Attempted Murder In Greenbrier

 Smokey Barn News, May 30, 2013

Police in Greenbrier, TN are investigating an attempted murder. Investigators are being tight lipped on the case at the moment to protect the investigation but what we do know is that on Tuesday May 28th at approximately 9:00am, both Police and Fire along with Robertson County EMS responded to 1309 Nunley Street in reference to a subject who was reported to have been seriously injured. The victim was identified as 62 year old male, Ronald Hester, who had multiple blunt force injuries to his body according to a Greenbrier media release.

Follow Comments On Smokey's Facebook PageHester was taken to NorthCrest Medical Center and then flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center via LifeFlight helicopter with critical injuries. He is currently on life support according to Greenbrier Mayor Billy Wilson.

The incident is currently being investigated by the Greenbrier Police Department Criminal Investigation Division as an Attempted Homicide.

No further details are available for release at this time.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call Greenbrier Police at 615-384-4911. Call Crime Stoppers at 615-382-3799.

 Crimes Stoppers offers cash rewards up to $1000 for tips leading to an arrest.

 

 

 

 

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  1. sherry garland

    He is out of the hospital, and two of the three ppl responsible are in custody.

  2. Alice Suggs

    Dear SmokeyBarn:
    Had it not been for you reporting and breaking this story it may have gone unpublished for days.
    Mainstream media waited at least 3 days to report.
    You were the first news media to break this story.
    Please follow up on this story as so many in main stream media never follow up on stories after they loose the attention of public at large.
    Such a terrible thing to happen in our community I love this town and I can not believe something this hanious has happened here…
    Alice

  3. Beverly

    Any word on how he is doing or if the police found the person responsible