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Two charged with murder of man along I-240 in possible road rage incident

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Two men have been charged with shooting and killing a man along I-240 East Monday night.

Tarrance Dixon & Robert Chaney

Tarrance Dixon & Robert Chaney

Tarrance Dixon, 21, and Robert Chaney, 21, were both charged with second-degree murder in what may be a road rage incident.

A third person was released.

A school resource officer was on his way home heading eastbound when he was flagged down on I-240 East near the off-ramp to I- 40 East.

The man told the officer he had been shot by someone in a white Ford Explorer.

After the incident, officers were called to Maria and Macon.

Police tell WREG someone followed the shooter's car and led police there.

The victim was rushed to the Regional Medical Center in critical condition where he later died.

Police identified the victim as Reginald Burke Jr., 22.

If police confirm this is a road rage incident, it will the fourth since the beginning of the year with the last one happening on March 7.

On that day, a man was shot as he was getting off I-40 at Warford.

On March 4, a woman was at I-240 near Airways when shots were fired by another driver.

On January 29, a similar incident happened at the Sam Cooper exit on I-40.

No arrests have been made in any of these cases.