published Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

Chattanooga police: Person shot to death in road rage

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    Police are on the scene of a shooting in Chattanooga, which the Chattanooga Police Department has confirmed as a case of road rage.
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Norman Gallman, 39, was killed this morning at the intersection of Moore Road and North Terrace Road, after an apparent road rage incident.

Police reportedly found Gallman in his silver Honda CR-V around 9 a.m. at the intersection of Moore Road and North Terrace Road. Gallman was transported to an area hospital and died as the result of at least one gunshot wound.

Following eywitness testimonies, police tracked a suspect — reportedly driving a gold sedan — to 706 South Lovell Avenue in East Ridge. Richard Manning, 62, who lives at that address, was taken into custody and charged with criminal homicide and aggravated assault.

Manning's home is a half-mile from the shooting scene.

Jefferson said around noon today there was a female passenger in Gallman's vehicle at the time of the shooting. She was uninjured but taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure.

Jefferson said the investigation is ongoing.

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about Alex Green...

Alex joined the Times Free Press staff full-time in January 2014 as a region business reporter. He is a native of Dayton, Tenn., located 35 miles north of Chattanooga, and he is a fifth-generation Dayton native. Alex came to the Times Free Press as an editorial intern in July 2013. He was previously a correspondent at The Herald-News, located in Dayton, through college and editor-in-chief of the Triangle, Bryan College's student-led media group. Alex was ...

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