Nashville (B-N.C) – Authorities on Thursday found a weapons cache with over a dozen guns, thousands of rounds of ammunition, body armor and Outcast MC cut during the arrest of a man suspected in a double homicide in Alabama.
Tyrone Johnson, 37, was wanted in connection to the fatal shooting of two men outside a motorcycle club in Huntsville, Alabama, on March 27.
A U.S. Marshal’s task force found 17 guns, two sets of body armor, and thousands of rounds ammunition when they arrested Johnson at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, according to the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.
The shooting, which injured two others, was one of three shootings outside the club within an 8-hour span. The Huntsville police chief described the incident as a “culmination” of tensions between motorcycle gangs.
Police said Johnson is being held on a $500,000 bond and is to be extradited to Alabama. It’s unclear if he has retained an attorney.
Tyrone Johnson, 37 is second suspected in murders at Huntsville motorcycle club earlier Albert Vinson, 31, was charged with two counts of murder first degree, discharging a firearm into an unoccupied building and assault first degree.
Make sure you have subscribed to our Facebook page to stay tuned!
Source: NBC News