Clarksville shooting suspect turns himself in

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Police say that a suspect in an overnight shooting in Clarksville turned himself in on Sunday afternoon.

Police were searching for the suspect after a shooting in Clarksville sent three people to the hospital.

They say 49-year-old Eric Lee Hoosier turned himself into the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Sunday. He has warrants on file in connection with the shooting at a club in the 1300 block of Fort Campbell Blvd.

It happened on Sunday morning at 1 a.m.

Police say there was a verbal alternation between Hoosier and some other men, inside of the club, which escalated into three men being shot, ages 60, 44, and 46. We do not have an update on their condition.

The shooter was then identified as Hoosier. All three men were taken to Nashville area hospitals with varying degrees of injuries.

On Monday afternoon, police gave an update on the victims condition. They say a 46 and 60-year-old remain hospitalized and are in stable condition. The third man is a 44-year-old who was treated and released.

Hoosier has three aggravated assault and felon in possession of a firearm warrants on file.

Hoosier’s bond is $500,000 and he remains in jail.

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