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An Oak Ridge man has been charged in the shooting that left two people seriously injured in the Scarboro neighborhood on Friday, authorities said.
Tyler Earl Gulley, 22, of Hampton Road, has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault in the alleged shooting. He is accused of shooting Daniel Rose in the left foot. Also wounded in the shooting was Josie Wisman, who was hit in the abdomen, according to an arrest warrant filed in Anderson County General Sessions Court.
Officers found one handgun at the scene, the Oak Ridge Police Department said in a press release Tuesday.
They searched the area and executed a search warrant at 101 Hampton Road, where two firearms were recovered, a Glock 26 9mm and a Glock 22 40-caliber, authorities said.
The ORPD arrested Gulley that evening for the shooting that morning, the ORPD said. Gulley was located at his home on Hampton Road and detained without incident, said the arrest warrant, filed by Oak Ridge Police Department Detective William Weaver.
A second man, Sedrick D. Davis, 26, of Tuskegee Drive, was arrested Saturday near an unrelated domestic disturbance near his home. Police said Davis was charged with two counts of aggravated assault from the Friday, November 13, shooting and reckless endangerment from the domestic disturbance on Saturday, November 14. Davis reportedly brandished a handgun during the Saturday morning incident, the ORPD said.
“Two weapons were recovered as evidence at the scene by ORPD during this investigation,” the press release said.
Gulley told police he was walking up Fisk Avenue on Friday, and Wisman and Rose pulled up in a 2002 Chevrolet Impala.
“Both Gulley and Rose exchanged words, and Gulley and Rose exchanged gunfire,” Weaver wrote in the warrant. “Both Wisman and Rose were struck one time each by a handgun bullet.”
One of the victims was transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville by a Lifestar medical helicopter, and another was transported to the hospital by an ambulance.
The shooting occurred at about 11:57 a.m. Friday near the intersection of South Dillard and South Fisk avenues, the Oak Ridge Police Department said in a press release last week.
Rose and Wisman left the scene in a vehicle and traveled to a nearby fire station, Oak Ridge Central Fire Station on Tuskegee Drive, where they summoned a passing police officer, ORPD K-9 Officer John Thomas.
Police searched Gulley’s home on Hampton Road and found the two handguns, the warrant said.
The ORPD said both investigations are ongoing, and more arrests could be pending. The Police Department doesn’t plan to release any more information at this time.
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