Shots fired at repo men in Hickory Hill

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Man shot at club, police looking for gunman

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Hickory Hill man now admits to shooting at men repossessing his car.

Narzarius Jackson is charged with two counts of aggravated assault and procession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

According to police records, two drivers with JRC Recovery went to the Hickory Hill home around 10:30 Thursday night to get Jackson’s 12-year-old truck.

They loaded the truck onto the wrecker and drove off, when Jackson came out of the house and fired a shot at them.

When police got to the home on Fallen Hollow Cove, they found a spent shell casing on the ground, so they went into the house and found Jackson.

They also found the gun used to shoot that bullet hidden under a bed.

The home is owned by Jackson’s disabled mother.

We spoke to this neighbor who says this is shocking for her quiet family neighborhood in Hickory Hill.

“Really everyone is just hard-working. It’s a hard-working neighborhood but that is unsettling because in this neighborhood we’ve never had anything like that happen,” said the neighbor, who didn’t want to be identified.

The neighbor says there are always a lot of children at the house, and she hates to see something like that happen just across the street.


  • dada

    Quiet hood in Hickory Hill? You gotta be kidding? Another con with ripped off car and a firearm? Only under AC’s watch!! LOL

  • AP

    It’s interesting to note how Mayor AC Wharton was a popular mayor as the Mayor of Shelby County. He becomes the mayor of Memphis and seems as if he has been a target on constant assaults by the people who pay him. After all, he’s not responsible for people shooting one another. People must decide to make the right choices. In addition, this article is about an individual who made a mistake and from reading the article did not deny making the mistake. At anytime, crime can happen in the best of neighborhoods.

    • Just Saying, too

      Don’t be shocked…certain types of people on this board love to blame EVERYTHING on Herenton, Wharton, Detroit, Chicago, President Obama, or any other public or federal official that has certain characteristics. Pick any story you like on WREG and test the theory. It could be a story about rabbit races, it wouldn’t matter, some people simply don’t understand proper posting etiquette. I strongly disagree with the current administration, but it has nothing to do with this story.

      AND for those of you shocked by the neighbor’s assertion that her neighborhood is quiet, don’t be so shocked…there are pockets of great neighbors in every segment of the city, just as there are bad segments. AND if you live in the Arlington, Cordova, Millington, or Bartlett areas…get over yourself, HALF of your crimes are NOT being reported by the news…ask ANY officer. Some of you would vomit if you knew what your neighbors were really hiding behind those phony smiles and briefcases.

  • think about it

    this has nothing to do with mayor this is just plain ignorant this man will spend the next 10 to 20 years of his life in prison over a couple hundred dollars

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