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Amanda Kristine Windham killed in Roane County shooting

Rocky King, Kelsey Wilson’s father, was also injured in the shooting but has since been released from the hospital.

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The Roane County Sheriff’s Office has identified all three individuals who were victimized in a shooting that occurred on March 30 near Harriman, which resulted in the death of a woman.

Detective Scalf of RCSO revealed that the shooting was the result of a prolonged domestic dispute within the family, which is currently under investigation by the sheriff’s office and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Detective Scalf from RCSO disclosed the identities of the victims on Tuesday. Amanda Kristine Windham was identified as the deceased victim in the shooting.

Kelsey Blayke Wilson, who is the wife of the suspect, Brian Wilson, was injured in the shooting and is still receiving medical attention at a hospital.

Rocky King, Kelsey Wilson’s father, was also injured in the shooting but has since been released from the hospital.

According to District Attorney Russell Johnson, Brian Wilson was initially named as a suspect in the shooting and was subsequently shot by law enforcement and arrested.

The shooting was reported near the Midtown Auto Body on Roane State Highway in Harriman, prompting a response from law enforcement on Thursday, March 30.

According to investigators present at the location, the suspect Brian Wilson entered the building and shot one of the women before searching for the second woman.

It was then reported that an altercation took place between Brian Wilson and his father-in-law, King, before King was also shot.

Following this, when law enforcement arrived at the site, they established a perimeter to confine Brian Wilson. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation stated that the suspect turned in an aggressive manner towards a trooper and raised his firearm, prompting the trooper to shoot at him with his service weapon.


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