MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - A Memphis man is facing multiple charges of attempted murder and assault for a string of self-confessed crimes.
23-year-old Charles Talley was arrested on Monday, August 13, and charged with eight counts of Aggravated Assault and four counts of Attempted First Degree Murder.
Talley is accused of shooting at his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend on July 31, and shooting again at the boyfriend and another victim on August 12. None of the victims were injured in the shootings.
When Memphis police located Talley, he fought with officers and threatened to kill all of them and any witnesses to his prior shootings as soon as he was released from jail. Police noted in an affidavit that Talley also admitted to killing several people, including a security guard at the Southland Mall.
A search of Talley and his vehicle uncovered marijuana, a large amount of cash, a revolver and several rounds of ammunition, a flat screen TV and an X-Box.
Charles Talley is being held at the Shelby County on a $1.5 million bond. Additional charges could be filed as the investigation continues.