NASHVILLE – An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Shelbyville Police Department has resulted in three individuals being arrested on charges of especially aggravated burglary for their actions on the night a Bedford County woman was shot to death.
At the request of 17th District Attorney General Rob Carter, TBI Special Agents, working alongside detectives with the Shelbyville Police Department, began investigating the September 14th homicide of 45-year-old Angela Kibble. The victim was found deceased in her residence at 800 Belmont Avenue in Shelbyville by a neighbor. During the course of the investigation, Special Agents developed information that Chase Gross, Raheem Maxwell and a male juvenile had entered the victim’s home and were present at the time of Kibble’s death.
On Tuesday, TBI Special Agents arrested and charged 24-year old Gross (below left), 19-year-old Maxwell (right), and the juvenile with Especially Aggravated Burglary. The juvenile was taken to a juvenile detention facility in Bedford County. Gross and Maxwell were booked into the Bedford County Jail. The bond for each was set at $500,000.