Wade Keitt, 37, Arrested On Multiple Felony Counts In Bradley County, After Shooting

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Wade Donshonnell Keitt, 37, was arrested on Thursday in Bradley County, after a shooting.

The 911 Center received calls in reference to a shooting at 3:05 p.m., at 3550 Adkisson Dr. NW. Cleveland Police and Bradley County Sheriff’s office responded.

Carmen Neloms stated that Keitt fired a handgun point blank range at her head in front of his apartment #16. Officers located one spent 9mm shell casing in the parking lot and a SCCY 9mm gun.

CPD officers were able to establish communication with Keitt by verbal commands. Keitt did come to the door and was taken into custody. He was later transported to Tennova for a medical evaluation.

Upon further investigation, it was discovered Keitt had numerous felony convictions. Further investigation revealed that the SCCY 9mm gun that was recovered from the scene, and identified by the victim as the gun used by Wade, was reported stolen from Cleveland on Dec. 21.

After Keitt was released from Tennova Medical Center, he was transported to the Bradley County Justice Center.

He was charged with aggravated Assault C felony, unlawful carrying of Weapon E Felony, firearm-possession during dangerous C Felony, reckless endangerment E Felony and theft of property -possession of stolen property.


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