Note: This story was updated at 9:54 a.m.
A Powell man has been charged with attempted second-degree murder and aggravated assault in the shooting of his brother on Johnson Gap Road on Feb. 1, authorities said.
Jamie Lynn Lowe, 30, of Powell, was arrested Tuesday at a home on Mehaffey Road in Claxton on a fugitive from justice warrant for a parole violation in Michigan, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department said in a Thursday morning press release. Warrants for the new charges were served at the Anderson County Detention Facility in Clinton on Wednesday.
Lowe’s brother,Â Jeffery Allen Lowe, 28, wasÂ flown to theÂ University of Tennessee Medical CenterÂ with a potentially life-threatening wound after the Feb. 1 shooting at their mother’s home on Johnson Gap Road near Clinton, authorities said.
Jamie Lynn Lowe’s bond has been set at $150,000 for the new charges. But he is being held without bond on the fugitive from justice warrant, which was issued when Anderson County investigators contacted Tennessee and Michigan parole authorities after the shooting, Anderson County Sheriff Paul White said in the press release.
Lowe was on parole for a Michigan methamphetamine conviction in 2008, authorities said.
Investigators said they are not releasing the motive in the case because the investigation is ongoing.
The shooting occurred at about 10:42 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1, at 154 Johnson Gap Road, andÂ Jeffery Allen Lowe was flown to the UT hospital by a Lifestar helicopter. Johnson Gap Road is northwest of Clinton off Sulphur Springs Road.