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Trio indicted in 2011 fatal Nashville shooting

Johnnie Frank Newsom Johnnie Frank Newsom
Diondra Holland Diondra Holland
Yarmaine Greenlee (Photos from Metro PD) Yarmaine Greenlee (Photos from Metro PD)
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Three people, including the victim's former girlfriend, have been indicted in the 2011 shooting death of a man near a Nashville housing development.

Officers heard gunshots just after 2 a.m. on the morning of June 9, 2011, in the 2400 block of 24th Avenue North and rushed to the scene, where they found John Henry Johnson fatally wounded.

Investigators believe Johnnie Frank Newsom, 23, Diondra Holland, 27, and Johnson's one-time girlfriend, Yarmaine Greenlee, 20, shot Johnson during a robbery.

Greenlee was arrested this week in Knoxville, police said.

Each suspect is charged with first-degree murder and especially aggravated robbery. Newsom's bond is set at $500,000, while bond for Holland and Greenlee is set at $250,000 each.

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