GUNS GALORE: Hundreds more illegal firearms seized on streets of Chattanooga

photo Trentyn Murrell, a sales associate at Shooter's Depot, holds a Glock 9mm semi-automatic handgun inside the store. According to recent data, 9mm pistols are the most common handgun confiscated by Tennessee police departments.

GUNS SEIZED BY CHATTANOOGA POLICE2014, as of July 31: 4022013: 6972012: 609Source: Chattanooga Police DepartmentRECOVERED FIREARMS TRACED TO CHATTANOOGAThese firearms were recovered by law enforcement agencies all over the country and traced back to Chattanooga.2013: 7742012: 6982011: 6052010: 5522009: 631SOURCE: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

Thirteen-year-old Deontrey Southers was Chattanooga's first shooting victim in 2014.

He was shot once in the chest while standing in the doorway of his home and died on Jan. 21.

During the first seven months of the year, Chattanoogans shot at each other 67 times.