Authorities Say Driver In 76 Rollover Crash Was Murdered

Authorities Say Driver In 76 Rollover Crash Murdered

Authorities Say Driver In 76 Rollover Crash Was Murdered

STORY UPDATED SUSPECTS APPREHENDED

UPDATE: Bonds set at  $1,000,000.00 each for suspects.

SPRINGFIELD/WHITE HOUSE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Highway 76 between Springfield and White House has reopened following a rollover crash that has turned into a murder investigation, according to the Robertson County Sheriff’s office.

According to Robertson County EMS, one person was found deceased in the vehicle but after an examination of the scene, authorities switched from a crash investigation to a homicide investigation.

“On Saturday afternoon Robertson County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an accident on Hwy 76. The Sheriff’s Office can confirm a homicide. The victim is 22-year-old Brodie Wilkinson III a resident of Robertson County.”

The crash occurred on Hwy 76 on the White House side of Gum Station Road just after 2 pm Saturday. LOCATION OF CRASH Traffic was diverted to Gum Station Road for several hours while investigators collected evidence at the scene. According to the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office, 22-year-old Wilkinson had been shot. The agency also confirmed that Deputies were responding to a trespassing call at that same location.

Around 1:00 am Sunday morning, investigators from the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office apprehended three individuals; Daniel Blake Scott, 28, of Springfield, Darick A. Hinerman, 26, of Springfield, and Jennifer Henning, 23, of Joelton, in relation to the shooting death of Brodie Wilkinson the 3rd.

UPDATE: Monday (Oct 8)

BREAKING: According to booking records,  Hinerman, Scott and Henning, have each been assigned $1,000,000.00 bonds.

All three suspects have been charged with criminal homicide and, as of 8 pm Monday evening, all three are still being held at the Robertson County Detention Facility in Springfield TN.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the Wilkinson family,” stated Sheriff Michael Van Dyke. “I am proud of our Sheriff’s Office team for apprehending these suspects quickly and removing them from the streets.”

On Saturday authorities announced that they were looking for a dark colored 4 door jeep and a white 4 door charger as they focused their search for evidence a wooded area between the crash site on Hwy 76 near Gum Station Road and Possum Trot Rd as well as under a bridge that passes over Sulpher Fork Creek. LOCATION OF SEARCH

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that Wilkinson was involved in a rollover crash and that he was shot but the exact cause of death is still under investigation.

Please contact the Robertson County Central Dispatch at (615) 384- 4911 or the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office tip line at 615-382-6600 if you have any information regarding this incident.

The staff at Smokey Barn News sends our deepest sympathy to the friends and family of Brodie Wilkinson as they face the days ahead.

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REPORTED EARLIER:

Deadly 76 Crash Takes One Life Saturday

Deadly 76 Crash Takes One Life Saturday

TRAFFIC ADVISORY Highway 76 CLOSED

WHITE HOUSE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Highway 76 between Springfield and White House is currently closed due to a rollover crash.

According to Robertson County EMS, one person has died in the crash.

The crash occurred on Hwy 76 on the White House side of Gum Station Road just after 2 pm. LOCATION OF CRASH Traffic is being diverted to Gum Station Road.

Officials tell Smokey Barn News that the road is estimated to be cleared by 4:30 pm.

UPDATE: A revised estimate has Hwy 76 set to reopen by 5:30pm.

We have reached out to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, as soon as they have concluded their investigation we will provide more information.

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