MEMPHIS – Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, working alongside investigators from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, have obtained indictments for two men in connection to a 2017 homicide.
At the request of former 25th District Attorney General Mike Dunavant, TBI Agents began investigating the death of 20-year-old Andrew Deaundrey Curtis-Terry on May 25, 2017, shortly after authorities found his body with gunshot wounds inside a wrecked 2006 Nissan Xterra near the intersection of Highway 195 and Taylor Drive near Somerville. During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information leading to Bobby Richardson, Jr. (DOB 7-28-94) and Tordarius Quentrev Rhodes (DOB 11-30-96) as the individuals responsible for the crime.
On Monday, the Fayette County Grand Jury returned indictments, charging each man with one count of First Degree Premeditated Murder, one count of First Degree Murder, one count of Especially Aggravated Robbery, one count of Theft, one count of Conspiracy to Commit First Degree Premeditated Murder, one count of Conspiracy to Commit First Degree Murder, one count of Conspiracy to Commit Especially Aggravated Robbery, and one count of Conspiracy to Commit Theft. Today, Agents served Richardson, Jr. (LEFT BELOW) at a Tennessee Department of Correction facility, where he remains incarcerated on unrelated charges. Agents also served Rhodes (RIGHT BELOW) with his charges today at the Fayette County Jail, where he remains incarcerated on unrelated charges.