Man accused of shooting at Bradley County landfill surrenders

Mark Treuchet

The man who fatally shot a fugitive at the Bradley County landfill in September has been indicted on a charge of first-degree murder.

Mark Treuchet, 54, turned himself in to a special agent from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and was booked into the Bradley County Jail, according to a TBI news release. He is being held without bond.

The Bradley County grand jury on Wednesday indicted Treuchet for his role in the shooting death of 24-year-old Jeremy Headley, who fled from police in the hours before his death.

Headley and Daniel Warren, 32, led law enforcement on a three-county vehicle chase that day before a Hamilton County Sheriff's Office patrol unit stopped them and arrested Warren.

Headley fled and was later shot by Treuchet at the landfill at 282 Natures Trail, west of Cleveland.