MEMPHIS – Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, working alongside the Tipton County Sheriff’s Department and the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department, have arrested and charged a man in connection to the ongoing investigation into a double homicide in Drummonds over the weekend.

At the request of 25th District Attorney General Mike Dunavant, TBI Special Agents joined the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office in investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery Saturday of two individuals found deceased at their home at 3144 Glen Springs Road in Drummonds. The victims have been identified as Robert Michael Bailey (DOB 11-16-49) and his daughter, Tammie Janette Bailey (DOB 10-9-74).

During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information that led to Jason Holland (DOB 3-31-80) as an individual who played a part in the crime. Today, an Agent charged him with two counts of Criminal Responsibility for Premeditated First Degree Murder, two counts of Criminal Responsibility for Felony Murder in the Perpetration of Robbery, one count of Criminal Responsibility for Aggravated Arson, one count of Tampering with Evidence, and one count of Filing a False Report. At the time of this release, Holland was in the custody of the Tipton County Jail.

The investigation into this crime continues. Anyone with information that may assist the investigation should call the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND, the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at 901-475-3300, Central Dispatch after hours at 901-475-4300, phone in tips at 901-475-3307, email tips to or Facebook Sheriff J.T. “Pancho” Chumley.  Anonymous tips can be submitted to the Tipton County tip411 app or by texting “Tipton” to 847411.

Jason Holland