Suspects in Nashville bar deaths indicted in other shooting

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Two men charged with first-degree murder at a Nashville bar in August have been indicted in another fatal shooting.

Nashville Police say 21-year-old Demontrey Logsdon and 28-year-old Horace Williamson III were indicted Friday on first-degree murder and aggravated robbery charges in the August death of 31-year-old Kendall Rice of Nashville.

Police say Rice was heading to work one morning when a sedan approached, two men shot him and fled. Police say Rice's belongings were missing.

Police say the two also were indicted in the robbery-shooting minutes later that injured 40-year-old Angel Gonzales-Bernis.

Logsdon and Williamson previously pleaded not guilty in the August shooting deaths of 30-year-old Jaime Sarrantonio and 33-year-old Bartley Teal outside The Cobra Bar in Nashville. They're currently in jail.

Their attorneys didn't immediately return messages requesting comment.