By Steve Neavling
Toy Fuson, a former FBI agent who saved the lives of several officers during a tense bank robbery, has died.
Fuson was 91.
WKRN reports that Fuson, who made headlines when he helped end a shootout and chase at a Bank of America in Tennessee, suffered a stroke.
Fuson headed the Nashville branch of the FBI.
He’s also known for leading a 1978 investigation that ended in the arrest of former Gov. Ray Blanton over a pardons-for-profit scandal.