Man Accused Of Firing Shots Into Car After Argument
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A man was charged with attempted criminal homicide for allegedly firing nearly a dozen shots into a car.
It started during an argument Sunday outside the Super Discount Tobacco and Beer Store on East Campbell and Dickerson Road in Goodlettsville.
Police said 29-year-old Robert Harris, Jr. threatened two men, and then followed them before firing seven rounds into their car.
Neither man was hurt.
Harris was taken into custody, and charged with two counts of attempted criminal homicide. His bond on those two counts was set at $200,000.