Man dead after Binghampton shooting

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A community is on edge as police search for answers in a deadly shooting in Binghampton.

Darrin Isom told WREG he woke up to gunshots near his Faxon Avenue home early Sunday morning.

"Woke me up, scared me out of my sleep."

When officers arrived on the scene, they discovered an unidentified man suffering from a gunshot wound.

He was rushed to the Regional Medical Center in critical condition and later died from his injuries.

Stan Gardner lives two doors down from the home where the shots rang out.

He said he walks along that very sidewalk each day, and it pains him to think someone died along his daily trail.

"We gotta do something, there's too much killing going on."

Witnesses told police that the suspect was possibly driving a blue Chevrolet Tahoe.

Police do not have anyone in custody at this time.

Memphis police are asking that anyone with any information pertaining to this shooting call Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-CASH.