Body Found On Glenwood Drive Identified As Darius Hinton; Had Been Shot Multiple Times

Friday, April 11, 2014

Darius Hinton, 25, has been identified as the victim found Friday morning on Glenwood Drive.

At approximately 8:14 a.m., Chattanooga Police were called to 1101 Glenwood Drive for a body found.  A neighbor stated to officers that they were walking along the road and observed a body down the embankment. 

Hinton suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the chest. He was arrested in September, 2012 for aggravated assault.

The investigation is ongoing and more information will be released when available. 

Anyone with information regarding this crime is asked to contact the Chattanooga Police Department at 423-698-2525 or Crime Stoppers at 423-698-3333.


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