Shaunia “Leeanne” Anderson Wanted by Nashville Police in Connection with Alleged Assault
Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Press Releases
Homicide Unit detectives are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Shaunia “Leeanne” Anderson, 48, who is wanted in connection with the beating of Jennifer Pogue, 36, who died last Friday. Pogue was dropped off at the hospital on January 24th.
Investigation shows that Pogue was assaulted inside a residence on Terragon Trail on January 23rd. Anderson is believed to be in the company of Stephen Jeffery Lohr, 48, who is also wanted on an outstanding aggravated assault charge unrelated to Pogue.
Homicide Unit Detectives Searching for Woman Following Death of Jennifer Pogue
January 31, 2022
Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Newsroom
Homicide Unit detectives are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Shaunia “Leeanne” Anderson, 48, who is wanted in connection with the beating of Jennifer Pogue, 36, who died last Friday at Southern Hills Medical Center. Pogue was dropped off at the hospital on January 24.
An investigation by Detective Abbey Sawl-Sibley shows that Pogue was assaulted inside a residence on Terragon Trail in the early morning hours of January 23. Anderson has been identified as the alleged suspect.
Arrest warrants charging Anderson with alleged felony aggravated assault and especially aggravated burglary have been issued.
Anderson is believed to be in the company of Stephen Jeffery Lohr, 48, who is also wanted on an outstanding alleged aggravated assault charge unrelated to Pogue.
The Medical Examiner’s report on the cause of Pogue’s death is pending.
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