Suspect in Easter Sunday Coffee Shop Shooting on Tennessee’s Most Wanted List

Nashville, Tennessee – A gunman accused of killing one person during Easter Sunday brunch at a coffee shop in Nashville is on the run and now on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted list. Anton Rucker, the suspected shooter, has a lengthy criminal history, including multiple convictions for aggravated assault, evading police, and drug trafficking. According to a report from the TBI, Rucker’s criminal record dates back to 1997, with recent arrests for drug-related charges.

The shooting incident, which left 33-year-old Allen Beachem dead, took place at Roasted Salemtown, where an altercation between two men escalated, resulting in multiple shots being fired. The suspect, Rucker, is still at large, with law enforcement authorities considering him armed and dangerous. Police are offering a reward of up to $2,500 for any information leading to his capture.

In response to the tragic event, the restaurant where the shooting occurred expressed sorrow and solidarity with the victims and their families. They are cooperating with authorities in the investigation and are determined to prevent such incidents in the future. The community is being reassured of safety measures being taken by both local authorities and the restaurant management.

Despite the unfortunate incident, the Roasted Salemtown has had a good track record in terms of security and has not faced significant issues previously. Moving forward, they pledge to continue supporting the community and providing an authentic dining experience for their patrons. The city of Nashville is standing together against gun violence, with local officials and businesses uniting to address the safety concerns in the area.

The search for the suspect continues as detectives work diligently to locate Rucker. The incident has sparked concern and calls for increased vigilance to prevent such tragedies from occurring in the future. As the investigation unfolds, authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward and assist in apprehending the suspect. The community remains on high alert as efforts are made to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents in Nashville.