Video footage released from early stages of investigation following double shooting that left one dead at Murfreesboro gas station

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MURFREESBORO, TN – Murfreesboro Police have released video footage (SEE ABOVE) from the early stages of their investigation into a double shooting that left one man dead and another injured last Wednesday. Public Information Officer Larry Flowers told WGNS that the incident occurred at a gas station on Joe B. Jackson Parkway at Elam Road and stemmed from a dispute over car ownership.

The victim, 23-year-old Devon Loritts of Georgia, was shot multiple times and later died at the hospital. His brother, who was also shot, sustained injuries to his arm and was airlifted to a nearby hospital where he remains in stable condition.

Police have charged 26-year-old Juan Charco of Antioch with second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. Charco’s brother, who was allegedly involved in the incident, was questioned by investigators and subsequently released. Authorities note that additional charges may be filed as the investigation continues.

Preliminary findings indicate that the incident began in connection with the disputed ownership of a four-door Chrysler 300 sedan. Loritts had previously purchased the car from Charco and it was tracked from Georgia to the 7 Eleven/Exxon on Joe B. Jackson Parkway at Elam Road in Murfreesboro. The shooting occurred at 2:39 p.m. Afterwards, the Charco brothers reportedly attacked Loritts’ brother, who managed to escape and seek help in the store.

Upon arrival, Murfreesboro Police officers provided emergency medical aid to both victims, including applying a tourniquet to Loritts’ brother’s arm to stop the bleeding. Advanced emergency care was then provided by the Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department and Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services.

The Murfreesboro Criminal Investigation Department’s Violent Crimes Unit continues to investigate the case. Juan Charco is currently being held at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center on a $1.5 million bond. His court date is scheduled for July 17 in Rutherford County General Sessions Court.

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