Five youngsters face legal homicide costs after a singer in Nashville, Tennessee, was fatally shot behind his residence, in line with authorities.
Nashville police stated in a news release on Friday that the juveniles — ranging in age from 12 to sixteen — came across local musician Kyle Yorlets in an alley outdoors his residence on Thursday afternoon and stole his pockets.
Subsequent the 5 juveniles informed Yorlets, 24, to give up the keys to his automotive, police stated. Detectives suspect that, when Yorlets wouldn’t surrender the keys, he was shot and killed. Police stated all five suspects have been in a stolen Chevrolet pickup once they saw Yorlets.
After Yorlets was shot he managed to get back to his home, however wasn’t found till roughly an hour later by one in every of his roommates — and he was then taken to Vanderbilt College Medical Middle and pronounced lifeless, the Tennessean studies.
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Yorlets’ band, Carveton, stated in a press release posted to Facebook that the group “lost our brother, greatest good friend, and bandmate.”
“We’re in a state of shock and are having to understand the truth that is now in entrance of us. We are heartbroken,” the band wrote. “Our condolences for his household and family members and all of the lives that he touched. We’ll never forget Kyle, and although he is gone too soon his legacy is right here to remain.”