NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A 19-year-old man teen was charged with criminal homicide early Thursday morning after a deadly shooting in a parked car in the Nashville area.

According to officials, around 6:30 p.m., 20-year-old Arondai Thompson arrived at TriStar Skyline Medical Center with a single gunshot wound to his upper right thigh, according to Metro police. Investigators then learned from two witnesses the shooting happened in a car on Robwood Drive.

Jamandas Mayberry
Jamandas Mayberry (Courtesy: Metro Nashville Police Department)

Metro police reported the witnesses told investigators firearms were being passed around inside the vehicle. The witnesses then left Jamandas Mayberry and Thompson in the back seat while they went to play basketball. Officials said the witnesses then heard a single gunshot from the vehicle and ran back to the vehicle.

The witnesses saw Mayberry shaking Thompson before he fled the scene in his personal vehicle, according to Metro police. Thompson was then taken by the witnesses to the hospital, where police said he died from his injuries.

Officials said Mayberry’s family members told police that he was at the scene and wanted to speak to authorities about the shooting. Mayberry was arrested at his home and then taken to police headquarters to be interviewed, but they said he invoked his Miranda rights.

Several vehicles and firearms were reportedly seized, and Mayberry was charged with criminal homicide.

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