NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Metro Police reward a North Nashville pastor for stopping a person who pulled out a gun whereas in church on Sunday morning.
Police stated 26-year-old Dezire Baganda was sitting on the Nashville Gentle Mission Pentecostal Church on Trinity Lane. When police stated Baganda, with a firearm in hand, walked as much as the altar the place a number of parishioners and the pastor have been praying.
Baganda was waving the gun round when, in keeping with police, he advised everybody to rise up and “pointed the handgun on the congregation.” That is when police stated the pastor “rapidly tackled Baganda” earlier than he was in a position to fireplace his weapon.
Lots of the church members assisted the pastor as they labored to disarm Baganda and maintain him to the bottom till the arrival of the police.
Baganda was not a church member, however the pastor advised police that he attended earlier providers.
Police have charged Baganda with 15 counts of felony aggravated assault. Police added that a number of counts are anticipated to be added on the first of the week.
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