published Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Chattanooga man arrested in shooting death of 19-year-old

A 30-year-old Chattanooga man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death last night of a 19-year-old.

Lathe Corbin was taken into custody just after 10 a.m. today after he turned himself in, said Chattanooga police spokeswoman Sgt. Jerri Weary said.

Corbin has been charged with criminal homicide, aggravated assault, and reckless endangerment, she said.

Aundre Bush was killed after being shot in the head Monday evening in the 1900 block of Southern Street near the Harriet Tubman public housing development, police said.

It appears the shooting was the result of a dispute between some teenage girls, Weary said.

Witnesses told police that a large fight was taking place between two largely female groups when a black male started shooting in the crowd, Weary said.

Bush was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead, Weary said.

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Mrthatguy said...

oh well

September 13, 2011 at 3:09 p.m.
twharr said...

senseless...absolutely senseless.

September 13, 2011 at 3:44 p.m.
adolphochs said...

20 homocides to date. Most black on black. Where's the outrage from the "community"?

September 13, 2011 at 4:34 p.m.
BravesDave said...

A canker sore on society ... That's what Mr. Gangsta' Dreadlocks is. Hopefully I will be gone when this thug takes his next breath as a free "man." How many must die? Doesn't anyone see the link between the rap "music" and this out-of-control lifestyle? Do you SERIOUSLY still blame others?

September 13, 2011 at 6:18 p.m.
macropetala8 said...

Doesn't anyone see the link between the rap "music" and this out-of-control lifestyle?

And what was the excuse before rap music? You can link any situation to anything. That doesn't make it true, however.

September 13, 2011 at 10:43 p.m.
nikia87 said...

this comment is not about this case its about the comments that some people are leaving..people are always quick to blame this blame that. its not the music killing people it people killing people and some people say its black on black crime but what about the crime that isnt black on black?? noone wants to speak on that huh..why? because everyone is always tryin to point the finger at this and that person and put lables on people!!! the community reaches out but common sice tells u you can NEVER stop violence..gang , domestic, etc. 20 homicides is a very high number of deaths and it is very sad but instead of coming on here putting stuff like "o-well" is just petty!! a young man lost his life and thats what you choose to say about it?!? thats awful to even feel that heartless about a situation even if u have no clue who the victim is!! so what if a person dont live life like you.. they are still human ..stop blaming music stop blaming race stop blaming the community because at the end of the day its the person who is responsible for the situation that you should blame! you can raise your kids to be the smartest responsible people but that doesnt mean that they arent capable of doing any wrong :( the only 2 people i agree with on here is -macropetala8- and -twharr - RIP aundre bush my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends

September 14, 2011 at 11:40 a.m.
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