Nashville shooting leaves at least 3 dead, 4 wounded

All of the victims appeared to be in their teens or early 20s, a report said

A shooting in a Nashville, Tennessee, apartment on Friday night left at least three people dead and four wounded, according to police.

The wounded people were all taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Police say six members of the same family were shot, including two who were killed.

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Police have identified two of the fatalities as brothers Zacquez Sherell, 18, and Tavarius Sherrell, 15. The pair's 40-year-old mother and two sisters, ages 16 and 20, as well as their 13-year-old brother were all wounded but were expected to survive.

One of the deceased, 29-year-old Christian Akail Johnson, was identified as the suspect. Police believe he and another suspect went to the home carrying weapons.

Three guns were recovered from the scene. It appears the suspects knocked on the door before entering.

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The apartment was located in the city’s McKissack Park area, west of downtown.

"The 29-year-old deceased suspect is identified as Christian Akail Johnson of Nashville, a convicted robber," the Nashville Police Department said in a statement. "According to the victims, Johnson and another individual entered the residence armed. Robbery is among the motives being considered for the gunfire. Three guns were recovered from inside the residence. It appears the suspects gained entry after knocking on the front door. The series of events following their entry remains under investigation."

Fox News' Andrew Mark Miller contributed to this report.