TBI adds Lebanon murder suspects to state’s Top Ten Most Wanted list

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation over the weekend added two Lebanon murder suspects to the state’s Top Ten Most Wanted list.

Derrick Devaughn Carr, 19, (top photo), last known address 3749 Brickmont Drive, Nashville, and Shawn Derrick Betty Jr., 20, (bottom photo), last known address 3018 Indiana Avenue, Nashville, are wanted by the Lebanon Police Department for one count of first degree murder-premeditated, one count of felony first degree murder, one count of attempted first degree murder, one count of especially aggravated robbery and two counts of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon. The morning of August 10, 2013, the Lebanon Police Department responded to a call of shots fired at 46 Dedman Street where they found Andre D. Logue dead from a gunshot wound.  A short time later, a second male victim, Justin L. Johnson arrived at the University Medical Center in Lebanon suffering from gunshot wounds received during the shooting incident. Investigators believe Carr and Betty are responsible for the shooting.

Carr is described as a black male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5’11” and weighs approximately 165 pounds. He has a criminal history that includes assault on an officer, vandalism, evading arrest, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and driving on a revoked license. Carr currently has an order of protection against him as well.

Betty is described as a balck male with brown hair and brown eyes. He  is 6’0” and weighs approximately 250 pounds. His criminal history includes vandalism, driving without a license, illegal possesion of a weapon and failure to appear. Betty also has an order of protection against him.

Both Carr and Betty may be in possession of a .45 cal and/or 9mm handguns. They are both members of the Tree Top Bloods gang and should be considered armed and dangerous and approached with caution.  Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Derrick Devaughn Carr and Shawn Derrick Betty are urged to call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463) or the Lebanon Police Department at 615-444-2323. There is a $1,000 reward for information leading to their capture.

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