Man Pleads Guilty To 2011 East Nashville Murder

Man Pleads Guilty To 2011 East Nashville Murder

CREATED Apr 7, 2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A man charged in connection with a 2011 murder in East Nashville has pleaded guilty.

The Office of the District Attorney General said 29-year-old Antwan Cartwright pleaded guilty last week to second degree murder in the shooting death of 33-year-old Terrance Ross. As part of his plea, Cartwright will serve 25 years in prison.

Ross was robbed and shot to death outside a duplex on Thomas Avenue on September 29, 2011. 

Four other people were also arrested in connection with the shooting. Angelo Jetton recently pleaded guilty and is currently serving a 33 year prison sentence.

The three other defendants, Quintez Miller, Sara Kuzminski and Richard Hudson were charged with murder and especially aggravated robbery. Their trials are expected to begin later on this summer.

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