NASHVILLE, Tenn.- The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department
has asked for the public's help to locate a fugitive from justice wanted for
Police said that 19-year-old Angelo Jetton is still on the run. He is one of
five people police said were responsible for the murder of Terrance Ross. Ross
was gunned down during a robbery in East Nashville on Thomas Avenue in
September of 2011.
James Elliott remembers the night very well. He heard the gunshots and went
"The guy was laying on the ground in-between the two doors of the duplex
just laid out on the ground. About the time we ran up to him we started
screaming, ‘Get help, get help.' Everybody started running out of the apartment,
and that's at about the time they called 911," said Elliott.
Elliott said Ross was shot in the leg and in the lower back. He died later
at a local hospital. Metro Police Lieutenant Greg Blair said Ross and a friend
were set up to be robbed. They were invited to the duplex for a birthday party.
"Yeah, it started out to be to rob them at this location. Shots were
fired and Ross was the last person as the victims were running away, and he got
hit," said Lieutenant Blair.
A Davidson County Grand Jury indicted five people charging them in
connection with the murder. Four of them have been arrested.
"Everyone played a significant role in it, and Angelo was one of the
alleged gunmen in this case," explained Lieutenant Blair.
Police haven't been able to find Angelo Jetton. Lieutenant Blair says Jetton
has friends and family living in Middle Tennessee, especially Murfreesboro.
Angelo Jetton is also known as "Blue" or "Blue Crazy" on
If you know where he is you can collect up to $1,000 cash by calling Crime
Stoppers at 74-CRIME.