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NEW: Edgehill Public Housing Murder Suspect Arrested After 5 Months on Run

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A 19-year-old wanted for murder just before Christmas last year in the Edgehill public housing community is behind bars.

Deion Woodruff is booked into the Davidson County Jail on $1 million bond Tuesday night. Evidence collected at his home links him to the killing of 28-year-old Isaac Morris at his mother's apartment on 12th Avenue South on Dec. 17, 2013, according to the affidavit.

The victim was allegedly selling Woodruff electronic equipment when the shots were fired, the investigation reveals.  Woodruff is fingered in the shooting by a witness and is believed to have taken two computers after, which police say they recovered at his house on Straightway Avenue in east Nashville.

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