February 6 , 2007
This week Nashville Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $1000 cash for clues called in to 74-CRIME that help solve the murder of Nakia Baker on Nolensville Road in south Nashville.
On Sunday, January 7, 2007 at about five thirty in the morning, the body of thirty-one year old Nakia Baker was found lying on the ground, next to his car, in the parking lot of Club Adventura & Billiards at 3312-B Nolensville Road. This club is an after hours club that is frequented by men who dress in women's clothing. At the time Mr. Baker was found he was dressed as a woman. Police do not know if that is the reason why he was killed or if it contributed to his death. Witnesses told officers that Mr. Baker had been socializing inside the club until he left to walk to his car.
Mr. Baker's car was a blue Oldsmobile Intrigue that had body damage to the front of the car. It had a black light hooked up to illuminate the passenger compartment. Detectives would like anyone who may have seen Nakia Baker talking to someone by his car to call Crime Stoppers and share what they saw.
Mr. Baker was a resident of Murfreesboro, Tennessee but came to Nashville frequently to socialize and visit with his friends.
If you have information which might help Metro Police solve the murder of Nakis Baker in the parking lot of club Adventura & Billiards on Nolensville Road in south Nashville, call Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME. If the arrest results in the arrest and prosecution, you could be eligible for a cash reward of $1000.
Crime stoppers will also pay up to $1000 for clues called in to 74-CRIME on any other major crime, wanted person, stolen property or drugs. Callers remain anonymous , they will only be known by the code number they are issued.
ANYTIME YOU HAVE INFORMATION ON ANY CRIME, CALL 74-CRIME (742-7463)http://www.police.nashville.org/get_involved/crime_stoppers/cotw.htm