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Two in custody following stabbing incident

Brandon Jerome Amos

Clarksville Police have taken into custody two individuals charged in a stabbing that occurred November 13 around 6:26 p.m.

According to a CPD statement, the individuals in custody are Brandon Jerome Amos, a black male, 19, (DOB: 12/21/88), of  602 Cory Drive Apt D, Clarksville, who is charged with aggravated assault with a bond of $100,000, and Marvel Robinson,  a black male, 17 ( 11/17/90, of 2630 Del Ray Drive, Clarksville, who is charged with criminal responsibility for conduct of another with a bond of $100,000.

On November 13, around 6:25 p.m., officers responded to a stabbing call at Pin Oak Apartments on Pin Oak Drive.

Marvel Robinson

Officers arrived and found that the victim, Baron Bell, a black male, 20 years old, of Clarksville, had been stabbed.

Detective Reyes responded to the scene and his investigation developed Amos and Robinson as suspects in the stabbing. His investigation also revealed the stabbing may have resulted from an encounter which occurred about a week ago after a RAP battle.  Robinson is believed to have knocked on the victim’s door and ask him to come outside to fight an unidentified male in an effort to lure the victim outside of the residence.

Detective Reyes investigation also showed that Amos is believed to have been directly responsible for the stabbing of the victim.  Amos hid until the victim was lured outside and then walked up behind the victim and stabbed him in the back.

The victim, Baron Bell, was transported to Gateway Hospital and then LifeFlighted to Vanderbilt for treatment of his injuries.  He had surgery and is recovering at this time.  Robinson and Amos were later located and taken into custody and booked into Montgomery County Jail.



  1. A sad, sad event. With the triumph of President-elect Obama still fresh in our minds, these two young Black men have taken steps that will involve them in the judicial system for some considerable time to come.

    Our young people, of all ethnicities, must be aware that their actions have consequences and they owe it to themselves and their community to make good and wise choices. This action was neither.

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