Greenbrier Man Killed In Shooting Involving Three Local Men

Greenbrier Man Killed In Shooting Involving Three Local Men

Greenbrier Man Killed In Shooting Involving Three Local Men

Greenbrier Man Killed In Shooting Involving Three Local Men

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CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A Greenbrier Man has died following a shooting allegedly involving three Robertson County men at a Clarksville Park overnight.

Police say when it was over, 19-year-old Jonathan Coleman Crain of Greenbrier was dead and 18-year-old Jesus Daniel Andrad-Landa of Springfield was injured but survived, sustaining only minor injuries.

The third man, identified as Blake Thomas Ludy, 23, also of Greenbrier with ties to Columbia, has been identified as a suspect in the shooting and is on the run. MORE

The incident took place sometime late Saturday early Sunday at Rotary Park in Clarksville Tennessee around 4 am. MAP Police say the incident was not random and all three men knew each other.

Police say the park will remain closed until the investigation is completed.

Clarksville police say Ludy was last seen leaving Rotary Park, however, Investigators do not feel he is in the immediate area.

An official cause of death for Crain will be determined by a medical examiner. Investigators are still processing the crime scene so a preliminary cause of death is unavailable at this time.

The suspect, Blake Thomas Ludy, 23, with addresses in Greenbrier and Columbia, Tennessee, was last seen wearing blue sweat pants, a gray hoodie, and black leather tennis shoes. He is 6 feet tall, weighs 223 pounds, with blue eyes, brown hair and a beard. He should be considered armed and dangerous.

If you see Mr. Ludy or know his location do not initiate contact. Call 911 or the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 931-648-0611.

UPDATE: According to officials in Clarksville, Blake Thomas Ludy has been taken into custody. He was captured at 10:05 PM by multiple agencies in Greenbrier, Tennessee.

“We would like to thank the Greenbrier Police Department, Robertson County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol for their assistance in apprehending Ludy.” ​PIO Sandra S. Brandon​, Montgomery County Sheriff Office

Blake Thomas Ludy

Blake Thomas Ludy

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