UPDATE: Police provide new details in Sunday's deadly grocery store shooting
Police identified the man killed in Sunday's deadly shooting in front of the Nine Brothers grocery store as 19-year-old D'Kobe Jordan, and say a concealed carry permit holder "intervened in an attempt to protect the life" of a man Jordan was threatening.
Chattanooga Police say they found Jordan's body in the parking lot. Witnesses told officers Jordan was armed with a handgun and using it to threaten another man in the parking lot.
A police release continues, "It was also determined through investigation that a gun carry permit holder saw the threatening behavior and intervened in an attempt to protect the life of the male being threatened." It's still not exactly clear who pulled the trigger, how many shots were fired, or if there will be any charges filed in the case. NewsChannel 9 continues to dig deeper into this story for more details.
Members of the Violent Crimes Bureau are actively investigating this incident.
If you know anything about it, contact Chattanooga Police at 423-698-2525.
Chattanooga Police say one man is dead after being shot near the Nine Brothers grocery store in Chattanooga.
Our reporter James Torrez was on the scene.
He captured images of the man's family and friends waiting for information from officers.
The investigation has closed two parts of E 38th.
One on Central Avenue and the other on Dorris Street.
We talked to the man's mother just moments after the shooting.
She told James Torrez her son was a hard working, young kid who was "not a statistic."
Police ask anyone with information to call their homicide hotline at 423-643-5100. You are able to remain anonymous.
Depend on us to update this developing story.