Suspects in fatal Brentwood drive-by shooting extradited to Tennessee, bonds set for millions


Suspects in fatal Brentwood drive-by shooting extradited to Tennessee, bonds set for millions

By RACHAEL LONG

Two people suspected of shooting and killing 25-year old Clark Cable at a house on Dozier Court on Dec. 3 were extradited from Arizona on Thursday, according to the Brentwood Police Department.

The suspects, Lyndsey Bronston, 18, and Dustin Russell, 24, are currently being held in Williamson County Jail on bonds of $2 million and $3 million, respectively.

On Monday, December 3, Brentwood Police officers responded at about 11 p.m. to a 911 call about a shooting at a house on Dozier Court in the Brenthaven subdivision.

The Police Department believes the suspects drove up, shot multiple times into the house and then fled.

Cable died from a gunshot wound to the chest at the house. Police believe he was specifically targeted. There were other family members in the house when the shooting happened, but they weren’t harmed.

Bronston and Russell were arrested by Phoenix police Dec. 13 and held in Arizona for more than a month.

Brentwood Assistant Chief Tommy Walsh said the extradition process typically takes a few weeks to work through. Transportation back to Tennessee also takes time.

The case has not been presented to a Grand Jury at this time.

Suspects will soon have to appear in General Sessions court where Walsh said two things may happen: either a preliminary hearing will be held or the hearing will be waived and the case sent to the Grand Jury.

The suspects may also face a bond hearing, Walsh said.

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