*Note – We are assuming that the employee was in a camera car. This may not be the case.
(Fox13) MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis police have arrested a man accused in two separate shootings this year.
According to an affidavit, a man was driving his company vehicle April 24 through a residential area at Winter Park and Castle Heights.
He was looking for a vehicle in the area that was supposed to be repossessed.
He said he saw a grey Infiniti parked in the 4300 block of Castle Heights, then a man got into the vehicle and started to follow him, records show.
He stopped and let the Infiniti go around him, then it turned around and came back toward him.
According to the affidavit, the man in the vehicle pointed a handgun at him and fired several shots before speeding away toward Shelby Drive.
Neither the victim nor his work vehicle was hit.
That same night, a man and a woman who live on Winter Park told police they heard gunshots outside their home.
They found two bullet holes in the house.
One bullet was found in the master bedroom and shell casings 100 yards north of the home, records show.
During an investigation, Jamie Hill, 27, was identified as a suspect. He is reportedly the nephew of the homeowner.
On April 29, Hill was identified in a photo lineup, records show.
He is charged with Attempted First-Degree Murder, two counts of Reckless Endangerment and Employment of a Firearm w/i to Commit a Felony.