KPD Arrest and Charge a Knoxville Man with Attempted Second Degree Murder for Road Rage Incident

Knoxville Police arrest and charge a man on two counts of attempted second-degree murder.

33-year-old Clifton Hall of Knoxville was arrested at 7300 Smoky Falls Way. Hall is wanted from an incident that occurred on March 29. The incident began on Alcoa Highway when a victim and witness say Hall started to follow them and attempt to run them off the road. Hall continued to aggressively chase them until they reached the area of Fourth Avenue and Gillespie Avenue, where Hall allegedly fired several rounds at them and the victim was struck in the right shoulder.

Hall reportedly continued to chase them to the 2700 block of Copeland Avenue, where he allegedly fired several more rounds that struck the victim’s car and house before leaving the scene.

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