‘Random’ shootings are not the same as getting shot by a stranger

Author: Shannon Smith Published: 11:58 PM EDT April 17, 2019 Updated: 11:58 PM EDT April 17, 2019 KNOXVILLE, Tennessee — Random shootings are not common, but crimes committed by strangers can be. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, 50.5% of victims of firearm violence do not know their offender.

LEIC’s Chris Jones discusses how to respond and prepare for an active shooter

East Tennessee officials are still investigating what they call a “random” shooting at the Tanger Outlets in Sevierville.  The attack on April 16, 2019 killed a Pennsylvania woman and injured a man from Massachusetts, both visitors to our state. Click HERE to view the video interview.