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Suspect in killing of 49ers QB C.J. Beathard’s brother arrested

Dec 25, 2019 at 8:47 PM--


The Metro Nashville Police Department have arrested the suspect accused of fatally stabbing Clayton Beathard, the 22-year-old younger brother of San Francisco 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard, and Paul Trapeni III, 21. Michael D. Mosley, 23, was booked on two counts of criminal homicide and one count of attempted criminal homicide, according to the police department's Twitter account, after stabbing three men on Saturday morning outside of a Nashville bar.

The third victim, a 21-year-old male, was treated and released.


Mosley surrendered himself and was apprehended at a vacant home in Cheatham County after being surrounded by law enforcement, according to the Twitter account.

C.J. Beathard left the 49ers on Saturday to be with his family and is not expected to return this week.

"They're working through a lot of stuff, obviously," head coach Kyle Shanahan told reporters on Tuesday. "C.J., I told him definitely — he didn't ask — but I told him to make sure he doesn't come back this week. He's going to be out there with his family and stuff, especially with Christmas up this week. Whenever he's ready is the time he should come back; whenever that is."

Shanahan went on to say that the Beathard family was focused on finding the suspect.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced on Monday that an arrest warrant had been issued for Mosley and that he was considered "armed and dangerous." The reward for information leading to Mosley's arrest increased to $42,500 on Wednesday.

"The investigation shows that Mosley made unwanted advancements toward a woman inside the bar, who was a friend of the victims," announced the Midtown Hills Precinct in Nashville. "That led to a verbal dispute and then a physical fight once the parties made it outside. The investigation shows that Mosley was armed with a sharp object during the fight, which was used to stab the two victims."

Mosley was free on a $5,000 bond for attacking a 37-year-old woman last year at a Walmart store in Nashville, Tennessee. He also has a lengthy criminal history before these latest incidents.

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