Authorities have captured Rodrecus Smith, a suspect in an October 2013 Nashville murder case who was the latest addition to the TBI's Ten Most Wanted.
He was found hiding in a closet inside a Madison home on Cheyenne Boulevard during the early morning hours today by Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents, Metro police officers and members of the U.S. Marshals task force.
Authorities located Smith from information developed from tips, according to the TBI. Smith was taken into custody without incident.
Smith, 25, is accused of murdering Mario McKnight in Edgehill on Oct. 30. Detectives believe Smith shot McKnight in the back of a dry cleaning van near the corner of 12th Avenue South and Argyle Avenue.
Police believe McKnight, 35, and the van's driver were trying to flee a street robbery related to a nearby dice game. Smith is also charged with robbery in the case.
Other charges include felony probation violation, domestic assault, vandalism and failure to appear in court on a prior arrest for gun possession by a convicted felon, drug possession and resisting police.
The probation violation stems from Smith's convictions in 2012 on two counts of aggravated assault, one count of reckless endangerment and one count of vehicle theft. He received three six-year sentences and one two-year sentence, most of which were probated.
His capture came less than two days after Smith was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's list of the state's most wanted suspects.
Martez Parham, 22, was arrested in April and charged with being an accessory after McKnight's murder.
Smith has been booked into the Davidson County Jail without bond.