Man, 44, Stabbed To Death On East Main Street

Friday, August 16, 2019
Chattanooga Police said a 44-year-old man died after being stabbed in the 1200 block of East Main Street around midnight Thursday.
 
Upon arrival, officers located a man suffering from a stab wound. Hamilton County EMS responded and transported the victim to a local hospital.
 
Officers secured the scene and called for the Violent Crimes Bureau to respond. Investigators were notified that the victim had succumbed to his injuries.
 
Chattanooga Police ask anyone with information regarding this incident to call the homicide tip line at 423-643-5100 or submit a tip via the CPD Mobile App. You can remain anonymous.

The local is near Holtzclaw Avenue.



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