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2 arrested after man killed in January

Dwight Eddie Bond was found shot to death at an apartment on Booker Street. Dwight Eddie Bond was found shot to death at an apartment on Booker Street.
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Six months after a Nashville man was killed, police arrested two people Monday in connection with the case.

After about six months on the run, Christopher Shipp, 20, was arrested by police in the Jan. 26 death of 31-year-old Dwight Eddie Bond.

Police arrested Shipp and his girlfriend, Angelina Trevino, 19, near her apartment on Nocturne Drive on Monday where detectives believe he's been hiding out.

Police said when Bond was killed, Shipp also injured Bond's girlfriend, Wendy Goodrich, who was inside the couple's Booker Street apartment.

When Bond was killed, police said Shipp and another man entered the apartment demanding money. Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were recovered from the apartment.

Prior to the homicide and Monday's arrest, Shipp had been free on $55,500 bond for felony cocaine, marijuana and weapon possession charges placed against him in December after detectives conducted a narcotics related search warrant at 623 21st Avenue North.

Shipp is charged with criminal homicide and attempted criminal homicide. Trevino is charged with being an accessory after the fact for harboring Shipp.

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