Innocent bystander hit by ricochet bullet in Highway 58 shooting

Incident marks 11th shooting in Chattanooga in six days

Chattanooga Police Department officer McCoy leads a suspect in custody to a patrol car after his arrest on Swann Road near Highway 58 on Thursday, Apr. 21, 2016, in Chattanooga, Tenn.
photo Chattanooga Police Department officers place evidence markers in the parking lot of Captain D's near Highway 58 on Thursday, Apr. 21, 2016, in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Police detained two "persons of interest" Thursday after a shooting in front of a Captain D's on Highway 58 injured a bystander in a Food City parking lot across the busy roadway. The incident marked the 11th shooting in Chattanooga in six days.

Tracy Arnold, an assistant chief in the Chattanooga Police Department, said the victim, described as a middle-aged male, suffered a superficial graze wound on his back when a bullet ricocheted.

He said two people were detained shortly after the shooting at a home less than 2 miles from the scene in the 4800 block of Swan Road, but it is unclear whether they were shooters, victims or both.

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