Tenn. house manager accused of killing tenant with machete over parking dispute 06/23/2022 11:35 am PDT Comments Shelby County SHELBY COUNTY, Tenn. (TCD) -- A 53-year-old house manager was recently indicted after allegedly killing a tenant following a parking dispute. According to a news release from the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office, on the night of Sept. 17, 2021, Leaford Anderson got into an argument with his new tenant, 52-year-old Edward Brooks, in the 1700 block of Marjorie Street over Brooks "parking on the grass in front of the rooming house." At approximately 1:30 a.m., the dispute reportedly erupted a second time and became physical. Anderson allegedly struck Brooks with a machete several times in the head, face, forearm, and calf. Officers responded to the home and found Brooks unresponsive in the hallway, according to the District Attorney’s Office. He was reportedly pronounced dead at the scene. On Tuesday, June 21, the District Attorney’s Office said Anderson was officially indicted on one count of second-degree murder. He remains held in the Shelby County Jail without bond, records show. MORE: Rooming House Manager Indicted In Fatal Machete Attack On Tenant - Shelby County District Attorney’s OfficeShelby County Jail Records #Instagram #Memphis #Tennessee Related Stories Kansas City landlord accused of stabbing tenant to death over heating complaint N.Y. man indicted for 'near-decapitation' of mother who died in machete attack Former pastor pleads guilty to running over wife, attacking her with a machete in front of grandchildren N.J. man allegedly kills 1 with machete, strangles another in N.H. hotel California man arrested for having machete and bayonet near DNC headquarters Florida man accused of swinging machete toward employees after being told the bathroom was closed Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.