A Tennessee Army National Guard soldier who had recently returned home from a deployment was found earlier this month tied up and shot dead — reportedly with few clues to guide investigators toward whoever killed the father of two.
The memorial service for beloved Shelby Golf Course employee George Carpenter will feature a 21-gun military salute. Carpenter, a 71-year-old Army veteran, was shot and killed as he was walking to his truck after work at the Shelby Golf Course on Sept. 15. RELATED STORY:’Senseless murder:’ All motives open in killing of 71-year-old veteran at golf club. Metro detectives consider all motives open since Carpenter’s wallet was left intact and his truck undisturbed.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. –A Tennessee Army Major killed in a Black Hawk crash is being honored by Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Veterans Services on Friday. 33-year-old Major Trevor Joseph of Collierville was killed on September 26 while attempting to recover a soldier from training ranges at Fort Polk in Louisiana. Three other soldiers were injured in the crash, which is still under investigation.