Chattanooga Police arrest second suspect in 2017 chemical attack at CARTA station
Chattanooga Police have arrested a second suspect in connection with the September, 2017 chemical attack at a CARTA parking lot.
Police say a woman had just gotten out of her car at the CARTA building when a woman threw a burning substance on her face, then ran away. The woman was injured, and several other nearby exposed employees had to go to the hospital to be checked out.
Almost a year later, in August, 2018, police arrested 30-year-old Maja Madesha Garcia-Thompson and charged her with aggravated assault and reckless endangerment. She is still awaiting trial.
Now, almost two years after the incident, Chattanooga Police announce a second arrest in the case.
Police arrested 52-year-old Vincent Dewayne Nash on Friday.
An affidavit obtained by NewsChannel 9 says Nash "coordinated and facilitated" the attack. The affidavit says he was the getaway driver after the attack, and says surveillance video taken a few days before the attack show him driving Garcia-Thompson around.
Nash is now in custody in the Hamilton County Jail.
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