Matthews, according to police. 

Emma Teeters was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where she died from her injuries. 

Matthews died at the scene, according to police.  

Terry Teeters was injured during the altercation and taken to Vanderbilt. He was eventually treated and released. 

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