Officer Greg Mardis with the Chattanooga Police Department uses rods to mark bullet holes while using a Leica Geosystem 3D laser scanner to record data from the crime scene after responding to a person shot call near the 2000 block of Central Avenue on Monday. Broken glass and bullet holes lined the drivers side of a white Ford Bronco which collided with a Kia after the driver of the Bronco was shot in the head. According the a CPD spokesperson the victim was in critical condition as of early Monday afternoon.
Officer Greg Mardis with the Chattanooga Police Department uses rods to mark bullet holes while using a Leica Geosystem 3D laser scanner to record data from the crime scene after responding to a person shot call near the 2000 block of Central Avenue on Monday. Broken glass and bullet holes lined the drivers side of a white Ford Bronco which collided with a Kia after the driver of the Bronco was shot in the head. According the a CPD spokesperson the victim was in critical condition as of early Monday afternoon.
Photo by Dan Henry /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Monday, February 24th, 2014
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