Shooting in Grand Junction family’s front yard
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HARDEMAN CO., Tenn—A West Tennessee family has more questions than answers after a shooting in their front yard Friday afternoon. Hardeman County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the shooting in the 200 block of Rawls Road in Grand Junction. Mae Hoyle has lived in her home on Rawls Road for the past 34 years. “I just got a call and they said it was a shooting they said it was at my house so I was in Memphis so I came home ,” Mrs. Hoyle said. Luther Hoyle, her husband, said he cannot remember the last time he saw this kind of violence in the neighborhood. “No, not around here. That’s the first shooting we have had around here in years,” Mr. Hoyle said. “There used to be a lot of guys but since they grew up they’re not around here anymore,” Mrs. Hoyle said. The owners of the house said the police found a trail of blood when they arrived on the scene at the edge of their driveway, however the Hoyle’s said they have posted ‘No Trespassing’ signs before that have been torn down. “He told us there was supposed to be a sign up there was a sign up though,” Mr. Hoyle said. “He told me that I didn’t have a no trespassing sign and said nothing could be done,” Mrs. Hoyle said. Officials said the shooter was in a blue Maxima or Lincoln and was last seen heading east on Highway 57. Investigators said there was no victim on the scene when they arrived and are unsure of any injuries.