More arrests are anticipated for the June 7 shooting deaths of two men in the parking lot of Longhorn restaurant at 2788 Wilma Rudolph Blvd., according to Clarksville police.
On May 5, detectives and special operations unit agents, along with assistance from Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies, charged Zachary Tablack and Jackie Davis in connection with killing James Ramsey and John Allgood.
According to court records, three suspects were indicted for the killings.
Michael Clarence Craft remains in Montgomery County Jail after he turned himself in to authorities just a few days after the crime was committed, according to Clarksville police officials.
The county clerk’s office released an affidavit with the names of the victims redacted, which were confirmed by the Clarksville public information office.
“This is an ongoing investigation, and further arrests are anticipated,” police said in a release.
A Montgomery County grand jury indicted Tablack, Davis and Craft each on two counts of first-degree premeditated murder and one count of reckless endangerment – use of a deadly weapon.
On June 7, Mayor Joe Pitts and his wife, Cynthia, ate dinner at the Longhorn restaurant on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard when they heard shots fired, which sent everyone in the restaurant to the floor, hiding under tables.
“There was a volley of gunshots and a sudden commotion inside the restaurant,” Pitts said last year. “After hearing what sounded like motorcycles outside, we heard another volley of gunshots.”
As Pitts and his wife took cover, they watched and listened as emergency vehicles arrived at the scene.
A rival motorcycle gang member reportedly gunned down two motorcycle riders from Clarksville that night, according to officials.