JCPD: Guy shot outdoors Johnson Town Lowe’s in ‘stable’ issue, suspect identified | WJHL

JOHNSON Town, Tenn. (WJHL) — Johnson Town police have introduced new details in a capturing that transpired in the parking whole lot of Lowe’s Dwelling Enhancement Tuesday.

According to a launch from the Johnson Metropolis Law enforcement Office, officers have been named to the scene outdoors the shop on Market Boulevard all over 4:40 p.m.

The launch states when officers arrived, they identified a person with a gunshot wound to his leg. A gentleman matching the description of the suspect was identified nearby.

JCPD determined the suspect as Timothy Delaney, 24, of Elizabethton.

According to the release, Delaney “surrendered a handgun when he was encountered by officers.”

Law enforcement report that Delaney and the male shot had been involved in a verbal argument and were being acquainted with a single one more.

A law enforcement lieutenant on the scene Tuesday informed News Channel 11 that the argument commenced in front of the store prior to making its way into the parking whole lot.

The release states throughout the argument, Delaney pulled out the gun and shot the sufferer in the leg.

JCPD studies the sufferer was transported to the Johnson Town Medical Center. Law enforcement reported his problem was upgraded to “stable” Wednesday afternoon.

Delaney was billed with aggravated assault and transported to the Washington County Detention Center. He was positioned on a $25,000 bond.

Delaney is scheduled to surface in court docket on Wednesday, May possibly 26.