Old Lascassas Pike Murder-Shooting Update

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(L-R) Lesean Janell Savage, Chasitie Smith and Kyle Fugett

UPDATE: On Wednesday evening, (June 27, 2018, at 5:47 PM), Murfreesboro Police Officers responded to a call of a gunshot victim at 1311 Old Lascassas Road.

Upon arrival officers found an adult male victim inside the residence. He was treated on scene by Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department personnel and transported to St. Thomas Rutherford by Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services where he was pronounced deceased a short time later. He was identified as 27 year old Dylan Biddle Jr (DOB 5/22/1991) of Murfreesboro.

5 Minutes after the first call came into dispatch at 5:52 PM, Murfreesboro Police Officers responded to an incident at 1807 Greenland Drive for another gunshot victim who had arrived at that location seeking a ride to the hospital.

When paramedics arrived the man was treated on scene by Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department personnel and transported to St. Thomas Rutherford by Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services. He was later transferred to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for further treatment.

The subject was identified as 20 year old Albert Mustapha (DOB 4/15/1998) of Murfreesboro. Mustapha is pictured to the right.

The investigation revealed he was involved in the deadly shooting of Mr. Biddle on Old Lascassas Road. He was released from Vanderbilt Hospital Monday into the custody of Murfreesboro Police to be booked into the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department for his involvement in the attempted robbery and shooting of Mr. Biddle which resulted in his death.

Mustapha is charged with 1st Degree Murder and is currently being held without bond at the Rutherford County Sherriff's Department.

Additional arrests are possible as this investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information is asked to call Murfreesboro Police Dispatch at 615-893-1311 or Rutherford County CrimeStoppers at 615-893-7867 (STOP).

Previous Report:

(Murfreesboro) On Wednesday, June 27, 2018, at 5:47 PM, Murfreesboro Police Officers responded to a call of a gunshot victim at 1311 Old Lascassas Road. Upon arrival officers found an adult male victim inside the residence. He was treated on scene by Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department personnel and transported to St. Thomas Rutherford by Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services where he was pronounced deceased a short time later.

The deceased male has been identified as 27-year old Dylan Biddle, Jr of Murfreesboro.

At 5:52 Wednesday afternoon, Murfreesboro Police Officers responded to a call at Reeves-Rogers Elementary School on Greenland Drive for a gunshot victim who had arrived at that location seeking a ride to the hospital.

Before Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue Arrived, the blood soaked injured man reportedly got into the car of a parent who was picking up her child and begged to be taken to the hospital. He even offered to pay the lady $40.

Then paramedics with Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department arrived and gave 20-year old Albert Mustapha of Murfreesboro first aid for his gun shot wounds. He was then rushed to the ER a St. Thomas Rutherford by Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services.

Mustapha was later transferred to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for further treatment. He is currently in critical condition.

As a result of the ongoing investigation, Lesean Janell Savage and Kyle Fugett, both age 20; along with 23-year old Chasitie Smith were interviewed as possible suspects and subsequently charged with 1st degree murder for their involvement in the death of Mr. Biddle. They are currently being held without bond at the Rutherford County Sherriff's Department.

Additional arrests are expected as this investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Murfreesboro Police Dispatch at 615-893-1311 or Rutherford County CrimeStoppers at 615-893-7867 (STOP).

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