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SCSO: Two arrested, victim in stable condition after shooting on Goose Gap Road

William Nails was charged with attempted first-degree murder and Timothy Galvin was charged with accessory to attempted first-degree murder, according to police.

SEVIER COUNTY, Tenn. — A man is in stable condition after a shooting on Goose Gap Road on Tuesday, May 9, according to the Sevier County Sheriff's Office. 

SCSO responded to a 911 call in the 2400 block of Goose Gap Road regarding an injured person lying on the road. According to SCSO, when deputies arrived on the scene, they found Brandon Fernandez, 29, suffering from a gunshot wound to the thigh. 

A deputy worked to stop the bleeding, SCSO said. Fernandez was taken to UT Medical Center where he was admitted for surgery. According to officials, Fernandez is in stable condition at this time. 

Soon after, Sevier County deputies and detectives started an investigation that led them to a business in Pigeon Forge, where at the time, 29-year-old William Nails, was taken into custody on unrelated charges, SCSO said. 

Later that evening, deputies took a second person, 26-year-old Timothy Galvin, into custody at a Pigeon Forge home. 

According to SCSO, detectives arrested and charged Nails with attempted first-degree murder and Galvin with accessory to attempted first-degree murder. 

Both men are in custody at the Sevier County Jail awaiting arraignment in General Sessions Court., SCSO said. 

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